Mitja Trojar, PhD

Research Assistant, Researcher in the field of History of Linguistics



+386 01 200 60 04

mitja.trojar@zrc-sazu.si

Novi trg 4 (3rd floor)



Researcher's IDs
35533 (ARRS)

Mitja Trojar (1985) is a researcher at the Fran Ramovš Institute of the Slovenian Language. His research focusses on historical linguistics, history of linguistics, history of linguistic terminology and terminology in general. He participates in the compilation of the Dictionary of the 16th-Century Slovenian Literary Language (Vol. II).

Research Areas

  • history of linguistic terminology
  • history of linguistics
  • terminology
  • historical of linguistics

Education, Academic and Scientific Titles

  • 2018–: PhD assistant researcher, ZRC SAZU, Fran Ramovš Institute of the Slovenian Language
  • 2017: PHD thesis: Development of Slovenian Linguistic Terminology in Slovenian Grammars in the 18th and 19th Centuries (Razvoj slovenske jezikoslovne terminologije v slovenskih slovnicah v 18. in 19. stoletju), University of Nova Gorica
  • 2012: BA degree in interlingual mediation, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana
  • 2010: BA degree in French and general linguistics, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana

Employments, Leadership Positions and Competences

Employments:

  • 2012–: ZRC SAZU, Fran Ramovš Institute of the Slovenian Language

 

Leadership Positions:

  • 2013–: co-editor of the Terminological Dictionary of Animal Science (together with Simon Atelšek)
  • 2012–2021: co-editor of the Terminological Dictionary of Concrete Structures (together with Mojca Žagar Karer)

Work in Editorial Boards and Expert Commissions

  • 2015–2021: member of the editorial board of Terminological Counselling

Outstanding Achievements, Awards and Grants

  • 2012: Friar Stanislav Škrabec Foundation grant
Friar Stanislav Škrabec Foundation grant (2012)
Research areas
Linguistics H350
Lexicology H353
History of language H355
Applied linguistics, foreign languages teaching, sociolinguistics H360

Keywords
history of linguistics • linguistic terminology • terminology • grammaticography