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M.A. Stephan Hartlepp

Ägyptologisches Seminar

Researcher

Address
Freie Universität Berlin
Sonderforschungsbereich 980 "Episteme in Bewegung"
Schwendenerstraße 8
Room D03
14195 Berlin

Education

Since October 2016

PhD in Egyptology

PhD-Thesis: “Der reduzierte Transfer von Pyramidentextsprüchen“

(Advisor: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Jochem Kahl)

 

July 2016

Master’s degree in Egyptology at the Free University of Berlin

MA-Thesis: Die autobiographische(n) Inschrifte(n) von Cheti I. im Grab V von Assiut (M11.1) -Eine Neubearbeitung-

(Advisors: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Jochem Kahl and Prof. (apl.) Dr. Karl Jansen-Winkeln)

 

October 2011 – July 2016

Free University of Berlin, Master in Egyptology

 

September 2011

Bachelor’s degree in Egyptology at the University of Leipzig

BA-Thesis: Die Darstellung des Königtums anhand von literarischen und monumentalen Quellen – Vom Mittleren Reich bis zur Saitenzeit

(Advisors: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Hans-Werner Fischer-Elfert and Dr. Peter Dils)

 

October 2008 – September 2011

University of Leipzig, Bachelor in Egyptology

 

August 2008

Diplôme Universitaire: Initiation à la langue arabe at the University of Paris Sorbonne (Paris IV)

September 2007 – August 2008

University of Paris Sorbonne (Paris IV), Licence 1 Archéologie et Histoire de l’Art and Diplôme Universitaire (Initiation à la langue arabe)

March 2006 – June 2007

Institut Parisien in Paris – part-time studies - Langue et Civilisation Françaises

 

Scientific Experience

2016

Service contract at the Egyptological seminar at the Free University of Berlin

Preparation of a facsimile of the Tomb V inscriptions at Asyut (Egypt)

    

Since July 2016

Research associate at the CRC 980 „Episteme in Motion. Transfer of Knowledge from the Ancient World to the Early Modern Period“, Project A02 – Ancient Egyptian Philology

    

December 2012 – June 2016

Student assistent, DFG-Project (German Research Foundation) „The ancient Egyptian necropolis of Asyut: documentation and interpretation”    

 

August 2012 – March 2016

Student assistant in the Library of the Egyptological Seminar at the Free University of Berlin

    

June – August 2012

Internship at the Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection , Berlin

   

Participation in archaeological fieldwork in Egypt

2014 (August – October) und 2016 (September – October)

The Asyut Project: Feldarbeiten in Mittelägypten/ Fieldwork in Middle Egypt

 

Scholarship

01. – 05. October 2012

Promos-Scholarship of the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) and full accommodation by the State University of Saint Petersburg; Study trip under Prof. Dr. Verena Lepper and Dr. Natalia Makeeva (Presentation of Egyptian objects in the Eremitage and exchange about studies in Germany and Russia)

  

Organisation

2017

Co-organizer of Workshop 8 „Wieder-Erzählen / Wieder-Verwenden / Aktualisieren / Modernisieren“ within the Annual Conference of the CRC980 (29.06.-01.07.2017) „Umschreiben / Re-Writing - Materiale und epistemische Dimensionen von Retextualisierung in der Vormoderne“

 

2014

Co-organizer of the Opening Conference of AGYA (Arab-German Young Academy of Sciences and Humanities) in Berlin (20. – 24. Juni 2014 in the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities)

Summer 2017

Free University of Berlin, Modul 13709-10: Lektüre D Historische Texte (Reading course, historical texts)

Research Interests:

Ancient Egyptian Philology and Linguistics; (Auto-)Biographies of the Old Kingdom and First Intermediate Period; Transmission of Ancient Egyptian Religious Corpora; Transmission of Knowledge; Tomb Architecture of the Old Kingdom; Ancient Egyptian Ideas and Beliefs of the Afterlife

Presentations/Talks

01.07.2018

„Der königliche Totenkult im Alten Reich (2686-2160 v.Chr.): Politische und wirtschaftliche Folgen“ (Open Lectures 2018 „Die Macht der Toten: Geschichte, Politik, Literatur“ (Free University of Berlin))

 

27.10.2017

„Are Single Attested Pyramid Text Spells Indications for adjustments in Ritual Practice” (Workshop “Uniformity and Regional Diversity in Ancient Egyptian Religious Practice”, Nagoya University (Japan))

 

30.06.2017

„Wiedererzählen als Zufallsprodukt?“ (Annual conference of the CRC980)

Mentoring
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