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Curriculum Vitae

 

 

Degree:

2000, PhD (University ELTE-Budapest); dissertation in Hung.: „Studies on the External History of the Latin Language in the Eastern Part of the Roman Empire. The Problem of the Latin-Speaking Population in Constantinople.” Budapest 1999.

 

Habilitation:

2009, Dr. habil. (University ELTE-Budapest), Habilitation thesis in Hung.: „The History of the Latin Language from the Indo-European Protolanguage up to Classical Latin.” Budapest 2009.

 

Education:

Postgraduate studies

University ELTE-Budapest, Doctoral School for Ancient Studies: 1994-1997,

Undergraduate Studies

University ELTE-Budapest, Latin language and literature: 1989-1994,

University ELTE-Budapest, Ancient Greek language and literature: 1992-1996.

Studying and researching at the Department of Classical Philology of the University Heidelberg as a scholar on the Peregrinatio-Foundation (Hungary) for the wintersemester 1993-94 (tutor: Prof. Hubert Petersmann).

 

Positions held:

2015– scientific advisor, Research Institute for Linguistics HAS, Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics, Lendület (‘Momentum’) Research Group for Computational Latin Dialectology

2010– associate professor, University ELTE-Budapest, Latin Department

2008-2010 research fellow, Research Institute for Linguistics HAS, Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics

2001– assistant professor, University ELTE-Budapest, Department of Latin Language and Literature

1995– assistant lecturer, University ELTE-Budapest, Department of Latin Language and Literature

1994–1995 assistant lecturer, University ELTE-Budapest, Department of Indoeuropean Linguistics

 

Teaching experience:

Courses (at the Department of Latin Language and Literature, University ELTE-Budapest,  1995–) on subjects: Lecturing on the prehistory and history of the Latin language since 1995, on Vulgar Latin since 2011, leading of reading and translation lessons from Roman authors (Plautus,Terence, Sallust) since 1999, and of tutorial groups on special topics, e.g. on Vulgar Latin texts, linguistics and dialectology of Latin Inscriptions of the Imperial Age, Latin inscriptions of Pannonia, linguistic policy in the Roman Empire, old Latin inscriptions, Latin Grammar and Stylistics etc. since 1998. Teaching of Latin language for non-Latinists since 1994.

 

Courses abroad:

Latin inscriptions in Pannonia (28.10.-05.11.2013), Introduction in to the Computational Latin Dialectology (03-04.11.2014), Wall inscriptions from Pompeii (3-5.11.2015), Collecting and Recording Data in the Computerized Historical Linguistic Database of the Latin Inscriptions of the Imperial Age (25-26.11.2016) at the Department of Classical Studies, Masaryk University, Brno, Czeh Republik.

Computerised Historical Linguistic Database of Latin Inscriptions of the Imperial Age, University of Barcelona, Department of Latin Philology (19-22.01.2015, 14-17.03.2016).

 

Research fields:

Linguistics and dialectology of Latin Inscriptions of the Imperial Age, History of the Latin language, Linguistic Policy and Bilingualism in the Roman Empire.

 

Research projects:

Lendület (‘Momentum’) Research Group for Computational Latin Dialectology, HAS 2015-2020.

Computerized Historical Linguistic Data Base of Latin Inscriptions of the Imperial Age, OTKA  (= Hungarian Scientific Research Fund), project no. K 108399, 2014-2017, no. K 81864, 2010-2013 and no. K 62032, 2006-2009.

’Hajdú Péter’ Research Scholarship, Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2007): „Studies on the History of the Latin language”;

OTKA (= Hungarian Scientific Research Fund) project no. F 037798 (2002-2005): „History of the official use of Latin language in the Roman Empire”

’Magyary Zoltán‘ Postdoctoral Fellowship, Foundation for Hungarian Higher Education and Research (2004-2005): „Linguistic Policy and Bilingualism in the Roman Empire”

’Bolyai János’ Research Scholarship, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2001-2004): "Studies on History of the official use of Latin language in the Roman Empire"

 

Participations on Colloquia with reading a paper:  

International Colloquium on Latin Linguistics: Eichstätt 1995, Amsterdam 2001, Bologna 2003, Brussels 2005, Erfurt 2007, Innsbruck 2009, Uppsala 2011, Rome 2013, Toulouse 2015, Munich 2017;  

Colloque international sur le latin vulgaire et tardif (International Colloquium on Vulgar and Late Latin): Heidelberg 1997, Helsinki 2000, Sevilla 2003, Oxford 2006, Lyon 2009, Bergamo 2012, Oviedo 2014, Uppsala 2016;  

First International Workshop on Computational Latin Dialectology, April 7-8, 2016, Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest;  

Second International Workshop on Computational Latin Dialectology, March 30-31, 2017, Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest;

Magyar Ókortudományi Konferencia (National Colloquium on Ancient Studies): Pécs 2000, Piliscsaba 2002, Budapest 2004, Debrecen 2006, Szeged 2008, Pécs 2010, Piliscsaba 2012, Budapest 2014, Debrecen 2016;

Nyelvelmélet és dialektológia 3 - Műhelykonferencia („Linguistic Theory and Dialectology 3 – Workshop”, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, 18-19.11. 2014).

Nyelvelmélet és kontaktológia 3 - Műhelykonferencia („Linguistic Theory and Contactology 3 – Workshop”, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, 17-18.11.2015).

Nyelvelmélet és diakrónia 3 - Műhelykonferencia („Linguistic Theory and Diachrony 3 – Workshop”, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, 22-23.11.2016).

Bonae memoriae József Herman: „Du latin épigraphique au latin provincial”; Symposium zur Sprachwissenschaft der lateinischen Inschriften, Budapest 2008;

Symposium Narratologie und Erzähltechnik, 7-8 November 2013 Budapest

Symposium LYRIK, 1.–3. Juli 2010, Wien

Antike Ästhetik, Poetik, Rhetorik und ihre Rezeption. Symposium 2007 Budapest

Symposium Polemik, Parodie, Satire in der griechischen und der lateinischen Literatur, Vienna 2005;

Bollók János Emlékkonferencia (Colloquium in memory of János Bollók), Budapest 2003;

Konferencia Kapitánffy István emlékére (Colloquium in memory of István Kapitánffy), Budapest 1999;

Colloquium on Sociolinguistics in Mannheim ('Soziolinguistentag', organised by the Doctoral Schools of the University Heidelberg and University Mannheim), Mannheim 1994.

 

Prizes:

winner of the Hahn István Prize in 1993 (Hungarian Society for Ancient Studies); winner of the Révay József Prize in 2003 (Hungarian Society for Ancient Studies). Researcher of the Month, February 2008, OTKA (= Hungarian Scientific Research Fund), see: http://www.otka.hu/otka-magazin/a-honap-kutatoja/2008-1/2008-februar

 

Memberships:

Hungarian Society for Ancient Studies (member 1993-, treasurer 2009-), Société Internationale pour l’Étude du Latin Vulgaire et Tardif (member 2014-, vice-president 2016-), Editorial Board of the Periodical ‘Antik Tanulmányok’ (Studia Antiqua) (member 2014-)

 

 

 

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