Andreas Hartmann passed his Abitur in 1996 at the Reuchlin-Gymnasium Ingolstadt and studied history, classical philology (Latin), German literature and art history at the Catholic University of Eichstätt from 1997 to 2000 and also worked early on the ConcEyst project of the chair for ancient history at the university. In 2000/2001 he studied Ancient and Medieval History and Latin Studies at the University of Cologne . In 2002 he finished his studies in Eichstätt with a master's thesis on an ancient historical topic.
Since autumn 2002 Hartmann worked as a research assistant to Jürgen Malitz at the chair for ancient history at the Catholic University of Eichstätt. In spring 2005 he started working on the Epigraphic Database Heidelberg (EDH), where he prepared Greek inscriptions from the Roman Empire for the Internet. In the spring of 2008 he received his doctorate in Ancient History with a dissertation on the subject of Between Relic and Relic. Object-related memory practices in ancient societies . Like the Rigorosum, it was awarded the grade summa cum lauderated. In 2009, the dissertation was awarded the Bruno Snell Prize of the Mommsen Society and the Bavarian Culture Prize of E.ON AG in the category for the best doctorates at Bavarian universities. In autumn 2009, Hartmann visited the Department of Classics and Ancient History at Durham University as a visiting fellow at the British Academy , where he and Barbara Graziosi discussed Homer and the monuments again. Relics of the past and the epic tradition . Since March 2011 he has been an academic advisor at Gregor Weber's chair at the University of Augsburg .
Hartmann researches mainly on archaic Greece, in particular the Homeric period, the early and high imperial periods, in particular the relationship between the emperor and the senate, foreign policy and the borders in the Roman Empire. He is also interested in ancient cultures of remembrance, Christians and Jews in the Roman Empire, and the forms and functions of the religious in ancient societies.
- Atlantis. Know what's right. Herder, Freiburg im Breisgau et al. 2010, ISBN 978-3-451-06115-8 ( Herder spectrum 6115).
- Between relic and relic. Object-related memory practices in ancient societies. Verlag Antike, Berlin 2010, ISBN 978-3-938032-35-0 ( Studies on Ancient History 11; also: Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Kathol. Univ., Diss., 2008).
- with Michael Neumann: Myths of Europe. Key figures in the imagination . Volume 1: Antiquity. Pustet, Regensburg 2004, ISBN 3-7917-1872-X ( review by sehepunkte ).
- with Michael Neumann: Myths of Europe. Key figures in the imagination . Volume 5: From the Baroque to the Enlightenment. Pustet, Regensburg 2007, ISBN 978-3-7917-1938-2 .
- Literature by and about Andreas Hartmann in the catalog of the German National Library
- Portrait on the website of the University of Augsburg
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||German ancient historian|
|DATE OF BIRTH||December 9, 1977|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Kösching|