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Institut für Geschichte

PD Dr. Jorit Wintjes

Akademischer Oberrat
Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
Institut für Geschichte
Lehrstuhl für Alte Geschichte
Residenzplatz 2, Tor A (Südflügel)
97070 Würzburg
Deutschland
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Vita

1974 - geboren in Fulda.

1993-2000 - Studium der Fächer Griechisch, Latein und Geschichte an der Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg.

1998 - Magister Artium Neueste Geschichte. Magisterarbeit: Alexis' de Tocquevilles 'Souvenirs' als Quelle zu seinem aristokratischen Selbstverständnis.

2000 - Staatsexamen in den Fächern Griechisch und Latein.

2003 - Promotion. Dissertation: Das Leben des Libanius.

2001-2004 - Lehrbeauftragter am Lehrstuhl für Alte Geschichte der Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg.

2005-2008 - Wissenschaftlicher Assistent am Lehrstuhl für Alte Geschichte der Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg.

seit 2008 - Akademischer Rat am Lehrstuhl für Alte Geschichte der Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg.

2011/2012 - Vertretung des Lehrstuhls für Alte Geschichte der Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg.

2013 - Habilitation. Habilitationsschrift: ἔξω τῆς ἐγνωσμένης – Zur römischen Seekriegs-geschichte in Nordwesteuropa

 

Forschungsschwerpunkte:

Griechische Rhetorik der Kaiserzeit, insbesondere der Spätantike.

Antike Militärgeschichte, insbesondere antike Marinegeschichte.

Rezeptionsgeschichte.

 

Wahlmitgliedschaften:

British Commission for Military History.

Publikationen
Monographien:
  • (mit A. Payne) Lords of Asia Minor: An Introduction to the Lydians, Wiesbaden 2016.
  • (mit K. Goehl) Die ecloga des Theodulus, Baden-Baden 2012.
  • (mit K. Goehl) Zwiebelsaft gegen EpilepsieClaudius Galenus behandelt einen fallsüchtigen Knaben, Baden-Baden 2010.
  • Das Leben des Libanius, Rahden/Westf. 2005.

 

Aufsätze/Beiträge zu Sammelwerken:
  • Die unbekannte Metropole – das Antiochia der Soldaten, in: S. Bergjan/S. Elm (eds.),
    Intellectual Exchange and Religious Diversity in Antioch (CE 350-450), Tübingen (im
    Druck).
  • Continuity or change? Late Roman naval forces, in: L. Bogle (ed.), New Interpretations in Naval History. Selected Papers of the 2013 Naval History Symposium, Annapolis (im Druck).
  • When a Spiel is not a Game: The Prussian Kriegsspiel from 1824 to 1871,  in: Vulcan 5, 2017, 5-28.
  • The ghost fleet of Seleucia Pieria, in: N. Hodgson, P. Bidwell, J. Schachtmann (ed.), Roman Frontier Studies 2009. Proceedings of the XXI International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies (Limes Congress) held at Newcastle upon Tyne in August 2009, Oxford 2017, 699-702.
  • Sea power without a navy? Roman naval forces in the principate, in: M. Jones (ed.), New Interpretations in Naval History. Selected Papers from the Seventeenth McMullen Naval History Symposium, Newport (Rhode Island) 2016, 13-24.
  • “Not an Ordinary Game, But a School of War”: Notes on the Early History of the Prusso-German Kriegsspiel,  in: Vulcan 4, 2016, 52-75.
  • “Five of These Will Conquer Any Ironclad” - The Spar-torpedo boat in the American Civil War, in: B. C. Hacker (ed.), Astride Two Worlds. Technology in the American Civil War, Washington 2016, 137-155.
  • Ancient Naval Artillery Support, in: G. Dworok/F. Jacob (eds.), The Means to Kill. Essays on the Interdependence of War and Technology from Ancient Rome to the Age of Drones, Jefferson 2016, 17-29.
  • Europe’s Earliest Kriegsspiel? Book Seven of Reinhard Graf zu Solms’ Kriegsregierung and the ‘Prehistory’ of Professional War Gaming, in: British Journal for Military History 2, 2015, 15-33. http://bjmh.org.uk/index.php/bjmh/article/view/68
  • Technology with an Impact. Field Artillery in the Ancient World, in: Vulcan 3, 2015, 19-41.
  • Keep the Women out of the Camp - Women and Military Institutions in the Classical World, in: B. C. Hacker/M. Vining (eds.), A Companion to Women’s Military History. Leiden 2012, 17-59.
  • Epilepsie und die Welt der paideia in der Spätantike, in: R. Breitwieser (ed.), Behinderungen und Beeinträchtigungen / Disability and Impairment in Antiquity. Oxford 2012, 103-110.
  • Eine haarige Angelegenheit - zu Caes. Civ. 3,9 und Dio 42,11, in: Würzburger Jahrbücher für die Altertumswissenschaft 34, 2010, 87-96.
  • (mit J. Baumeister, L. Haas, F. Lemmerich, J. Reutelshöfer) Taking OWL to Athens -- Semantic Web Technology takes Ancient Greek History to students, in: L. Aroyo et al., The Semantic Web: Research and Applications. 7th European Semantic Web Conference. Berlin 2010, 333-347.
  • Total War - the Ancient Perspective, in: M. Paesano et al., Conflitti militari e popolazioni civili. Atti del XXXIV Congreso della Commissione Internazionale di Storia Militare (2008). Rom 2009, 130-136.
  • The classis Britannica - Just a "normal" provincial fleet? in: A. Morillo (ed.), Proceedings of the 20th International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies (2006). Leon 2009, 47-56.
  • Defending the Realm: Roman Naval Capabilities in Waters Beyond the Mediterranean, in: M. M. Yu (ed.), New Interpretations in Naval History. Annapolis 2009, 1-13.
  • Über den Mangel an Nachschub - zu Caes. BG 1,40,10 und einer alten Konjektur, in: Würzburger Jahrbücher für die Altertumswissenschaft 32, 2008, 111-119.
  • Command at Sea - the Roman experience, in: Mars & Clio. Newsletter of the British Commission for Military History 21, 2008 (1), 12-25.
  • Himerius in Antiochia - zur Datierung von or. 42, in: Würzburger Jahrbücher für die Altertumswissenschaft 31, 2007, 1-12.
  • Man, Soldier, Tyrant - The Perception of Caesar from Macchiavelli to Napoleon III, in: Mars & Clio. Newsletter of the British Commission for Military History 19, 2007, 24-34.
  • The Classis Britannica - aspects of the history of Roman naval units in North Western Europe, in: Hadrianic Society Bulletin 2, 2007, 13-19.
  • Libanius and Himerius, in: Á. González Gálvez/P. Malosse (edd.), Gens de culture en un âge de violence. Paris 2007, 231-241.
  • From “Capitano” to “Great Commander”: The Military Reception of Caesar from the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Centuries, in: M. Wyke (ed.), Julius Caesar in Western Culture, London 2006. 303-313.
  • Zur Datierung von Themistius or. 4, in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift 96, 2003, 701-706.
  • 'Nous étions les hommes indiqués et nécessaires' - Alexis' de Tocquevilles 'Souvenirs' als Quelle zu seinem aristokratischen Selbstverständnis, in: Saeculum 53, 2002, 93-125.

    

Beiträge in Nachschlagewerken, Lexika etc.:
  • Himerios, Iulianos, Libanios, Themistios, in: M. Grünbart (ed.), Lexikon Byzantinischer Autoren, Berlin (im Druck).
  • Field Officers, Transfers, Seapower, Piracy, in: Y. Le Bohec et al. (ed.) Encyclopedia of the Roman Army, vol. II, Oxford 2015.
  • Höchst, Battle of (June 20, 1622), 613-614; Leipzig, Capture of (September 5, 1631), 753-754; Magdeburg, Siege of (May 20-24, 1631), 809-811; Mansfeld, Ernst von (1580-1626), 817; Melander von Holzappel, Peter (1589-1648), 844; Mercy, Franz von (1597-1645), 845-846; Prussian Navy (1657-1866), 1040-1042; Rhineland Campaign,  Turenne's (1674-75), 1088-1090; Rupprecht, Count Palatine of the Rhine (1619-1682), 1123; Schomberg, Friedrich Hermann von (1615-1690), 1176; Stosch, Albrecht von (1818-1896), 1249; Thurn, Heinrich Matthias von (1567-1640), 1293; Weisser Berg (White Mountain), Battle of (November 8, 1620), 1431-1432; Werth, Johann von (1591-1652), 1434; in: D. T. Zabecki et al. Germany at War. 400 Years of Military History, Santa Barbara 2014.

 

Zahlreiche Rezensionen.

 

Übersetzungen:  
  • T. Stickler, The Foederati, in: P. Erdkamp, Companion to the Roman Army, Oxford 2007.
 
Vorträge:
  • Soldiers and their wives: the niceties of 'marriage' on the frontiers – The Roman Army School 2016, Hadrianic Society, St Chad's College, Durham.
  • The Forgotten Theatre – the Red Sea between 26 BC and AD 525 – 2015 Naval History Symposium, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, September 2015.
  • Small installations and Roman naval forces – The Roman Army School 2015, Hadrianic Society, St Chad's College, Durham.
  • 'They got it all wrong!' Victorian Future War Fiction and the First World War – Military History Research Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, University of London, Februar 2015.
  • Sydney Marrow Eardley-Wilmot and ‘The battle of the North Sea’ – The National Museum of the Royal Navy Research Seminar, The National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth, Februar 2015.
  • 'They got it all wrong!' - Zur Erschließung einer nahezu unbeachteten Quellengattung, Philtag 12, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, September 2014.
  • Libanius und die bärbeißigen Kappadokier - zu einem alten Problem – Intellectual Exchange and Religious Diversity in Antioch (CE 350 - 450), Universität Zürich, Juli 2014.
  • On a plank and a prayer – The Roman “navies” of the 5th to 7th centuries – The Roman Army School 2014, Hadrianic Society, St Chad's College, Durham, April 2014.
  • Fleeting Shadows on Shifting Sands? Roman Naval Bases in NW-Europe – The Roman Army School 2014, Hadrianic Society, St Chad's College, Durham, April 2014.
  • “Fire Mission!” – Naval Gunfire Support in the Ancient World – Internationale Konferenz “War and Technology”, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, April 2014.
  • Continuity or change? Roman naval forces in late antiquity – 2013 Naval History Symposium, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, September 2013.
  • Technology with an impact – the introduction of artillery in ancient warfare – International Congress of the History of Science, Technology and Medicine/ International Commission of the History of Technology Conference, Manchester University, Manchester, Juli 2013.
  • Challenging the orthodoxy – the late Roman navy – The Roman Army School 2013, Hadrianic Society, St Chad's College, Durham, März 2013.
  • Navy ranking, or: The tale of the troublesome trierarchs – The Roman Army School 2013, Hadrianic Society, St Chad's College, Durham, März 2013.
  • “Five of These Will Conquer any Ironclad”: The Spar Torpedo Boat in the American Civil War – Astride Two Ages: Technology and the Civil War. A Smithsonian Institution Civil War Sesquicentennial Symposium, Washington, November 2012.
  • The Trireme – the ship that changed the ancient world? – International Commision of the History of Technology Conference, Barcelona Juli 2012.
  • East of Suez – Roman Sea Power in the Eastern Mediterranean – Israeli Society for the Promotion of Classical Studies Symposium, Jerusalem Juni 2012.
  • The “real” navy? The classis Ravennata – a case study  – The Roman Army School 2012, Hadrianic Society, St Aidan's College, Durham, April 2012.
  • Sea power without a navy? Roman naval forces in the principate - 2011 Naval History Symposium, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, September 2011.
  • The battle of Bedriacum reconsidered - 2011 Spring Conference, British Commission for Military History, Lady Margaret Hall College, Oxford, Mai 2011.
  • New research on the Roman navy - The Roman Army School 2011, Hadrianic Society, St Aidan's College, Durham, April 2011.
  • A riddle in the sands: Palmyra and Rome - The Roman Army School 2011, Hadrianic Society, St Aidan's College, Durham, April 2011.
  • Palmyra and the Roman army - The Roman Army School 2010, Hadrianic Society, St Aidan's College, Durham.
  • The biggest of all? The battle of Ecnomus reconsidered - 2009 Naval History Symposium, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis.
  • The ghost fleet of Seleucia Pieria - 21st Roman Frontier Congress, Newcastle 2009.
  • The battle of Ecnomus and naval command and control in the ancient world - The Roman Army School 2009, Hadrianic Society, St Aidan's College, Durham.
  • The phantom fleets of the Eastern Mediterranean: the classes Syriaca and Alexandrina - The Roman Army School 2009, Hadrianic Society, St Aidan's College, Durham.
  • Assault from the sea - an amateur soldier of genius's invasion of Britain - The Roman Army School 2009, Hadrianic Society, St Aidan's College, Durham.
  • Epilepsie in der Welt der paideia - Internationale Konferenz "Behinderung in der antiken Welt", University of Birmingham/Universität Salzburg 2008, Salzburg.
  • Total war: the ancient perspective - XXXIVth International Commission for Military History Congress 2008, Triest.
  • Covering the vitals: the use of textiles as part of the defence armour in the Roman army -     Military and Textile Conference 2008, Centre for Textile Research/Royal Danish Defence College, Kopenhagen.
  • Command at Sea: the Roman experience - 2008 Spring Conference, British Commission for Military History, Lady Margaret Hall College, Oxford.
  • The Roman navy in North-Western Europe - The Roman Army School 2008, Hadrianic     Society, St Aidan's College, Durham.
  • Hauling a legion across the ocean - Classical Association Annual Conference 2008, University of Liverpool, Liverpool.
  • Die Triere - vom Seekriegsmittel zum historischen Denkmodell - Jahrestagung des     Arbeitskreises Militärgeschichte 2007, Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin.
  • Defending the realm - Roman Naval capabilities in waters beyond the Mediterranean - 2007 Naval History Symposium, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis.
  • Man, Soldier, Tyrant - The Perception of Caesar from Macchiavelli to Napoleon III - 2007 Spring Conference, British Commission for Military History, Lady Margaret Hall College, Oxford.
  • Being Greek, Speaking Latin? Language and Identity in a global empire - 2007 Classical Association of the Pacific Northwest Joint Meeting: Regionalism and Globalism in Antiquity, Vancouver.
  • Die classis Britannica - eine "gewöhnliche" Provinzialflotte? - 20th Roman Frontier Congress, Leon.
  • Caesar and Auftragstaktik - The reemergence of Caesar at German war academies in the 19th century - Uses and abuses of Caesar: from antiquity to the 21st Century, British School at Rome Conference 2003, Rom.
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