Pierre-Luc Angles taught the webinar 'Writing Greek with an Egyptian Brush' in Winter Semester 2017/18 and is a specialist in Ptolemaic Egypt.
Dr. Rodney Ast is founder of the Wik-F project. He has taught webinars on “Online Approaches to Editing Greek Literature. The Philosophical Papyri” and “Translating Ancient Letters,” both together with Dr. Holger Essler of the University of Würzburg. Ast is Research and Teaching Associate in the Institute for Papyrology at the University of Heidelberg.
Dr. Lajos Berkes taught the webinar “Greek Documentary Practice in Egypt from Byzantium to Islam (6. - 8. c.)”. He is a lecturer in the Theology Department at Humboldt University in Berlin.
Helen Enders is Research Assistant and Design Specialist for Wik-F .
Dr. Holger Essler has co-taught the webinars “Online Approaches to Editing Greek Literature. The Philosophical Papyri” and “Translating Ancient Letters” together with Dr. Rodney Ast. He is a lecturer in the Classics Department at the University of Würzburg.
Manuel Kamenzin taught a block webinar in the Heidelberg’s History Department in the Summer Semester 2017 on the subject of “Digital Tools for the Historian (of the Middle Ages).”
Marcel Keller is IT specialist for the project.
Dr. Sarah Kiyanrad taught the webinar “Persian Travelogues (c.11th-19th c.)” in the Winter Semester 2017/18. She is a lecturer at the Department for Languages and Cultures of the Middle East at the University of Heidelberg.
Dr. Julia Lougovaya taught “Greek Literary Ostraca” in the Summer Semester 2017. She is researcher within the University of Heidelberg’s Sonderforschungsbereich 933, Materiale Textkulturen.
Dr. Natalie Maag led a joint Heidelberg-Zürich block webinar on the subject of “Regionalschriften im lateinischen Westen” during Winter Semester 2016/17. She is a lecturer in the Department of Latin Philology of the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period at the University of Heidelberg.