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Name: Dr. Csilla Ilona Dér

E-mail: csillader@gmail.com

Place and date of birth: Budapest, 19. 03. 1976.

Education

2011–2017 BA in psychology, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church (KRE, Budapest)

2006 PhD in Linguistics, Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE, Budapest), Hungarian Linguistics Program, summa cum laude

title of thesis: Grammatikalizációs folyamatok a magyar nyelvben – elméleti kérdések és esettanulmányok [Grammaticalization processes in Hungarian – theoretical questions and case studies]

2000 MA in General and Applied Linguistics, Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest): honours degree

2000 MA in Hungarian Language and Literature, Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest): teacher’s degree

Jobs, positions

2016 ELTE Eötvös Collegium, Language and gender seminar (with Csanád Bodó)

2011-2015 Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE, Budapest), Doctoral School of Hungarian Linguistics/Doctoral School of Applied Linguistics: part-time teacher

2008–  Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church (KRE, Budapest), Faculty of Humanities, Department of Hungarian Linguistics: associate professor

2004–2010 Kodolányi János University College (KJF, Székesfehérvár), Department of Communication and Media Studies: 2004–2007: assistant professor; 2007–2010: associate professor

2001–2004 Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE, Budapest), Faculty of Humanities and Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology, Preparatory School: teacher of Hungarian Language and Literature

2001–2004 Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Institute for Linguistics (HAS RIL, Budapest), Department of Historical Linguistics and Dialectology: junior researcher

2001 Kiskapu Publishing House (Budapest): editor, publisher’s reader, corrector

2000–2001 Magna Lingua American Language School (Budapest): teacher of Hungarian as a Foreign Language

1999–2009 Educational Authority, Department of Assessment and Evaluation (Budapest): participation in national assessments (PISA, PIRLS) as writer of reading tests, supervisor of reading test scoorers

1999–2001 Széchényi National Library: librarian

Teaching

Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral School of Hungarian Linguistics (2015/2016 fall): Gender and politeness in diachrony (seminar)

Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral School of Applied Linguistics (2015/2016 fall): Gender Linguistics (seminar)

Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral School of Applied Linguistics(2014/2015 fall): Gender Linguistics (seminar)

Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral School of Applied Linguistics (2012/2013 spring): Applied Gender Linguistics (seminar)

Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral School of Applied Linguistics (2011/2012 spring): Introduction to Gender Linguistics (seminar)

Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral School of Hungarian Linguistics, Doctoral Program in Cognitive Linguistics (2010/2011 spring): Functional investigation of discourse markers (seminar)

Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church, Faculty of Humanities, Department of Hungarian Linguistics (2008–)

  • lectures: Syntax (BA), Pragmatics (BA), Syntax (MA), Communication and pragmatics (MA)
  • seminars: Syntax (BA, MA), Morphology (BA), Pragmatics (BA, MA), Philology in Linguistics (BA), Discourse Analysis (MA), Historical linguistics (BA, MA), Pragmatic interpretation of text (BA), Intercultural communication (BA), Genderlinguistics (BA), Grammaticalization (BA), Communication practices (BA), Sociolinguistics (BA), Analysis of Language Records (MA), Communication (MA), Communication and pragmatics (MA)

Kodolányi János University College, Department of Communication and Media Studies (2004–2010):

  • lectures: Introduction to General Linguistics, Introduction to Semiotics
  • seminars: Media and language, Textanalysis, Stylistics, Academic writing, Rhetoric

Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest), Faculty of Humanities and Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology, Preparatory School (2001–2004): Hungarian Language and Literature

Magna Lingua American Language School (Budapest) (2000–2001): Hungarian as a Foreign Language

Fields of research

  • pragmatics, discourse analysis discourse markers in spontaneous speech and in other genres 
  • historical linguistics grammaticalization, types of language changes, syntactical changes in Hungarian, emergence of discourse markers
  • sociolinguistics, genderlinguistics: gender stereotypes in language use, receptions of feminism
  • cognitive linguistics grammaticalization, adpositions/postpositions in Hungarian
  • descriptive linguistics of Hungarian appositions, parataxis

Participation in research groups

2007– DIAGram Research Group in Functional (Cognitive) Linguistics (http://diagram.elte.hu/), Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Humanities, Department of Contemporary Hungarian Linguistics: member

2008– Research Group of Spontaneous Speech (http://www.spontanbeszed.hu/), Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Humanities, Department of Phonetics: member

2012– TERMIK Research Group of Terminology (http://alknyelvport.nytud.hu/muhelyek/termik/TERMIK), Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church Faculty of Humanities, Department of Hungarian Linguistics

Memberships

1999– Association for Hungarian Linguistics (Section of General Linguistics: secretary, 2016–)
2008–  Public Body of Hungarian Academy of Sciences

2010– EAFT (European Association for Terminology)

2013– Hungarian Research Centre for Pragmatics

2016– IPrA (International Pragmatics Association)

Grants

2001–2004 Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Institute for Linguistics (HAS RIL, Budapest), Department of Historical Linguistics and Dialectology, Young Researcher Grant, topic: grammaticalization and language changes in Hungarian, syntax of Middle Hungarian

2010–2015 Hungarian Academy of Sciences Bolyai János Research Grant, topic: discourse markers in spontaneous speech

Projects

2015–2019: Competing structures in Middle Hungarian vernacular: a variationist approach (OTKA K 116217, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Institute for Linguistics, Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics; supported by by the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund; lead by Adrienne Dömötör) (reserach topic: Changes of adpositions)

2012–2017 Research in functional cognitive linguistics, K100717 (Eötvös Loránd University DIAGram Research Group in Functional Linguistics; supported by the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund; lead by Gábor Tolcsvai Nagy) and participation in the CoFuLa (Cognitive Linguistic Perspectives on Finno-Ugric Languages) project (research topic: adpositions)

2080–2012 Research in functional cognitive linguistics, K76878 (Eötvös Loránd University DIAGram Research Group in Functional Linguistics; supported by the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund; lead by Gábor Tolcsvai Nagy; research topic: grammaticalization and prototypicality)

2010–2013 Morphologically analysed historical corpus of personal life, K81189 (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Institute for Linguistics, Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics; supported by by the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund; lead by Adrienne Dömötör; job: transcription and standardization of texts of witchcraft trials)

Languages spoken

Hungarian (native)

English (good)

German (good)

Special skills

SPSS

 

Selected publications

Furkó Péter, Dér Csilla, Liesbeth Degand, Bonnie Webber (szerk.): TextLink –  Structuring Discourse in Multilingual Europe, Second Action Conference: Conference Handbook. Konferencia helye, ideje: Budapest, Magyarország, 2016.04.11-2016.04.14. Debrecen:Debreceni Egyetemi Kiadó, 2016. 154 p

Dér, Csilla 2013: Grammaticalization: A specific type of semantic, categorical, and prosodic change. Berliner Beiträge zur Hungarologie. Schriftenreihe des Fachgebiets für Ungarische Literatur und Kultur an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin 18:  160-179.

Markó, Alexandra – Dér, Csilla Ilona 2012: Age-specific features of the use of discourse markers in Hungarian. Język. Komunikacja. Informacja 7: 61-78.

Csilla Ilona Dér 2010: On the status of discourse markers. Acta Linguistica Hungarica 57/1: 3-28.

Dér, Csilla Ilona – Markó, Alexandra 2010: A pilot study of Hungarian discourse markers. Language and Speech 53/2: 135–180.

Dér, Csilla Ilona 2010: Why and what to teach about grammaticalization? Berliner Beiträge zur Hungarologie. Schriftenreihe des Fachgebiets für Ungarische Literatur und Kultur an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin 15 189-209.

Markó, Alexandra – Dér, Csilla Ilona 2009: How to distinguish? A corpus-based study of Hungarian discourse markers. In: Lengyel Zsolt – Navracsics Judit (szerk.) Tanulmányok a mentális lexikonról. Nyelvelsajátítás – beszédprodukció – beszédpercepció//Studies on the Mental Lexicon:  Language Acquisition – Speech Production – Speech Perception. Budapest: Tinta. 393-408.

Dér, Csilla Ilona 2008: Grammatikalizáció. [Grammaticalization.] Nyelvtudományi Értekezések 159. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó. 145 p.

Dér, Csilla Ilona 2002: Bemerkungen zur Grammatikalisierung als Erscheinung des Sprachwandels. Acta Linguistica Hungarica 49/2: 149–178.

01. 25. 2017

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