CV

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Current affiliation: Department of Linguistics, University of Michigan – Ann Arbor

EDUCATION

2020-in progress
University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, USA
PhD in Linguistics

2016
Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary
MA in English Studies
Specialization: English Theoretical Linguistics
advisor: Péter Mekis, PhD.
thesis ‘A semantic analysis of English cataphoric constructions’

2013
Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary
BA in English Studies
Minor: Philosophy
advisor: Zsolt Komáromy, PhD.
thesis ‘A Posteriori Fall: Representations of the Fall in Blake’s Songs’

2011
University of Limerick, Ireland
Erasmus scholarship

AFFILIATION / GROUP MEMBERSHIP

2021-present – Prosody Group (faculty advisor: Jelena Krivokapic)

2020-present – SemLab member (semantics lab; faculty advisor: Ezra Keshet)

2020-present – Linguistic Society of America membership

SERVICE

2020-2021 – GLaM committee (committee member)
– an organization that provides a forum for graduate students to discuss important issues relating to the Department of Linguistics and the University
University of Michigan, Department of Linguistics

2016 – Task force
– Thirteenth Old World Conference in Phonology (OCP13)
Eötvös Loránd University, Department of English Linguistics (ELTE, DELG)

2014-2015 – CUBE (Current British English) dictionary – task force
– task: syntactic labeling of 7000 dictionary items in a new English pronunciation dictionary (CUBE)
– available at http://seas3.elte.hu/cube/
ELTE, DELG

2014-2015 – Co-editor and web page designer
– The ODD Yearbook – volume 9
– available at: http://seas3.elte.hu/odd/
ELTE, DELG      

2013-2014 – Teaching Assistant
– task: overseeing exams, grading, organizational tasks, participation in the daily life of the department, extracurricular classes with faculty members
ELTE, DELG

ACADEMIC  ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Erasmus Scholarship for studying abroad (2011)
  • Outstanding Thesis Award for BA thesis, “A Posteriori Fall: Representations of the Fall in Blake’s Songs” (2013)
  • Outstanding Thesis Award for MA thesis, “A semantic analysis of English Cataphoric Constructions” (2016)
  • Graduating from MA studies with honors

PUBLICATIONS

LANGUAGE  SKILLS

  • Hungarian  native
  • English        TOEFL iBT: 114 (2019)
  • German      CEFR B2 (2018)
  • Irish             elementary
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