Dr. Federico Montinaro
Research Group Leader
Studies in Ancient, Byzantine and Islamic History Italy, and Paris, awarded a PhD in Byzantine History in 2013 at the École Pratique des Hautes Études (EPHE)-Sorbonne. In Tübingen since 2015, first as a postdoctoral researcher in the Collaborative Research Centre 923 “Threatened Orders”, then as a substitute chair for Ancient History, currently as leader of his own research group. His webpage at the Institute for Ancient History.
Research Associate (from December 2021)
BA, MA and Aspirantura in Lingusitics (Languages of the Bible and Byzantine Greek) in Saint Petersburg. Summer School 2018 at Boğazici University in Istanbul. He will be pursuing a doctorate with a dissertation on the correspondence of Patriarch Photius of Constantinople (858-67 and 878-86).
Degree in Computational linguistic from HSE Moscow. Currently enrolled in the MA in Cultural Anthorpology at the University of Tübingen and teaching since 2018.
Since 2019, teacher training in History and German in Tübingen.