People


Joanna Blaszczak

Name: Joanna Błaszczak
Contact: tel +48 71 375 26 58
e-mail: joanna.blaszczak (_at_googlemail.com)
Research Interests:

  • Theoretical Syntax
    • Minimalist Syntax in general
    • The syntax of Polish in particular
  • (Some) empirical syntax
    • Data collection (questionnaire for wh-constructions in Slavic)
    • Processing of Negative Polarity Items (joint work with Heiner Drenhaus)
  • The syntax-semantic interface
    • Negation and Negative Polarity Items
    • Indefinites
    • Case
    • Copula Constructions (joint work with Ljudmila Geist)
    • Existential Constructions
    • Aspect
    • (Un)ergativity
    • Information Structure
  • Diachronic issues
    • Quirky Case (joint work with Susann Fischer)

Project involvement: coordination and supervision of Subprojects SP1, SP2, SP3.


Dorota Klimek-Jankowska

Name: Dorota Klimek-Jankowska
Contact: tel. +48 71 375 29 24
e-mail: dkj (_at_ifa.uni.wroc.pl)
Research interests:

  • General:
    • theoretical linguistics
    • formal semantics and pragmatics
    • syntax-semantics interface
    • semantic variation (macro- and micro-patameters)
    • language and mind
  • Specific:
    • tense, aspect, modality
    • habituality
    • genericity
    • future
    • the semantics of nominals
    • the semantics of quantifiers
    • psycholinguistic methods in semantics

    Project involvement: Subproject 1


    Krzysztof Migdalski

    Name: Krzysztof Migdalski
    Contact: tel: +48 71 375 29 24
    e-mail: krzysz75 (_at_yahoo.com)
    Research interests:

    • Theoretical linguistics
    • Comparative generative syntax of Balkan and Slavic languages (Bulgarian, Kashubian, Polish, Macedonian, Serbo-Croatian)
    • Historical linguistics (Old Church Slavonic, Old Germanic)

    Project involvement: Subproject 2


    Patrycja Jabłońska

    Name: Patrycja Jabłońska
    Contact: tel +48 71 375 26 58
    e-mail: patrjabl (_at_yahoo.com)
    Research interests:

    • Nanosyntax
    • Division of labour between syntax and morphology
    • Argument structure (passives, causatives,reflexives, etc.)
    • Argument coding (i.e. NOM/ACC vs ERG/ABS)
    • Implementation of scales informal grammar (especially Silverstein’s Hierarchy)
    • Degrees of fi niteness
    • Lexical categories N, V, A
    • Neurolinguistics

    Project involvement: Subproject 3