Ilia Chechuro, MA
I am a PhD student at the Department of Linguistic and Cultural Evolution and a member of the CALC research group. I mainly focus on computational approaches to socio- and contact linguistics. The aim of my PhD project is to develop the methodology for quantitative assessment of linguistic convergence. In my thesis, I use wordlist data of the Caucasian languages as a proxy to the social and historical processes accompanying language change.
2012 — 2016, BA in Linguistics (Diploma cum Laude), HSE University, Moscow.
2016 — 2018, MA in Linguistics (Diploma cum Laude), HSE University, Moscow.
2018 — 2020, PhD (аспирантура) in Linguistics, HSE University, Moscow.
2019 — ..., PhD in Linguistics, Max-Planck Institut für Menschheitsgeschichte, Jena (DE).
2016 — 2019, Assistant Lecturer, HSE Univeristy, Moskau.
Teaching the following courses: Introduction to Linguistics, Morphology, Linguistic Diversity, Introduction to Caucasian Studies, Old Church Slavonic, German as a Foreign Language, Linguistics for School Students (Grades 10-11), etc.
2016 — 2019, Research Assistant, Linguistic Convergence Laboratory, HSE University, Moskau.
Research in the following areas: Linguistic convergence in Daghestan, Intonation in regional variants of the Russian language.
2019 — ..., PhD Student, MPI-SHH, Jena (DE).