Teaching

Supervision

Graduate Students

  • Dimitry Ezrohi: The spleen and liver in Aristotle’s physiological theory
  • Inon Mazuz: Using Natural Language Processing for the study of the history of medicine. The case of Rabbinic literature

Doctoral Students

  • Esteban Marroquín Arroyave (co-supervised with Prof. Joshua Milgram): Characterization of intramembranous lamellar bone in the pectoral fin spine of the Russian sturgeon ()Acipenser gueldenstaedtii

Postdoctoral Fellows

  • Marco Vespa (Aristotle’s Anatomy)

Courses:

2021-2022
Winter Semester
- Advanced Greek (Part A)
- Digital Research in the Humanities: from Idea to Output

Summer Semester
- Introduction to Classical Civilization: Rome
- Reading Roman Historians (Advanced Latin Prose)

2020-2021
Winter Semester

- Lysias: Readings in Easy Greek Prose
- Body and Soul in Ancient Greece and Rome

Summer Semester
- Thucydides: Readings in Advanced greek Prose 
- Ancient Digital Science (in English)
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At the Department of History:

Summer Semester 2018
Diagnostics and Therapeutics in Antiquity
English Syllabus

Summer Semester 2017
Body, Soul and Ensouled Bodies: Pre-Modern Ideas of Body, Soul, Health and Illness in the Western World
English Syllabus