Research: editing of the Dictionary of Slovene protestant writers of the 16th century (Slovar slovenskih protestantskih piscev 16. stoletja)

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Research interests

Metod Čepar’s main research focus is on nominal declensions in Slovene literary language of the 16th century. His research interests also include onomastics (toponyms and house names in the village of Barka in Brkini) and comparative Slavic linguistics (development of nominal declension from Proto-Slavic to Western Slovak Lower Trencin dialect).

He participates in the Google project – the preparation of a corpus of old Slovene.

Selected publications

ČEPAR, Metod. Ledinska in hišna imena v vasi Barka v Brkinih. Diplomsko delo. Ljubljana, 2009.

ČEPAR, Metod. Vývin skloňovania podstatných mien z praslovančiny do dolnotrečianskeho nárečia. Diplomsko delo. Ljubljana, 2009.

ČEPAR, Metod. Zvyšky duálu v slovenčine v porovnaní so slovinčinou. In NEMCOVÁ, Emília (ed.), GREGORÍK, Peter (ed.). Rara avis. Zborník zo 4. medzinárodnej konferencie študentov a doktorandov, Trnava 26.-27. Apríl 2007. Trnava: Filozofická fakulta Univerzity sv. Cyrila a Metoda, Katedra slovenského jazyka a literatúry, 2007, pp. 50–53.

Curriculum Vitae

Born: 17 October 1985 in Ljubljana.

2007/2008 in the winter semester, studied (under the Erasmus exchange programme) at Constantine the Philosopher University (Univerzita Konštantína Filozofa), Nitra, Slovakia.

2009: graduated (BA Hons.) from the Department of Slavic Languages and Literature (Slovak and Comparative Slavic Linguistics), Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana.

Since October 2009: employed in the Section for Historical Dictionaries at the Fran Ramovš Institute of the Slovenian Language, ZRC SAZU.

Research areas

Linguistics H350 • Lexicology H353 • Onomastics H370 • Comparative linguistics H380 

Keywords

history of the Slovene literary language • onomastics • Slovak language studies