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Curriculum Vitae

 

 

Fields of research

  • History of Hungarian language

  • Historical phonology

  • Hungarian as a foreign language

 

Positions held

1993- research fellow, Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

1991-1992 Department of Dialectology and Historical Linguistics, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

1990-1991 junior research fellow, Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

 

Education and qualifications

1999-2003 PhD studies in Hungarian Linguistics, Loránd Eötvös University, Budapest (submitted: June 2003, defended: December 2003)

1998 teacher of Hungarian as a Foreign Language, Loránd Eötvös University, Budapest

1995lecturer in Fennougristics, Loránd Eötvös University, Budapest

1990 teacher of Hungarian Language and Literature (MA) Loránd Eötvös University, Budapest

 

Fellowships

1994 DAAD-scholarship, Vienna

 

Teaching experience

1999- Hungarian as a Foreign Language at Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Piliscsaba, and at the Hungarian programme of the University of San Francisco

1999- Tester of Hungarian as a Foreign Language in the ECL and ORIGO

1996-1999 Introduction to Hungarian linguistic studies, History of Hungarian (obligatory courses) for Hungarian majors at ELTE University, Budapest

1990-1993 Introduction to Hungarian linguistic studies, History of Hungarian (obligatory courses) for Hungarian majors at ELTE University, Budapest

1990-1993 Introduction to Hungarian linguistic studies, History of Hungarian (obligatory courses) for Hungarian majors at Association of Arts Faculty, Miskolc

 

Leading/ participating in research projects

2012-2014 participating in INNET project (Innovative Networking in Infrastructure of Endangered Languages) (FP7-284415)

2010- participating in developing the Uralic etymological database Uralonet (financed by National Cultural Fund of Hungary)

Project Leader:

1999-2001Historical Phonological Researches on the Basis of Old Hungarian Manuscripts (OTKA, F 29954)

 

Other professional activities

Editorial Activities

Co-editor of the series Budapest Uralic Workshop (with Márria Sipos, BUW 1-4)

1999-2005 copy editor of Nyelvtudományi Közlemények (Linguistic Studies)

 

Academic and professionally related memberships and activities

Association of Hungarian Linguists - member

Reguly Association - member of the board

HONT (International Society of the Teachers of Hungarology) - member

FUSAC (The Finno-Ugric Studies Association of Canada) - member

 

Fieldwork

1990 1-month trip to the River Kazym, Siberia, Russia

1990 2-week trip to Hanti-Mansijsk in cooperation with Lomonosov University, Moscow

1989 2-week trip to Saransk, Mordovia, in cooperation with Lomonosov University, Moscow

1988 2-week trip to Izhevsk, Udmurtia, in cooperation with Lomonosov University, Moscow

1987 2-week trip to Yoshkar-Ola, Mari Republic, in cooperation with Lomonosov University, Moscow

 

Languages

Spanish, English, Russian

 

Conferences/Presentaions (recently)

2013

Linguistic diversity - language endangerment - language minorities (with Mária Sipos, Zsuzsa Várnai). Simonyi Zsigmond Annual Spelling Contest, Budapest, 25 May.

New methods in teaching historical linguistics at secondary schools (with Mária Sipos, Zsuzsa Várnai). Eötvös József Rhetorics Contest, Budapest, 11 May.

a) INNET: Nyelvi veszélyeztetettség oktatása a középiskolákban (with Mária Sipos - Mária Sipos - Sándor Szeverényi - Zsuzsa Várnai) Találkozások az anyanyelvi nevelésben 1, Pécs [INNET: The Issue of Endangered Languages in the Curriculum of Secondary Grammar Schools];

b) Nyelvi veszélyeztetettség oktatása a középiskolákban: földrajz, kulturális és társadalomtudományok. (with Mária Sipos, Sándor Szeverényi) Találkozások az anyanyelvi nevelésben 1, Pécs [The Issue of Endangered Languages in the Curriculum of Secondary Grammar Schools: Geography, Cultural and Social Studies] - 22 April.

2012

’Gold’ mining. Exploitation of an etymological database: Uralonet. (with co-authors). - Historical Corpora. Workshop: 25 years of TITUS. Frankfurt, Goethe Universität 6-9 Dec.

URALONET (Uralic Etymological Database) (with Marianne Bakró-Nagy, Nikolett Mus, Mária Sipos, Sándor Szeverényi, Dávid Takács, Zsuzsa Várnai). Hungarian Science Festival, Hungarian Academy of Sciences - 23 November.

A szótag a szurgutiban [The syllable in Surgut-chanti]. Péter Hajdú and Éva Schmidt's Commemoration Conference. University of Pécs, 11-13 October.

2011

Das Uralonet-Program. (co-author: mária Sipos). 15. Deutscher Finnougristentag. Neue Methoden der Sprach- und Kulturvermittlung. 25-26 November 2011.

On the Uralonet project (co-authors: Nikolett Mus, Mária Sipos, Sándor Szeverényi, Zsuzsa Várnai). Conference at the Department of Uralistics, Szombathely) 10-11 November, 2011.

 

 

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