Prof. dr hab. Joanna Błaszczak

Joan­na BłaszczakBlaszczak
Uni­ver­si­ty pro­fes­sor

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Office: IFA, room 5
Phone: +48 71 375 29 39
Email: joanna.blaszczak (_at_gmail.com)

Aca­d­e­m­ic degrees
MA in Lin­guis­tics, Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin, 1995
• Ph. D. in Lin­guis­tics, Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin, 2000
• Dr. phil. habil. (doc­tor philosophi­ae habil­i­ta­tus) in Lin­guis­tics, Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam, 2008
PD Dr. (Pri­vat­dozent / pri­vate docent), Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam, 2008

Research inter­ests
• The­o­ret­i­cal syn­tax
• Min­i­mal­ist syn­tax
• Diachron­ic issues
• Syn­tax-seman­tics inter­face
.….Nega­tion and Neg­a­tive Polar­i­ty Items
.….Indef­i­nites
.….Case
.….Cop­u­lar Con­struc­tions
.….Exis­ten­tial Con­struc­tions
.….Aspect
.….Tense
.….(Un)ergativity
.…. Infor­ma­tion Struc­ture
• Exper­i­men­tal syn­tax
.…. Pro­cess­ing of Neg­a­tive Polar­i­ty Items (joint work with Hein­er Dren­haus)

Teach­ing (select­ed class­es)
• Sem­i­nar in Min­i­mal­ist Syn­tax
• Pros­em­i­nar in Nega­tion
• Elec­tive in Slav­ic Syn­tax
• Elec­tive in For­mal Seman­tics
• Mono­graph lec­ture on Lan­guage ori­gin and devel­op­ment, lan­guage change and gram­mat­i­cal­iza­tion
• Mono­graph lec­ture on Typol­o­gy and lan­guage uni­ver­sals

Pub­li­ca­tions

(down­load­able from https://wroc.academia.edu/JoannaBlaszczak)

In prep. What young edu­cat­ed Pol­ish peo­ple think about the Ger­mans? [joint paper with Marzena Żygis]

In prep. “Be future” — Old and Mod­ern Views on FUTURE: Typo­log­i­cal, Diachron­ic and Psy­cholin­guis­tic Aspects. Poz­nań: Wydawnict­wo naukowe UAM.

In press. Über die nicht immer fehler­freie Zweis­prachigkeit. Aus dem Sprach­leben deutsch-pol­nis­ch­er Schüler in Berlin: Eine Frage­bo­gen­studie. In Hufeisen, B., D. Knorr, P. Rosen­berg, C. Schroed­er, A. Sopa­ta, and T. Wicherkiewicz (eds.), Sprach­bil­dung und Sprachkon­takt im deutsch-pol­nis­chen Kon­text. Unter Mitar­beit von Bar­bara Sto­lar­czyk. (Forum Ange­wandte Lin­guis­tik — F.A.L.). Peter Lang Ver­lag. [joint paper with Marzena Żygis]

To appear. The puz­zling FUTURE. In Rade­va-Bork, T. and P. Kos­ta (eds.), Cur­rent devel­op­ment in Slav­ic lin­guis­tics. Twen­ty years after. Frank­furt am Main: Peter Lang.

Sub­mit­ted. Why are dever­bal nom­i­nal­iza­tions more ver­bal than finite verbs? New insights into the inter­pre­ta­tion of the P200 ver­bal sig­na­ture. Sub­mit­ted to Glos­sa. [joint paper with Anna Czy­p­i­onka and Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2016. What can the psy­cholin­guis­tic research on word class ambi­gu­i­ties tell us about cat­e­gories? Ques­tions and Answers in Lin­guis­tics (QAL) 3/2:15–26. [joint paper with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2016. Nega­tion, die nicht-neg­a­tive. In Bluhm, C., J. Hop­perdi­et­zel,  L. E. Zeige (eds.), Glos­sar­i­um Ami­co­rum. Festschrift für Karin Don­hauser. Berlin: Insti­tut für deutsche Sprache und Lin­guis­tik, 155–162

201. Aspec­tual coer­cion ver­sus block­ing: Exper­i­men­tal evi­dence from an ERP study on Pol­ish con­verbs. In Błaszczak, J., A. Gian­naki­dou, D. Klimek-Jankows­ka, and K. Migdal­ski (eds.), Mood, Aspect, Modal­i­ty Revis­it­ed. New Answers to the Old Ques­tions. Chica­go: The Uni­ver­sity of Chica­go Press, 387–441. [joint paper with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2015. Noun and verb in the mind. An inter­dis­ci­pli­nary approach. In Błaszczak, J., D. Klimek-Jankows­ka, and K. Migdal­s­ki (eds.), How cat­e­gor­i­cal are cat­e­gories? New approach­es to the old ques­tions of Noun, Verb, and Adjec­tive. (Stud­ies in Gen­er­a­tive Gram­mar. 122). Boston/Berlin: Wal­ter de Gruyter, Inc., 75–112. [joint paper with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2014. Bin ich Deutsch­er oder Pole? Eine Studie über nationale Iden­tität der deutsch-pol­nis­chen Kinder und Jugendlichen in Berlin. Pol­nisch in Deutsch­land. Zeitschrift der Bun­desvere­ini­gung der Pol­nis­chlehrkräfte 2:35–50. [joint paper with Marzena Żygis]

http://www.zas.gwz-berlin.de/fileadmin/newsletter/Newsletter_Januar_2015.pdf

http://www.zas.gwz-berlin.de/fileadmin/material/presse/pressemitteilungen/PM_Perfektes_Deutsch_mit_polnischem_Akzent.pdf

http://www.tagesspiegel.de/wissen/deutsch-als-zweitsprache-mal-mit-akzent-mal-ohne/11407088.html

http://www.report-psychologie.de/news/artikel/wie-deutsch-polnische-jugendliche-ihre-identitaet-betonen-2015–03-31/

https://idw-online.de/de/news625541

http://www.dw.com/de/sprechen-wie-ein-deutscher/a-19300594

2014. Simul­tane­ity and Ante­ri­or­i­ty Con­verbs and Aspec­tu­al Mis­match­es in Pol­ish – An ERP Study. In Chap­man, C., O. Kit, and I. Kučerová (eds.), For­mal Approach­es to Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics: The McMas­ter Meet­ing 2013 (FASL 22), Michi­gan, MI: Michi­gan Slav­ic Pub­li­ca­tions, 23–43. [joint paper with Patryc­ja Jabłońs­ka and Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2014. An ERP Study on Aspec­tu­al Mis­match­es in Con­ver­bial Con­texts in Pol­ish. In Tor­rens, V. and L. Esco­bar (eds.), The Pro­cess­ing of Lex­i­con and Mor­phosyn­tax. New­cas­tle upon Tyne: Cam­bridge Schol­ars Pub­lish­ing, 89–125. [joint paper with Patryc­ja Jabłońs­ka and Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2014. The Rid­dle of Future Tense in Pol­ish: How much ’ future’ is there in ’ Future Tense’?” In Kis­sine, M, P. De Bra­ban­ter, and S. Shar­ifzadeh (eds.), Future Tense(s) / Future Time(s). Oxford: Oxford Uni­ver­si­ty Press, 165–204. [joint paper with Patryc­ja Jabłońs­ka, Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka, and Krzysztof Migdal­s­ki]

2014. Pol­nisch und Tschechich. In Krif­ka, M., J. Blaszczak, A. Mei­n­unger, B. Stiebels, R. Tra­cy, and H. Truck­en­brodt (eds.), Das mehrsprachige Klassen­z­im­mer. Berlin — Hei­del­berg: Springer-Ver­lag, 67–92.

2013. Futures in Pol­ish and Sloven­ian: ‘A hole in a sock’ the­o­ry. In Podobryaev, A. (ed.), For­mal Approach­es to Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics (FASL 20): The Sec­ond MIT Meet­ing, 2011. Ann Arbor, MI: Michi­gan Slav­ic Pub­li­ca­tions, 17–32. [joint paper with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2013. Futures, futu­rates, plans and forces. In Jung­hanns, U., D. Fehrmann, D., Lener­tová, and H. Pitsch (eds.), For­mal Descrip­tion of Slav­ic Lan­guages: The Ninth Con­fer­ence. Pro­ceed­ings of FDSL 9, Göt­tin­gen 2011 (= Lin­guis­tik Inter­na­tion­al. 28). Frank­furt am Main: Peter Lang, 9–35. [joint paper with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2012. On the Tense-less Future in Pol­ish. In Halupka-Rešetar, S., M. Marković, T. Mil­ićev, and N. Mil­iće­vić (eds.), Select­ed Papers from Sin­Fonl­JA 3. New­cas­tle upon Tyne: Cam­bridge Schol­ars Pub­lish­ing, 35–57. [joint paper with Patryc­ja Jabłońs­ka, Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka, and Krzysztof Migdal­s­ki]

2012. Futures in Pol­ish and Sloven­ian from the per­spec­tive of a force-dynam­ic mod­el. In Aguilar-Gue­vara, A., A. Chernilovskaya, and R. Nouwen (eds.), Pro­ceed­ings of Sinn und Bedeu­tung 16: The Utrecht Meet­ing, 2011. (MIT Work­ing Papers in Lin­guis­tics). Cam­bridge, MA: MIT Press, 85–98. [joint paper with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

Sub­mit­ted. An ERP Study on the strength of licensers in Neg­a­tive Polar­i­ty Con­struc­tions, sub­mit­ted to Jour­nal of Seman­tics [joint paper with Hein­er Dren­haus and Juliane Schütte]

2010. The End of the Extend­ed Pro­jec­tion Prin­ci­ple (EPP) ante por­tas? Uni­ver­sal Gram­mar and Indi­vid­ual Lan­guages. Pro­ceed­ings of the Seoul Inter­na­tion­al Con­fer­ence on Lin­gusitics 2010 (SICOL 2010, Korea Uni­ver­si­ty, Seoul). (Edit­ed by Young-Se Kang, Jong-Yurl Yoon, Jongseon Hong, Jiun-Shi­ung Wu, Seong­ha Rhee, Kyoung-Ae Kim, Dong-Ho Choi, Kee-Ho Kim, Hye-Kyung Kang). HANKOOKMUNHWASA, CD-room.

2010. A Spu­ri­ous Gen­i­tive Puz­zle in Pol­ish. In Han­neforth, T. and F. Gis­bert (eds.), Lan­guage and Logos. Stud­ies in The­o­ret­i­cal and Com­pu­ta­tion­al Lin­guis­tics. Festschrift for Peter Stau­dacher for his 70th Birth­day. (Stu­dia gram­mat­i­ca. 72). Berlin: Akademie-Ver­lag, 17–47.

2009. Nega­tion and Clause Struc­ture. In Berg­er, T., Gutschmidt, K., Kemp­gen, S., and P. Kos­ta (eds.), Die slavis­chen Sprachen. The Slav­ic Lan­guages. Ein inter­na­tionales Hand­buch zu ihrer Struk­tur, ihrer Geschichte und ihrer Erforschung. An Inter­na­tion­al Hand­book of their His­to­ry, their Struc­ture and their Inves­ti­ga­tion. Berlin — New York: Wal­ter de Gruyter, 431–468.

2008. Dif­fer­en­tial Sub­ject Mark­ing in Pol­ish: The Case of Gen­i­tive vs. Nom­i­na­tive Sub­jects in ‘˜X was not at Y’™-Constructions. In de Hoop, H. and P. de Swarts (eds.), Dif­fer­en­tial Sub­ject Mark­ing. (Stud­ies in Nat­ur­al Lan­guage and Lin­guis­tic The­o­ry. 72). Springer: Dor­drecht, 113–149.

2008. What HAS to BE used? Exis­ten­tial, Loca­tive, and Pos­ses­sive Sen­tences in Pol­ish. In Anto­nenko, A., J. Bai­lyn, and Ch. Bethin (eds.), For­mal Approach­es to Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics 16: The Stony Brook 2006 Meet­ing. Ann Arbor: Michi­gan Slav­ic Pub­li­ca­tions, 31–47.

2008. The Puz­zle of kol­wiek-Pro­nouns in Pol­ish. In Jayez, J. and L. Tove­na (eds.), Free Choice: Facts, Mod­els and Prob­lems. Work­shop Pro­ceed­ings, 20th Euro­pean Sum­mer School in Log­ic, Lan­guage and Infor­ma­tion, August 11–15, Ham­burg, Ger­many, 3–12. [an online ver­sion of the pro­ceed­ings: http://elico.linguist.jussieu.fr/fc-esslli08.html]

2008. Case Assign­ment and ‘˜Long-Dis­tance’™ Agree­ment in a Phase Mod­el of Syn­tax Revis­it­ed. Pro­ceed­ings of the 10th Seoul Inter­na­tion­al Con­fer­ence on Gen­er­a­tive Gram­mar, Dong­guk Uni­ver­si­ty Seoul, July 17–20.

2007. The NOM/GEN “Sub­ject” Puz­zle in Pol­ish. In Kos­ta, Peter and Lil­ia Schür­cks (eds.), Lin­guis­tic Inves­ti­ga­tions into For­mal Descrip­tion of Slav­ic Lan­guages. Con­tri­bu­tions of the Sixth Euro­pean Con­fer­ence held at Pots­dam Uni­ver­si­ty, Novem­ber 30-Decem­ber 2, 2005. (Pots­dam Lin­guis­tic Inves­ti­ga­tions. 1, ed. Peter Kos­ta, Ger­da Haߟler, Lil­ia Schür­cks and Nadine Thiele­mann). Frank­furt am Main — Berlin — Bern — Brux­elles — New York — Oxford — Wien: Peter Lang, 127–145.

2007. Some Psy­cholin­guis­tic Com­ments on NPI Licens­ing and Licens­ing Strength. In Wald­müller, E. P. (ed.), Pro­ceed­ings of Sinn und Bedeu­tung 11, Uni­ver­si­tat Pom­peu Fab­ra, Barcelona 21–23 Sep­tem­ber 2006. Barcelona: Print­uli­bro Inter­grup, S.A., 180–193. [mit Hein­er Dren­haus und Juliane Schütte]

2007. Phase Syn­tax: The Pol­ish Gen­i­tive of Nega­tion. Habil­i­ta­tion the­sis, Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam.

2006/2007. Encod­ing Stan­dards for Mor­phol­o­gy. Infor­ma­tion Struc­ture in Cross-Lin­guis­tic Cor­po­ra: Anno­ta­tion Guide­lines for Phonol­o­gy, Mor­phol­o­gy, Syn­tax, Seman­tics, and Infor­ma­tion Struc­ture, Inter­dis­ci­pli­nary Stud­ies on Infor­ma­tion Struc­ture 7, 55–94. (Work­ing Papers of the SFB 632, ed. by S. Dip­per, M. Götze, and S. Skopeteas). [joint paper with Ste­fanie Dip­per, Gis­bert Fanselow, Shinichi­ro Ishi­hara, Svet­lana Petro­va, Stavros Skopeteas, Thomas Weskott, and Malte Zim­mer­mann]

2006/2007. Encod­ing Stan­dards for Syn­tax. Infor­ma­tion Struc­ture in Cross-Lin­guis­tic Cor­po­ra: Anno­ta­tion Guide­lines for Phonol­o­gy, Mor­phol­o­gy, Syn­tax, Seman­tics, and Infor­ma­tion Struc­ture, Inter­dis­ci­pli­nary Stud­ies on Infor­ma­tion Struc­ture 7, 95–132. (Work­ing Papers of the SFB 632, ed. by S. Dip­per, M. Götze, and S. Skopeteas). [joint paper with Ste­fanie Dip­per, Gis­bert Fanselow, Shinichi­ro Ishi­hara, Svet­lana Petro­va, Stavros Skopeteas, Thomas Weskott, and Malte Zim­mer­mann]

2005. Into­na­tion­al Phras­ing, Dis­con­ti­nu­ity, and the Scope of Nega­tion. Syn­tax: A Jour­nal of The­o­ret­i­cal, Exper­i­men­tal and Inter­dis­ci­pli­nary Research 8/1:1–22. [joint paper with Hans-Mar­tin Gärt­ner]

2005. Two BEs or Not Two Bes? In Bay­er, M., Betsch, M., and R. Zim­ny (eds.), Beiträge der Europäis­chen Slav­is­tis­chen Lin­guis­tik (POLYSLAV) 8. München: Sag­n­er, 25–34.

2005. On the Nature of N-Words in Pol­ish. Jour­nal of Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics 13/2:119–181.

2004. Supe­ri­or­ität in europäis­chen Sprachen. Zwis­chen­bericht zu ein­er Daten­er­he­bung. In Fis­ch­er, S., van de Vijver, R., and R. Vogel (eds.), Exper­i­men­tal Stud­ies in Lin­guis­tics 1. (Lin­guis­tics in Pots­dam. 21). Uni­ver­sität Pots­dam, 123–137. [joint paper with Ewa Trutkows­ki, Mar­co Zugck, Gis­bert Fanselow, Susann Fis­ch­er, and Ralf Vogel]

2004. Some Remarks on Exis­ten­tial Con­struc­tions in Pol­ish. In Bay­er, M., Betsch, M., and J. Błaszczak (eds.), Beiträge der Europäis­chen Slav­is­tis­chen Lin­guis­tik (POLYSLAV) 7. (Die Welt der Slaven. Sam­mel­bände 22). München: Sag­n­er, 18–27.

2004. A Short Note on Quirky Sub­jects. In Pit­tner, K., Pit­tner, R. J., and J. C. Schütte (eds.), Beiträge zu Sprache & Sprachen 4. Vorträge der Bochumer Lin­guis­tik-Tage. (Edi­tion Lin­guis­tik. 48). München: Lin­COM Europa GmbH, 137–146. [joint paper with Susann Fis­ch­er]

2004. Some Notes on Aspect, (Un)ergativity, and ‘˜X was not Y’™-Constructions in Pol­ish. In Arnau­do­va, O., Browne, B., Rivero, M. L., and D. Sto­janovic (eds.), For­mal Approach­es to Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics 12: The Ottawa Meet­ing 2003. Ann Arbor: Michi­gan Slav­ic Pub­li­ca­tions, 37–57.

2004. The Rid­dle of ‘˜X was not Y’™-Constructions in Pol­ish. In Witkośœ, J. and P. Tajs­ner (eds.), Poz­nań Stud­ies in Con­tem­po­rary Lin­guis­tics (PSi­CL) 39, 11–27. (Papers from the Syn­tax Ses­sion at the 34th Poz­nań Lin­guis­tic Meet­ing). Poz­nań, Adam Mick­iewicz Uni­ver­si­ty.

2003. (Neg­a­tive) Polar­i­ty Items in Pol­ish: Towards a Uni­form Account. In Maien­born, C. (ed.), (A)Symmetrien — (A)Symmetries. Beiträge zu Ehren von Ewald Lang — Papers in Hon­or of Ewald Lang. Tübin­gen: Stauf­fen­burg, 25–56.

2003. Explain­ing the “Bagel Prob­lem”: The Case of Pol­ish kol­wiek-NPIs. In Browne, W., Kim, J.-Y., Par­tee, B. H., and R. A. Roth­stein (eds.), For­mal Approach­es to Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics 11: The Amherst Meet­ing 2002. Ann Arbor: Michi­gan Slav­ic Pub­li­ca­tions, 121–140.

2003. NegP in Pol­ish? Pro and Con­tra. In Blanken­horn, R., Błaszczak, J., and R. Marzari (eds.), Beiträge der Europäis­chen Slav­is­tis­chen Lin­guis­tik (POLYSLAV) 6. (Die Welt der Slaven. Sam­mel­bände 20). München: Sag­n­er, 29–39.

2003. Get­ting Rid of Covert Move­ment or Get­ting into Trou­ble? In Kos­ta, P., Błaszczak, J., Frasek, J., Geist, L., and M. Żygis (eds.), Inves­ti­ga­tions into For­mal Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics. (Lin­guis­tik Inter­na­tion­al. 10). Frank­furt am Main: Peter Lang, 513–538.

2003. Gen­i­tive Nega­tion Con­struc­tions in Pol­ish: A Chal­lenge to Chomsky’™s Min­i­mal­ist Inquiries? Man­u­script, Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam.

2002. On Licens­ing Con­di­tions for N-Words in Pol­ish. In Blanken­horn, R., Dön­ning­haus, S., and R. Marzari (eds.), Beiträge der Europäis­chen Slav­is­tis­chen Lin­guis­tik (POLYSLAV) 5. (Die Welt der Slaven. Sam­mel­bände 15). München: Sag­n­er, 31–40.

2002. Towards a Bind­ing Analy­sis of Neg­a­tive Polar­i­ty Items in Pol­ish. In Kos­ta, P. and J. Frasek (eds.), Cur­rent Approach­es to For­mal Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics. (Lin­guis­tik Inter­na­tion­al. 9). Frank­furt am Main: Peter Lang, 377–404.

2002. What do Bagels and Pol­ish kol­wiek-Pro­nouns Have in Com­mon? In Andro­nis, M., Deben­port, E., Pycha, A., and K. Yoshimu­ra (eds.), CLS 38: The Pan­els. Papers from the 38th Meet­ing of the Chica­go Lin­guis­tic Soci­ety. Vol. 2. Chica­go: Chica­go Lin­guis­tic Soci­ety, 3–18.

2001. Inves­ti­ga­tion into the Inter­ac­tion between the Indef­i­nites and Nega­tion. (Stu­dia gram­mat­i­ca. 51). Berlin: Akademie-Ver­lag.

2001. Covert Move­ment and the Gen­i­tive of Nega­tion in Pol­ish. (Lin­guis­tics in Pots­dam. 15).

2001. Mul­ti­ple Wh-Kon­struk­tio­nen im Slavis­chen: State of the Art Report. (Lin­guis­tics in Pots­dam. 14). [joint mono­graph with Susann Fis­ch­er]

2001. Zur Rolle des Pronomen to/ėto in spez­i­fizieren­den Kop­u­lakon­struk­tio­nen im Pol­nis­chen und Rus­sis­chen. In Zyba­tow, G., Jung­hanns, U., Mehlhorn, G., and L. Szuc­sich (eds.), Cur­rent Issues in For­mal Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics. (Lin­guis­tik Inter­na­tion­al. 5). Frank­furt am Main: Peter Lang, 247–257. [joint paper with Ljud­mi­la Geist]

2001. Diachron­ic Per­spec­tive of Quirky Sub­jects. In Bhaskararao, P. (ed.), Inter­na­tion­al Sym­po­sium on “Non-nom­i­na­tive Sub­jects”, orga­nized by ILCAA, Tokyo, 18–21 Decem­ber 2001. Work­ing Papers, 42–56. [joint paper with Susann Fis­ch­er]

2000. Review of Sue Brown: The Syn­tax of Nega­tion in Russ­ian: A Min­i­mal­ist Approach. Stan­ford, CA: CSLI Pub­li­ca­tions, 1999. Slav­ic and East Euro­pean Jour­nal 44/4: 698–700.

2000. Kop­u­lasätze mit den pronom­i­nalen Ele­menten to/ėto im Pol­nis­chen und Rus­sis­chen. ZAS Papers in Lin­guis­tics 16: 115–139. [joint paper with Ljud­mi­la Geist]

1999. Towards a Bind­ing Analy­sis of Neg­a­tive Polar­i­ty Items. Lin­guis­tics in Pots­dam 4: 1–37. [Also appeared in: Kos­ta, P. and J. Frasek (eds.) (2002), Cur­rent Approach­es to For­mal Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics. (Lin­guis­tik Inter­na­tion­al. 9). Frank­furt am Main: Peter Lang, 377–404.]

1999. -kol­wiek Pro­nouns in Pol­ish: Neg­a­tive Polar­i­ty Items or Free Choice Items or Both? In Böttger, K., Giger, M., and B. Wiemer (eds.), Beiträge der Europäis­chen Slav­is­tis­chen Lin­guis­tik (POLYSLAV) 2. (Die Welt der Slaven. Sam­mel­bände 4). München: Sag­n­er, 51–62.

1998. Some Remarks on Min­i­mal­i­ty and Opti­mal­i­ty. Not Only in Lan­guage. Kwartalink Neo­filo­log­iczny XLV 3/98, 111–129. [joint paper with Marzena Rochoń]

1998. Some Reflec­tions on the Inter­ac­tion between Indef­i­nites and the Clause: The Case of Neg­a­tive Pro­nouns. In Giger, M. and B. Wiemer (eds.), Beiträge der Europäis­chen Slav­is­tis­chen Lin­guis­tik (POLYSLAV) 1. (Die Welt der Slaven. Sam­mel­bände 2). München: Sag­n­er, 55–65.

Edi­to­r­i­al work

2016. Ques­tions and Answers in Lin­guis­tics, vol­ume 3, num­ber 2, Novem­ber 2016. Spe­cial issue in hon­our of Prof. Boże­na Rozwad­ows­ka. Cen­ter for Gen­er­al and Com­par­a­tive Lin­guis­tics, Uni­ver­si­ty of Wrocław, Poland. [with Piotr Gul­go­ws­ki and Marcin Orszu­lak]

2016.  Mood, Aspect, Modal­ity Revis­ited. New Answers to the Old Ques­tions. Chica­go: The Uni­ver­sity of Chica­go Press. [with Anas­ta­sia Gian­naki­dou, Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka, and Krzysztof Migdal­s­ki]

2015. How cat­e­gor­i­cal are cat­e­gories? New approach­es to the old ques­tions of Noun, Verb, and Adjec­tive. (Stud­ies in Gen­er­a­tive Gram­mar. 122). Boston/Berlin: Wal­ter de Gruyter, Inc. [with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka and Krzysztof Migdal­s­ki]

2014. Das mehrsprachige Klassen­z­im­mer. Hei­del­berg: Berlin — Hei­del­berg: Springer-Ver­lag. [with Man­fred Krif­ka, Annette Leßmöll­mann, André Mei­n­unger, Bar­bara Stiebels, Rose­marie Tra­cy, and Hubert Truck­en­brodt]

2013. Ques­tions and Answers in Lin­guis­tics, vol­ume 1, num­ber 1. Wrocław: Cen­ter for Gen­er­al and Com­par­a­tive Lin­guis­tics (CGCL)

2012. Cur­rent Issues in Gen­er­a­tive Lin­guis­tics: Syn­tax, Seman­tics and Phonol­o­gy. (Gen­er­a­tive Lin­guis­tics in Wrocław No. 2). Wrocław: Cen­ter for Gen­er­al and Com­par­a­tive Lin­guis­tics (CGCL). [with Boże­na Rozwad­ows­ka and Woj­ciech Witkows­ki]

2012. Mag­da Rośœcińska-Frankowska, On the Deriva­tion of Causative and Inchoa­t­ive Verb Forms in Pol­ish, in Com­par­i­son with Eng­lish and Oth­er Lan­guages. (Gen­er­a­tive Lin­guis­tics in Wrocław No. 1). Wrocław: Cen­ter for Gen­er­al and Com­par­a­tive Lin­guis­tics (CGCL).

2004. Beiträge der Europäis­chen Slav­is­tis­chen Lin­guis­tik (POLYSLAV) 7. (Die Welt der Slaven. Sam­mel­bände 22). München: Sag­n­er. [with Markus Bay­er and Michael Betsch]

2003. Beiträge der Europäis­chen Slav­is­tis­chen Lin­guis­tik (POLYSLAV) 6. (Die Welt der Slaven. Sam­mel­bände 20). München: Sag­n­er. [with Renate Blanken­horn and Robert Marzari]

2003. Inves­ti­ga­tions into For­mal Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics. (Con­tri­bu­tions of the Fourth Euro­pean Con­fer­ence on For­mal Descrip­tion of Slav­ic Lan­guages FDSL IV, held at Pots­dam Uni­ver­si­ty, Novem­ber 28–30, 2001). (Lin­guis­tik Inter­na­tion­al. 10). Frank­furt am Main — Berlin — Bern — Brux­elles — New York — Oxford — Wien: Peter Lang. [with Jens Frasek, Ljud­mi­la Geist, Peter Kos­ta, and Marzena Żygis]

Pre­sen­ta­tions
2018. Charles Uni­ver­si­ty, Prague, The Czech Repub­lic, Inter­na­tion­al Con­fer­ence “Lin­guis­tics Prague”, April 25–27, 2018
“The pro­cess­ing of plur­al nouns in neg­a­tive sen­tences in Pol­ish” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Piotr Gul­go­ws­ki] (poster)

2018. Charles Uni­ver­si­ty, Prague, The Czech Repub­lic, Inter­na­tion­al Con­fer­ence “Lin­guis­tics Prague”, April 25–27, 2018
“The influ­ence of syn­tac­tic flex­i­bil­i­ty on the pro­duc­tion of Pol­ish idioms” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Han­na Kędzier­s­ka, Piotr Gul­go­ws­ki, Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka, and Woj­ciech Witkows­ki]

2018. Uni­ver­si­ty of Cologne, Ger­many, Work­shop “The Future in the his­to­ry of Indo-Euro­pean Lan­guages”, Jan­u­ary 12, 2018
(invit­ed lec­ture) “The future of the FUTURE

2017. Uni­ver­si­ty of Nova Gor­i­ca, Slove­nia, Con­fer­ence on For­mal Descrip­tion of Slav­ic Lan­guages 12.5, Decem­ber 7–9, 2017
“The role of con­text in idiom pro­duc­tion: An online cloze response study of Pol­ish idioms” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Han­na Kędzier­s­ka, Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka and Piotr Gul­go­ws­ki]

2017. Goethe Uni­ver­si­ty Frank­furt, Ger­many, Work­shop on Marked­ness: Per­spec­tives in Mor­phol­o­gy and Phonol­o­gy, July 13–14, 2017
“Marked­ness vs. com­po­si­tion­al­i­ty in the pro­cess­ing of gram­mat­i­cal aspect in Pol­ish” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2017. Uni­ver­si­ty of Fri­bourg, Ger­many, 7th Work­shop on Nom­i­nal­iza­tions / 7e Journée d’Etudes sur les Nom­i­nal­i­sa­tions (JENom 7), June 1–2, 2017
“Can dever­bal nom­i­nal­iza­tions be more ver­bal than finite verbs? New evi­dence from EEG record­ings” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka and Anna Czy­p­i­onka]

2017. Uni­ver­si­ty of Illi­nois at Urbana-Cham­paign, USA, For­mal Approach­es to Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics (FASL) 26, May 19–21, 2017
“Against the [+past] spec­i­fi­ca­tion of the l-par­tici­ple: Evi­dence from online pro­cess­ing of com­pound future con­struc­tions in Pol­ish” (poster)

2017. Uni­ver­si­ty of Illi­nois at Urbana-Cham­paign, USA, For­mal Approach­es to Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics (FASL) 26, May 19–21, 2017
“The pro­cess­ing of per­fec­tive and imper­fec­tive aspect in Pol­ish: Evi­dence from eye-track­ing and self-paced read­ing exper­i­ments” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka and Anna Czy­p­i­onka]

2017. Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam, Ger­many, Syn­tax-Seman­tics Col­lo­qui­um, Feb­ru­ary 7, 2017
(invit­ed lec­ture) “Why the par­ticip­i­al future in Pol­ish is no more [past] and yet more marked than its infini­ti­val vari­ant. New evi­dence from EEG record­ing”

2016. Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin, Ger­many, 12th Euro­pean Con­fer­ence on For­mal Descrip­tion of Slav­ic Lan­guages, Decem­ber 8–10, 2016
“Access­ing the com­plex­i­ty of event struc­ture in an aspec­tu­al­ly com­plex lan­guage – exper­i­men­tal evi­dence form Pol­ish” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka and Anna Czy­p­i­onka]

2016. John Paul II Catholic Uni­ver­si­ty of Lublin, Poland, 4th meet­ing of Lin­guis­tics Beyond and With­in Inter­na­tion­al Lin­guis­tics Con­fer­ence in Lublin, Octo­ber 20–21, 2016
“The pro­cess­ing of per­fec­tive and imper­fec­tive aspect in Pol­ish” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka and Anna Czy­p­i­onka]

2016. Basque Cen­ter on Cog­ni­tion, Brain and Lan­guage, Bil­bao, Spain,  AMLap 22 (22nd AMLap Con­fer­ence: Archi­tec­tures and Mech­a­nisms for Lan­guage  Pro­cess­ing), Sep­tem­ber 1–3, 2016
“Pro­cess­ing cor­re­lates of seman­tic com­plex­i­ty and marked­ness in lan­guages with perfective/imperfective oppo­si­tion” (poster accept­ed for pre­sen­ta­tion) [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka and Anna Czy­p­i­onka]

2016. Uni­ver­si­ty of Wrocław, Poland,  Inter­na­tion­al Con­fer­ence: Psy­cholin­guis­tic Inves­ti­ga­tions into Num­ber and Quan­tifi­ca­tion in Nat­ur­al Lan­guage, August 29–30, 2016
“Pro­cess­ing even­tu­al­i­ties in Pol­ish: Evi­dence from self-paced read­ing and eye-track­ing exper­i­ments” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka and Anna Czy­p­i­onka]

2016. Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin, Ger­many, Col­lo­quium: Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics,  July 11, 2016
(invit­ed lec­ture) “How much Past is there in the Periphrastic Future in Pol­ish? Exper­i­men­tal evi­dence on the sim­i­lar­i­ties and dif­fer­ences between infini­ti­val and par­ticip­i­al future con­struc­tions in Pol­ish”

2016. Cor­nell Uni­ver­si­ty, Itha­ca / New York, USA, For­mal Approach­es to Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics (FASL) 25,  May 13–15, 2016
“The role of marked­ness in aspec­tu­al mis­match detec­tion in Pol­ish. Evi­dence from ERP exper­i­ments” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2016. Uni­ver­si­ty of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA, West Coast Con­fer­ence on For­mal Lin­guis­tics (WCCFL) 34, April 29 –May 1, 2016
“Pro­cess­ing aspec­tu­al mis­match­es in Pol­ish. Evi­dence from ERP exper­i­ments” (poster) [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2016. Uni­ver­si­ty of Wrocław, Finał XIV Olimpiady Ling­wisty­ki Matem­aty­cznej, April 9, 2016
(invit­ed lec­ture) “Od 600o języków na świecie do 1 języ­ka w mózgu”

2016. Uni­ver­sity of Wrocław, IV Wrocławskie Dni Mózgu, March 16–17, 2016
(ple­nary talk) “Językoz­naw­st­wo teo­re­ty­czne a psy­chol­ing­wisty­ka: Bada­nia ekspery­men­talne jako dostar­czy­ciel dowodów dla teo­re­ty­cznych anal­iz”

2015. Uni­ver­sity of Wrocław, A spe­cial psy­cholin­guis­tic work­shop with Prof. Col­in Phillips, Decem­ber 16–18, 2015
“The role of marked­ness in the pro­cess­ing of gram­mat­i­cal aspect in Pol­ish” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2015. Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam, FDSL 11 (11th For­mal Descrip­tion of Slav­ic Lan­guages Con­fer­ence), Decem­ber 2–4, 2015
(ple­nary talk) “The puz­zling FUTURE

2015. Uni­ver­sity of Wrocław, A spe­cial lin­guis­tic work­shop in hon­our of Prof. Boże­na Rozwad­ows­ka, Novem­ber 4, 2015
“Noun? Verb? Both? Nei­ther? — Psy­cholin­guis­tic research on the pro­cess­ing of nom­i­nal­iza­tions” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Anna Czy­p­i­onka and Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2015. Hun­gar­i­an Acad­e­my of Sci­ences, Budapest, Inter­na­tion­al Work­shop: Lin­guis­tic and Cog­ni­tive Aspects of Quan­tifi­ca­tion (LCQ 2015), Octo­ber 16–17, 2015
“Focus asso­ci­a­tion revealed in read­ing times” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Bar­bara Tomaszewicz and Roumyana Panche­va]

2015. Uni­ver­si­dad Nacional de Edu­cación a Dis­tan­cia, Madrid, Exper­i­men­tal Psy­cholin­guis­tics Con­fer­ence (ERP), Octo­ber 7–9, 2015
“Selec­tion­al restric­tions imposed by the future aux­il­iary będzie on its ver­bal com­ple­ment in Pol­ish: An ERP-study”

2015. Europa-Uni­ver­sität Viad­ri­na Frank­furt (Oder), Ger­many, GAL-Tagung 2015, Sek­tion: Migra­tionslin­guis­tik und Mehrsprachigkeit, Sep­tem­ber 23–25, 2015
“Aus dem Sprach­leben deutsch-pol­nis­ch­er Schüler in Berlin: eine Frage­bo­gen­studie” [joint  pre­sen­ta­tion with Marzena Żygis]

2015. Uni­ver­si­ty of Wrocław, Inter­na­tion­al Con­fer­ence: ‘Insuf­fi­cient strength to defend its case’: Case attrac­tion and relat­ed phe­nom­e­na, Sep­tem­ber 18–19, 2015
“The­o­ret­i­cal intro­duc­tion: The case of Case”

2015. Uni­ver­si­ty of Mal­ta, Val­let­ta, Inter­na­tion­al Con­fer­ence: Archi­tec­tures and Mech­a­nism for Lan­guage Pro­cess­ing (AMLaP), Sep­tem­ber 3–5, 2015
“Focus asso­ci­a­tion revealed in read­ing times” (poster) [joint  pre­sen­ta­tion with Bar­bara Tomaszewicz and Roumyana Panche­va]

2015. Freie Uni­ver­sität  Berlin, Ger­many, Work­shop: Cat­e­gories in Gram­mar – Cri­te­ria and Lim­i­ta­tions, July 2–4, 2015
“Nego­ti­at­ing the noun-verb bor­ders – Psy­cholin­guis­tic research on the pro­cess­ing of nom­i­nal­iza­tions” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Anna Czy­p­i­onka, Piotr Gul­go­ws­ki, and Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2015. Uni­ver­si­ty of Stuttgart, Ger­many, Stuttgarter SFB guest lec­ture series, April 27, 2015
“Am I Ger­man or Pol­ish? A case study with Pol­ish-Ger­man chil­dren and ado­les­cents liv­ing in Berlin” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Marzena Żygis]

2015. The Cen­ters for Advanced Stud­ies in the Human­i­ties (GWZ) [ZAS, Cen­ter for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics; ZfL, Cen­ter for Lit­er­ary and Cul­tur­al Research; ZMO, Cen­ter for Mod­ern Ori­en­tal Stud­ies] in Berlin, Ger­many, Con­fer­ence: Bor­ders & Iden­ti­ty III, March 16–19, 2015 “Am I Ger­man or Pol­ish? A case study with Pol­ish-Ger­man chil­dren and ado­les­cents liv­ing in Berlin” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Marzena Żygis]

2014. Uni­ver­si­ty of Göt­tin­gen, Ger­many, Col­lo­qui­um: Lin­guis­tics in Göt­tin­gen — A plat­form for empir­i­cal and the­o­ret­i­cal lin­guis­tics, July 9, 2014
(invit­ed talk) “What do Pol­ish and (some) erga­tive lan­guages have in com­mon? The case of Pol­ish (negat­ed) PP-BE-NP and NP-BE-PP con­struc­tions”

2014. Berlin, Ger­many, Sven-Wal­ter-Insti­tut zur Sprach­förderung, GFBM, Pro­gramm Trans­fer­work­shop SPAS Vplus, July 2, 2014
(invit­ed talk) “Sprachvielfalt in ein­er mehrsprachi­gen Klasse — Zugang zur deutschen Sprache von ver­schiede­nen Sprach­grup­pen. Mit welch­er Sprache iden­ti­fiziere ich mich?”

2014. Między­nar­o­dowe Cen­trum Kultury/International Cul­tur­al Cen­tre, Kraków, Poland, Nations and Stereo­types 25 Years After. New Bor­ders, New Hori­zons, June 4–6, 2014
“How do you feel about Poland and Ger­many if you are bilin­gual?” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Marzena Żygis]

2014. Bad Muskau, Ger­many, Dwu­języ­czność. Kon­fer­enc­ja Fed­er­al­nego Związku Nauczy­cieli Języ­ka Pol­skiego, April 4–6, 2014
(invit­ed talk) “Tożsamość indy­wid­u­al­na a wielo­języ­czność. Wielopłaszczyznowe studi­um dzieci pol­sko-niemiec­kich mieszka­ją­cych w Berlin­ie” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Marzena Żygis]

2013. McMas­ter Uni­ver­si­ty, Hamil­ton, Cana­da, FASL 22 (22nd Work­shop of For­mal Approach­es to Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics), May 3–5, 2013
“Simul­tane­ity and ante­ri­or­i­ty con­verbs and aspec­tu­al mis­match­es in Pol­ish — an ERP study” [joint poster pre­sen­ta­tion with Patryc­ja Jabłońs­ka and Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2013. Uni­ver­si­ty of Wrocław, TRAIT Work­shop How cat­e­gor­i­cal are cat­e­gories?, Jan­u­ary 7–9, 2013
“An ERP study on aspec­tu­al coer­cion in con­ver­bial con­texts in Pol­ish” [joint poster pre­sen­ta­tion with Patryc­ja Jabłońs­ka, Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka, and Krzysztof Migdal­s­ki]

2012. Uni­ver­si­dad Nacional de Edu­cación a Dis­tan­cia, Madrid, Exper­i­men­tal Psy­cholin­guis­tics Con­fer­ence (ERP), Novem­ber 7–9, 2012
“Exper­i­men­tal evi­dence on aspec­tu­al coer­cion –“ the case of Pol­ish adver­bial participles”[joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Patryc­ja Jabłońs­ka, Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka, and Krzysztof Migdal­s­ki]

2012. Uni­ver­si­ty of Lodz, TIMEL­ing 2012 (Time and Tem­po­ral­i­ty in Lan­guage and Human Expe­ri­ence), Octo­ber 11–13, 2012
“How real is future? The case of futu­rates in Pol­ish” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2012. Adam Mick­iewicz Uni­ver­si­ty, Poz­nań, PLM 2012 (43rd Poz­nań Lin­guis­tic Meet­ing), Sep­tem­ber 8–10, 2012
“Exper­i­men­tal evi­dence on aspec­tu­al coer­cion – the case of Pol­ish adver­bial par­tici­ples” (abstract accept­ed for pre­sen­ta­tion) [joint paper with Patryc­ja Jabłońs­ka, Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka, and Krzysztof Migdal­s­ki]

2012. Uni­ver­si­ty of Kansas (Lawrence, Kansas, USA), SLS 7 (7th Annu­al Meet­ing of the Slav­ic Lin­guis­tic Soci­ety), August 25–27, 2012
“Futures and futu­rates in Pol­ish: A force-the­o­ret­ic account” (abstract accept­ed for pre­sen­ta­tion) [joint paper with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2011. ZAS (Zen­trum für All­ge­meine Sprach­wis­senschaft), Berlin, Ger­many, March 24, 2011 (invit­ed talk) “Sprache und Iden­tität: sozi­olin­guis­tis­che Studie über deutsch-pol­nis­che Kinder in Berlin” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Marzena Żygis]

2011. Göt­tin­gen, FDSL 9 (9th For­mal Descrip­tion of Slav­ic Lan­guages Con­fer­ence), Decem­ber 7–9, 2011
“Futures in Pol­ish and Sloven­ian from the per­spec­tive of a force-dynam­ic mod­el” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2011. Utrecht, SuB 16 (16th Sinn und Bedeu­tung Con­fer­ence), Sep­tem­ber 6–8, 2011 “Futures in Pol­ish and Sloven­ian from the per­spec­tive of a force-dynam­ic mod­el” (abstract accept­ed for pre­sen­ta­tion) [joint paper with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2011. MIT/Cambridge, MA, FASL 20 (20th Work­shop of For­mal Approach­es to Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics), May 13–15, 2011
“Futures in Pol­ish and Sloven­ian: ‘a hole in a sock’ the­o­ry” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2011. Birm­ing­ham, UK, CHRONOS 10 (10th Inter­na­tion­al Con­fer­ence on Tense, Aspect, Modal­i­ty, and Evi­den­tial­i­ty), April 18–20, 2011
“Two Futures in Pol­ish” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka]

2010. Novi Sad, Sin­Fonl­JA 3, (The Third Annu­al Con­fer­ence on Syn­tax; Phonol­o­gy and Lin­guis­tic Analy­sis), Octo­ber 1–3, 2010
“On the Tense-less Future in Pol­ish” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Patryc­ja Jabłońs­ka, Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka, and Krzysztof Migdal­s­ki]

2010. Vil­nius, 43rd Annu­al Meet­ing of Soci­etas Lin­guis­ti­ca Europaea, Sep­tem­ber 2–5, 2010
“The Rid­dle of Future Tense in Pol­ish: How much ‘˜future’™ is there in ‘˜Future Tense’™?” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Patryc­ja Jabłońs­ka, Doro­ta Klimek-Jankows­ka, and Krzysztof Migdal­s­ki]

2010. Seoul, Seoul Inter­na­tion­al Con­fer­ence on Lin­guis­tics (SICOL 2010), Korea Uni­ver­si­ty, Seoul, June 23–25, 2010
“The End of the Extend­ed Pro­jec­tion Prin­ci­ple (EPP) ante por­tas?”

2010. Tübin­gen, invit­ed talk, Jan­u­ary 25, 2010
“Against Pred­i­cate Inver­sion and Phase Exten­sion: Evi­dence from Pol­ish (Slav­ic lan­guages)”

2009. Leipzig, GGS 2009 (Gen­er­a­tive Gram­matik des Südens), May 22–24, 2009
“Pred­i­cate Inver­sion and Phase Exten­sion: A new the­o­ry of syn­tac­tic local­i­ty or get­ting into trou­ble?”

2009. Luther­stadt Wit­ten­berg, Leipzig-Pots­dam Lin­guis­tic Work­shop at Leu­corea / Luther­stadt Wit­ten­berg (“Mor­phol­o­gy and Move­ment”), March 26–27, 2009
“Case Assign­ment and ‘˜Long-Dis­tance’™ Agree­ment in a Phase Mod­el of Syn­tax Revis­it­ed”

2009. Serock, FOCUS Work­shop Cat­e­go­riza­tion of the World, Feb­ru­ary 25–28, 2009
“Cross-lin­guis­tic vari­a­tion in the expres­sion of nega­tion”

2008. Leipzig, Work­shop on “Per­spec­tives of Min­i­mal­ist Syn­tax”, Octo­ber 27–28, 2008
“The end of the Extend­ed Pro­jec­tion Prin­ci­ple (EPP) ante por­tas?”

2008. Ham­burg, Work­shop on Free Choice­ness: Facts, Mod­els and Prob­lems, held dur­ing the 20th Euro­pean Sum­mer School in Log­ic, Lan­guage and Infor­ma­tion, August 11–15, 2008
“The Puz­zle of kol­wiek-Pro­nouns in Pol­ish” [accept­ed paper]

2008. Seoul, 10th Seoul Inter­na­tion­al Con­fer­ence on Gen­er­a­tive Gram­mar, Dong­guk Uni­ver­si­ty, Seoul, July 17–18, 2008.
“Case Assign­ment and ‘˜Long-Dis­tance’™ Agree­ment in a Phase Mod­el of Syn­tax Revis­it­ed” [accept­ed paper]

2008. Colum­bus, Third Annu­al Meet­ing of the Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics Soci­ety, Ohio State Uni­ver­si­ty, Colum­bus, June 10–12, 2008
“The End of the Extend­ed Pro­jec­tion Prin­ci­ple (EPP) ante por­tas?”

2008. War­saw, GLiP-6 (Gen­er­a­tive Lin­guis­tics in Poland 6), April 5–6, 2008
“Case Assign­ment and ‘˜Long-Dis­tance’™ Agree­ment in a Phase Mod­el of Syn­tax Revis­it­ed” [accept­ed paper]

2008. Bam­berg, Work­shop on Exper­i­men­tal Pragmatics/Semantics, 30th Annunal Meet­ing of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Sprache (DGfS), Feb­ru­ary 27–29, 2008
“Con­text-Depen­den­cy or Default Pro­cess­ing: An ERP Study on Scalar Impli­ca­tures” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Hein­er Dren­haus and Julia Holz­grefe]

2007. Berlin, Con­fer­ence on Exper­i­men­tal Prag­mat­ics, Decem­ber 14–16, 2007.
“Con­text-Depen­den­cy or Default Pro­cess­ing: An ERP Study on Scalar Impli­ca­tures” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Hein­er Dren­haus and Julia Holz­grefe]

2007. Vito­ria-Gasteiz, Work­shop on Argu­ment Struc­ture and Syn­tac­tic Rela­tions Uni­ver­si­ty of Basque Coun­try, May 23–25, 2007
“Existential/Locative/Possessive Sen­tences Revis­it­ed. Evi­dence from Pol­ish (Slav­ic)” [alter­nate talk]

2007. Stony Brook, NY, 16th Annu­al For­mal Approach­es to Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics, May 4–6, 2007
“What HAS to BE used? Exis­ten­tial, loca­tive, and pos­ses­sive sen­tences in Pol­ish (Slav­ic)”

2006. Barcelona, 11th Annu­al Meet­ing of the Gesellschaft für Seman­tik, Sinn und Bedeu­tung 11, Sep­tem­ber 21–23, 2006
“On the ‘Real’ Strength of Strength: An ERP Study on Neg­a­tive-Polar­i­ty-Items (NPI) in Ger­man” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Hein­er Dren­haus and Juliane Schütte]

2006. Osnabrück, Con­fer­ence on Quan­ti­ta­tive Inves­ti­ga­tions in The­o­ret­i­cal Lin­guis­tics (QITL 2), June 1–2, 2006
“Sim­ple Down­ward Entail­ment is not strong enough: An ERP Study on Neg­a­tive Polar­i­ty Items (NPI) in Ger­man” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Hein­er Dren­haus and Juliane Schütte]

2006. Hawaii, invit­ed talk at the “Tues­day sem­i­nar” at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Hawai’™i at Manoa, Jan­u­ary 17, 2006
“The ‘˜Bagel Prob­lem’™ in Pol­ish”

2005. Pots­dam, Work­shop: Polar­i­ty meets Psy­cholin­guis­tics, Decem­ber 8–9, 2005
“When Sim­ple Down­ward Entail­ment does not work: An ERP Study on Neg­a­tive Polar­i­ty Items (NPI) in Ger­man” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Hein­er Dren­haus and Juliane Schütte]

2005. Pots­dam, 6th Euro­pean Con­fer­ence on For­mal Descrip­tions of Slav­ic Lan­guages (FDSL 6), Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam, Novem­ber 30- Decem­ber 2, 2005
“The NOM/GEN ‘˜Sub­ject’™ Puz­zle in Pol­ish”

2004. Kon­stanz, Work­shop on Infini­tives, Sep­tem­ber 30 — Octo­ber 2, 2004
“Into­na­tion­al Phras­ing, Dis­con­ti­nu­ity, and the Scope of Nega­tion” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Hans-Mar­tin Gärt­ner]

2004. Berg­amo, 7th Sym­po­sium of Euro­pean Slav­is­tic Lin­guis­tics (POLYSLAV 8), Sep­tem­ber 23–25, 2004
“Two BEs or Not Two BEs?”

2004. Nijmegen, Work­shop on “The Dif­fer­en­tial Sub­ject Mark­ing”, July 8–9, 2004
“Gen­i­tive vs. Nom­i­na­tive Sub­jects in ‘˜X was not at Y’™-Constructions in Pol­ish and Their Aspec­tu­al and Struc­tur­al Depen­den­cies”

2004. Leipzig, invit­ed talk, Jan­u­ary 30, 2004
“Into­na­tion­al Phras­ing, Dis­con­ti­nu­ity, and the Scope of Nega­tion” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Hans-Mar­tin Gärt­ner]

2004. Wash­ing­ton, George­town Uni­ver­si­ty Round­table (GURT) Con­fer­ence “Com­par­a­tive and Cross-Lin­guis­tic Research in Syn­tax, Seman­tics and Com­pu­ta­tion­al Lin­guis­tics”, March 26–29, 2004
“Explain­ing the ‘˜Bagel Prob­lem’™: The Case of Pol­ish -kol­wiek-NPIs”

2003. Tübin­gen, 7th Sym­po­sium of Euro­pean Slav­is­tic Lin­guis­tics (POLYSLAV 7),  Sep­tem­ber 18–20, 2003.
“Some Remarks on Exis­ten­tial Con­struc­tions in Pol­ish”

2003. Ottawa, 12th Annu­al Work­shop on For­mal Approach­es to Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics (FASL 12),  May 9–11, 2003
“The Rid­dle of ‘˜X was not at Y’™-Constructions: Pol­ish, Erga­tive!?!”

2003. Poz­nań, 34th Poz­nań Lin­guis­tic Meet­ing (PLM 34), Syn­tax Ses­sion, May 2–3, 2003
“The Rid­dle of ‘˜X was not at Y’™-Constructions: Pol­ish, Erga­tive!?!”

2003. Pots­dam, Work­shop on Polar­i­ty and Scalar­i­ty, Jan­u­ary 23–25, 2003
“NPIs in Pol­ish and the ‘˜Bagel Prob­lem’™”

2002. War­saw, 6th Sym­po­sium of Euro­pean Slav­is­tic Lin­guis­tics (POLYSLAV 6), Sep­tem­ber 26–28, 2002
“NegP in Pol­ish: Pro and Con­tra”

2002. Amherst, Uni­ver­si­ty of Mass­a­chu­setts, 11th Annu­al Work­shop on For­mal Approach­es to Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics (FASL 11), May 3–5, 2002
“Explain­ing the ‘˜Bagel Prob­lem’™: The Case of Pol­ish -kol­wiek-NPIs”

2002. Chica­go, 38th Meet­ing of the Chica­go Lin­guis­tic Soci­ety (CLS 38), Parases­sion “Nega­tion and Polar­i­ty Items”, April 25–27, 2002
“Explain­ing the ‘˜Bagel Prob­lem’™: The Case of Pol­ish -kol­wiek-NPIs”

2001. Pots­dam, 4th Euro­pean Con­fer­ence on For­mal Descrip­tions of Slav­ic Lan­guages (FDSL 4), Novem­ber 28–30, 2001
“Get­ting Rid of Covert Move­ment or Get­ting into Trou­ble?”

2001. Prague, 5th Sym­po­sium of Euro­pean Slav­is­tic Lin­guis­tics (POLYSLAV 5), Sep­tem­ber 27–29, 2001
“On Licens­ing Con­di­tions for N-Words in Pol­ish”

2001. Tübin­gen, invit­ed talk, July 2, 2001
“(Neg­a­tive) Polar­ität­saus­drücke im Pol­nis­chen: Ver­such ein­er ein­heitlichen Analyse”

2001. Bochum, GGS (Gen­er­a­tive Gram­matik des Südens) at the Ruhr-Uni­ver­si­ty of Bochum, June 15–17, 2001
“Zur Diachronie der Quirky-Sub­jek­te” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Susann Fis­ch­er]

2001. Mon­tre­al, McGill Uni­ver­si­ty, 16th Com­par­a­tive Ger­man­ic Syn­tax Work­shop (CGSW 16), May 5–6, 2001
“Into­na­tion­al Phras­ing, Dis­con­ti­nu­ity, and the Scope of Nega­tion” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Hans-Mar­tin Gärt­ner]

2001. Bra­ga, Por­tu­gal, GLOW 24, April 8–10, 2001
“Into­na­tion­al Phras­ing, Dis­con­ti­nu­ity, and the Scope of Nega­tion” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Hans-Mar­tin Gärt­ner]

2001. Bochum, GESUS, Bochumer Lin­guis­tik-Tage, Ruhr-Uni­ver­si­ty of Bochum, March 26–28, 2001
“On Quirky Sub­jects” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Susann Fis­ch­er]

1999. Leipzig, 3rd Euro­pean Con­fer­ence on For­mal Descrip­tions of Slav­ic Lan­guages (FDSL 3), Decem­ber, 1–3, 1999
“Syn­tax und Seman­tik von Kop­u­lasätzen mit pronom­i­nalen Ele­menten to/ėto im Pol­nis­chen und Rus­sis­chen” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Ljud­mi­la Geist]

1999. Poz­nań, 32nd Poz­nań Lin­guis­tic Meet­ing (PLM 32): Work­shop on “The Syn­tax and Seman­tics of Slav­ic Nega­tion”, May 1–2, 1999
“Lex­i­cal Nega­tion and Licens­ing of N-Words”

1998. Sal­ford (Great Man­ches­ter), 1st Annu­al Inter­na­tion­al Con­fer­ence: Nega­tion. Syn­tax, Seman­tics and Prag­mat­ics, Octo­ber 30-Novem­ber 1, 1998
“The Rid­dle of N-Words in Pol­ish: Quan­tifi­ca­tion­al ver­sus Non­quan­tifi­ca­tion­al, Uni­ver­sal ver­sus Exis­ten­tial”

1998. Berlin, Hum­boldt-Uni­ver­si­ty, 2nd Sym­po­sium of Euro­pean Slav­is­tic Lin­guis­tics (POLYSLAV 2), Octo­ber 8–10, 1998
“Neg­a­tive Polar­i­ty Items and Free Choice Items: The Case of Pol­ish -kol­wiek Pro­nouns”

1997. Pots­dam, 2nd Euro­pean Con­fer­ence on For­mal Descrip­tions of Slav­ic Lan­guages (FDSL 2), Novem­ber 20–22, 1997
“Towards a Bind­ing Analy­sis of Neg­a­tive Polar­i­ty Items in Pol­ish”

1997. Kon­stanz, 1st Sym­po­sium of Euro­pean Slav­is­tic Lin­guis­tics (POLYSLAV 1), Octo­ber 9–11, 1997
“Some Remarks on the Cat­e­go­ry of ‘˜(In-)definiteness’™ in Pol­ish: Nom­i­nal Phras­es and Word Order”

1997. Poz­nań, 30th Poz­nań Lin­guis­tic Meet­ing (PLM 30): “Recent Devel­op­ments in Lin­guis­tic The­o­ry and Their Appli­ca­tion to Lan­guage Com­par­i­son”, May 1–3, 1997
“Some Remarks on Min­i­mal­i­ty and Opti­mal­i­ty, Not Only in Lan­guage” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with with Marzena Rochoń]

Guest lec­tures
2018. Uni­ver­si­ty of Cologne, Ger­many, Work­shop “The Future in the his­to­ry of Indo-Euro­pean Lan­guages”, Jan­u­ary 12, 2018
“The future of the FUTURE

2017. Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam, Ger­many, Syn­tax-Seman­tics Col­lo­qui­um, Feb­ru­ary 7, 2017
“Why the par­ticip­i­al future in Pol­ish is no more [past] and yet more marked than its infini­ti­val vari­ant. New evi­dence from EEG record­ing”

2016. Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin, Ger­many, Col­lo­quium: Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics,  July 11, 2016
“How much Past is there in the Periphrastic Future in Pol­ish? Exper­i­men­tal evi­dence on the sim­i­lar­i­ties and dif­fer­ences between infini­ti­val and par­ticip­i­al future con­struc­tions in Pol­ish”

2016. Uni­ver­si­ty of Wrocław, Finał XIV Olimpiady Ling­wisty­ki Matem­aty­cznej, April 9, 2016
“Od 6000 języków na świecie do 1 języ­ka w mózgu”

2016. Uni­ver­sity of Wrocław, IV Wrocławskie Dni Mózgu, March 16–17, 2016
(ple­nary talk) “Językoz­naw­st­wo teo­re­ty­czne a psy­chol­ing­wisty­ka: Bada­nia ekspery­men­talne jako dostar­czy­ciel dowodów dla teo­re­ty­cznych anal­iz”

2015. Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam, Ger­many, Con­fer­ence: For­mal Descrip­tion of Slav­ic Lan­guages (FDSL) 11, Decem­ber 2–4, 2015
(ple­nary talk) “The puz­zling FUTURE

2014. Uni­ver­si­ty of Göt­tin­gen, Ger­many, Col­lo­qui­um: Lin­guis­tics in Göt­tin­gen — A plat­form for empir­i­cal and the­o­ret­i­cal lin­guis­tics, July 9, 2014
“What do Pol­ish and (some) erga­tive lan­guages have in com­mon? The case of Pol­ish (negat­ed) PP-BE-NP and NP-BE-PP con­struc­tions”

2014. Berlin, Ger­many, Sven-Wal­ter-Insti­tut zur Sprach­förderung, GFBM, Pro­gramm Trans­fer­work­shop SPAS Vplus, July 2, 2014
“Sprachvielfalt in ein­er mehrsprachi­gen Klasse — Zugang zur deutschen Sprache von ver­schiede­nen Sprach­grup­pen. Mit welch­er Sprache iden­ti­fiziere ich mich?”

2014. Bad Muskau, Ger­many, Dwu­języ­czność. Kon­fer­encja Fed­er­al­nego Związku Nauczy­cieli Języ­ka Pol­skiego, April 4–6, 2014
(ple­nary talk) “Tożsamość indy­wid­u­alna a wielo­języ­czność. Wielopłaszczyznowe studi­um dzieci pol­sko-niemiec­kich mieszka­ją­cych w Berlin­ie” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Marzena Żygis]

2011. ZAS (Cen­tre for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics), Berlin, Ger­many, March 24, 2011
“Sprache und Iden­tität: sozi­olin­guis­tis­che Studie über deutsch-pol­nis­che Kinder in Berlin” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Marzena Żygis]

2010. Uni­ver­si­ty of Tübin­gen, Ger­many, Junuary 25, 2010
“Against Pred­i­cate Inver­sion and Phase Exten­sion: Evi­dence from Eng­lish (Slav­ic lan­guages)”

2010. Luther­stadt Wit­ten­berg, Ger­many, Leipzig-Pots­dam Lin­guis­tic Work­shop at Leu­corea (“Mor­phol­ogy and Move­ment”), March 26–27, 2009
“Case Assign­ment and ‘Long-Dis­tance’ Agree­ment in a Phase Mod­el of Syn­tax Revis­it­ed)”

2008. Leipzig Uni­ver­si­ty, Ger­many, Work­shop on “Per­spec­tives of Min­i­mal­ist Syn­tax”, Octo­ber 27–28, 2008
“The end of the Extend­ed Pro­jec­tion Prin­ci­ple (EPP) ante por­tas?”

2006. Hon­olu­lu, Hawaii, USA, “Tues­day sem­i­nar” at the Uni­ver­sity of Hawai’™i at Manoa, Jan­u­ary 17, 2006
“The ‘˜Bagel Prob­lem’™ in Pol­ish”

2005. Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam, Ger­many, Work­shop: Polar­i­ty meets Psy­cholin­guis­tics, Decem­ber 8–9, 2005
“When Sim­ple Down­ward Entail­ment Does Not Work: An ERP Study on Neg­a­tive Polar­i­ty Items (NPIs) in Ger­man” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Hein­er Dren­haus and Juliane Schütte]

2004. Leipzig Uni­ver­si­ty, Ger­many, Jan­u­ary 30, 2004
“Into­na­tional Phras­ing, Dis­con­ti­nu­ity, and the Scope of Nega­tion” [joint pre­sen­ta­tion with Hans-Mar­tin Gärt­ner]

2001. Uni­ver­si­ty of Tübin­gen, Ger­many, July 2, 2001
“(Neg­a­tive) Polar­ität­saus­drücke im Pol­nis­chen: Ver­such ein­er ein­heitlichen Analyse”

Schol­ar­ships / Grants

2018–2019
Funds with­in the DAAD Pro­gramme for Project-Relat­ed Per­son­al Exchange, research project “The per­cep­tion and pro­cess­ing of for­eign accent from a Ger­man-Pol­ish per­spec­tive” (Prin­ci­pal Inves­ti­ga­tors: Prof. Joan­na Błaszczak (Uni­ver­si­ty of Wrocław) and Dr Marzena Żygis PD (Leib­niz-ZAS & Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin))

2017–2018
Funds with­in the DAAD Pro­gramme for Project-Relat­ed Per­son­al Exchange, research project “Lin­guis­tic pre­dic­tions in con­text: Col­lo­ca­tions and selec­tion from a psy­cholin­guis­tic and cor­pus lin­guis­tic per­spec­tive” (Prin­ci­pal Inves­ti­ga­tors: Prof. Joan­na Błaszczak (Uni­ver­si­ty of Wrocław) and Prof. Roland Mey­er (Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin))

2015–2018
Funds with­in the pro­gramme “Ost­part­ner­schaften” (Deutsch­er Akademis­ch­er Aus­tausch­di­enst – DAAD) (col­lab­o­ra­tion with Prof. Man­fred Krif­ka and his col­leagues from the Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin)

2014–2017
Grant from the Nation­al Sci­ence Cen­tre, pro­gram OPUS 5, research project “Psy­cholin­guis­tic inves­ti­ga­tions into num­ber and quan­tifi­ca­tion in nat­ur­al lan­guage”; in addi­tion, an eye­track­ing lab­o­ra­to­ry and exper­i­men­tal soft­ware (Pre­sen­ta­tion, E-Prime, SPSS), Prin­ci­pal Inves­ti­ga­tor

01.01.2014–31.12.2015
Grant from the Foun­da­tion for Pol­ish Sci­ence, pro­gram FOCUS, research project “Focus on lin­guis­tic cat­e­gories express­ing even­tu­al­i­ties”, Prin­ci­pal Inves­ti­ga­tor

01. 2011
Grant from the Foun­da­tion for Pol­ish Sci­ence for estab­lish­ing a psy­cholin­guis­tic EEG lab­o­ra­to­ry

01.10.2010–30.09.2013
Grant from the Foun­da­tion for Pol­ish Sci­ence, pro­gram FOCUS, research project “Under­stand­ing lin­guis­tic cat­e­gories: Tem­po­ral­i­ty at the inter­faces”, Prin­ci­pal Inves­ti­ga­tor

1996–1998
Ph.D. stipend from the Grad­u­ate Pro­gram “Econ­o­my and Com­plex­i­ty of Lan­guage” (Graduiertenkol­leg “Ö–konomie und Kom­plex­ität in der Sprache”) (Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin/University of Pots­dam)

1989–1995
Stipend from the Pol­ish Min­istry of Edu­ca­tion and the Ger­man Aca­d­e­m­ic Exchange Ser­vice (DAAD, Deutsch­er Akademis­ch­er Aus­tausch­di­enst) for stud­ies abroad

Inter­na­tion­al Coop­er­a­tion

Coop­er­a­tion part­ner in the Czech Sci­ence Foun­da­tion (GAČR) project “For­mal approach­es to num­ber in Slav­ic” (Prin­ci­pal Inves­ti­ga­tor: Prof. Mojmír Dočekal), Masaryk Uni­ver­sity, Brno, Czech Repub­lic, 2017–2020

Coop­er­a­tion part­ner in the Ger­man Research Foun­da­tion (DFG) project ““Def­i­nite­ness in arti­cle­less Slav­ic lan­guages” (Prin­ci­pal Inves­ti­ga­tor: Dr. Radek Šimik), Hum­boldt Uni­ver­sity of Berlin, Ger­many, 2016–2019

Hon­ours
2010. Wrocław Uni­ver­si­ty Rector’™s Prize for Out­stand­ing Orga­ni­za­tion­al Achieve­ments.

2012. Wrocław Uni­ver­si­ty Rector’™s Prize for Out­stand­ing Orga­ni­za­tion­al Achieve­ments.

2014. Wrocław Uni­ver­sity Rector’™s Prize for Out­stand­ing Orga­ni­za­tional Achieve­ments.

2015. Award of the Min­istry of Sci­ence and High­er Edu­ca­tion for Out­stand­ing Orga­ni­za­tional Achieve­ments.

2016. Nom­i­na­tion by the Foun­da­tion for Pol­ish Sci­ence (FNP) to join Acad­e­mi­aNet — Expert Data­base for Out­stand­ing Female Aca­d­e­mics

2016. Nom­i­nat­ed by the LINGUIST List as one of the Fea­tured Lin­guists of 2016

Oth­er pro­fes­sion­al expe­ri­ence
Prac­ti­cal train­ing / fur­ther voca­tion­al train­ing

Novem­ber 26, 2010. Hum­boldt-Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin / Insti­tute of Psy­chol­o­gy
Par­tic­i­pa­tion in the Work­shop on PRESENTSION / MATLAB (Instruc­tors: Rain­er Kni­esche / Sven Blanken­burg)

Jan­u­ary 24–27, 2011. Hum­boldt-Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin / Insti­tute of Psy­chol­o­gy
Prac­ti­cal train­ing in a psy­cholin­guis­tic (EEG) lab­o­ra­to­ry

Feb­ru­ary 28 — March 2, 2011. Hum­boldt-Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin
Par­tic­i­pa­tion in the Psy­cholin­guis­tis­ch­er Meth­o­d­en­work­shop

June 2011, Uni­ver­si­ty of Wro­claw
Par­tic­i­pa­tion in a train­ing (EEG instruc­tion) offered by the ELMIKO Com­pany from War­saw

March 29–30, 2012. Munich, Ger­many
Par­tic­i­pa­tion in the Brain Prod­ucts EEG Begin­ner Work­shop (Lec­tur­ers: Dr. Roland Csuhaj / Dr. Lisa Glass)

May 29–31, 2012. Hum­boldt-Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin / Depart­ment of Ger­man Lan­guage and Lin­guis­tics / Psy­cholin­guis­tics
Prac­ti­cal train­ing in the EEG-data analy­sis (Instruc­tor: Juliane Domke)

August 10–16, 2013. IFA, Wro­claw
Sta­tis­tics course (SPSS) (Instruc­tor: dr Bogusława Błoch)

Sep­tem­ber 19, 2013. War­saw
Work­shop “What makes suc­cess­ful researchers? Sup­port­ing career devel­op­ment in sci­ence”

Octo­ber 16–17, 2013. Kraków
Train­ing on self-pre­sen­ta­tion and pub­lic speak­ing (Train­er: Car­o­line van den Brul, UK)

Sum­mer schools in lin­guis­tics
2013. Cen­tral Euro­pean Sum­mer School in Gen­er­a­tive Gram­mar in Wrocław.

2012. Cen­tral Euro­pean Sum­mer School in Gen­er­a­tive Gram­mar in Wrocław.

2009. Cen­tral Euro­pean Sum­mer School in Gen­er­a­tive Gram­mar in Poz­nań.

1997. Cen­tral Euro­pean Sum­mer School in Gen­er­a­tive Gram­mar in Olo­mouc.

1996. Cen­tral Euro­pean Sum­mer School in Gen­er­a­tive Gram­mar in Olo­mouc.

Con­fer­ence / work­shop orga­ni­za­tion
Co-orga­niz­er of the Sec­ond Sym­po­sium of Euro­pean Slav­is­tic Lin­guis­tics (POLYSLAV 2), Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty, Berlin, Octo­ber 8–10.

Co-orga­niz­er of the Fourth Euro­pean Con­fer­ence on For­mal Descrip­tions of Slav­ic Lan­guages (FDSL 4), Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam, Novem­ber 28–30.

Co-orga­niz­er of the Sixth Euro­pean Con­fer­ence on For­mal Descrip­tions of Slav­ic Lan­guages (FDSL 6), Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam, Novem­ber 30- Decem­ber 2

Prepa­ra­tion work­shop for The Sixth Inter­na­tion­al Olympiad in The­o­ret­i­cal, Math­e­mat­i­cal and Applied Lin­guis­tics for sec­ondary school stu­dents (held in Sun­ny Beach, Bul­gar­ia, from 4th to 9th August, 2008)

Co-orga­niz­er of the Work­shop on ‘Clausal Struc­ture: How universal/variable is it?’, Poz­nań Lin­guis­tic Meet­ing, Gniezno, Sep­tem­ber 2–5, 2009

Co-orga­niz­er of GLOW 33, Uni­ver­si­ty of Wro­claw, April 13–16, 2010

Co-orga­niz­er of GLiP-7 (Gen­er­a­tive Lin­guis­tics in Poland 7), Uni­ver­si­ty of Wro­claw, Decem­ber 2–4, 2011

Co-orga­niz­er of the inter­na­tion­al work­shop “How cat­e­gor­i­cal are cat­e­gories?”, Uni­veristy of Wro­claw, Jan­u­ary 7–9, 2013

Co-orga­niz­er of the inter­na­tional con­fer­ence “‘Insuf­fi­cient strength to defend its case’: Case attrac­tion and relat­ed phe­nom­e­na”, Uni­veristy of Wro­claw, Sep­tem­ber 18–19, 2015

Main orga­niz­er of a spe­cial lin­guis­tic work­shop in hon­our of Prof. Boże­na Rozwad­ows­ka, Uni­versity of Wro­claw, Novem­ber 4, 2015

Orga­nizer of a spe­cial psy­cholin­guis­tic work­shop with Prof. Col­in Phillips (Uni­ver­si­ty of Mary­land), Uni­versity of Wro­claw, Decem­ber 16–18, 2015

Main orga­niz­er of the inter­na­tional con­fer­ence “Psy­cholin­guis­tic Inves­ti­ga­tions into Num­ber and Quan­tifi­ca­tion in Nat­ur­al Lan­guage”, Uni­veristy of Wro­claw, August 29–30, 2016

Admin­is­tra­tive work
— Co-orga­niz­er of B.A. and M.A. lin­guis­tics pro­grammes at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam
— Mem­ber of the Exam­i­na­tion Com­mit­tee, Lin­guis­tics Depart­ment, Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam
— Tutor, Lin­guis­tics Depart­ment, Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam
— Mem­ber of the Habil­i­ta­tion Com­mittes (Dr. Ralf Vogel, Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam, 2005; Dr. Arthur Stepanov, Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam, 2006)
— Mem­ber of the Ph.D. Com­mittes (M.A. Chung-Chan Kao, Hum­boldt Uni­veristy of Berlin, 2009; M.A. Michaela Schmitz, Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam, 2008; M.A. Ingo Feld­hausen, Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam, 2008; M.A. Ewa Rud­nic­ka, Uni­ver­si­ty of Wrocław, 2009)
— Mem­ber of the Eval­u­a­tion Com­mittes (full pro­fes­sor of psycholinguistics/language acqui­si­tion, Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam, 2002; “Junior­pro­fes­sor” of seman­tics, Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam, 2002)
-Mem­ber of var­i­ous Habil­i­ta­tion and Ph.D. Com­mit­tees at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Wrocław

Super­vi­sion of Mas­ter and PhD The­ses
Co-super­vi­sor of 6 MA the­ses (Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam)
Super­vi­sor more than 20 Mas­ter The­ses (Uni­ver­si­ty of Wrocław)
Super­vi­sor of 5 PhD dis­ser­ta­tions (Uni­ver­si­ty of Wrocław)

Review­ing work
Occa­sion­al review­er for Jour­nal of Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics, Lin­guis­tic Inquiry, Nat­ur­al Lan­guage and Lin­guis­tic The­o­ry, GLOSSA: A Jour­nal of Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics, Poz­nan Stud­ies in Con­tem­po­rary Lin­guis­tics, Acta Lin­guis­ti­ca Hun­gar­i­ca, Folia Lin­guis­ti­ca, IBERIA: An Inter­na­tion­al Jour­nal of The­o­ret­i­cal Lin­guis­tics, Angli­ca Wratislavien­sia

Occa­sion­al review­er of abstracts for var­i­ous lin­guis­tic con­fer­ences (among oth­er things, FASL (For­mal Approach­es to Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics), FDSL (For­mal Descrip­tion of Slav­ic Lan­guages), WCCFL (West Coast Con­fer­ence on For­mal Lin­guis­tics), GLOW (Gen­er­a­tive Lin­guis­tics in the Old World), Con­SOLE, PLM (Poz­nań Lin­guis­tic Meet­ing)

Review­er of var­i­ous programmes/applications for the Foun­da­tion for Pol­ish Sci­ence (FNP), also for the DFG (Deutsche Forschungs­ge­sellschaft) and Euro­pean Com­mis­sion

Review­er of a cou­ple of PhD dis­ser­ta­tions and one habil­li­ta­tion in Poland

Reviews for Pub­lish­ers:

Review of the book: Derywac­ja i inter­pre­tac­ja wyrażeń bezokolicznikowych. Min­i­mal­isty­czne studi­um porów­naw­cze pol­sko-ang­iel­skie. Authors: Jacek Witkoś, Piotr Cegłows­ki, Anna Snars­ka, Syl­wiusz Żych­lińs­ki. Poz­nań: Wydawnict­wo Naukowe UAM, 2011.

Review of the book: Numer­al Noun Con­struc­tions: A view from Pol­ish. Authors: Jacek Witkoś, Domini­ka Dzi­ubała-Szre­jbrows­ka, Pauli­na Łęs­ka, Piotr Cegłows­ki. Peter Lang Ver­lag, Series: Pol­ish Stud­ies in Eng­lish Lan­guage and Lit­er­a­ture, ed. by Jacek Fisi­ak, 2017.

Mem­ber­ship in Edi­tio­r­i­al Boards:
Edi­tor-in-Chief of Gen­er­a­tive Lin­guis­tics in Wrocław (GLiW) (a lin­guis­tic series [e-books], pub­lished by the Cen­ter for Gen­er­al and Com­par­a­tive Lin­guis­tics at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Wrocław)

Edi­tor-in-Chief of Ques­tions and Answers in Lin­guis­tics (QAL) (an online jour­nal, pub­lished by the Cen­ter for Gen­er­al and Com­par­a­tive Lin­guis­tics at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Wrocław)

Mem­ber of the Edi­to­r­i­al Board of Angli­ca Wratislavien­sia

Col­lab­o­rat­ing ref­er­ee for Stud­ies in Pol­ish Lin­guis­tics (a jour­nal pub­lished by the Fac­ul­ty of Arts of the Jagiel­lon­ian Uni­ver­si­ty and the Jagiel­lon­ian Uni­ver­si­ty Press)

Mem­ber of the Edi­to­r­i­al Board of the book series Open Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics, Lan­guage Sci­ence Press

Mem­ber­ship in sci­en­tif­ic orga­ni­za­tions:
POLYSLAV (Euro­pean Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics)
SLS (Slav­ic Lin­guis­tics Soci­ety)
GLOW (Gen­er­a­tive Lin­guis­tics of the Old World)
PhilSoc (Philo­log­i­cal Soci­ety)

Posi­tions
• Win­ter Semes­ter 1996
teach­ing con­tract at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Szczecin, Poland, Ger­man Depart­ment
• 01/01/1999–29/02/2000
research assis­tant in the syn­tax project of the Inno­va­tion­skol­leg “For­mal Mod­els of Cog­ni­tive Com­plex­i­ty” (“For­male Mod­elle kog­ni­tiv­er Kom­plex­ität”), Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam
• 01/03/2000–31/05/2001
research assis­tant in the Ger­man Research Foun­da­tion (DFG) Research Group “Con­flict­ing Rules” (Forscher­gruppe “Kon­fligierende Regeln”), Project A3 on “Min­i­mal­i­ty in Opti­mal­i­ty The­o­ry”, Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam
• 01/06/2001–31/08/2001
research assis­tant in the Ger­man Research Foun­da­tion (DFG) Research Group “Con­flict­ing Rules” (Forscher­gruppe “Kon­fligierende Regeln”), Project A3 on “Min­i­mal­i­ty in Opti­mal­i­ty The­o­ry”, Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam and in the Ger­man Research Foun­da­tion (DFG) Research Project “Non-Struc­tur­al Case” (Forschung­spro­jekt “Nicht­struk­turelle Kasus”), Uni­ver­si­ty of Potsdam/Humboldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin
• 01/09/2001–29/03/2008
assis­tant pro­fes­sor (Wis­senschaftliche Assis­tentin) at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam, Lin­guis­tics Depart­ment, Syn­tax and Mor­phol­o­gy Sec­tion, Chair: Prof. Dr. Gis­bert Fanselow; also asso­ci­at­ed with the Col­lab­o­ra­tive Research Cen­tre (Son­der­forschungs­bere­ich, SFB 632) “Infor­ma­tion Struc­ture: The Lin­guis­tic Means for Struc­tur­ing Utter­ances, Sen­tences and Texts” (“Infor­ma­tion­sstruk­tur: Die sprach­lichen Mit­tel zur Gliederung von Äußerung, Satz und Text”), fund­ed by the Ger­man Research Foun­da­tion (DFG)
• 01/04/2008–31/10/2008
research assis­tant in the project “Lan­guages in Germany’™s Schools” (Sprachen an Deutsch­lands Schulen), Cen­tre for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics (Zen­trum für All­ge­meine Sprach­wis­senschaft / ZAS) in Berlin
• since 01/10/2008
pro­fes­sor of lin­guis­tics at the Insti­tute of Eng­lish Stud­ies, Uni­ver­si­ty of Wrocław;
Head of the Cen­tre for Gen­er­al and Com­par­a­tive Lin­guis­tics
• 02/02/2009–27/03/2009
guest researcher at the Cen­tre for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics (Zen­trum für All­ge­meine Sprach­wis­senschaft / ZAS) in Berlin
• Sum­mer semes­ter 2009
teach­ing at Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin (Slav­ic Depart­ment)
• Sum­mer semes­ter 2009 (May and June)
sub­sti­tute pro­fes­sor at Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam, Lin­guis­tics Depart­ment (sub­sti­tute for Prof. Gis­bert Fanselow)
• 17/08/2009–17/10/2009
guest researcher at the Cen­tre for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics (Zen­trum für All­ge­meine Sprach­wis­senschaft / ZAS) in Berlin
• 01/10/2009–30/09/2011
pro­fes­sor of lin­guis­tics at the Eng­lish Depart­ment, Uni­ver­si­ty of Szczecin
• 01/10/2010–31/03/2014
direc­tor of the project Under­stand­ing Cat­e­gories: Three approach­es to tem­po­ral­i­ty fund­ed by The Foun­da­tion for Pol­ish Sci­ence with­in the pro­gramme FOCUS
• 15/07/2010–15/09/2010
guest researcher at the Cen­tre for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics (Zen­trum für All­ge­meine Sprach­wis­senschaft / ZAS) in Berlin
• 15/01/2011–28/02/2011
guest researcher at the Cen­tre for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics (Zen­trum für All­ge­meine Sprach­wis­senschaft / ZAS) in Berlin
• 04/07/2011–26/08/2011
guest researcher at the Cen­tre for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics (Zen­trum für All­ge­meine Sprach­wis­senschaft / ZAS) in Berlin
• 14/05/2012–14/06/2012
guest researcher at the Cen­tre for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics (Zen­trum für All­ge­meine Sprach­wis­senschaft / ZAS) in Berlin
• 01/08/2012–21/09/2012
guest researcher at the Cen­tre for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics (Zen­trum für All­ge­meine Sprach­wis­senschaft / ZAS) in Berlin
• 18/02/2013–22/02/2013
guest researcher at the Cen­tre for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics (Zen­trum für All­ge­meine Sprach­wis­senschaft / ZAS) in Berlin
• since 01/01/2014
direc­tor of the project Focus on lin­guis­tic cat­e­gories express­ing even­tu­al­i­ties fund­ed by The Foun­da­tion for Pol­ish Sci­ence with­in the pro­gramme FOCUS
• since 2014
direc­tor of the project Psy­cholin­guis­tic inves­ti­ga­tions into num­ber and quan­tifi­ca­tion in nat­ur­al lan­guage fund­ed by The Nation­al Sci­ence Cen­tre with­in the pro­gramme OPUS 5