Aufsätze

„Metapragmatic Awareness and the Stratification of Classical Sumerian Literature“, in: L. Rheinfandt/C. Römer/G. J. Selz (Hg.): Ruptures of Narration in the Sources of Pre-modern Societies: the Evidence of the Ancient Near East, and of Byzantine, Arabic, Ottoman and Iranian Petitions, Göttingen. (im Druck)

„The Death of Gilgamesh and the Invention of Esotericism in Mesopotamia“, in: M. J. Geller (Hg.): Knowledge to Die For. (im Druck)

„Meat Distribution in Late Uruk Diacritical Feasts: Second-order Bookkeeping Techniques and Their Institutional Context in Third Millennium BCE Mesopotamia“, in: J. Renn/M. Schemmel (Hg.): Culture and Cognition. Essays in Honor of Peter Damerow. Max Planck Research Library for the History and Development of Knowlegde. Proceedings 11, Berlin: Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte 2019, 75–86.

„Iteration, Citation and Citationality in the Mesopotamian Scholastic Dialogue ‚The Class Reunion‘“, in: E. Cancik-Kirschbaum/A. Traninger (Hg.):Wissen in Bewegung. Institu­tion – Iteration – Transfer. Episteme in Bewegung. Beiträge zur einer transdisziplinären Wissensgeschichte 1, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 2016, 107–134.

„Introduction: Infrastructural compendia and the licensing of empiricism in Mesopotamian technical literature“, in: J. C. Johnson (Hg.): In the Wake of the Compendia: Infrastructural Contexts and the Licensing of Empiricism. Science, Technology, and Medicine in Ancient Cultures 3, Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter 2015, 1–28.

„Depersonalized case histories in the Babylonian therapeutic compendia“, in: J. C. Johnson (Hg.): In the Wake of the Compendia: Infrastructural Contexts and the Licensing of Empiricism. Science, Technology, and Medicine in Ancient Cultures 3, Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter 2015, 289–316.

Late Uruk Bicameral Orthographies and their Early Dynastic Rezeptionsgeschichte“, in: R. Dittmann/G. J. Selz (Hg.): It’s a long way to a historiography of the early dynastic period(s). In collaboration with Ellen Rehm. Altertumskunde des Vorderen Orients 15, Münster: Ugarit-Verlag 2015, 169–210; Working Paper des SFB 980 Episteme in Bewegung, No. 2/2014, Freie Universität Berlin.

„The Origins of Scholastic Commentary in Mesopotamia: Second-order Schemata in the Early Dynastic Exegetical Imagination“, in: S. Gordin (Hg.): Visualizing Knowledge and Creating Meaning in Ancient Writing Systems. Berliner Beiträge zum Vorderen Orient 23, Gladbeck: PeWe 2013, 11–56.