Martin pants

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Martin Hose (born April 8, 1961 in Wathlingen ) is a German classical philologist .

After graduating from high school in 1981, Hose studied classical philology, history and education at the universities of Hamburg and Konstanz and graduated in 1988 with the state examination and the Magister Artium in Konstanz. He then taught from 1988 to 1989 at University College London and from 1988 to 1994 at the University of Konstanz, where he received his doctorate in 1990 with a thesis on the choir under Euripides and in 1993 with a thesis on historians in the Imperium Romanum from Florus to Cassius Dio qualified as a professor. In 1994 he was offered a professorship at the University of Greifswald and until 1995 also taught partially at the University of Heidelberg . Since 1997, Hose has held the Chair of Greek Studies at the Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich . In 2004 he turned down an offer at Heidelberg University.

Hose's research interests are Greek drama, historiography, Hellenistic poetry and Greek literature of the imperial era.

In addition to his scientific work, Hose is also active in university politics. From 1999 to 2001 he was dean of the faculty for language and literature at the Ludwig Maximilians University. He has been a member of the LMU Senate since 2002, and was elected chairman in 2007. In this role, he is also the deputy chairman of the LMU University Council.

Hose has been a full member of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences since 2001 . From 1995 to 2001 he was a board member of the Mommsen Society , from 2004 he was a board member of the Fédération Internationale des Associations d'Études Classiques . Since 2000 he has also been co-editor and editor of the review organ Gnomon .

Publications (selection)

  • Studies on the choir with Euripides, Part 1 , Stuttgart 1990 (347 pages) ( Contributions to Classical Antiquity, Vol. 10) (= Diss. Konstanz 1990)
  • Studies on the choir with Euripides, part 2 , Stuttgart 1991 (467 pages) (contributions to antiquity, vol. 20)
  • Renewal of the past. The Historians in the Imperium Romanum from Florus to Cassius Dio , Stuttgart / Leipzig 1994 (XII + 522 pp.) (Contributions to Antiquity, Vol. 45) (= Habilitation thesis Konstanz 1993)
  • Drama and society. Studies on dramatic production in Athens at the end of the 5th century , Stuttgart 1995 (214 pages) (Drama supplement 3)
  • Little Greek literary history. From Homer to the end of antiquity , Munich 1999 (261 pages) (Beck'sche series)
  • Aristotle. Fragments III. The historical fragments , trans. u. commented by M. H. (Aristotle's works in German translation, edited by Hellmut Flashar , vol. 20.III), Akademie Verlag Berlin 2002 (307 pp.)
  • Poetry from school. Reflections on late Greek poetry , Bavarian Academy of Sciences, Phil.-Hist. Kl., Meeting reports. Born in 2004, Issue 1, Munich 2004 (37 pages)
  • Euripides. The poet of passions , Munich 2008 (256 pages) (Romanian translation 2010, modern Greek translation 2011)
  • Euripides as an anthropologist. (= Meeting reports of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences, Philosophical-Historical Class. Year 2009, Issue 2), Munich 2009.

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