Research fellow, researcher in the project Dictionary of the 16th-Century Slovenian Literary Language

Phone:
+386 1 200 60 06
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Location:
Wolfova ulica 8 (2nd floor)
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Researcher's IDs:
32210 (ARRS)
0000-0002-4925-4197 (ORCID)
55786431600 (Scopus)
Research interests

Metod Čepar (17 October 1985) is researcher at the Section for the History of the Slovenian Language at the Fran Ramovš Institute of the Slovenian Language. His research focusses on historic morphology of the Slovene language. He participates in the making of the Dictionary of the 16th-Century Slovenian Literary Language. He is also expert for Slovak and Bulgarian language.

Research areas

  • historical lexicography
  • lexicology
  • historical linguistics
  • historical morphology

Education, academic and scientific research title

  • 2017: research fellow, ZRC SAZU, Fran Ramovš Institute of the Slovenian Language
  • 2013: PhD thesis: Praslovanski ijevski samostalniki moškega spola v slovenskem knjižnem jeziku 16. stoletja (Proto-slavic Masculine I-nouns in the 16th-Century Slovenian Literary Language), Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana
  • 2009: MA: Proto-Slavic comparative linguistics – Slovak language and literature, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana
  • 2004: matura exam, Škofijska klasična gimnazija, Ljubljana

Employments, Leadership Positions and Competences

Employments:

  • 2009–: Fran Ramovš Institute of the Slovenian Language

Outstanding Achievements, Awards and Grants

  • 2010: corresponding member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and Arts (BANI – bălgarskata akademija na nauki i izkustva) because of the contribution in promotion of Bulgarian culture and literature abroad

Research areas

Linguistics H350 • Lexicology H353 • History of language H355 

Keywords

Historical linguistics • lexicology • historical morphology