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Curriculum Vitae

 

 

Fields of research

  • Mansi language

  • Sociolinguistic investigation of endangered indigenous languages spoken in the Russian Federation

  • Endangered languages on web2.0 domains

 

Position

Junior Research Fellow, Research Institute for Linguistics HAS

 

Education, Qualification

2014- Cultural Anthropology, PhD. University of Pécs

2011-2014 Hungarian Studies, MA. University of Szeged

2010-2013 Finno-Ugric Linguistics, PhD, University of Szeged

2007-2011 Russian Philology and Culture, BA. University of Szeged

2004-2010 Study of Religion, MA. University of Szeged

2004-2010 Finno-Ugric Linguistics, MA. University of Szeged

 

Scholarship

2016 Scholarship of the Kone Foundation: Summer School on the Documentation and Description of Uralic Languages (1 week)

2007 MAB-scholarship: Tartu University (5 months)

2006 Scholarship of the Udmurt State University: Language and verbal culture of the Udmurts. Summer School of the Udmurt Language. Izhevsk (1 month)

2005 Language and verbal culture of the Udmurts. Summer School of the Udmurt Language. Izhevsk (1 month)

 

Teaching experience

2009-2011 Department of Finno-Ugristics, University of Szeged

Subjects taught: Belief system of Uralic peoples, Belief system of Ob-Ugric peoples, Fieldwork methods

 

Memberships

2010-2013 Reguly Társaság, committee member

 

Participation in national and international projects

2016- Minority languages in the process of urbanization: A comparative study of urban multilingualism in Arctic indigenous communities (OTKA K 112476)

2013-2018 Computational tools for language revitalization in endangered Finno-Ugric languages, FinUgRevita. (OTKA FNN 107883)

2010-2013 Ob-Babel (Eurobabel, Ob-Ugric languages), Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München

2006-2009: Ob-Ugric morphological analyzing program, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Institute for Linguistics

 

Conferences

2018 “S azóta jól élnek és vidám dalokat énekelnek Leninről és Sztálinról.” Szovjet propagandamesék műfaji azonosításának kísérlete. [“And they live merrily ever since and sing happy songs about Lenin and Stalin.” An experiment to classify the genre of Soviet propagandistic tales] XIV. Magyar Számítógépes Nyelvészeti Konferencia, Szeged (poster)

2018 A szó elszáll, az írás megmarad? Nyelvtechnológiai eszközök a déli manysi nyelvre. [Spoken words fly away, do the written words remain? Language technology tools for Southern Mansi.] XIV. Magyar Számítógépes Nyelvészeti Konferencia, Szeged (poster) (together with Norbert Szilágyi, Veronika Vincze, Ágoston Nagy)

2017 Nyírkéreg doboz és graffiti: Egy városi manysi közösség az identitáskonstrukciók keresztútján [Birchbark box and graffiti: Urban Mansi community at the crossroad of identity constructions.]

2017 Birchbark box and graffiti: Urban Mansi community at the crossroad of redefining identity constructions. 16th International Conference on Minority Languages, Jyväskylä

2017 My Husband, the Dragonfly: The (Non-)Compositionality of Mansi Animal Names. 1st Workshop for Women and Underrepresented Minorities in NLP (WiNLP) at the Annual Conference of Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL 2017), Vancouver (together with Veronika Vincze)

2017 The Mona Lisa of Khanty-Mansiysk. Can a linguistic landscape lack written linguistic elements? Contact-driven multilingual practices, Helsinki

2017 Language technology resources and tools for Mansi. TRANS-LINGUISTICA 4, Sapientia Erdélyi Magyar Egyetem, Târgu Mureș (together with Veronika Vincze, Ágoston Nagy, Norbert Szilágyi)

2017 Language technology resources and tools for Mansi: an overview. The 3rd International Workshop for Computational Linguistics of Uralic Languages. Saint Petersburg (together with Norbert Szilágyi, Veronika Vincze, Ágoston Nagy)

2016 Promoting Uralic indigenous minority identity and multilingual/multicultural societies in Arctic urban centres. First International Conference on Sociolinguistics, Budapest (together with Zsuzsa Duray, Zsuzsa Várnai)

2016 The role of online press and media in creating computational tools for Mansi. The Bridges of Media Education VIII., Novi Sad

2016 Регион 86: Hip-hop és street art mint az obi-ugorság kifejezésének eszköze. [Регион 86: Hip-hop and street art as means of expressing Ob-Ugric identity] Magyar Néprajzi Társaság Etnológiai Szakosztály, Budapest

2015 Digital tools and Mansi heritage language education. Everyday Multilingualism, Sustainable Linguistic Diversity and MultiN-Engagement, Mercator-LEARNMe Conference on Minority Language Research, Educational practice and Policy. Revisiting Methodology, Learning and Established Concepts, Budapest

2015 Mansi at home, in the office, and on the Web: A comparison of online and oral use of the Mansi language. XII International Congress for Finno-Ugric Studies, Oulu

2015 Digital tools in Mansi heritage language education. XV. ICML, Belgrade

2015 Ob-Ugric languages on Web2.0 domains: a bottom-up expansion of online language use. The Bridges of Media Education VII, Novi Sad

2014 The Mansi in the news: The representation of a Siberian indigenous people in the local media. The Second International Interdisciplinary Conference or Young Scholars in Social Sciences and Humanities „CONTEXTS”, Novi Sad

2014 Frozen fish and cable internet. Urban Mansis' attempt to construct modern Mansi identity. Sociolinguistics Symposium 20, Jyväskylä

2014 Playing and learning, different teaching methods in different Mansi educational institutions. BUW7 – The Multilingual Uralic Speaker, Budapest

2013 Occupy the Web! The presence of Ob-Ugric languages on web2.0 domains. XIV. ICML, Graz

2013 What should a Mansi speaking pupil know? Analysis of Mansi textbooks in public and alternative institutes. Maintaining Languages, Developing Multilingualism, Closing conference of the research project ELDIA, Vienna

2013 Siberian Avatar. Internet as the new domain of expressing Mansi identity. i-Mean3 conference, University of the West of England

2012 Коренные уральские языки в сфере "Web2". Влияние интернета на возрождение уральских языков. [Indigenous Uralic languages ​​in the "Web2" sphere. The influence of the Internet on the revitalization of the Uralic languages.] Коммуникации в меняющемся мире: философские и гуманитарные проблемы. Ханты-Мансийск

2012 "Mindenki lájkolja a nagymamákat." Nyelv és identitás az Eurovíziós Dalfesztivál online diskurzusában. [“Everybody likes the grannies.” Language and identity in the online discourse of the Eurovision Song Contest.] Hajdú Péter-Schmidt Éva konferencia, Pécs.

2012 Az internet szerepe az uráli nyelvek revitalizációjában. [The role of the Internet in the revitalization of Uralic languages] 17. Élőnyelvi Konferencia. Szeged.

2012 Wikipedia in Mansi? Internet in the service of endangered languages. Language Endangerment: Methodologies and New Challenges. Cambridge

2012 Chances for linguistic and cultural survival in Siberia – case studies on Mansi and Nganasan people. 1st Conference on The Discourse of Identity, Santiago de Compostela (together with Sándor Szeverényi)

2012 A nyelvi kontaktusok hatása a manysi revitalizációs törekvésekre. [The effects of language contacts on the Mansi revitalization attempts] VI. Alkalmazott Nyelvészeti Doktoranduszkonferencia. Budapest

2012 Manysiul csetelni? Uráli nyelvek a web2-es színtereken. [To chat in Mansi? Uralic languages on Web2.0 domains]24. Finnugor Szeminárium, Pécs.

2011 ”Living Creek” Introducing a Mansi revitalisation attempt. XIII. ICML, Flensburg

2011 ”Living Creek” Introduction of a Mansi language nest. Uralic Languages and Multilingualism. Hamburg.

2011 Élő patak. Nyelvi fészek a manysiknál. [Livin Creek. Mansi language nest.] Finnugor szeminárium, Szeged.

2010 Nyelvvesztés – nyelvmegtartás? Nyelvi fészek a manysiknál. [Language loss – language maintenance? Mansi language nest.] Bölcsészkari Tudományos Nap, SzTE BTK

2006 Лось в языках и религиозных представлениях угорских народов. [The moose in the languages and religious conceptions of Ob-Ugric peoples.] Обские угры: научные исследования и практические разработки. VII. Югорские чтения, Khanty-Mansiysk

 

Fieldwork

2015 Fieldwork, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug (2 months)

2012 Fieldwork, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug (1 month)

2009 Fieldwork, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug (2 months)

2008 Fieldwork, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug (2 months)

2007 Fieldwork, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug (2 months)

2006 Fieldwork, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug (5 months)

 

Prize

2013 Mikola Tibor Prize

 

Language knowledge

Hungarian: mother tongue

English: C1

Russian: C2

Estonian, Mansi, Udmurt: B1

 

Last modified: 24.01.2018

 

 

  

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