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My research is primarily focused on studying and editing Greek Ancient and Medieval texts, in particular monastic literature such as the Apophthegmata Patrum, but also hippiatric texts. Specific interests are questions on authorship and language as well as textual fluidity, redactional changes and translation issues. I have also taken an interest in the use of digital tools for editing and linking texts in multilingual traditions. My work also includes the digital editing and encoding of mainly Greek manuscripts, and I am co-editor for three relational databases: APDB (the Apophthegmata Patrum DataBase), Monastica (a digital variant of APDB) and HIPPO – a database for pre-modern hippiatric texts.

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  • Languages and Literature
  • Religious Studies


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