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Dr Irene Tinti

  • College positions:

    Cook-Crone Research Bye-Fellow

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Degrees

B.A. in Classics (University of Milan); M.A. in Classics (University of Milan); PhD in Linguistics (University of Pisa)

 

Research interests

Armenian Studies; Ancient Armenian Translations from Greek; Reception of the Classics in Armenian milieux; Plato in Ancient and Medieval Armenia; Translation Studies; Language Contact; Specialised Languages; Philosophical Translations. 

 

Teaching interests

Ancient Armenian Language and Linguistics; Ancient Greek; Latin.

 

Awards and prizes

Ambizione Grant from the Swiss National Science Foundation, based at the MESLO Department, University of Geneva (2016-2019)
Postdoctoral grant from the Faculté des Lettres, based at the MESLO Department, University of Geneva (2015-2016)
Calouste Gulbenkian Fellowship in Armenian Studies, based at the Oriental Institute, University of Oxford (2013-2014)
Research Fellowship at the Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies, Central European University, Budapest (2012)
Affiliated Fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Study, Central European University, Budapest (2012)

 

Publications

A full list of publications is available on Irene's Academia.edu profile.

 

Other interests

Treasurer and member of the steering committee, Association internationale des études arméniennes (AIEA).