11. October 2021 --- Research
DFG approves two further research projects at the Chair of Comparative Philology
The German Research Foundation (DFG) will fund two projects at the Chair of Comparative Philology starting next year. Together with colleagues at the Universities of Cologne, Wuppertal and Freiburg, the project VedaWeb will be continued under the direction of Prof. Dr. D. Kölligan ("VedaWeb 2.0") and supplemented by further texts, audios as well as search and annotation possibilities. Dr. J.-S. Kim will create a word index in his project on the Atharvaveda, which will also be included in VedaWeb in digital form.
01 October 2021 --- Research
We are pleased to welcome Éric Dieu as a guest researcher at the Chair of Comparative Philology, who will be working on Ancient Greek accentuation as part of a Humboldt Scholarship.
27 September 2021 --- Winter semester
On October 12, 2021 from 10 am to 12 pm, the preliminary meeting will be held to determine course schedules for the winter semester 2021/22. The meeting is scheduled online, and can be accessed at the following link: https://uni-wuerzburg.zoom.us/j/94386575865?pwd=NXk1QzMrMHFOMzJSdzlWYUt4d0JEZz09
06 July 2021 --- Interview
In the current issue of the online magazine of the University of Würzburg einBLICK an interview with our guest researcher Petr Kocharov has been published: "Was Verben sagen".
06 July 2021 --- Lecture
On 06.07.21 at 18:15 Prof. Dr. Stefan Schaffner (FAU Erlangen/Nuremberg) will give a lecture on the topic:
"Vom Beben der Erde und dem Erderschütterer Poseidon. Tocharisch A wāsk ‚beben, zucken‘ und die Poseidon-Epitheta ἐννοσίγαιος, ἐνοσίχϑων"
March 01, 2021 --- Research
We are pleased to welcome Petr Kocharov as a guest researcher at the Chair of Comparative Philology, who will be working on Armenian verbal morphology as part of a Humboldt Scholarship starting March 2021.
November 2, 2020 --- Information
The Linguistics Department at the University of Göttingen has published a series of video introductions to the grammar of several ancient Indo-European languages under the title "Ancient Indo-European Grammars Online", including a lecture on Classical Armenian by Ronald Kim and Daniel Kölligan.
September 17, 2020 --- Research
The German Rectors' Conference (Hochschulrektorenkonferenz, HRK) will be funding a project developed by Kristina Becker (Würzburg) and Theresa Roth (Marburg) within the initiative "Small subjects: visibly innovative!"