Elia Marinova is a Classical Philology graduate from Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski (1992); post-graduate fellow of DFG at the Institute for Greek and Latin Philology of Hamburg University (1994-1997). PhD thesis (1998): “Germanus Audebertus. “Roma“. Edition und Kommentar”. She has been teaching classics at Sofia University since 1998. Teaching experience includes courses in Roman literature, Renaissance and humanism studies, and ancient mythology and religion. Associate Professor of Roman Literature (2004) with a habilitation thesis “The Myth of the World Ages in Neo-Latin Literature (15th-17th centuries)”. Research interests focus on Roman literature from the Augustan times to the Late Antiquity, humanists’ text criticism and comments on ancient authors, and reception of ancient myths. Specialised in Saarbrücken, Wolfenbüttel and Budapest. Took part in projects for modernisation of educational practices in the teaching of Classical Antiquity. For a detailed CV and list of publications in Bulgarian, click here.
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Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”,
Faculty of Classical and Modern Philology
Department of Classical Philology
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Sofia 1504, Bulgaria