Field of study
Interests: linguistics, compound words, Classical Persian language, Modern Persian language, and Classical Persian literature
The centre of my research is compound words in the Persian language. Compounding is an ancient heritage and also a frequent process of word formation in Classical and Modern Persian. Even so most of the articles only concerns the lexicalized compound words in the modern language. My aim is to specify the criterions and types of compounds in the Persian language. I would also like to present the productivity of each group while looking over the words which are between the compounds and suffixed words. I also aim to testify that the inner structures of Persian compounds can be regarded as hallmark of Persian style by using a very broad data-base (classical and modern Persian literature).
The following books have recently been the focus of this research: Ferdowsi: Šâhnâme (10-11th c.); Gorgâni: Vis-o Râmin (11th c.); Neẓâmi Ganğavi: Haft peykar, Leili-o Mağnun (12th c.); Sacdi: Bustân (13th c.); Ġazaliât-e Ḥâfeẓ (14th c.); Ǧâmi: Leili-o Mağnun, Salâmân-o Absâl (15th c.). Currently, the main question of this research is ‘whether if the characteristics of an individual poet can be identified by the compound words of his opus’. For example: by semantical or syntactical research, extent of repetition etc.
2014–: Eötvös Loránd University, Doctoral School of Linguistics (Supervisor: Prof. Éva Jeremiás)
2012–2014: Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Humanities: Master’s degree in Iranian Studies
2009–2012: Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Humanities: Bachelor’s degree in Iranian Studies
2005–2009: Révai Miklós Gimnázium, matematika – német tagozat
Scholarships, study visits
2011: Dânešgâh-e Širâz (Shiraz University), Iran – Persian language course, 1 month
2015–2016: Dânešgâh-e Šahid Behešti (Shahid Beheshti University), Tehran, Iran – research scholarship, 10 months