Katalin É. Kiss

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Katalin É. Kiss (Debrecen, 31 May 1949[1]) is a Hungarian grammarian. She is currently professor, Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, in Budapest. Her field of research includes generative Syntax, and Hungarian syntax.[2][3]

Unusually Katalin É. Kiss also features twice in her own right as an example of orthography in the Chicago Manual of Style 16th edition (2010) which uses her name as an example of a Hungarian surname beginning with an initial "É. Kiss", not "Kiss". This kind of surname is categorized under the initial "É." in indexes, not under "K."[4] Hungarian names do not typically have middle names. Her father is the academician É. Kiss, Sándor.

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  1. ^ http://www.matud.iif.hu/07okt/16.html Photo
  2. ^ Syntax - Joachim Jacobs, Theo Vennemann, Arnim Von Stechow - 1995 "... and, most prominently, Katalin É. Kiss. Working on a generative approach to Hungarian syntax since the late 70s, É. Kiss came out with an influential paper on “Structural relations in Hungarian,"
  3. ^ Valéria Molnár, Susanne Winkler -The Architecture of Focus - 2006 Page 143 "Katalin É. Kiss's (1998, 2002) recent contribution to the analysis of the semantics of focus is the definition quoted above in 2.2 and is put to use in examples such as those below, in which, of the relevant set of entities, ..."
  4. ^ Chicago Manual of Style 16th edition (2010) 8.13 16.79 "É. Kiss"

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