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Conference talks on my personal website.


  • Modes of religiosity and the history of Jewish rituals.
    Conference on Interpreting Rituals: Historiographical Perspectives and Pluralistic Contexts. Leiden University, October 29-31, 2018. Abstract and slides.
  • Early Modern Christian Hebrew: A hitherto overlooked variety of Medieval Hebrew.
    XIth Congress of the European Association for Jewish Studies (EAJS 2018). Kraków, July 19, 2018. Abstract.
  • A “postcolonial” reading of Neolog Judaism in Hungary.
    XIth Congress of the European Association for Jewish Studies (EAJS 2018). Kraków, July 16, 2018. Abstract.
  • “Whoever did not see the Rejoicing of the House of Drawing never saw rejoicing in his lifetime” (mSukkah 5:1):
    The role of high-arousal memories in post-destruction Judaism.
    Workshop “Personal and Social Emotions in Rabbinic Literature: Methods and Approaches”.
    University of Groningen, Netherlands, May 24–25, 2018. Slides.
  • Optimality Theoretical morphology for hybrid grammars: Implementing Burzio’s Output-Output Faithfulness.
    18th International Morphology Meeting (IMM18), Budapest, May 10–13, 2018. Abstract and slides.
  • What can we learn from implementing Optimality Theory?
    PTA workshop on ‘The importance of formalization in phonology’ at GLOW 41. April 14, 2018. Abstract and slides.
  • From Harmonic Grammar to Optimality Theory: Production and maturation in q-HG.
    Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW 41). April 11, 2018. Abstract and poster.
  • Andrea G√∂tz, Tam√°s Bir√≥, Szandra Juh√°sz, Korn√©lia Koltai and J√≥zsef Zsengell√©r:
    Magyar peregrinusok h√©ber k√∂sz√∂ntŇĎversei a 17. sz√°zadban
    [Hebrew Carmina Gratulatoria by Hungarian Peregrines in the 17th Century].
    Hungarian Hebrew Studies Conference. February 8, 2018. Poster and abstract [in Hungarian].
  • Honnan sz√°rmazik az √°b√©c√©nk? S√©mi nyelvek, s√©mi √≠r√°sok a hebraisztika szakon.
    [Where does our alphabet come from? Semitic languages and Semitic scripts in the Hebrew studies programme]
    ‘Open day’ at the Faculty of Humanities of ELTE (for prospective students). January 26, 2018. Slides.