R. Landgráfová studied comparative linguistics at Harvard University, USA, and egyptology at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA. She graduated in egyptology and general linguistics at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague. She is currently writing her dissertation, entitled Topic-focus articulation in Middle Kingdom autobiographical texts. Besides the application of modern linguistical methods in Egyptology, she specializes in Egyptian literature, and she is preparing for publication the corpus of faience inlays discovered in the funerary temples of King Neferefre and Queen Khetkaus II. She also participates in the project of Pre-Middle Kingdom hieratic palaeography.
- Renata Landgráfová, „Fragments of Faience Inlays with the Titulary of Khentkaus II,“ GM 177, 2000, pp. 33-39.
- Renata Landgráfová, „Focusing on the Topic. Some Perspectives in the Functional-Generative Description of Middle Egyptian,“ in: Proceedings of the First Central European Conference of Young Egyptologists, Warszawa 2001,pp. 69-79.
- Renata Landgráfová, „Resumptive pronouns - a means of avoiding non-projective constructions?,“ LingAeg 10 (in print).