Research and Teaching Assistant at the Chair of Berlin Byzantine Studies (on leave until 2021)
Berlin Byzantine Studies prides itself for effectively integrating the ongoing research conducted by the chair of Byzantine Studies into its students‘ regular curriculum in accordance with the Freie Universität Berlin‘s future-oriented institutional strategy. Through this research-orientated teaching, our students and the students of neighboring disciplines can be actively introduced to the questions arising from ongoing research projects in an interdisciplinary manner
Therefore, we regularly offer ‘research internships’ that undergraduate as well as masters students may attend. It is our goal to introduce our students to the methods and approaches of this future-orientated teaching as early as possible. A characteristic example of a sustainable combination of research and teaching at Berlin Byzantine Studies is the conceptualization of and successful application for the teaching project “The Digitization of Philology – Corpus Coranicum Christianum”. The project was designed by and for students and directly integrates the research into the regular teaching curriculum.
We foster this kind of interaction between researchers and students at all levels!
Manolis Ulbricht offers the following:
From Spanish into German for The Fragments of the Greek Historians. Part V (BrillOnline):
«الترجمة الأولى للقرآن الكريم من القرن ٨ / ٩ م في سجال نيكيتاس البيزنطيّ (القرن ٩ م) مع الإسلام باسم تفنيد القرآن», Chronos – Révue d’histoire de l’Université de Balamand/Lebanon, No. 25 (2012), pp. 33–58
“Coranus Graecus. The Greek Translation of the Qur’an” [in preparation]