Csides Csaba

Cím: PhD
Nem: férfi
Születési év: 1965
Születési hely: Magyarország
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Hivatali telefonszám: 872-1740

Doktori tanulmányok
Doktori (PhD) védés éve: 2006
Tudományág: nyelvtudomány
Disszertáció címe: Kétirányú kormányzás a CV-fonológiában: búcsú a szigorú irányítottságtól
Oklevelet kiállító intézmény: Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem

MA-tanulmányok
MA-fokozat megszerzésének éve: 1997
Tudományág(ak): angol nyelv és irodalom
Oklevelet kiállító intézmény: ELTE BTK

Egyéb tanulmányok és képesítések

Intézmény Képesítés Év
ELTE ÁITFK Orosz nyelv és irodalom szakos általános iskolai tanár 1990
     
     

Munkatapasztalat
Jelenlegi munkaadó: Károli Gáspár Református Egyetem
Kar: Bölcsészettudományi Kar
Intézet: Anglisztika Intézet
Tanszék: Angol Nyelvészeti Tanszék
Beosztás: egyetemi docens


Kutatási és oktatási szakterületek
Modern angol nyelvészet: fonetika, fonológia, morfológia, általános nyelvészet

Tudományos kutatócsoportban vagy projektben való részvétel


Oktatásszervezés, tudományszervezés

Időszak Funkció vagy tevékenység
2006-2014 Kari Fegyelmi Testület tagja
   
   

Nyelvtudás

Nyelv Nyelvtudás szintje és fajtája
angol felsőfok
orosz felsőfok
   

Díjak és kitüntetések

Díj vagy kitüntetés neve Kiadó intézmény Elnyerés éve
Kiemelkedő szakdolgozat díj Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem 1997
     
     

Tagság tudományos társaságokban

Szervezet neve Betöltött funkció
   
   
   

Vendégoktatás és kutatóutak külföldi intézményekben

Időszak Intézmény Tevékenység
2012. 04. 16-20 Partiumi Keresztény Egyetem (Nagyvárad) Erasmus-vendégoktató
     
     
     

Doktori témavezetések

Doktori hallgató neve,
intézmény
Kutatási téma / Disszertáció címe Védés éve
     
     
     
     

Opponencia doktori védéseken

Doktori hallgató neve,
intézmény
Kutatási téma / Disszertáció címe Védés éve
     
     
     
     

 

Publikációs lista

(MTMT)

 

Monográfiák

2008: Structural relations and government in phonology: a strict CV approach. Saarbrücken: VDM Verlag Dr..Müller Aktiengesellschaft & Co. KG

Szerkesztett kötetek

2000: Pronunciation editor: (Lázár A. Péter – Varga György eds.) English-Hungarian Dictionary. Budapest: Aquila Press. Since then 9 editions.

1999: Pronunciation editor: (Országh-Magay-Futász-Kövecses eds.) English-Hungarian Dictionary. Budapest, Hungary: Academic Press.

1998: Pronunciation editor: (Országh-Magay eds.) English-Hungarian Comprehensive Dictionary. Budapest, Hungary: Academic Press.

Cikkek tudományos folyóiratokban


2013: The Functional Classification of English Vowels: Phonological and OrthographicEvidence. Focus on English Phonetics. 261-282. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

2012: Long-Short or Tense-Lax? Or Both? On the Classification of English Vowels. In Szavak Pásztora [Pastor of words]: A Festschrift for Tamás Magay. 52-71. Szeged: Grimm Press

2007: A strict CV approach to consonant lenition: bidirectional government in English Phonology. Language Sciences 29. 177-202.

2004a: Farewell to strict directionality: evidence from English. The Even Yearbook 6. 29-48. Budapest: Eötvös Loránd University.

2004b: Licensed Proper Government: on lack of word-initial consonant lenition. LingDok 3. 20-48. Szeged, University of Szeged.

2004c: Bidirectional government in strict CV: Evidence from English. SOAS Working Papers in Linguistics vol. 13. 81-126. London: School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

2002: Licence to properly govern. SOAS Working Papers in Linguistics vol. 12. 67-88. London: School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

2001: Vowel-zero alternation in Hungarian nominal stems: a strict CV analysis. SOAS Working Papers in Linguistics vol. 11. 73-94. London: School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

2000a: Government and Licensing: A CV analysis of Consonant lenition. SOAS Working Papers in Linguistics 10. 41-80. London: School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

2000b: Government and Licensing: Consonant Lenition and Dependency. Working Papers in the Theory of Grammar, Vol. 8, No. 1. 11-39. Budapest: Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

1997: A “government” consideration of ‘r’ in RP. The Odd Yearbook 37-86. Budapest: Eötvös Loránd University.

Konferenciaközlemények

2017: The problem of sC. clusters in English. TOPOS VI.  volume 1-2. Bilingual Journal of Space and Humanities: Papers in English and Hungarian Modern Philology and Spatial Studies. 187-191. Veszprém: Institute of English and American Studies, Pannon University.

2014: A Typology of English Consonant Clusters. Proceedings of the International Conference on English Language and Literatures in English 3 (ELLE 3). 49-56. Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca): Casa Cartii Stiinja.

Konferenciaszervezés

2012: Interfaces in English Linguistics: 12th-13th October 2012. Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church, Budapest, Hungary.

Nyilvános megjelenések

2019: How many degrees of stress are there in English? Paper presented at the international conference entitled English Language and Literatures in English 9 (ELLE 9). Partium Christian University: Nagyvárad (Oradea) 5th April 2019.

2018a: The dilemmas of the pronunciation editor: some theoretical questions of marking stress in English. Paper presented at the conference organized in honour of Tamás Magay on his 90-ieth birthday. Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. 7th June 2018.

2018b: Vowel-gradation in English. Paper presented at the international conference entitled English Language and Literatures in English 8 (ELLE 8). Partium Christian University: Nagyvárad (Oradea) 20th April 2018.

2017: The problem of sC clusters in English. Paper presented at the international conference entitled English Language and Literatures in English 7 (ELLE 7). Partium Christian University: Nagyvárad (Oradea) 7th April 2017.

2016: Stress-imposing and stress-neutral suffixe. s in English. Paper presented at the international conference entitled English Language and Literatures in English 6 (ELLE 6). Partium Christian University: Nagyvárad (Oradea) 8th April 2016.

2014: The structure of the English Syllable. Paper presented at the international conference entitled English Language and Literatures in English 4 (ELLE 4). Partium Christian University: Nagyvárad (Oradea) 12th September 2014.

2013a: A typology of English consonant clusters. Paper presented at the international conference entitled English Language and Literatures in English 3 (ELLE 3). Partium Christian University: Nagyvárad (Oradea) 13rd September 2013.

2013b: How to teach English stress? Paper presented at the conference entitled Cultural Texts andContexts in the English Speaking World. University of Oradea: Nagyvárad: 21st March 2013.

2012a: Phonology-Morphology-Lexicon Interface in English and Hungarian vowel-length Alternations. Paper presented at the Interfaces in English Linguistics International Conference at Károli Gáspár University of the Hungarian Reformed Church. 13th October 2012.

2012b: The classification of English vowels. Phonetic or Phonological. Erasmus guest lecture presented at the English Department of Partium Christian University. Nagyvárad 16th April 2012.

2012c: The classification of English vowels. Alternations and orthographic evidence. Erasmus guest lecture presented at the English Department of Partium Christian University. Nagyvárad 17th April 2012.

2012d: The Functional classification of English Vowels: Phonological and Orthographic Evidence. Paper presented at BIMEP 3 (Belgrade International Meeting of English Phoneticians) University of Belgrade 23-24 March 2012.

2011: The minimal word constraint in CV and VC phonology. Paper presented at GPRT 8 (Government Pgonology Round Table 8) Vienna: 7th May 2011.

2008a: Are there syllables? Paper presented at the conference organised by the Institute of English Language and Literature, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church, Budapest. Day of Science 13th November 2008.

2008b: A typology of English consonant clusters. Paper presented at the Second International Conference of the Slovene Association for the Study of English SDAS 2008. Maribor, 20th September 2008.

2008c: Vowel-reduction and syncope in English. Paper presented at BIMEP (Belgrade International Meeting of English Phoneticians) 2008. Jointly organised by the Department of English, University of Belgrade and The British Council Belgrade. 27-28 March, 2008.

2004a: The typology of English consonant clusters. Paper presented in the Károli Linguistics Discussion Series. Károli Gáspár University 5th February 2004.

2004b: Bidirectional government in CV phonology. Lecture presented at the 4th Budapest-Vienna Phonology Round Table, Vienna 7-9 May, 2004.

2004c: The pinball effect in phonology. Poster presented at the 12th Manchester Phonology Meeting: Manchester, U.K 20-22 May, 2004.

2003a: Migrating melody: the story of historical "r". Paper presented at Husse (Hungarian Society for the Study of English) 6. Debrecen, Hungary 28th –31st January 2003.

2003b: Absolute and relative silence in CV phonology. Paper presented at the International Conference entitled From Representations to Constraints/Headhood, Contrastivity and Specification. Toulouse 8th July, 2003.

2002a: Melody in the Skeleton: A Strict CV Approach to Consonant Lenition and Vowel-ZeroAlternation. Talk presented at the Conference on English Phonology in Toulouse, France 26-28th June 2002.

2002b: Licence to properly govern: on lack of word-initial lenition. Talk presented at LingDok 6., the sixth annual conference of doctoral students organised by the Theoretical Linguistics Department of the University of Szeged and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Szeged, Hungary, 15-16th November 2002.

2001a: Strong and Weak Positions in CV Phonology. Paper presented at LingDok 4, the fourth annual conference of doctoral students organised by the Theoretical Linguistics Department of the University of Szeged. Szeged, Hungary 25th January 2001.

2001b: Vowel-zero alternation in Hungarian: a CV analysis. Paper presented in the SOAS Phonology Workshop. London: School of Oriental and African Studies. 25th October 2001.

2001c: Vowel-length alternations in Hungarian: patterns of CV. Paper presented in the SOAS Phonology Workshop. London: School of Oriental and African Studies. 8th November 2001.

2000: Consonant Lenition and Dependency. Paper presented at the 3rd Doctoral Symposium in Linguistics, jointly organised by the University of Szeged and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Szeged, Hungary 27th May, 2000.

1996: On R-influence. Paper presented in BuPhoC (Budapest Phonology Circle and Linguistics Discussion Group). 30th October 1996.


Csaba Csides

Title: PhD
Gender: M
Year of Birth: 1965
Place of Birth (Country): Hungary
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Doctoral Studies
Year of Doctoral Defence (PhD / CSc): 2006
Discipline: Linguistics
Title of Thesis: Bidirectional Givernment in CV-Phonology: Farewell to strict directionality
Issuing Institution: Eötvös Loránd University

MA Studies
Year of Obtaining the MA Degree: 1997
Discipline(s): English Literature and Linguistics
Issuing Institution: Eötvös Loránd University

Further Studies and Qualifications

Institution Qualification Year of Obtaining the Qualification
Eötvös Loránd University (Faculty of Teacher Training) Primary Sxchool Teacher of Russian Language and Literature 1990
     
     

Employment
Current Employer: Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary
Faculty: Faculty of Humanities
Institute: Institute of English Studies
Department: Department of English Linguistics
Current Position(s): Associate Professor


Areas of Research and Teaching
Modern English Linguistics: Phonetics, Phonology, Morphology and General Linguistics

Membership in Research Groups and Projects


Educational Functions, Curriculum Development and Other
Teaching-Related Activities

Period Function or Activity
2006-2014 Memeber of the Disciplinary Board of the Faculty of Humanities
   
   
   
   

Language Skills

Language Level and Kind of Proficiency
English advanced
Russian advanced
   
   
   

Honours, Distinctions, and Prizes

Name of Distinction Issuing Institution Year of Issuing
Outstanding Thesis Award Eötvös loránd University 1997
     
     

Membership in Academic Societies

Name of Organization Function (if any)
   
   
   
   

Guest Professorships and Research Fellowships in Foreign
Institutions

Period Institution Activities
16-20. Apr. 2012 Partium Christian University Erasmus Guest Professorship
     
     
     
     

Promotorship in Doctoral Studies

Name of
Doctoral Student,
Institution
Research Topic / Title of Dissertation Year of Defence
(if applicable)
     
     
     
     

Opponentship in Doctoral Defences

Name of
Doctoral Student,
Institution
Title of Dissertation Year of Defence
     
     
     
     

 

List of Publications

(MTMT)

 

Monographs

2008: Structural relations and government in phonology: a strict CV approach. Saarbrücken: VDM Verlag Dr..Müller Aktiengesellschaft & Co. KG

Edited Books and Journals

2000: Pronunciation editor: (Lázár A. Péter – Varga György eds.) English-Hungarian Dictionary. Budapest: Aquila Press. Since then 9 editions.

1999: Pronunciation editor: (Országh-Magay-Futász-Kövecses eds.) English-Hungarian Dictionary. Budapest, Hungary: Academic Press.

1998: Pronunciation editor: (Országh-Magay eds.) English-Hungarian Comprehensive Dictionary. Budapest, Hungary: Academic Press.

Articles in Academic Reviews (Printed and Electronic)

2013: The Functional Classification of English Vowels: Phonological and OrthographicEvidence. Focus on English Phonetics. 261-282. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

2012: Long-Short or Tense-Lax? Or Both? On the Classification of English Vowels. In Szavak Pásztora [Pastor of words]: A Festschrift for Tamás Magay. 52-71. Szeged: Grimm Press

2007: A strict CV approach to consonant lenition: bidirectional government in English Phonology. Language Sciences 29. 177-202.

2004a: Farewell to strict directionality: evidence from English. The Even Yearbook 6. 29-48. Budapest: Eötvös Loránd University.

2004b: Licensed Proper Government: on lack of word-initial consonant lenition. LingDok 3. 20-48. Szeged, University of Szeged.

2004c: Bidirectional government in strict CV: Evidence from English. SOAS Working Papers in Linguistics vol. 13. 81-126. London: School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

2002: Licence to properly govern. SOAS Working Papers in Linguistics vol. 12. 67-88. London: School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

2001: Vowel-zero alternation in Hungarian nominal stems: a strict CV analysis. SOAS Working Papers in Linguistics vol. 11. 73-94. London: School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

2000a: Government and Licensing: A CV analysis of Consonant lenition. SOAS Working Papers in Linguistics 10. 41-80. London: School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

2000b: Government and Licensing: Consonant Lenition and Dependency. Working Papers in the Theory of Grammar, Vol. 8, No. 1. 11-39. Budapest: Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

1997: A “government” consideration of ‘r’ in RP. The Odd Yearbook 37-86. Budapest: Eötvös Loránd University.

Conference Proceedings (Printed and Electronic)

2013: A Typology of English Consonant Clusters. Proceedings of the International Conference on English Language and Literatures in English 3 (ELLE 3). 49-56. Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca): Casa Cartii Stiinja.

 

Organisation of Conferences

2012: Interfaces in English Linguistics: 12th-13th October 2012. Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church, Budapest, Hungary.

Academic and public Appearances (Live and Electronic)

2014: The structure of the English Syllable. Paper presented at the international conferenceentitled English Language and Literatures in English 4 (ELLE 4). Partium Christian University: Nagyvárad (Oradea) 12th September 2014.

2013a: A typology of English consonant clusters. Paper presented at the international conference entitled English Language and Literatures in English 3 (ELLE 3). Partium Christian University: Nagyvárad (Oradea) 13rd September 2013.

2013b: How to teach English stress? Paper presented at the conference entitled Cultural Texts andContexts in the English Speaking World. University of Oradea: Nagyvárad: 21st March 2013.

2012a: Phonology-Morphology-Lexicon Interface in English and Hungarian vowel-length Alternations. Paper presented at the Interfaces in English Linguistics International Conference at Károli Gáspár University of the Hungarian Reformed Church. 13th October 2012.

2012b: The classification of English vowels. Phonetic or Phonological. Erasmus guest lecture presented at the English Department of Partium Christian University. Nagyvárad 16th April 2012.

2012c: The classification of English vowels. Alternations and orthographic evidence. Erasmus guest lecture presented at the English Department of Partium Christian University. Nagyvárad 17th April 2012.

2012d: The Functional classification of English Vowels: Phonological and Orthographic Evidence. Paper presented at BIMEP 3 (Belgrade International Meeting of English Phoneticians) University of Belgrade 23-24 March 2012.

2011: The minimal word constraint in CV and VC phonology. Paper presented at GPRT 8 (Government Pgonology Round Table 8) Vienna: 7th May 2011.

2008a: Are there syllables? Paper presented at the conference organised by the Institute of English Language and Literature, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church, Budapest. Day of Science 13th November 2008.

2008b: A typology of English consonant clusters. Paper presented at the Second International

Conference of the Slovene Association for the Study of English SDAS 2008. Maribor, 20th September 2008.

2008c: Vowel-reduction and syncope in English. Paper presented at BIMEP (Belgrade International Meeting of English Phoneticians) 2008. Jointly organised by the Department of English, University of Belgrade and The British Council Belgrade. 27-28 March, 2008.

2004a: The typology of English consonant clusters. Paper presented in the Károli Linguistics Discussion Series. Károli Gáspár University 5th February 2004.

2004b: Bidirectional government in CV phonology. Lecture presented at the 4th Budapest-Vienna Phonology Round Table, Vienna 7-9 May, 2004.

2004c: The pinball effect in phonology. Poster presented at the 12th Manchester Phonology Meeting: Manchester, U.K 20-22 May, 2004.

2003a: Migrating melody: the story of historical "r". Paper presented at Husse (Hungarian Society for the Study of English) 6. Debrecen, Hungary 28th –31st January 2003.

2003b: Absolute and relative silence in CV phonology. Paper presented at the International

Conference entitled From Representations to Constraints/Headhood, Contrastivity and Specification. Toulouse 8th July, 2003.

2002a: Melody in the Skeleton: A Strict CV Approach to Consonant Lenition and Vowel-ZeroAlternation. Talk presented at the Conference on English Phonology in Toulouse, France 26-28th June 2002.

2002b: Licence to properly govern: on lack of word-initial lenition. Talk presented at LingDok 6., the sixth annual conference of doctoral students organised by the Theoretical Linguistics Department of the University of Szeged and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Szeged, Hungary, 15-16th November 2002.

2001a: Strong and Weak Positions in CV Phonology. Paper presented at LingDok 4, the fourth annual conference of doctoral students organised by the Theoretical Linguistics Department of the University of Szeged. Szeged, Hungary 25th January 2001.

2001b: Vowel-zero alternation in Hungarian: a CV analysis. Paper presented in the SOAS

Phonology Workshop. London: School of Oriental and African Studies. 25th October 2001.

2001c: Vowel-length alternations in Hungarian: patterns of CV. Paper presented in the SOAS

Phonology Workshop. London: School of Oriental and African Studies. 8th November 2001.

2000: Consonant Lenition and Dependency. Paper presented at the 3rd Doctoral Symposium in Linguistics, jointly organised by the University of Szeged and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Szeged, Hungary 27th May, 2000.

1996: On R-influence. Paper presented in BuPhoC (Budapest Phonology Circle and Linguistics Discussion Group). 30th October 1996.

 

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