Prof. dr hab. Joanna Błaszczak

Joanna BłaszczakBlaszczak
University professor

Contact
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.

Submitted. Über die nicht immer fehlerfreie Zweisprachigkeit. Aus dem Sprachleben deutsch-polnischer Schüler in Berlin: Eine Fragebogenstudie. Submitted to Sprachbildung und Sprachkontakt im deutsch-polnischen Kontext. Peter Lang Verlag. [joint paper with Marzena Żygis]

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

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
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

2017-2018
Funds within the PPP 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

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, 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

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

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

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

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)

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