Dr. Simona Martorana

Profile

Academic positionPost Doc
Research fieldsClassical Philology
KeywordsDisease in Antiquity, Ancient Medicine, Latin Literature, Ecocriticism

Current contact address

CountryGermany
CityKiel
InstitutionChristian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
InstituteArbeitsgruppe Klassische Archäologie

Host during sponsorship

Dr. Chiara ThumigerArbeitsgruppe Klassische Archäologie, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Kiel
Prof. Dr. Claudia SchindlerInstitut für Griechische und Lateinische Philologie, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg
Start of initial sponsorship01/04/2022

Program(s)

2021Humboldt Research Fellowship Programme for Postdocs

Publications (partial selection)

2022Simona Martorana: Neque ... sine numine vincis: Thetis, Medusa, and (Literary) Creation in Ovid’s Metamorphoses. In: Maciej W. Paprocki, Gary P. Vos, David J. Wright, The Staying Power of Thetis: Allusion, Interaction, and Reception from Homer to the 21st Century. De Gruyter, Berlin-Boston, 2022. Forthcoming
2022Simona Martorana: Omission and Allusion: When Statius’ Hypsipyle Reads Ovid’s Heroides 6. In: Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, 2022, Forthcoming
2022Simona Martorana: Tantalus Poeta: The Catalogue of the Great Sinners in Thyestes 1-13. In: Classical Quarterly, 72, 2022, Forthcoming
2022Simona Martorana: The Women and the Sea: The Subjective Seascape in Ovid’s Heroides. In: Ross Clare, Hamish Williams, The Ancient Sea: Utopia and Catastrophe in Classical Narratives and their Reception. Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, 2022. Forthcoming
2021Simona Martorana: La nuova edizione critica della Recensio Wissenburgensis: alcune osservazioni sul ms. W (Wolfenbuttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Gud. Lat. 148) e sugli interventi di W2. In: Maia, 73, 2021, 216-227
2020Simona Martorana: (Re)writing Sappho: Navigating Sappho’s (Posthuman) Poetic Identity in Ovid, Heroides 15. In: Helios, 47, 2020, 135-160
2020Simona Martorana: Haec est Aeolidos fratri scribentis imago: Canace, Augusto e il dramma dell’incesto. In: Elena Subrani, Silvia Quadrelli, I Figli di Eolo: Il motivo mitico e letterario dell’incesto tra antico e moderno. Longo, Ravenna, 2020. 65-75
2016Simona Martorana: Edita de magno flumine nympha fui: la voce di Enone tra figura mitica ed elegia soggettiva (Ov. epist. 5). In: Bollettino di Studi Latini, 46, 2016, 41-60
2016Simona Martorana: Ovidian Intertextuality: Some Considerations on Tr. 1 and Met. 11. In: Phasis, 19, 2016, 115-160