Dániel Zoltán Kádár 教授-外国语言学及应用语言学研究中心

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Curriculum Vitae



 

Dániel Zoltán Kádár, Professor, D.Litt, FHEA, Habil., Ph.D., MA

 

Research Professor of Pragmatics

Chair, Centre for Pragmatics Research

Team Leader, MTA Momentum Interactional Ritual Research Group

Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

 

Professor (visiting, with PhD supervision duties)

Department of English and Media

Anglia Ruskin University

 

Yunshan Chair Professor

National Key Research Centre for Linguistics and Applied Linguistics

Guangdong University of Foreign Studies

 

Zijin Professor

Department of Foreign Languages

Nanjing University of Science and Technology

 

Visiting Professor

Beijing University of Foreign Studies & Fujian Normal University

 

Office Address:

Benczur utca 33, Budapest, Hungary H-1068

 

E-Mail:       daniel.z.kadar@nytud.mta.hu ; postgradpoliteness@gmail.com (private)

Websites: http://www.nytud.hu/depts/tlp/kadarz/index.html

              http://clal.gdufs.edu.cn/info/1016/1461.htm

 

Researchgate:   https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Daniel_Kadar

Google Scholar:       https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=p0DBpT8AAAAJ&hl=en

 

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Date and Place of Birth:

       July 20, 1979, Budapest

Citizenship:

       Hungarian

       Permanent resident of the United Kingdom

Secondary Education:

       Baár-Madas Lutheran High School, Budapest (1993–1997)

Family Status:

Married (wife: Keiko Todo, Japanese citizen), two children (Naoka Nóra, Sakura Zita)

 

 

EDUCATION/QUALIFICATIONS

2015     Doctor of Letters. Higher Doctoral Degree, conferred by the University of Huddersfield, UK

 

2018     Habiliation: University of Szeged, Hungary.

 

2013      Fellow of Higher Education Academy, UK.

 

2011      Habilitation: Taiwanese Ministry of Education’s Qualification as Associate Professor (中華

民國教育部副教授證書), Area of specialisation: Linguistics

 

2006      Ph.D. (Hons.) in Linguistics, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

       Specialisation in Chinese sociolinguistics and intercultural politeness (2002–2006)

 

2002      M.A. (Hons.) in East Asian Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

Specialisation in Chinese linguistics (1997–2002)

 

 

LANGUAGES

Hungarian (native speaker)

English (native-like competence)

Chinese (communicatively competent, especially in Mandarin and highly conversant in Classic Chinese)

Japanese (communicatively competent particular in spoken Japanese given time spent in the country and family relations)

 

 

AREAS OF RESEARCH

interpersonal pragmatics, intercultural pragmatics, historical pragmatics, linguistic politeness research, ritual language, East Asian studies (with focus on Chinese and Japanese), language aggression

 

 

EMPLOYMENT

 

Currently

§    2017– (employed in senior position since 2014)

Research Professor & Director of Research Group

Department of Theoretical Linguistics, Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Duties:

Research leadership, including the line management of full-time staff members and a part-time research group member

Allocation of workloads

Budgeting

Directing grant applications

Supervising PhD work

 

§    2018–

Professor (adjunct, in part-time function)

Department of English, Anglia Ruskin University

Duties:

            PhD supervision

            Teaching specialist classes

            Academic collaboration

 

§    2015–

Yunshan Chair Professor

National Key Research Centre for Linguistics and Applied Linguistics

Guangdong University of Foreign Studies

Duties include advisory activity, research supervision, grant application and teaching a small number of specialist classes to postgraduate students.

 

§    2017–

Zijin Professor

Department of Foreign Studies

Nanjing University of Science and Technology

Duties include advisory activity, research supervision, grant application and teaching a small number of specialist classes to graduate students.

 

 

§    2017–

Adjunct Professor

         North China Electric Power University

 

Previously

§    2012–2017

Professor of English Language and Linguistics & Director of the Centre for Advanced Studies in Pragmatics and Interaction

Department of English Linguistics and Foreign Languages

School of Humanities, Music and Media

University of Huddersfield

Duties:      Departmental co-ordinator of international academic matters & prestige indicators

            Until 2017: Postgraduate admissions

Panel Member: School Research Coordinators

Course Leader MA Intercultural Communication, MA Business English and Intercultural Communication

Modules taught: Introduction to Intercultural Communication (BA, foundation); Relations Across Cultures (BA, final year), Intercultural and Business Communication (MA), Child Language (BA), Interaction in English (MA)

 

§    2014–2016

Reader, then Research Professor

Department of Theoretical Linguistics,

Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

 

§    2010–2012

Associate Professor in Linguistics

Department of Foreign Linguistics and Literature, School of Social Sciences

Ya-Chou University, Taiwan

Seminars taught: “Introduction to Linguistics” (語言學概論); “Language in Society” (語言與社會, graduate course); “Sociolinguistic Research” (社會語言學研究, graduate course); “Academic Writing”

Students: undergraduates and graduates

Language of education: Chinese/English

 

§    2010–2012

Senior Lecturer (Research Fellow)

Department of Oriental Studies, Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

& Department of Theoretical Linguistics,

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Eötvös Loránd University

Seminars taught: “Discourse and Conversation”; “Sociopragmatics”; “Descriptive Japanese Grammar”

Students: undergraduates, graduates and postgraduates

Language of education: English/Hungarian

 

§    2008–2010

Posdoctoral Research Fellow

Department of Oriental Studies, Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

 

§    2004–2008

Project Co-director

Department of Oriental Studies, Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Responsibilities: research, administrative and organising duties, publication of volumes and peer-reviewed research papers, and participation in international conferences

 

§    2003–2008

Assistant Professor (Acting Head 2006–2008)

Department of Chinese Language and Culture, Budapest College of Buddhist and Oriental Studies

Courses include “Introduction to Linguistics 1-2”; “Modern Chinese Grammar 1-6”; “Historical Chinese Linguistics”; “Reading and Writing Research Papers in English and Chinese”; “M.A. Thesis Consultation”

Students: undergraduates and graduates

Language of education: Hungarian/English

 

§    2003–2006

Lecturer

Department of East Asian Studies, Eötvös Loránd University

Courses include “Introduction to Politeness in East Asia”, “Gendered Speech in Chinese”, “Reading Vernacular Chinese Texts”, “Vernacular Chinese Grammar”

Students: undergraduates and graduates

Language of education: Hungarian

 

Short-term international visits/lectures

§    2014 April – As guest professor invited via an EU Grant Scheme

Department of English Linguistics, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland

 

§    2010 May–June

Department of Foreign Languages, School of Social Sciences and Humanities, Asia University, Taiwan

 

§    2009 January

Department of Linguistics, School of Humanities,

The National University of Singapore

 

§    2008 Summer

Department of Linguistics, School of Humanities,

The University of Hong Kong

 

§    2007 Summer

Linguistics Program, School of Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

 

§    2007 April

Graduate School of Chinese Studies, Centre of Language Studies, Kanagawa University, Japan

 

§    2004 (Spring Semester, 6 months)

Department of Linguistics, Fudan University, Shanghai

 

§    2003 Spring

SOAS Library & British Library, UK

 

 

MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE

§  Managing budgets

§  Line management of junior colleagues

§  Mentoring colleagues

§  Conducting research audits

§  Mentoring grant applicants

§  Course design

§  Quality assurance for grants

 

 

POSITIONS IN ACADEMIC ASSOCIATIONS

Since 2015

       Honorary Board Member, China Pragmatics Association

 

Since 2013:                                                                          Executive Board Member, European Association of Chinese Linguistics

 

Since 2013:                                                                          Management Group Member, Linguistic Politeness Research Group, UK

 

Since 2014:

International Scientific Panel Member, European Network for Intercultural Education Activities

 

Other memberships

International Pragmatics Association

European Association of Chinese Studies

British Association of Applied Linguistics

The Public Body of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

 

GRADUATE & POSTGRADUATE SUPERVISION & PARTICIPATION AT POSTGRADUATE VIVAS

§    2012–

Main PhD supervisor (student’s name and area of research):

1. Liz Marsden – Email communication and (im)politeness

2. Xiaoyi Bi – Chinese impoliteness and CMC

3. Melvin de la Cruz – Historical politeness

4. Khalid Ali Rababah – Euphemisms and ritual

5. Ibrahim Thaher – Slang in Jordanian Arabic

6. Khaled Oraby – Rituals in Arabic

7. Kamontip Klaibanmai – Academic language and metapragmatics

8. Puyu Ning – intercultural pragmatics (with Balazs Suranyi at Pazmany Peter Catholic Univeristy, Budapest)

9. Abeer Malkawi – rituals (with Ken Turner, University of Brighton)

Co-supervisor: Faisal Alzawaideh, Muhtaram Al Owaidi

 

Successful defenses/awards:

1. Grace Chew Chye Lay – Historical Vietnamese politeness

2. Murad Sawalmeh – Contrastive rhetoric

3. Kricia Baretto – Politeness theory

4. Beatrice Owiti – Language in the courtroom in Dhulou

5. Chunyao Zhao – Stereotypes in Chinese

6. Norwanto Norwanto – A 3rd wave model of Javanese politeness

7. May Asswae – Politeness in Libyan Arabic

8. Chengyu Zhuang – Historical Chinese face

 

 

         MA by research

         Nichola Roberts – politeness and healthcare

 

2010–2012

Supervising Yin-Chu Chen (graduated), Cheng-hsing Chen (graduated), Sunisa Sae-tung (graduated), Yu-hsiang Lin, Mei-chiung Chen, Lu Jui-chi (graduated), Masters Programme, Department of Foreign Linguistics and Literature, Asia University

 

2007–2008

Supervising Ildikó Sárközi (Hungarian citizen), Masters Programme, Department of Chinese Language and Culture, Budapest College of Buddhist and Oriental Studies

 

§    2016, External examiner, Hyangmi Choi, University of York

§    2016, Internal examiner, Aziza Ghagam’s viva, University of Huddersfield

§    2015, External board member, Zhu Min’s viva, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest

§    2015, Head of viva, Mao Ye’s viva, University of Huddersfield

§    2014, External board member, Nattana Leelaharattanarak’s viva, University of Surrey

§    2014, PhD confirmation panel, external member, William Cheung’s viva, Lancaster University

§    2014, Internal examiner, Lisa Jones’ MA, University of Huddersfield

§    2014, External board member, Dan Jiang’s viva, SOAS, London

§    2014, External board member, Anett Gulyas’s viva, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest

§    2014, External examiner, Han-Shiou Yang, The Use of Questions and Their Consequences in Media Discourse, University of Brighton

§    2013, External examiner, Adelaine Koh, Politeness in Singaporean and Japanese Service Encounters, Department of English Language and Linguistics, The National University of Singapore

§    2013, External examiner, Hou Zhitao, First Person Deixis in Zuo Zhuan 〈左传〉自称研究 (in Chinese), Department of Chinese, The National University of Singapore

§    2013 Internal examiner of Piyanoot Rattankool, Politeness in Diplomatic Talk, University of Huddersfield

§    2013 External examiner, Nina Keawseangtham: Polite Refusals and Impression Management of Thai High School Students in North Eastern of Thailand, Department of Sociology, University of Leicester

§    2011 August External examiner, Malgorzata Suszczynska: Remedial Work in Hungarian, Szeged, University of Szeged

 

 

AWARDS

§    2017 March, December

2 times Nominee of “Thank You Award” (student satisfaction award at the University of Huddersfield)

 

§    2011 June

Memorial Plaquette of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences on the occasion of Bestowing the Bolyai Janos Research Grant

 

§    2010 March

Award for Young Outstanding Scholars, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

The Award’s details were published in the Official Journal of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2010) LIX/4, p. 122

 

EXTERNAL CONSULTANCY

2018   Grant evaluator, German Israel Foundation, Israel

 

2017   External member of promotion board, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, US

 

2016    International promotion board advisory member, Mu’tah University, Jordan

 

2015    External reviewer, National Science Foundation, U.S.

 

2015    Promotion board advisory member, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, U.S.

 

2015    External grant assessor, Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange, Taiwan

 

2015    External assessor, Hungarian National Junior Research Competition (OTDK)

 

2015    External Assessor, Periodic Review of MAs in Intercultural Communication with International Business and Communication and International Marketing, University of Surrey

 

2015-2017  External examiner for the PG provision in Linguistics and English Language, University of Brighton

 

2015    External grant assessor, The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO, the Dutch Research Council)

 

2014    International grant assessor, Research Council, University of Leuven, Belgium

 

2013    External Academic Member, Promotion Board, Department of Chinese Studies, The National University of Singapore

 

2013    External Reader for Research Excellence Framework outputs, Humanities Research Centre, Sheffield Hallam University, UK

 

2012    Advisor, Journal Classification Committee, Department of Chinese Studies, The National University of Singapore

 

 

EDITORIAL & BOARD Positions

Since 2018:       Editor-in-chief, Edinburgh Series in Sociopragmatics, an academic book series of 20 thematically related volumes, Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press

 

Since 2014:       Editor-in-chief (with Xinren Chen and Jef Verschueren), East Asian Pragmatics international journal, London, Equinox

 

Since 2010:           Series Editor (with Eniko Németh T. and Károly Bibok), Pragmatic Interfaces series, London, Equinox

 

Since 2018:       Editorial Board Member, Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict, Amsterdam: John Benjamins

 

Since 2017:     Advisory Board Member, International Journal of Language Studies.

 

 

Since 2017:     Advisory Board Member, Advances in (Im)Politeness Studies. New York: Springer (Chaoqun Xie ed.)

 

Since 2017:      Board Member, Foreign Language and Literature Studies (外国语言文学), Fujian Normal University (Chaoqun Xie ed.)

 

Since 2016:       Advisory Board Member, Sinología Hispanica (西班牙新汉学), Confucius Institute Headquarters (Hanban), China; Confucius Institute, University of Leon, Spain (Qiuyang Li ed.)

 

Since 2013        Advisory Board Member, Journal of Politeness Research, Berlin and New York, Mouton de Gruyter

 

Since 2013        Advisory Board Member, 当代西方语言学前沿理论研究与应用探 (Cutting Edge Research and Practical Inquiries into Contemporary Western Linguistics) Book Series, Beijing, Foreign Language Teaching and Research  Press 

(Xinren Chen ed.)

 

Since 2012        Advisory Board Member, Linguistics Applied – International Journal of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, Kazimierz Wielki University Publishing House, Bydgoszcz, Poland

 

Since 2012        Advisory Board Member, Interfaces. Bydgoszcz Studies in Language, Mind and Translation Series, Berne, Peter Lang (Anna Baczkowska ed.)

 

Since 2012:       Editorial Board (Review Committee) Member, Silva Iaponicarum, (Editor-in-Chief: Arkadiusz Jablonski), Adam Mickiewicz University

 

Since 2011:       Editorial Board Member, Chinese as a Second Language Research (Editors-in-Chief: Istvan Kecskes and Lizhen Peng, Berlin & New York, Mouton de Gruyter

 

Since 2009:      Editorial Board Member, Journal of Chinese Language and Discourse, Amsterdam & Philadelphia, John Benjamins

 

Regular reviewer for the following journals/book series:

Journal of Pragmatics, Pragmatics, Pragmatics and Society, Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, Journal of Historical Pragmatics, Multicultural Discourses, Issues in Applied Linguistics, Gender and Language, Space and Culture, Chinese Linguistics

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

Monographs

In progress:

1.      2020      The Language of Ritual. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (signed author

contract)

 

2.      2019      with Helen Spencer-Oatey: Intercultural Politeness: Culture, Sociality and Offensiveness.

Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (signed author contract)

 

3.      2019       with Jiayi Wang: The Changing Faces of Im/politeness in Modern Chinese.  Edinburgh

University Press, Edinburgh (signed author contract)

 

4.      2018      with Rosina Marquez-Reiter: Leveraging Relational Practices.

Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (signed author contract)

 

5.      2018     with Michael Haugh: The Metapragmatics of Politeness. Cambridge University

Press, Cambridge

 

Published

6.      2017       Politeness, Impoliteness, and Ritual: Managing the Moral Order in Interpersonal Interaction.

Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

              ISBN: 9781107052185, 262 pp.

7.      2013       with Michael Haugh: Understanding Politeness, Cambridge University Press,

Cambridge

ISBN: 9781107626942, 330 pp.

 

8.      2013       Relational Rituals and Communication: Ritual Interaction in Groups, Palgrave

Macmillan, Basingstoke

ISBN: 9780230393042, 224 pp.

Published as 《交际中的人际关系仪式》by Peking University Press, Beijing

 

9.      2011       co-written with Yuling Pan: Politeness in Historical and Contemporary Chinese,

Continuum, London & New York 

Hardcover, ISBN: 9781847062758, 202 pp.

 

10.  2010       Historical Chinese Letter Writing, Continuum, London & New York 

              Hardcover, ISBN: 0826430880, ISBN 13: 9780826430885, 288+xviii pp.

              Softcover (2011), ISBN: 9781441180360

 

11.  2007       Terms of (Im)politeness, A Study of the Communicational Properties of Traditional Chinese

(Im)polite Terms of Address, Eötvös Loránd University Press, Budapest

Hardcover, ISBN: 9789634639374, 187+xiii pp.

 

Translations

12.  2011       Gaku-kanwa: A Ryūkyūan Source of Language Education (with the preface of Patrick

Heinrich), CSP, Newcastle

              Hardcover, ISBN: 978-1-4438-2950-2, 135 pp.

 

13.   2009     Model Letters in Late Imperial China: 60 Selected Epistles from ‘Letters of Snow Swan

Retreat’, Lincom GmbH, München & Newcastle

              Paperback, ISBN: 9783929075625, 240+iii pp.

 

 

Edited volumes

In progress:

14.  2019      with Michael Haugh and Marina Terkourafi: The Cambridge Handbook of

Sociopragmatics. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

 

15.  2019       with Vahid Parvaresh: Language Aggression and Moral Order(s), special issue of

Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict, John Benjamins

 

16.  2019       with Peter Bull and Yongping Ran: The Pragmatics of Ritual, special issue of

Pragmatics, Elsevier

 

Published:

17.  2016       with Michael Haugh and Jonathan Culpeper: The Palgrave Handbook of Linguistic

(Im)Politeness, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke

 

18.  2013       with Michael Haugh and Sara Mills: Interpersonal Pragmatics, special

issue of Journal of Pragmatics, Elsevier

      

19.  2012       with Yuling Pan: Chinese Face and (Im)politeness, Special Issue of Journal of

Politeness Research, Vol.8/1, Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin & New York

 

20.  2012       with Marcel Bax and Dániel Z.: The Historical Understanding of Historical (Im)politeness.

John Benjamins, Amsterdam & Philadelphia, Current Topics in Pragmatics Series (book version of 14 below)

 

21.  2011            with Yuling Pan: Chinese Discourse and Interaction, Equinox, London                    Hardcover, ISBN: 9781845536329, 320 pp

 

22.  2011       with Marcel Bax: The Historical Understanding of Historical (Im)politeness, Double

Special Issue of Journal of Historical Pragmatics, Vol.12/1, 2, John Benjamins,

Amsterdam & Philadelphia

ISSN: 1566-5852, 319 pp.

 

23.  2011      with Sara Mills: Politeness in East Asia, Cambridge University Press,

Cambridge

                        ISBN: 9781107007062

 

24.  2011      with Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini: Politeness across Cultures, Palgrave

Macmillan, Basingstoke

                          Hardcover, ISBN: 978-0-230-23648-6, 274 pp.

 

25.  2011       with Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini: Institutional Politeness in (South) East Asia,

Special Issue Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, Vol.21/2, John Benjamins,

Amsterdam & Philadelphia

ISSN: 09576851, 160 pp.

 

26.  2010       with Jonathan Culpeper: Historical (Im)politeness, Peter Lang, Bern

Paperback, ISBN: 14248689, ISBN 13: 9783039114962, Linguistic Insights Series 57, 300 pp.

 

27.  2008       with Hao Sun: It’s the Dragon’s Turn, Chinese Institutional Discourses, Peter

Lang, Bern

Paperback, ISBN: 978-3-03911-175-6, 262 pp., Linguistic Insights Series 48 

 

Papers in peer-reviewed journals

In press:

28.  2018       Perceived breaches of norms of language behaviour, meta-reflective assessments

and the moral order – The context of workplace dismissals’, Journal of

Cross-cultural Psychology

 

29.  2018       with Saeko Fukushima: ‘The meta-conventionalisation of e-practices: A Japanese

case-study’, Internet Pragmatics

 

30.  2018       with Puyu Ning and Yongping Ran: ‘Ritual public apology – A case study of

Chinese, submitted to Discourse, Context & Media

 

31.  Published:

32.  2018       with Liz Marsden: ‘The pragmatics of mimesis – A case-study from intercultural

communication’, FLEKS, Scandinavian Journal of Intercultural Theory and Practice 4.1

 

33.   2017     ‘The role of ideology in evaluations of (in)appropriate behaviour in student-

teacher relationships in China’, Pragmatics 27.1: 33– 56.

 

34.  2016.      with Siân Robinson Davies: ‘Ritual, aggression and participatory ambiguity: A case

study of heckling’, Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict 4.2: 202–233.

 

35.  2016      with Luca Németh, and Michael Haugh: Nyelvi udvariasság/udvariatlanság és

metapragmatika (Linguistic politeness, impoliteness and metapragmatics). Filológia.hu (Philology) 6/7.1-4: 4–27.

 

36.  2016      Postscript. Special Issue – Politeness in Ancient Languages, Journal of Politeness

Research 12.2: 291–294.

 

37.  2016.     with Zhou Ling 周凌: 面子研究的传承与嬗变 The inheritence and change of

face research. Waiyu yanjiu 外语研究 (Foreign Languages Research) 157(3): 26–30.

 

38.  2016       with Melvin De La Cruz: ‘Rituals of outspokenness and verbal conflict’, accepted

for publication in Pragmatics and Society 7(2): 265–290.

 

39.  2016       with Helen Spencer-Oatey: The bases of (im)politeness evaluations: Culture, the

moral order and the East-West divide’. East Asian Pragmatics 1.1: 75–108.

 

40.  2016       with Xinren Chen and Jef Verschueren: Editorial’. East Asian Pragmatics 1.1:

1–4.

 

41.  2016       A bekiabálás vizsgálata mimetikus és személyközi nézőpontból (Exploring

heckling from a mimetic point of view). Argumentum 12: 1–31

 

42.  2015       with Annick Paternoster: On the role of historical analysis in

metapragmatics: A study on ‘discernment’ , Pragmatics 25(3): 369–391.

 

43.  2015      Identity and ritual action. International Review of  Pragmatics 7.2.: 278–

307.

 

44.  2015       with Rosina Marquez Reiter: (Im)politeness and (im)morality: Insights from

intervention’, The 10th Anniversary Issue of Journal of Politeness Research 11(2): 239–260

45.  2015      with Yongping Ran: ‘Ritual in intercultural contact: A case study of heckling’,

accepted for publication in Journal of Pragmatics 77: 41–55.

 

46.  2014       Heckling – A mimetic-interpersonal perspective. Journal of Language

Aggression and Conflict 2(1): 1–35.

 

47.  2013       with Michael Haugh and Sara Mills: ‘Interpersonal pragmatics: issues and debates’,

Journal of Pragmatics, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pragma.2013.09.009

48.  2013      with Marcel Bax: ‘In-group ritual and relational work’, Journal of

Pragmatics, eds. Michael Haugh, Dániel Z. Kádár & Sara Mills

doi 10.1016/j.pragma.2013.03.011

 

49.  2013       with Michael Haugh and Weilin Chang: ‘Identities and Relational Practices in

Chinese Online Discussion Boards’, Pramgatics 25(1): 73 – 97, Special Issue:

(Im)politeness, eds. Miriam Locher, Brook Bolander & Nicole Hoehn

 

26.  2013       with Sara Mills: ‘Re-thinking discernment’, Journal of Politeness Research,

pp. 133-158. Vol.9/2 DOI 10.1515/pr-2013-0007.

 

27.  2013       with Michael Haugh and Weilin Chang: ‘Aggression in mainland Chinese and

Taiwanese CMC discussion lists’, Multilingua, pp. 343-372. Vol.33/3. doi 10.1515/multi-2013-0016.

 

28.  2012       with Yuling Pan: ‘“Face” and politeness in Chinese: An introduction’, Journal

of Politeness Research, Special Issue: Chinese Face and (Im)politeness, eds. Yuling Pan & Dániel Z. Kádár, pp. 1–10, Vol.8/1

 

29.  2012       ‘Historical Chinese politeness and rhetoric. A case study of epistolary refusals’,

Journal of Politeness Research, Special Issue: Chinese Face and (Im)politeness, eds. Yuling Pan & Dániel Z. Kádár, pp. 93–110, Vol.8/1

 

30.  2011       人情中文敬謙稱漢語中的敬语转换研究 [‘Emotions and

Chinese honorific language – A study of historical Chinese vocative shifts’],

國語文研究 (Studies in Linguistics and Literature [Nanjing University 南京大學]),

pp. 26–40, Vol. 2

 

31.  2011      with Yuling Pan: ‘Contemporary vs. historical Chinese politeness’, Journal of

Pragmatics, Special Issue: Postcolonial Pragmatics, eds. Richard W. Janney & Eric

Anchimbe, pp. 1528–1539, Vol.43/6

 

32.  2011       with Sükriye Ruhi: ‘Expressing through face: A historical perspective from

Turkish and Chinese’, in Journal of Historical Pragmatics, Double Special Issue: The Historical Understanding of Historical (Im)politeness, eds. Marcel Bax and Dániel Z. Kádár, pp. 25–48, Vol.12/1-2

 

33.  2011       with Marcel Bax: ‘The historical understanding of historical (im)politeness:

Introductory notes’, in. Journal of Historical Pragmatics, Double Special Issue: The Historical Understanding of Historical (Im)politeness, eds. Marcel Bax and Dániel Z. Kádár, pp. 1–24, Vol.12/1-2

 

34.  2011       ‘A graphic-semiotic analysis of the Chinese multimodal elevation and denigration

phenomenon’, US-China Foreign Language (美中外語), pp. 77–88, Vol. 9/2

 

35.  2011       with Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini: ‘Institutional politeness in (South) East Asia:

An introduction’, Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, Special Issue: 

Institutional Politeness in (South) East Asia, eds. Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini &

Dániel Z. Kádár, pp. 1–9, Vol.20/2

 

36.  2007      ‘On historical Chinese apology and its strategic application’, Journal of

Politeness Research, Special Issue: Apology, eds. Karen Grainger and Sandra

Harris, pp. 125–150, Vol.3/1

 

37.  2007      ‘On historical Chinese vocative shifts: a discourse analytic study’, Ming Qing

Yanjiu 研究 (Journal of Ming and Qing Studies), pp. 96–132, Vol.14

 

38.  2007       ‘考察近代漢語有禮和無禮稱謂用語的對話解釋 [‘On the interactional

interpretation of deferential and rude vocatives in early modern vernacular

Chinese texts’], Asian and African Studies, Special Issue: Languages and Realities of China and Japan, ed. Maja Veslic, pp. 1–20, Vol.12/3

 

39.  2005       ‘The powerful and the powerless – on the classification of the Chinese polite

denigrating/elevating addressing terminology’, Acta Orientalia Hungarica,

pp. 421–443, Vol.58/4

 

40.  2005      從語用學的角度看中國的「禮貌格言」-重考中國「輕自」現象

Examining the Chinese ‘politeness maxim’ from a pragmatic perspective;

reconsidering the ‘self-denigration’ phenomenon)’,Qinghai minzu xueyuan xuebao 青海民族學院學報, pp. 61–63, Vol.121

 

 

Handbook chapters

41.  2017      ‘Politeness’ Robin Clark (ed.) The Oxford Research Encyclopedia. Oxford

University Press, Oxford

 

42.  2017             Politeness and impoliteness in Chinese discourse, in Chris Shei (ed.) Routledge

Handbook of Chinese Discourse Analysis, London, Routledge

43.  2017       with Jonathan Culpeper, and Michael Haugh: ‘Introduction’ pp. 1–8, in eds.

Jonathan Culpeper, Michael Haugh, and Dániel Z. Kádár, The Palgrave Handbook of

Linguistic Politeness, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan

        DOI 10.1057/978-1-137-37508-7_1

 

44.  2017       with Michael Haugh: ’Intercultural Politeness’, pp. 601–631 in eds. Jonathan

Culpeper, Michael Haugh, and Dániel Z. Kádár, The Palgrave Handbook of

Linguistic Politeness, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan

  DOI 10.1057/978-1-137-37508-7_23

 

45.  2017       with Marina Terkourafi: ‘Convention and ritual’, pp. 171–196, in eds. Jonathan

Culpeper, Michael Haugh, and Dániel Z. Kádár, The Palgrave Handbook of Linguistic Politeness, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan

DOI 10.1057/978-1-137-37508-7_8

 

46.  2016       ‘Chinese terms of address - Premodern’, pp. 299–302, in Rint Sybesma et al. eds.

Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics. Leiden: Brill.  

 

47.  2013       ‘Historical politeness’, pp. 1–34, in eds. Jef Verschueren and Jan-Ola Östman, The

Handbook of Pragmatics, John Benjamins, Amsterdam and Philadelphia

 

48.  2014       ‘Historical pragmatics’, in ed. Carole A. Chapelle, The Encyclopedia of Applied

Linguistics, Wiley-Blackwell, London

DOI: 10.1002/9781405198431.wbeal1413

49.  2014       ‘Language education, power, and cultural expansion in Ryukyu: Chinese kanwa

textbooks’, pp. 667–684, in. eds. Shinshi Miyara and Patrick Heinrich, Handbook of

Ryukyuan Languages, Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin

 

50.  2012       ‘Relational ritual’, pp. 1–48 in eds. Jef Verschueren and Jan-Ola Östman, The

Handbook of Pragmatics, John Benjamins, Amsterdam and Philadelphia

 

 

Chapters in peer-reviewed volumes

Forthc.

51.  2018       Interpreting ‘historicisation’ in the digital context: A historical

interpersonal interactional approach. In Mel Evans and Caroline Tagg (eds.) Historicizing the Digital. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

 

52.  2018       ‘Globalisation and politeness – A cross-cultural inquiry’. In: Pilar Blitvich and Eva

Ogiermann (eds.) Perspective on Politeness: Festschrift for Maria Sifianou. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

 

53.  2018      ‘Chinese Sociopragmatics’. In Linda Badan and Chiara Romagnioli

(eds.) Chinese Linguistics in Rome. Paris: Collection des Cahiers de Linguistique – Asie Orientale.

 

Published:

54.  2017      ‘Indirect ritual offence – A case of elusive impoliteness’, pp. 177–199,

In:  Cap, Piotr & Marta Dynel (Eds.) Implicitness: From Lexis to Discourse.

Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

 

55.  2016      Ritual in pragmatics. In: Yongping Ran (ed.) Applied Linguistics Research, Vol. 2.

Beijing: Higher Education Press (Gaodeng jiaoyi chubanshe), pp. 64–92.

 

56.  2015      with Rosina Marquez-Reiter and Sara Orthaber: Customers’ responses to

corporate social media marketing strategies. In: Elizabeth Christopher ed. International Management and Intercultural Communication: A Collection of Case Studies. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

 

57.  2013       with Michael Haugh: Understandings of politeness. In: Xinren Chen 陳新仁 ed.

Linguistic Politeness and Language Education (Yuyan limao yu yuyan jiaoyu 語言禮貌與

語言教育), Foreign Language Education and Research Press (Waiyu Jiaoxue yu Yanjiu Chubanshe 外語教學與研究出版社), Shanghai

 

58.  2012       ‘On the positive formation of Chinese group identity’, pp. 1–11, in eds. Yuling

Pan & Dániel Z. Kádár, Chinese Discourse and Interaction, Equinox, London

 

59.  2012       with Yuling Pan: ‘Chinese discourse and interaction – An introduction’, pp. 271–

291, in eds. Yuling Pan & Dániel Z. Kádár, Chinese Discourse and Interaction, Equinox, London

 

60.  2011       ‘Historical intercultural politeness – A case from the Ryūkyū Kingdom’, pp.

163–172, in ed. Robert McColl Millar & Mercedes Durham, Proceedings of the 2010 Conference of the British Association of Applied Linguistics, Scitsiugnil Press, London

 

 

61.  2011       with Sara Mills: ‘Culture and politeness’, pp. 21–44, in eds. Dániel Z. Kádár &

Sara Mills, Politeness in East Asia, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

 

62.  2011       with Sara Mills: ‘Politeness in East Asia: An introduction’, pp. 1–17, in eds. Dániel

Z. Kádár & Sara Mills, Politeness in East Asia, Cambridge University Press,

Cambridge

 

63.  2011       with Yuling Pan: ‘Politeness in China’, pp. 125–146. in eds. Dániel Z. Kádár &

Sara Mills, Politeness in East Asia, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

 

64.  2011       ‘Postscript’, pp. 247–264, in ed. Linguistic Politeness Research Group’, Discursive

Approaches to Politeness, Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin

 

65.  2011       ‘Introduction: Politeness research in and across cultures’, pp. 1–14, in eds.

Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini and Dániel Z. Kádár, Politeness across Cultures,

Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan

 

66.  2010       with Jonathan Culpeper: ‘Historical (im)politeness: An introduction’, pp. 9–35, in

eds. Jonathan Culpeper & Dániel Z. Kádár, Historical (Im)politeness, Peter Lang,

Bern 

 

67.  2010      ‘Exploring the historical Chinese denigration/elevation phenomenon’, pp. 117–

145, in eds. Jonathan Culpeper & Dániel Z. Kádár, Historical (Im)politeness, Peter

Lang, Bern 

 

68.  2008       ‘Power and (im)politeness in traditional Chinese criminal investigations’, pp. 127–

179, in eds. Hao Sun & Dániel Z. Kádár, It’s the Dragon’s Turn – Chinese

Institutional Discourses, Peter Lang, Bern

 

69.  2008       with Hao Sun: ‘Preface’, pp. 7–16, in eds. Hao Sun & Dániel Z. Kádár, It’s the

Dragon’s Turn – Chinese Institutional Discourses, Peter Lang, Bern

     

70.  2005      ‘Power and profit: the role of elevating/denigrating forms of address in pre-

modern Chinese business discourse’, pp. 21–56, in eds. Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini & Maurizio Gotti (eds.) Asian Business Discourse(s), Peter Lang, Bern

 

 

Online peer-reviewed articles

71.  2009       ‘Questions on discursive politeness research – A research report’,

              <http://research.shu.ac.uk/politeness/meetingdec09.html>

 

 

Reviews and review articles

72.  2007      ‘Gender Shifts in the History of English’, pp. 295–300, Gender and

Language, Vol.1/2

 

73.  2007      ‘Diachronic Perspectives on Address Term Systems’, pp. 159–164, Journal of

Politeness Research, Vol.3/1

 

74.  2006    ‘Written Communication across Cultures’, Linguist List, 17-1510

 

75.  2005      ‘New developments in baihua linguistics’, pp. 122–126, Acta Orientalia

Hungarica, Vol.57/1

 

Bibliographies

76.  2009       with  Jonathan Culpeper: Bibliography of Historical (Im)politeness, downloadable from

the New Website of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group:

<http://research.shu.ac.uk/politeness/bibliography.html>

 

77.  2009       with Yuling Pan: Bibliography of Chinese (Im)politeness, downloadable from

the New Website of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group:

<http://research.shu.ac.uk/politeness/bibliography.html>

 

Popular writings

78.  2014      Politeness in the globalised workplace. Communication Director 2014 – 01, 37–39.

 

79.  2012       The Two Faces of the Dragon: Linguistic Politeness – and Its Lack – in Chinese,

Babel, Vol. 1.

 

Lexicon entries

80.  2004      49 entries on Sinology, in Magyar Nagylexikon (Encyclopaedia Hungarica), Vol. 18,

Magyar Nagylexikon Kiadó, Budapest

 

 

 

GRANTS & SECURING FUNDING FROM COMMERCIAL ORGANISATIONS[1]

1.      July 2017 – June 2022

Principal Investigator, MTA Lendulet Research Grant (EUR 387,000)

 

2.      November 2016 – August 2018

Co-investigator, Interpersonal Pragmatic Competence Project (No. 16JJD74000) Chinese Ministry of Education Research Grand, in consortium with the Guangdong University of Foreign Studies. (£23,000)

 

3.      September 2016 – August 2019

Co-investigator, Humour in Taiwan, Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation Research Grant, in consortium with the University of Queensland, University of Wollongong, and National Taiwan Normal University. (£38,000)

 

4.      March 2015 – March 2016

Principal Investigator, Automatic detection of verbal threat in Hindi and English aggressive speech, UK and India Research Initiative (British Council), Thematic Partnership. Members of the research team working under my supervision include Jim O’Driscoll (Huddersfield), Liz Holt (Huddersfield), and Rosina Marquez Reiter (Surrey). (£7,400)

 

5.      October 2015 – October 2018

Principal Investigator, Collaborative Research Agreement Project, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies. (£23,000)

 

6.      September 2015 – August 2017

Co-investigator, Research on Evaluating Human Interactivity in Chinese New Media, Research Grant provided by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. PI: Doreen D. Wu. (£4,000)

 

7.      September 2014–August 2017

International Consultant, Le ragioni della cortesia Project, Swiss National Foundation (£2,000)

 

8.      March 2013 – August 2015

Co-Investigator (with Doreen Wu) of the long-term research project Investigating Online Chinese Communities and Their Patterns of Interaction
(Project Account No.: G-UA93), offered by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. (£4,000)

 

9.      September 2011–August 2014

Co-Investigator of the long-term research project Politeness in Taiwan supported by the Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation, Taiwan, and mutually hosted by the Griffith University, Brisbane and the Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. (£38,500)

 

10.  September 2011–August 2014

Principal Investigator of the long-term research project Taiwanese Linguistic Politeness supported by the Bolyai Janos Research Fellowship (Hungarian Academy of Sciences), and hosted by the Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. (£112,000)

 

11.  August 2008–July 2011

Recipient of the 3 year Postdoctoral Research Grant of the National Hungarian Research Fund (PD 71628); project title: “The Collapse and Birth of Linguistic Politeness Systems - Research of Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Chinese Politeness”; host institution: Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. (£57,500)

 

12.  August 2008–July 2011

Principal Investigator of the long-term research project The Collapse and Birth of Linguistics Politeness Systems: Research of the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Chinese Politeness supported by the Chiang Ching Kuo Foundation, Taiwan, and hosted by the Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. (£16,100)

 

13.  September 2007–July 2008

Co-Investigator (with Huba Bartos) of the project Discourse and Impoliteness supported by the Chiang Ching Kuo Foundation, Taiwan, and hosted by the Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (£4,000)

 

14.  September 2006–August 2007

Co-Investigator (with Huba Bartos) of the project Discourse and Politeness supported by the Chiang Ching Kuo Foundation, Taiwan, and hosted by the Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (£3,000)

 

15.  March 2006 – June 2006

Grantee of the Publication Grant of the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation to publish the monograph Terms of (Im)Politeness – A Study of the Communicational Properties of Traditional Chinese (Im)polite Terms of Address. Budapest: Department of East Asian Studies, Eötvös Loránd University Press (£1,500)

 

16.  September 2005–August 2006

Co-Investigator (with Huba Bartos) the project The Politeness of Chinese officials – A Study of Addressing Deviancies in Pre-modern Chinese Official Discourse supported by supported by the Chiang Ching Kuo Foundation, Taiwan, and hosted by the Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (£1,700)

 

17.  November 2005

Research and conference participation in Hua-lien, Taiwan, supported by the Dong-hwa University, Taiwan (ca. £1,000)

 

18.  September 2004 – August 2005

Co-Investigator (with Huba Bartos) of the project A Pragmatic Analysis of the Polite Self-denigration System of the Vernacular Chinese Language supported by the Chiang Ching Kuo Foundation, Taiwan, and hosted by the Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (£1,300)

 

Funding from commercial organisations

19.  May 2013

Recipient of £3,000, provided by Palgrave Macmillan international publishing house, to appoint an editorial assistant for the Palgrave Handbook of Linguistic Politeness, edited by Kádár, Haugh and Culpeper, and hosted by the Centre for Intercultural Politeness Research of the University of Huddersfield.  (£3,000)

 

Securing other forms of funding

20.  March 2013

Recipient, International Networking Fund, University of Huddersfield (£2,500)

 

 

Professional INTERNATIONAL courses (scholarships)

1.      1998–1999

Participant, Chinese Language and Culture Faculty, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China

(grant provided by the Ministry of Education, China, and the Ministry of Education,

Hungary)

 

2.      Summer 2002

Participant, Course for Foreign Chinese Language Teachers, Beijing Normal University (grant provided by the Ministry of Education, China, and the Ministry of Education, Hungary)

 

3.      Summer 2004

Participant, Japanese Language Course for Graduate Students and Researchers, Osaka, Kansai (scholarship provided by the Japan Foundation)

 

 

Organising COnferences/panels

1.      Co-organiser (with Ritesh Kumar) of the “First Workshop on Trolling, Aggression and Cyberbullying (TRAC – 1)”, COLING 2018, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

2.      Co-organiser (with Liz Holt) of the “Exploring CA-Pragmatics Interfaces Symposium”, September 2016, University of Huddersfield

3.      Co-organiser (with Jim O’Driscoll) of the “8th International Symposium of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group: Conventional (Im)Politeness”, July 2014, Huddersfield

4.      Organiser of the 1st Postgraduate Conference on Linguistic Politeness, Centre for Intercultural Politeness Research, The University of Huddersfield, March 2013, Huddersfield

5.      Co-organiser (with Xinren Chen) of the panel “Chinese Identity in Interaction”, 12th Conference of the International Pragmatics Association, July 2011, Manchaster

6.      Co-organiser (with Michael Haugh and Sara Mills) of the “Discursive Pragmatics Symposium”, June 2011, Sheffield Hallam University

7.      Co-organiser (with Yuling Pan) of the panel “Chinese Discourse and Interaction”, 11th Conference of the International Pragmatics Association, July 2009, Melbourne

8.      Co-organiser (with Yuling Pan) of the Special Invited Panel “Chinese Face and (Im)Politeness”, Colloquium on Face and (Im)Politeness, July 2009, Brisbane, hosted by the Griffith University

9.      Organiser of the colloquium “Polite Practices of the Past: Historical Perspectives of Linguistics (Im)Politeness”, May 4, 2009 Budapest, Hosted by the Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

10.  Co-organiser (with Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini and Huba Bartos) of the “4th International Symposium of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group: East meets West”, July 2008, Budapest, hosted by the Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

11.  Co-organiser (with Jonathan Culpeper) of the panel “Historical (Im)Politeness Research”, 4th International Symposium of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group “East meets West”, July 2008, Budapest

12.  Co-organiser (with Hao Sun) of the panel “Chinese Institutional Discourse(s)”, 10th Conference of the International Pragmatics Association, July 2007, Göteborg

13.  Co-organiser (with Huba Bartos) of the “4th Conference of the European Association of Chinese Linguistics (EACL)”, hosted by the Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

 

invited member in international conference boards

1.      Invited scientific committee member, 11th Symposium of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group, University of Valencia July 4-6, 2018.

 

2.      Invited member, Scientific Committee of "East and West: the Interantional Conference of Contemporary China Studies (2018)", organised by the Confucius Institute of León University, Spain; 2-3, May, 2018.

 

3.      Invited scientific committee member, the 15th Asia-Pacific Conference of the Association for Business Communication (ABC), Hong Kong Polytechnic University between 9-11 June 2017.

 

4.      Invited international organising committee member of the 25thAnnual Meeting of the International Association of Chinese Linguistics (IACL-25), held in June 2017 in Budapest, Hungary.

5.      Invited international organising committee member of the “9th International Conference of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group”, 2015, Athens, hosted by The Kapodistran University of Athens

6.      Invited international organising committee member of the conference “Impoliteness and Interaction”, 2013, Bydogszcz, hosted by Kazimierz Wielki University, Poland

7.      Invited international organising committee member of the “7th International Conference of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group”, 2013, London, hosted by SOAS, UK

8.      Invited international organising committee member of the “6th International Conference of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group”, 2011, Ankara, hosted by Middle East Technical University, Turkey

 

Conference Presentations/Invited Talks

 

Plenary Talks

1.      Globalising Sociolinguistics (GloSoc2) “Communicating in the city” ’, Leiden University, The Netherlands, December 2018

 

2.      ‘Symposium on (Im)Politeness’, Nanjing University, China, October 2018

 

3.      The First International Conference on Internet Pragmatics’, Fujian Normal University, September 2018

 

4.      “Politeness across Time and Space” Symposium, Freie Universität Berlin, June 2018

 

5.      ‘The teaching and learning of L2 pragmatics’, University of Central Lancashire, June 2018

 

6.      Rites in Native American societies: global and local features”, part of the 56th International Congress of Americanists, University of Salamanca, July 2018

 

7.      ‘Academic Career Conference: An Interdisciplinary Symposium for Doctoral Students’ of the New Generation Foundation, Hungary, May 2018, Budapest

 

8.      Workshop on (Im)Politeness Research, Fujian Normal University, May 2018

 

9.      The International Symposium on Advances in (Im)politeness Studies”, Fujian Normal University, May 2018

 

10.  “Frontier Research on Interpersonal Pragmatics” Symposium, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, March 2018

 

11.  10th International Symposium on Politeness (SymPol10), York St John University, July 2017

 

12.  “New Directions in Pragmatic Research: Synchronic and Diachronic Perspectives” Symposium, Meiji University, Japan, March 2017

 

13.  Historical Politeness Symposium, University of East Anglia, UK, June 2016

 

14.  Mobility and Complexity: Theorised and Applied, Historicizing the Digital: Language Practices in Old and New Media Symposium, University of Birmingham, UK, June 2016

 

15.  Teaching (Im)Politeness Through the Lenses of Morality, The 63rd TEFLIN International Conference, English Education Department, Indonesia, 2015

 

16.  Verbal Aggression, Conflict and Impoliteness, International Seminar on Verbal Aggression and Conflict, Department of Linguistics, Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkhar University, Agra, December 2015

 

17.  Intervention and Aggression: An Overview, Symposium of Intervention in Chinese, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China, 22 October 2015

 

18.  The Metapragmatics of (Im)Politeness; plenary lecture presented at the 21st International Conference of the International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies (IAICS) and the 11th Biennial International Conference of the China Association for Intercultural Communication (CAFIC), Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, 15-18 July, 2015

 

19.  Ritual and (Im)Politeness; plenary lecture presented at the 7th Lodz Symposium: New Developments in Linguistic Pragmatics, University of Lodz, Poland, 12-14 April, 2015.

 

20.  The Metapragmatics of ‘Impoliteness’; Impoliteness, Interpreting and Translation, symposium hosted by the Universtity of Oslo, 23-24, November, 2015.

 

21.  Ritual and Individual Identity in Interaction; Workshop: Identity and Interaction, held in the organisation of the ICA Regional Conference: Expanding Communication: Old Boundaries and New Frontiers, University of Lodz, Poland, 9-11 April, 2015.

 

22.  (Im)Politeness: Its Past, Present and Future; plenary lecture presented at The 14th China Pragmatics Conference, Anhui University, Hefei, China, October 23, 2015.

 

23.  Morality, Public Discourse and (Im)Politeness; Plenary lecture, presented at The 3rd GUFS Forum on Applied Linguistics, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, Guangzhou, China, December 5-7 2014.

 

24.  The Meta-pragmatics of Politeness, Plenary lecture presented at the Conference of English Language and Culture, University of Presov, Slovakia, October 2015.

 

25.  Ritualisation and Historical Intercultural Communication; Plenary lecture, May 15, 2014, 1st Poznan Historical Sociopragmatics Symposium, The Faculty of English, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland.

 

26.  Moral Aggression and Intervention, Plenary lecture, June 2014, 1st International Conference on Impoliteness in Interaction, Kazimierz Wielki University, Bydgoszcz, Poland

 

27.  Relational Rituals across Cultures; Plenary lecture, March 15, 2014, 4th Meaning, Context and Cognition Conference, The Faculty of English, University of Lodz, Poland.

 

28.  The ‘Impoliteness’ of the Heckler: A Mimetic-Relational Perspective, Plenary lecture, July 2013, Symposium: The Heckler, organised by School of the Arts, Loughborough University, in Trade, Nottingham, UK.

 

29.  A New Perspective: Ritual Impoliteness, Plenary lecture, May 2013, 1st International Conference on Impoliteness in Interaction, Kazimierz Wielki University, Bydgoszcz, Poland

 

30.  Intercultural Politeness Research, Plenary lecture, March 2013, 1st Postgraduate Conference on Linguistic Politeness, University of Huddersfield

 

Inaugural Lectures

31.  Culture and Politeness, May 2014, Nanjing University of Science and Technology

 

32.  The Secret World of Rituals, January 2013, University of Huddersfield.

 

Invited Talks

33.  Invited talk on politeness research, Tsing Hua University, China, March 2018

34.  Invited talk on language aggression, Nanjing University, China, March 2018.

35.  Invited talk on politeness research and intercultural communication, University of Maribor, Slovenia, October 2017.

36.  ‘Chinese politeness – The state of art’, public lecture at Trinity College, The University of Dublin, March 2018.

37.  ‘Politeness and impoliteness’; public lecture at Anglia Ruskin University, March 2018.

38.  Invited discussant lecture series in the panel “The diachronic aspect of politeness: Value and form” Panel, organised by Kazuko Tanabe and Lala Takeda, 15th Conference of the International Pragmatics Association, July 2017, Belfast

39.  Invited talk on the state of art of politeness research, November 2015, University of East Anglia, Norwich

40.  Invited talk on historical pragmatics, May 2015, Instituto di studi italiani, Universita della Svizzera italiana, Lugano, Switzerland

41.  Invited lecture on politeness, April 2015, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan

42.  Invited lecture on (im)politeness, February 2015, Eotvos Lorand University, Hungary

43.  Invited lecture on linguistics (im)politeness, December 2014, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China

44.  Invited talk on politeness and morality, November 2014, University of Brighton

45.  Invited talk, British Historical Pragmatics Symposium, October 2014, University of Sheffield

46.  Invited Talk, May 2014, Nanjing University, China

47.  Invited Talk and 2 invited seminars, March 2014, Lancaster University, UK

48.  Member of the Invited Panel Chinese Face and (Im)Politeness in the “Face and (Im)Politeness” Workshop, July 2009, Brisbane, hosted by the Griffith University

49.  Invited Talk (theme: “Language Rituals”), October 2011, Tsuru University, Japan

50.  Invited Talk (theme: “Historical (Im)politeness”), May 2010, Asia University, Taiwan

51.  Invited Talk (theme: “Self-reflexive Research Methodologies”), Research Seminar of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group, December 2009, Sheffield Hallam University

52.  Invited Talk (theme: “Historical Politeness Research”), December 2009, University of Huddersfield

Panel/Colloquia presentations

53.  with Saeko Fukushima: “On meta-conventionalisation: A case-study of Japanese”, 11th International Symposium of the Linguistic Politeness Research Grou”, hosted by the University of Valencia, July 2018, Spain

54.  “The moral order: A case study of public shaming”, 11th International Symposium of the Linguistic Politeness Research Grou”, hosted by the University of Valencia, July 2018, Spain

55.  “The pragmatics of ritual”, introductory talk presented at the 15th Conference of the International Pragmatics Association, July 2017, Belfast

56.  Ritual, aggression, and participatory ambiguity A case study of heckling”, contribution to “Researching and understanding the language of aggression and conflict”, organised by Maria Sifianou and Pilar Blitvich, 14th Conference of the International Pragmatics Association, July 2015, Antwerp

57.  Chinese online relational rituals”, with Xinren Chen and Janet Yonghong Qian, contribution to “Interpersonal pragmatics of social interaction in Chinese”, organised by Wei-lin Chang and Michael Haugh, 14th Conference of the International Pragmatics Association, July 2015, Antwerp

58.  What is “discursive” in discursive politeness research: A study on ritual practices”, with May Asswae, contribution to “Re-examination of the discursive approach to politeness”, organised by Yasuko Obana and Jun Ohashi, 14th Conference of the International Pragmatics Association, July 2015, Antwerp

59.  “Keith … I mean Dave, Phil, or Nigel … whatever the heck your name
is.” Destructive Rituals and Mixed Messages
”, “(Im)politeness and Mixed Messages Panel”, organised by Michael Haugh and Jonathan Culpeper, 13th Conference of the International Pragmatics Association, September 2013, New Delhi

60.  “On the historicity of politeness” (with Chengyu Zhuang), “Historical (Im)politeness Panel”, organised by Jeremy King 13th Conference of the International Pragmatics Association, September 2013, New Delhi

61.  “On the historical appearance of discourse evaluation”, Symposium “Discursive Pragmatics”, Sheffield Hallam University, UK, June 2011  

62.  “Chinese Discourse and Interaction”, panel organised by Yuling Pan and Dániel Z. Kádár in the 11th Conference of the International Pragmatics Association, July 2009, Melbourne

63.   “Polite Practices of the Past: Historical Perspectives of Linguistics (Im)Politeness”, colloquium organised by Dániel Z. Kádár, May 4, 2009 Budapest, hosted by the Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

64.  “Historical (Im)Politeness Research”, panel organised by Jonathan Culpeper and Dániel Z. Kádár in the 4th International Symposium of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group ‘East meets West’, July 2008, Budapest

65.  “When Non-Emotion Expressions Reveal about Emotions in East-Asian Cultures”, panel organised by Paolo Santangelo in the 5th ICAS Conference, August 2007, Kuala Lumpur

66.  “Chinese Institutional Discourses”, panel organised by Hao Sun and Dániel Z. Kádár in the 10th Conference of the International Pragmatics Association, July 2007, Göteborg

Conference Presentations

67.  Kaiwanxiao (“just kidding”): Conversational humour and claims to non-serious intent in Taiwanese talk shows”, with Michael Haugh and Wei-Lin Melody Chang, presented at the 2016 Conference of the Australasian Humour Studies Network, Cairnes, Australia, February 2018

68.  “Leveraging relational practices”, with Rosina Marquez-Reiter, talk presented at Jan Ola-Östman’s panel “Responsibility, Migration and Integration”, 15th Conference of the International Pragmatics Association, July 2017, Belfast

69.  “(Im)morality – A notion to consider/play with in CA analysis”; “Exploring CA-Pragmatics Interfaces Symposium”, September 2016, University of Huddersfield

 

70.  with Melvin De La Cruz, “Aggression and morality”, 8th International Symposium of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group, Huddersfield, July 2014, Huddersfield

 

71.  with Sian Robinson Davies: “Ritual, aggression and ambiguity”, 8th International Symposium of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group, Huddersfield, July 2014, Huddersfield

 

72.  “Chinese linguistic rituals”, 8th Conference of the European Association of Chinese Linguistics, Paris, September 2013, hosted by EHESS

 

73.  with Michael Haugh, 7th International Symposium of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group (LPRG),  London, July 2013, hosted by SOAS

 

74.  with Michael Haugh, 6th Lodz Symposium, Lodz, Poland, May 2012

 

75.  12th Conference of the International Pragmatics Association, University of Manchaster, July 2011

 

76.  with Marcel Bax: “Changes of face: the particularization of a concept over time and across cultures”, Symposium “On Face”, University of Huddersfield, UK, June 2011

 

77.  5th International Symposium of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group (LPRG), Ankara, July 2011, hosted by Middle East Technical University

 

78.  with Alex Chen: “Taiwanese mailing practices in English”, 2011 Language Education Conference, Huan-chiu University, Taiwan, May 2011

79.  43rd Annual Conference of the British Association for Applied Linguistics, 9–11 September 2010, The University of Aberdeen (read by Jo Angouri)

80.  XVIII Biennial Conference of The European Association of Chinese Studies: “Culture is a Crowded Bridge”, 14–18 July, 2010, Riga

81.  5th International Symposium of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group (LPRG): “Politeness On- and Offline”, 30 June – 2 July 2010, Basel (with Michael Haugh)

82.  5th Conference of the European Association of Chinese Linguistics (EACL), September 2007, Leipzig

83.  3rd International Symposium on Politeness, July 2007, Leeds

84.  9th Workshop on Chinese Emotion Research, organised by Paolo Santangelo, May 2007, Cremona

85.  15th Conference of the International Association of Chinese Linguistics (IACL) & 19th Annual North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL) Joint Conference, May 2007, New York

86.  2nd International Conference on Multicultural Discourses, April 2007, Hangzhou

87.  16th Conference of the European Association of Chinese Studies (EACS), September 2006, Ljubljana

88.  3rd Conference of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group (LPRG): “Linguistic Impoliteness and Rudeness: Confrontation and Conflict in Discourse”, July 2006, Huddersfield

89.  31st International LAUD Symposium: “Intercultural Pragmatics”, March 2006, Landau

90.  4th Conference of the European Association of Chinese Linguistics (EACL), January 2006, Budapest

91.  4th International Junior Scholar’s Conference on Sinology, November 2005, Hua-lien

92.  9th Conference of the International Pragmatics Association (IPrA), July 2005, Riva del Garda

93.  13th Conference of the International Association of Chinese Linguistics, June 2005, Leiden

94.  2nd Conference of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group (LPRG): “Politeness: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Language and Culture”, March 2005 Nottingham

95.  15th Conference of the European Association of Chinese Studies (EACS), August 2004, Heidelberg

96.  3rd Conference of the European Association of Chinese Linguistics (EACL), September 2003, Ghent

97.  European Association of Chinese Linguistics (EACL), September 2003, Ghent

 

EXAMPLES OF ESTEEM INDICATORS & Interviews

School interview on politeness

 Nyköpings Enskilda Gymnasium in Sweden, February 2018

 

Interview with Professor Daniel Kadar, Author of Politeness, Impoliteness and Ritual – WEEKENDAVISEN, Copenhagen, Denmark, 21 July 2017

https://www.pressreader.com/denmark/weekendavisen/20170721/281509341242869

 

Kiemelten fontosak a nyelvi rítusok (Interactional Rituals are Important), Interview with Professor Daniel

Kadar – Magyar Hirlap (Hungarian Daily), 2017

http://magyarhirlap.hu/cikk/88671/Kiemelten_fontosak_a_nyelvi_ritusok

 

The Times Higher Education – Appointments, 12 July 2014

http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/news/appointments-17-july-2014/2014504.article

 

Visit to The Guangzhou Provincial Youth Association, China

http://www.54cn.net/chn200906241436377/article.jsp?articleId=68099386

 

The Study of Politeness,

http://www.hud.ac.uk/research/researchnews/thestudyofpoliteness.php

 

Who is Who in Hungary, 6th Edition (Zug, Switzerland: Who is Who, Verlag für

Personenzyklopädien) – Biographical entry

 

Who is Who in Hungary, 5th Edition (Zug, Switzerland: Who is Who, Verlag für

Personenzyklopädien) – Biographical entry

 



 

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