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Our lecturer Dr. Éva Kardos (Department of English Linguistics), will present her habilitation lectures in the field of linguistics at the University of Debrecen.

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We hope you're having a wonderful summer! DEL would like to contribute to this with the help of suno.com's music-generating AI. This cool song is about a cute and smart dolphin going on a summer vacation and studying linguistics.

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Éva Kardos's paper titled "Culmination phenomena across languages" is to appear in the journal Language and Linguistics Compass.

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The UD Doctoral School of Linguistics and the Department of English Linguistics cordially invite everyone to 4 dissertation proposal talks.

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Dr. Esra Abdelzaher, former PhD student at the Department of English Linguistics, selected for the university’s post-doctoral fellowship program.

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The UD Doctoral School of Linguistics and the Department of English Linguistics cordially invite everyone to Marianna Szabó Habók's second year complex exam (doctoral studies).

A delegation from five American universities visited the University of Debrecen on Friday to discuss teaching-researcher exchange programmes, English-language training opportunities for their students, short summer programmes and one- or two-semester studies. The delegation visited three faculties.

The Chinese students who are enrolled at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Debrecen have received their Hungarian diplomas, as first in the history of our institution and faculty to earn a Master's degree (MA). Quite a few of these graduates plan to make use of their knowledge and skills in the future in Hungary.

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DEL's PhD student, Viktória Virovec, publishes in the Journal of Uralic Linguistics.

The Faculty of Humanities at the University of Debrecen and Sunway University in Malaysia are to expand their bilateral cooperation through a new joint research and academic programme. Faculty members from the two institutions are currently processing material on the trip to Borneo by János Xántus in 1870, documenting the experiences of the famous Hungarian traveller and naturalist in two volumes both in English and Hungarian.