dr Przemysław Pawelec

dr Przemysław Pawelec
Department Department of English and Comparative Linguistics
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Office hours http://www.ifa.uni.wroc.pl/dla-studenta/office-hours/?lang=pl
About me
A graduate of the Institute of English Studies, University of Warsaw, I obtained my Ph.D. from the Faculty of Modern Languages, University of Warsaw. I have been a member of the faculty of IFA, University of Wroclaw, since the beginning of my professional career, but I have also taught linguistics at the University of Warsaw and, for a year, at the State University of New York at Stony Brook.

My professional interests focus on phonology, phonetics, and - more recently - on endangered languages.
As a teacher I specialize in phonology, teaching the pronunciation of English and accent reduction. I have also taught a number of other linguistic courses, such as introduction to linguistics, contrastive grammar or historical grammar.
I have been the Head of Research Centre for Phonetics and Phonology at IFA UWr since its establishment in 2012.

Apart from doing linguistics and teaching the pronunciation of English, I enjoy listening to music (most of the time what would be called classical music - especially by the people who enjoy other kinds of music), reading about history, psychology, listening to English audiobooks and BBC 4 podcasts and learning other foreign languages--for pleasure. I also enjoy swimming and, if I have an opportunity, sailing (I am a yacht skipper).


Publications:


2012. The sonority sequencing generalization and the structure of consonant clusters with trapped sonorants in Polish. Anglica Wratislaviensia. 50:183-195
2009. In search of Polish equivalents to modern phonological terms in English: "constraint" in Optimality Theory. Anglica Wratislaviensia. 47: 61-71.
2008. Pre-structuralist Insights into the Analysis of Voice Assimilation: Szober's Perspective. Anglica Wratislaviensia. 46: 103-118.
2002. Updating Polish phonological terminology. Anglica Wratislaviensia 39: 141-147.
1999. On some Morpheme Structure Conditions in Polish. In: Festschrift for Professor Jan Cygan on the occasion of His 70th Birthday, ed. by Michał Post. Anglica Wratislaviensia 35: 183-202.