Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Sprach- und literaturwissenschaftliche Fakultät - Institut für Klassische Philologie, HU Berlin

Dr. Giulia Maria Chesi

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin im Fachgebiet Gräzistik

 

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Institut für Klassische Philologie
Raum 3058
Unter den Linden 6
D-10099 Berlin
Tel.: (+49-30) 2093-70412
Fax: (+49-30) 2093-70436
Sprechzeit: siehe Übersicht
E-Mail: giuliamaria@cantab.net

 

Akademische Mitgliedschaften

  • Mitglied am Centro Studi Giorgio Colli, Università di Torino.
  • Zweitmitglied am ZtG.
  • Stimmberechtigtes Mitglied an der Geschäftsführenden Kommision (GfK) des Promotionsprogrammes "Ancient Languages and Texts" der BerGSAS.
  • Mitglied an der HU-Kommision für Studium und Lehre (KSL).

 

 

Wissenschaftliche und kulturelle Kooperationen

  • Forscherin am Internationalen und Transdiziplinären Forschungsprojekt "Technosomata" zwischen der University of Exeter (Centre for Knowledge in Culture in Antiquity and Beyond; Centre for Mecial History) und der HU (Institut für Klassische Philologie; ZtG). Die Kooperation läuft von September 2019 bis September 2021.
  • Teil des Kunstprojekts "She can cook a potato in her hand, and make it taste like chocolate" von Jasmine Reimer, in Zusammenarbeit mit u.a. Sofia Varino (ZtG), Francesco Giusti (Bard College Berlin), Marianna Simnett. Die kommende Ausstellung findet im Mai 2021 statt: Flyer.

 

 

Publikationen

Bücher
  • The play of words. Blood ties and power relations in Aeschylus’ Oresteia, Berlin 2014: De Gruyter, Trends in Classics 26.
  • Co-writen with Irene Calà: Metrodora. Testo greco, introduzione critica, traduzione e note, Toledo: Ediciones criticas, Ediciones de la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha (under contract).
  • Co-edited with Francesca Spiegel: Post/humanism and Classical Literature, London 2020: Bloomsbury.
  • Co-edited with Maria Gerolemou: Body technologies in the Greeco-Roman world. Techno bodies, sex and gender, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press (under contract).
Aufsätze
  • ‘Hexametric poetesses ante Homerum: The oracular and female origins of the Greek hexamter’, forthcoming in GRMS.
  • ‘The Homeric Trojan horse and the paradox of technology’, forthcoiming in Eranos.
  • ‘Reversibilita oracolare e bios. Alcune riflessioni su “Il filologo” in Apollineo e Dionisiaco’, Quaderni Colliani 2 (2020), 1-11.
  • ‘Humanimality and hyper-determination in Sophocles’ Oedipus plays’, Skene 5 (2019), 5-22.
  • ‘Monopolio tecnologico, fato ed empatia tragica nel Prometeo incatenato’, Seminari Romani 26 (2019), 31-48.
  • ‘Polifemo e Filottete: mostruosita’ e selvatichezza in Omero e Sofocle’, Commentaria Classica 5 (2018), 9-28.
  • ‘Intertextuality and poetic voice in Theocritus’ Idyll 3’, Mnemosyne 71 (2018), 489-496.
  • ‘A few notes on τοῦτο and τὸ τοιοῦτον in Plato, Tim. 49d4–e7’, Hyperboreus 22 (2016), 127-138.
  • ‘The bond of consanguinity between mother and daughter: Agamemnon 1417-1418, 1525’, GRBS 54 (2014), 342-351.
  • ‘Antigone’s language of death and politics in the Antigone of Sophocles’, Philologus 157 (2013), 223-236.
  • ‘A few notes on nosos and language in Sophocles’ Philoctetes’, Logeion 2 (2012), 304-310.
  • ‘Reading Aeschylean images: matricide and the blood in maternal milk in Clytemnestra’s dream’, Logeion 1 (2011), 31-40.
Buchkapiteln, Rezensionen und Enzyklopädienbeiträge
  • ‘Body beautification and Blackness in Herodotus' Ethiopian logos’, in Body technologies in the Greeco-Roman world. Techno bodies, sex and gender, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press (under contract).
  • ‘Fe/male rhetoric of violence against the woman's body in Aeschylus' Supplices’, in C. Encinas Rehuero (ed.), Tragic Rhetoric. The Rhetorical Dimensions of Greek Tragedy, Bari: Levante editori, Collana Le Rane (forthcoming).
  • Co-written with Giacomo Sclavi ‘Pandora and robotic technology today’, forthcoming in G. M. Chesi and F. Spiegel (eds.), Post/humanism and Classical literature, London 2020: Bloomsbury, 301-308.
  • Co-wrtitten with Francesca Spiegel, ‘Theoretical introduction. The subject of the human’, forthcoming in G. M. Chesi and F. Spiegel (eds.), Post/humanism and Classical literature, London 2020: Bloomsbury, 1-19.
  • ‘Odysseus’ polutropia and the Dialektik der Aufklaerung: Odysseus between Enlightenment and semiotics’, in J. Nagyillés, A. Hajdú,(eds.), Sapiens ubique civis. (Szeged, Hungary, 2013), Budapest 2015, 1-10.
  • Rachel Bespaloff, Enciclopedia delle donne, http://www.enciclopediadelledonne.it/biografie/rachel-bespaloff
  • Tua Korhonen & Erika Ruonakoski, Human and Animal in ancient Greece. Empathy and Encounter in Classical Literature, London and New York 2017, BMCR 2018.01.39
  • Clauss, James J.; Cuypers, Martine; Kahane, Ahuvia (Hrsg.): The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond Stuttgart 2016. In H-Soz-u-Kult, 25. 09. 2017, https://www.hsozkult.de/publicationreview/id/rezbuecher-27469
  • Tua Korhonen, Erika Ruonakoski, Human and Animal in Ancient Greece: Empathy and Encounter in Classical Literature. Library of classical studies 15. London: 2017, (forthcoming in Poiesis. Bibliografia della poesia greca antica e bizantina).
  • Scott A. Midson, Cyborg Theology. Humans, Technology and God.. I. B. Tauris: London and New York. 2018, JPHS 3 (2019), 93-97.

 

In Vorbereitung

Bücher
  • Odysseus technologicus. Technology in the Odyssey and today.
Aufsätze
  • Classical posthumanism (Chapter commissioned for the Palgrave Handbook of Critical Posthumanism).
  • The Homeric Trojan horse: an intelligent device (forthcoming in A. Domouzi and S. Baer (eds.), Ancent epic and artificial intelligence, Bloomsbury).
  • The tragic condition of becoming human: Orestes and the artifice of doubt in Aeschylus' Oresteia (forthcoming in CounterText).