Katalin Nagy C. graduated from the University of Szeged, Hungary, with a double major M. A. in General Linguistics and Spanish with a specialization in Catalan Language and Literature (in 2002 and 2003). She has completed her coursework in the PhD Program in Theoretical Linguistics at the University of Szeged and received her degree with “summa cum laude” in 2013. The title of her dissertation is Data and argumentation in historical pragmatics: Grammaticalization of the Catalan “anar + infinitive” construction. She started to teach at the Department of Hispanic Studies, University of Szeged, in 2004, where she taught various courses in comparative Romance linguistics, Spanish linguistics and historical linguistics. She has been teaching pragmatics at the departments of General Linguistics as well as Media and Communication Studies. She has been working in the field of historical pragmatics since her PhD in 2013, her research focuses on semantic change in grammaticalization and the methodology of historical pragmatics. She currently works for the Research Group for Theoretical Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences at the Universities of Debrecen and Szeged. Her peer-reviewed papers have appeared in several journals and collections of papers, among others, in Journal of Historical Pragmatics, Magyar Nyelv [Hungarian Language], Mouton Series in Pragmatics and Studies in Language Companion Series. She is a member of the Hungarian Research Centre for Pragmatics, established in 2012.