2021– St John’s College, University of Cambridge - Research Fellow (JRF) in Classics
2021–2022 King’s College London - Lecturer in Greek and Latin literature, Department of Classics
2020–2021 University of Regensburg - Junior Fellow, DFG Centre for Advanced Studies Beyond Canon
2016–2020 St John’s College, University of Cambridge
2017–2020 PhD in Classics, Gates Cambridge Scholar
2012–2016 Humboldt University of Berlin
2016 PhD candidate in Classics (transferred to University of Cambridge)
2014–2015 Humboldt Research Track Scholar (preparing PhD project)
2014 MA in Classics (highest distinction)
2009–2012 University of Vienna, BA in Classics (highest distinction)
Grants and awards
2022 Shortlisted for the Hare Prize, University of Cambridge (outcome TBD)
2021 Research Fellowship, St John’s College, University of Cambridge
2021 Blackman Prize, St John’s College, University of Cambridge
2020 Junior Fellowship at the Centre for Advanced Studies Beyond Canon, University of Regensburg (invited by Prof. Tobias Nicklas)
2019 Visiting Scholarship at Heidelberg University, Collaborative Research Centre Materiale Textkulturen (invited by Prof. Jonas Grethlein)
2017 Gates Cambridge Scholarship
2016 German Academic Scholarship Foundation (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes): research grant for visiting studentship at University of Cambridge
2016 German Academic Scholarship Foundation: PhD scholarship
2015 Evangelisches Studienwerk Villigst: research scholarship
2014 Humboldt Research Track Scholarship (awarded annually to 5 outstanding students for the preparation of a research project)
2013 Humboldt University of Berlin: Faculty of Classics Scholarship (awarded annually to the most outstanding student of the Faculty)
Heliodorus’s Aethiopica: multidimensional narratology and ancient reading communities (monograph to be submitted for review to Cambridge Classical Studies, Cambridge University Press, in 2022).
The lives of Galaction and Episteme: converting the ancient novel in Byzantium (collaborative edition, translation, commentary, and essay collection for Bibliothèque de Byzantion, Peeters Publishers, to be submitted in 2023).
‘ Musaeus’s Hero and Leander: a “polymorphous” allegory’ (in preparation).
‘Merkelbach’s legacy: the Apocryphal Acts of Thomas, Julian’s Or. 7, and Heliodorus’s Aethiopica reconsidered’ (in preparation).
‘All the world’s a stage: motivational ambiguity from Dio Chrysostom to The Sopranos’ (in preparation).
‘Heliodorus’, Oxford Bibliographies (in preparation).
‘The Second Sophistic’, in: Yasunori Kasai (ed.), Ancient Greek and Roman Culture, Tokyo (in Japanese, forthcoming 2022).