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Martin Hinterberger

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies
Cyprus University of Technology
Cyprus

Biography

MA and PhD in Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies from the University of Vienna (1990 and 1996). 1995-2001 research fellow at the Center of Byzantine Studies of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. He taught at the University of Vienna (since 1993), the Freie Universitaet of Berlin (2001/2002) and the EHESS, Paris (2002). Since 2002 he has been teaching Byzantine philology at the University of Cyprus.Research Interests • emotions in Byzantine literature and society • the language of Byzantine literature (both learned and vernacular)• theoretical approach of Byzantine literature (especially aesthetics and reception of hagiographical texts of the middle and late Byzantine period; he is preparing a study on the hagiographical works of Constantine Akropolites and Nikephoros Gregoras)• autobiography• literature in the vernacular•

Research Interest

He is a collaborator of the bibliography of the Byzantinische Zeitschrift

Publications

  • M. Hinterberger, Η επέτειος της καταστροφής: Ο Λόγος Ιστορικός του Φιλόθεου Κόκκινου για την άλωση της Ηράκλειας το 1351, in: P. Odorico, P. A. Agapitos, M. Hinterberger (eds.), Actes du colloque international ERMHNEIA III, L’ecriture de la memoire. La litterarite de l’historiographie, Nikosia, 6.-8. Mai 2004. Paris 2007, 331-351

  • M. Hinterberger, Die Sprache der byzantinischen Literatur: Der Gebrauch der synthetischen Plusquamperfektformen, in: M. Hinterberger–E. Schiffer (eds.), Byzantinische Sprachkunst. Studien zur byzantinischen Literatur, gewidmet Wolfram Horandner zum 65. Geburtstag (Byzantinisches Archiv 20). Munich-Leipzig 2007, 107-142

  • M. Hinterberger, „Ich ware schon langst Monch geworden, wenn nicht …“ oder die Macht des Kontrafaktischen, in: K. Belke–E. Kieslinger–A. Kulzer–M. Stasinopoulou (eds.), Byzantina Mediterranea. Festschrift fur Johannes Koder. Vienna 2007, 245-256.

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