Publications

Błaszczak, J., A. Giannakidou, D. Klimek-Jankowska, and K. Migdalski (to appear) (eds.). Mood, Aspect, Modality Revisited. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

Błaszczak, J., P. Jabłońska, and D. Klimek-Jankowska (2014). Simultaneity and anteriority converbs and aspectual mismatches in Polish – An ERP study. [link to a prefinal version] In Chapman, C., O. Kit, and I. Kučerová (eds.), Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The McMaster Meeting 2013 (FASL 22), pp. 23-43. Michigan, MI: Michigan Slavic Publications.

Błaszczak, J., P. Jabłońska, and D. Klimek-Jankowska (2014). An ERP study on aspectual mismatches in converbial contexts in Polish. [link to a prefinal version/manuscript] In Torrens, V. and L. Escobar (eds.), The Processing of Lexicon and Morphosyntax, pp. 89-125. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Błaszczak, J., P. Jabłońska, D. Klimek-Jankowska, and K. Migdalski (2012). On the tense-less future in Polish. [link to a prefinal version] In Halupka-Rešetar, S., M. Marković, T. Milićev, and N. Milićević (eds.), Selected Papers from SinFonlJA 3, pp. 35-57. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Błaszczak, J., P. Jabłońska, D. Klimek-Jankowska, and K. Migdalski (2014). The riddle of Future Tense in Polish: How much ‘future’ is there in ‘Future Tense’? [link to a prefinal version] In Kissine, M, P. De Brabanter, and S. Sharifzadeh (eds.), Future Tense(s) / Future Time(s), pp. 165-204. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Błaszczak, J. and D. Klimek-Jankowska (2012). Futures in Polish and Slovenian from the perspective of a force-dynamic model. [link to a prefinal version] 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), pp. 85-98. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Błaszczak, J. and D. Klimek-Jankowska (2013a). Futures, futurates, plans and forces. [link to a prefinal version] 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), pp. 9-35. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

Błaszczak, J. and D. Klimek-Jankowska (2013b). Futures in Polish and Slovenian: “A hole in a sock” theory. [link to a prefinal version] In Podobryaev, A. (ed.), Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics (FASL 20): The Second MIT Meeting, 2011 (Michigan Slavic Materials, 58), pp. 17-32. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Slavic Publications.

Błaszczak, J. and D. Klimek-Jankowska (2015). Noun and verb in the mind. An interdisciplinary approach.  [link to a prefinal version] 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), pp. 75-112. Boston: Walter de Gruyter, Inc.

Błaszczak, J. and D. Klimek-Jankowska (to appear). Aspectual coercion versus blocking: Experimental evidence from an ERP study on Polish converbs. [link to a prefinal version] In Błaszczak, J., A. Giannakidou, D. Klimek-Jankowska, and K. Migdalski (eds.),  Mood, Aspect, Modality Revisited. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

Błaszczak, J., D. Klimek-Jankowska, and K. Migdalski (2015) (eds.). How categorical are categories? New approaches to the old questions of Noun, Verb, and Adjective. (Studies in Generative Grammar). Boston: Walter de Gruyter, Inc.

Jabłońska, P. (to appear). Morphological and experimental evidence for category distinctions in Polish. In Giordachioaia, G., K. Takamine, and I. Roy (eds.), Categorization and Category Change. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Jabłońska, P. (to appear). Deriving the scale of finiteness from parasitic syncretism. [link to a prefinal version] To appear in a special volume on Finiteness of The Linguistic Review, ed. Anne Tamm. Mouton de Gruyter.

Klimek-Jankowska, D. (2010). Aspects of descriptive habituality. In Brala, M., B. Kalogjera, and T. Kraš (eds.), Special issue of Views and Voices titled Time and Beyond – Inquiries into the Spation-Temporal Aspects of Language and Literature Vol. 1, No 4, 2010. Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Rijeka, Croatia.

Klimek-Jankowska, D. (2012a). Descriptive and dispositional habituality in Polish. In Bailyn, J. F., Dunbar, E., Kronrod, Y., LaTerza, C. (eds.), Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Second College Park Meeting, 2010, pp. 50-65. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Slavic Publications.

Klimek-Jankowska, D. (2012b). Imperfective and perfective habituals in Polish: A bi-directional OT account of variation and ambiguity. [link to a prefinal version] Journal of Logic, Language and Information 21/1: 31-52.

Klimek-Jankowska, D. (2012c). Semantic variation. In Rozumko, A. and D. Szymaniuk (eds.), Directions in English-Polish Contrastive Research, pp. 39-52. Białystok: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu w Białymstoku.

Migdalski, K. (2010). The third person auxiliary clitic as a number marker in Slavic. In Bičan, A., J. Klaška, P. Macurová, and Jana Zmrzlíková (eds.), Karlík a továrna na lingvistiku. Prof. Petru Karlíkovi k šedesátym narozeninám, pp. 277-292. Brno: Host.

Migdalski, K. (2011). On the source of variation in the distribution of auxiliaries in Polish. In Bański, P., B. Łukaszewicz, M. Opalińska, and J. Zaleska (eds), Generative Investigations: Syntax, Morphology, and Phonology, pp. 93-118. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Migdalski, K. (2012a). Comparative syntax of languages with and without articles. In Rozumko, A. and D. Szymaniuk (eds.), Directions in English-Polish Contrastive Research, pp. 73-88. Białystok: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu w Białymstoku.

Migdalski, K. (2012b). Against a uniform treatment of second position effects as force markers. In Albrecht, L., L. Haegeman, and R. Nye (eds.), Main Clause Phenomena: New Horizons, pp. 345-363. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Migdalski, K. (2013a). On the decline of Tense and the emergence of second position pronominal clitics. In Podobryaev, A. (ed.), Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics (FASL 20): The Second MIT Meeting, 2011 (Michigan Slavic Materials, 58), pp. 200-215. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Slavic Publications.

Migdalski, K. (2013b). Diachronic source of two cliticization patterns in Slavic. In Meklenborg Salvesen, C. and H. Petter Helland (eds.), Challenging Clitics (Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 206), pp. 135-158. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Migdalski, K. (in press). On the Loss of Tense and Verb-Adjacent Clitics in Slavic. In Biberauer, T. and G. Walkden (eds.), Morphosyntax over Time: the Interaction of Morphology, Syntax, and the Lexicon. Oxford: Oxford University Press.