Uta Heil, Project Manager, is Professor for Church History at the Faculty of Protestant Theology at University of Vienna.
Canan Arıkan, project assistant, is a PhD candidate at the Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies. In the project "Sunday Observance in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages", Arıkan particularly works on the textual evidence in Greek from the Late Antique Period.
Student assistant in the project, studies Protestant Theology at the University of Vienna since 2018.
works mainly on Latin sources. He studied Protestant Theology in Tübingen and Berlin and Sackbut in Trossingen where he wrote his doctoral thesis about "Die Bedeutung und Verwendung von ₵ in musikschriftlichen Quellen zur Mensuralnotation des 15. bis zum Beginn des 17. Jahrhunderts". In Tübingen and Vienna he worked and works as assitant in several edition projects (Augustine, Nilus, Fulgence, Athanasius Werke 3,2, Basil).
Angela Zielinski Kinney
is responsible for Greek literary sources. Her dissertation in Classical Philology, "The Goddess Among Us: The Personification of Divine Rumor in Late Antique Latin Prose" is a diachronic intellectual history of deified rumor from its earliest literary appearances through late antiquity. She enjoys working on hagiographic and epistolographic texts in both Latin and Greek.
Former team members
Christina Mielacher studied law at the Universities of Salzburg, Florence and Vienna. After several years in the private sector, she began studying Theology at the University of Vienna in October 2017. From January to October 2019 Christina Mielacher worked as a student assistant in the project "The Apocryphal Sunday in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages" at the Institute for Church History, Christian Archaeology and Ecclesiastical Art/University of Vienna.
Dissertation project: "Die Predigtsammlung des Pseudo-Fulgentius" (working title): The project aims at gaining information about the collection (its time and place of origin, theological focus, purpose) by analysing the individual sermons (e.g. the wording of biblical quotes, exegesis, stylistic features).
works mainly on Latin literary sources and is especially interested in the Latin Church Fathers of the 4th and 5th centuries. He wrote his dissertation in Classics on the topic "Hieronymus' Witwenbüchlein an Salvina (epist. 79)".
Svenja Sasse is a Protestant theologian and her main focus in the research project "The Apocryphal Sunday in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages" is on Greek monastic sources.