dr Dorota Klimek-Jankowska

dr Dorota Klimek-Jankowska
Zakład Zakład Językoznawstwa Angielskiego i Porównawczego
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Dorota Klimek-Jankowska
Assis­tant pro­fes­sor

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Office: IFA, room 5
Phone: +48 71 375 29 39

Aca­d­e­mic degrees
MA in Eng­lish Philol­ogy, Insti­tute of Eng­lish Stud­ies,
Wrocław Uni­ver­sity, 2003
MA in Lin­guis­tics CUM LAUDE (with dis­tinc­tion), Utrecht Insti­tute
of Lin­guis­tics (the Nether­lands), Inter­na­tional Pres­tige Mas­ter Pro­gram,
major: for­mal seman­tics, minor: syn­tax, 2006
• Ph.D. in Lin­guis­tics, Wrocław Uni­ver­sity, 2008

Research inter­ests
• for­mal seman­tics
• syntax-semantics inter­face
• seman­tic vari­a­tion (macro– and micro-parameters)
• the­o­ret­i­cal syn­tax

Teach­ing
• Foun­da­tions of for­mal seman­tics
• Tense, Aspect and Modal­ity
• Psy­cholin­guis­tic meth­ods in seman­tics
• Intro­duc­tion to lin­guis­tics
• Descrip­tive grammar

Pub­li­ca­tions
ERP evidence on the role of markedness in the processing of grammatical aspect (in preparation, to be submitted to Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, Taylor and Francis, Routledge) (joint paper with Joanna Błaszczak)
Why are deverbal nominalizations more verbal than finite verbs? New insights into the interpretation of the P200 verbal signature (to be submitted to Brain and Language, Elsevier) (joint paper with Joanna Błaszczak and Anna Czypionka from Konstanz University)
To appear in 2016. 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. Chicago: The Uni­ver­sity of Chicago Press. [joint paper with Joanna Błaszczak]
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). Boston: Wal­ter de Gruyter, Inc., 75–112. [joint paper with Joanna Błaszczak]
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 Joanna Błaszczak]
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 Joanna Błaszczak]
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, Joanna Błaszczak, and Krzysztof Migdalski]
2012. Błaszczak, J. and D. Klimek-Jankowska, “Futures in Pol­ish and Sloven­ian: ‘a hole in a sock’ the­ory.” In For­mal Approaches to Slavic Lin­guis­tics: The MIT Meet­ing, 2011. Ann Arbor, MI: Michi­gan Slavic Pub­li­ca­tions.
2012. Błaszczak, J. and D. Klimek-Jankowska, “Futures in Pol­ish and Sloven­ian from the per­spec­tive of a force-dynamic model.” In Aguilar-Guevara, A., Chernilovskaya A. and Nouwen R. (eds.), Pro­ceed­ings of Sinn und Bedeu­tung 16: The Utrecht Meet­ing, 2011, MIT Work­ing Papers in Lin­guis­tics, Cam­brige, MA.
2012. Błaszczak, J. and D. Klimek-Jankowska, “Futures in Pol­ish and Sloven­ian and a force-dynamic model.” In a spe­cial reviewed vol­ume: Pro­ceed­ings of For­mal Descrip­tions of Slavic Lan­guages 9. Frank­furt am Main: Peter Lang.
2012. “Descrip­tive and epis­temic habit­u­al­ity in Pol­ish: Syn­tax and seman­tics.” To appear in For­mal Approaches to Slavic Lin­guis­tics: The Mary­land Meet­ing, 2010. Ann Arbor, MI: Michi­gan Slavic Pub­li­ca­tions.
2012. “Seman­tic vari­a­tion.” To appear in Rozumko, A. and D. Szy­ma­niuk (eds.), Polsko-Angielskie Bada­nia Kon­trasty­wne.
2012. “Imper­fec­tive and per­fec­tive habit­u­als in Pol­ish: A bi-directional OT account of vari­a­tion and ambi­gu­ity.” In Hen­driks, P., de Hoop, H. and H. de Swart (eds.) Jour­nal of Logic, Lan­guage and Infor­ma­tion. Springer.
2011. “Descrip­tive and Epis­temic Habit­u­al­ity in Pol­ish: Syn­tax and Seman­tics.” In Pro­ceed­ings of For­mal Approaches to Slavic Lin­guis­tics (FASL) 19, Jin­drich Toman’s Michi­gan Slavic Pub­li­ca­tions.
2011. Błaszczak, J., P. Jabłońska, D. Klimek-Jankowska, K. Migdal­ski, “The Rid­dle of Future Tense in Pol­ish: How much ‘future’ is there in ‘Future Tense’?” In a spe­cial vol­ume on “Future”, ed. Mikhail Kis­sine et al., Oxford Uni­ver­sity Press.
2011. Błaszczak, J., P. Jabłońska, D. Klimek-Jankowska, K. Migdal­ski. “On the Tense-less Future in Pol­ish.” In Pro­ceed­ings of Sin­FonlJA 3 (Novi Sad, Octo­ber 1–3, 2010), ed. Nataša Mil­iće­vić et al.
2010. “Aspects of Descrip­tive Habit­u­al­ity.” In a 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, eds. Maja Brala, Branka Kalog­jera and Tihana Kraš, Fac­ulty of Human­i­ties and Social Sci­ences of the Uni­ver­sity of Rijeka, Croa­tia.
2009. “Quan­ti­fied even­tu­al­i­ties in Russ­ian, Czech and Pol­ish:  A bi-directional OT approach”, Con­trast­ing Mean­ing in Lan­guages of the East and West, eds. Ken Turner and Nick Ding­fang, Peter Lang.
2008. “On an Anal­ogy between Eng­lish Nom­i­nal and Pol­ish Aspec­tual Man­i­fes­ta­tions of Gener­ic­ity.” In Pro­ceed­ings of Sinn und Bedeu­tung 12, ed. Atle Gronn, Depart­ment of Lit­er­a­ture, Area Stud­ies and Euro­pean Lan­guages, Uni­ver­sity of Oslo.
2007. “Aspec­tual Man­i­fes­ta­tions of Gener­ic­ity in Pol­ish.” in Pro­ceed­ings of the Fifth Seman­tics in the Nether­lands Day, Cen­ter for Lan­guage and Cog­ni­tion Gronin­gen.
2006. “Con­tin­gency Rela­tions and Inter­pre­ta­tion of Episodic and Quan­ti­fied Even­tu­al­i­ties in Pol­ish, Czech and Russ­ian.”, Stu­dia Lin­guis­tica, Wydawnictwo Uni­w­er­sytetu Wrocławskiego.
2006. Klimek, D. and E. Rud­nicka. “Gram­mat­i­cal aspect and seman­tic aspect — where do they meet and where do they con­verge in Pol­ish and Eng­lish?” In Pro­ceed­ings of At the Cross­roads of Lin­guis­tic Sci­ences, Język a komu­nikacja 10, Ter­tium, Kraków.
2005. “Con­tin­gency Rela­tions and Mark­endess of Aspec­tual View­points in Eng­lish and Pol­ish”, Pro­ceede­ings of Uilt­jes­da­gen of Utrecht Insti­tute of Lin­guis­tics (UiL OTS),   UiL OTS Year­book.
2003.Klimek, D. and B. Rozwad­owska. “Clas­si­fi­ca­tion of Pol­ish Adjec­tives in the frame­work of complex/simplex Erga­tiv­ity.” In Pro­ceed­ings of the Twelfth Annual Con­fer­ence of the Pol­ish Asso­ci­a­tion for the Study of Eng­lish, Warszawa-Miedzeszyn April 2003, Warszawa: Uni­w­er­sytet Warsza­wski.
2003. Klimek, D. and B. Rozwad­owska. “From Psych Adjec­tives to Psych Verbs.” In Poznań Stud­ies in Con­tem­po­rary Lin­guis­tics 38, Poz­nań, Uni­w­er­sytet Adama Mickiewicza.

Edi­to­r­ial work:
In progress.  Mood, Aspect, Modal­ity Revis­ited. Chicago: The Uni­ver­sity of Chicago Press. [with Anas­ta­sia Gian­naki­dou, Joanna Błaszczak and Krzysztof Migdalski]
2015. How cat­e­gor­i­cal are cat­e­gories? New approaches to the old ques­tions of Noun, Verb, and Adjec­tive. (Stud­ies in Gen­er­a­tive Gram­mar). Boston: Wal­ter de Gruyter, Inc. [with Joanna Błaszczak and Krzysztof Migdalski]

Presentations:
2015: The role of markedness in the processing of grammatical aspect in Polish, a presentation at a special workshop organized during Colin Philips’ visit.
2015: The processing of idioms in Polish, ERP evidence, a presentation at a special workshop organized during Colin Philips’ visit.
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 Joanna Błaszczak]
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 Joanna Błaszczak]
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 Joanna Błaszczak]
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, Joanna Błaszczak, 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, Joanna Błaszczak, 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 Joanna Błaszczak]
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, Joanna Błaszczak, 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 Joanna Błaszczak]
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 Joanna Błaszczak]
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 Joanna Błaszczak]
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 Joanna Błaszczak]
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]

Con­fer­ence pre­sen­ta­tions
2010. Joanna Błaszczak, Patrycja Jabłońska, Dorota Klimek-Jankowska, Krzysztof Migdal­ski “The Rid­dle of Future Tense in Pol­ish: How much ‘future’ is there in ‘Future Tense’?” 43rd Annual Meet­ing of Soci­etas Uni­ver­si­tas Europaea, Vil­nius.
2010. Joanna Błaszczak, Patrycja Jabłońska, Dorota Klimek-Jankowska, Krzysztof Migdal­ski “On the Tense-less Future in Pol­ish.” Sin­FonlJA 3, Novi Sad.
2010. “Descrip­tive and Epis­temic Habit­u­al­ity in Pol­ish: Syn­tax and Seman­tics.” For­mal Approaches to Slavic Lin­guis­tics (FASL) 19, Uni­ver­sity of Mary­land.
2009. “Cross-linguistic vari­a­tion in the expres­sion and inter­pre­ta­tion of quan­ti­fied NPs.” Work­shop in Lin­guis­tics, Wrocław Uni­ver­sity.
2008. “Pol­ish habit­u­als — a bi-directional OT account of vari­a­tion and ambi­gu­ity” The 3rd Work­shop on OT and Inter­pre­ta­tion in Gronin­gen
2007. “An anal­ogy between Indef­i­nite Sin­gu­lar and Bare Plural gener­ics in Eng­lish and Per­fec­tive and Imper­fec­tive gener­ics in Pol­ish.” The Work­shop in Lin­guis­tics, Wrocław Uni­ver­sity
2007. “Aspec­tual Man­i­fes­ta­tions of Gener­ic­ity in Pol­ish.” The Fifth Seman­tics in the Nether­lands Day (SINV), Cen­ter of Lan­guage and Cog­ni­tion in Gronin­gen.
2007. “Per­fec­tive gener­ics in Pol­ish.” The 12th Sinn und Bedeu­tung Con­fer­ence in Oslo.
2007. “Aspec­tual Vari­a­tion among Generic Con­texts in Pol­ish.” Slavic Lin­guis­tic Soci­ety in Berlin
2006. “Aspect and Habit­u­al­ity” The Fourth Seman­tics in the Nether­lands Day, SIN IV, Utrecht Uni­ver­sity.
2006. “Tense, Aspect and Quan­tifi­ca­tion — some aspects of vari­a­tion in Pol­ish, Czech and Russ­ian.” The work­shop orga­nized on the occa­sion of Krzysztof Migdalski’s doc­toral defence Tilburg Uni­ver­sity.
2005. “Vari­a­tion in the Expres­sion and Inter­pre­ta­tion of Quan­ti­fied Even­tu­al­i­ties in Russ­ian, Czech and Pol­ish: A Bi-Directional OT Approach.” FDSL-6 For­mal Descrip­tions of Slavic Lan­guages in Pots­dam.
2005. “Quan­ti­fied even­tu­al­i­ties in Russ­ian, Czech and Pol­ish: A bi-directional OT approach.” The Third Inter­na­tional Con­fer­ence in Con­trastive Semantics/Pragmatics in Shang­hai.
2005. “The Inter­play of Lin­guis­tic and Prag­matic Rea­son­ing in Inter­pre­ta­tion of Tem­po­ral Dis­course in Pol­ish, Russ­ian and Czech.” Uilt­jes­da­gen in UiL OTS at Utrecht Uni­ver­sity.
2005. “Con­tin­gency Rela­tions and Mark­endess of Aspec­tual View­points in Eng­lish and Pol­ish.”  Space and Time in Lan­guage and Lit­er­a­ture in Rijeka.
2005. “Con­tin­gency Rela­tions and Inter­pre­ta­tion of Episodic and Quan­ti­fied Even­tu­al­i­ties in  Pol­ish, Czech and Russ­ian.” Work­shop in Pragmatic-Semantics in Szk­larska Poręba
2004. “Gram­mat­i­cal aspect and seman­tic aspect.” at 35. Stu­den­tis­che Tagung Sprach­wis­senschaft in Leipzig, Ger­many.
2004. “Gram­mat­i­cal aspect and seman­tic aspect — where do they meet and where do they con­verge in Pol­ish and Eng­lish?” with mgr Ewa Rud­nicka at At the Cross­roads of Lin­guis­tic Sci­ences, The Insti­tute of Eng­lish Philol­ogy, Wrocław Uni­ver­sity.
2004. “Tense and Aspect in Pol­ish.” Poz­nań Lin­guis­tic Meet­ing, Adam Mick­iewicz Uni­ver­sity, Poz­nań.
2003. “From Psych Adjec­tives to Psych Verbs.” with prof. dr hab. B. Rozwad­owską, Poz­nań Lin­guis­tic Meet­ing, Adam Mick­iewicz Uni­ver­sity, Poz­nań.
2003. “Clas­si­fi­ca­tion of Pol­ish Adjec­tives in the frame­work of complex/simplex Erga­tiv­ity.” with prof. dr hab. B. Rozwad­owską, the 12th Annual Con­fer­ence of the Pol­ish Asso­ci­a­tion for the Study of Eng­lish, Warszawa-Miedzeszyn

Schol­ar­ships
2015: Ministery of Science scholarships for outstanding young researchers
2015: Rector’s award for the organizational achievements
2014-2017: an indi­vid­ual stipend from the National Sci­ence Cen­tre, program Opus 5, research project “Psy­cholin­guis­tic inves­ti­ga­tions into num­ber and quan­tifi­ca­tion in nat­ural lan­guage (director prof. dr hab. Joanna Błaszczak)
2014-2015: an indi­vid­ual stipend from the Foun­da­tion for Pol­ish Sci­ence as part of the FOCUS research project “Focus on lin­guis­tic cat­e­gories express­ing eventualities” (director prof. dr hab. Joanna Błaszczak)
2004: a 10-month-scholarship at Utrecht Insti­tute of Lin­guis­tics (UiLT OTS) as
part of  “Huy­gens Schol­ar­ship Pro­gramme” for the study and research
in the Nether­lands
2005: a 10-month-grant awarded by Utrecht Insti­tute of Lin­guis­tics (UiLT OTS) for the con­tin­u­a­tion of research and edu­ca­tion at UiL OTS
2007: a stipend from the Foun­da­tion for Pol­ish Sci­ence as part of the START pro­gramme sup­port­ing young researchers in Poland
2008: an exten­sion of the stipend from the Foun­da­tion for Pol­ish Sci­ence
2010–2013: an indi­vid­ual stipend from the Foun­da­tion for Pol­ish Sci­ence as part of the FOCUS grant obtained by prof. dr hab. Joanna Błaszczak

Other pro­fes­sional expe­ri­ence
2002. East­ern Euro­pean Gen­er­a­tive Gram­mar Sum­mer School in Novi Sad.
2003. East­ern Euro­pean Gen­er­a­tive Gram­mar Sum­mer School in Lublin.
2004. LOT Win­ter School in Ams­ter­dam.
2004. East­ern Euro­pean Gen­er­a­tive Gram­mar Sum­mer School in Cluj.
2005. LOT Win­ter School in Gronin­gen.
2005. LOT Sum­mer School in Lei­den.
2005. East­ern Euro­pean Gen­er­a­tive Gram­mar Sum­mer School in Wrocław (co-organizer).
2006. Intern­ship: par­tic­i­pa­tion in the project ‘Con­flicts in Inter­pre­ta­tion’ under the super­vi­sion of prof. Hen­ri­ette De Swart, Utrecht Insti­tute of Lin­guis­tics OTS
2006. Euro­pean School of Lan­guage, Logic and Com­pu­ta­tional Lin­guis­tics (ESSLLI) in Malaga.
2007. Euro­pean School of Lan­guage, Logic and Com­pu­ta­tional Lin­guis­tics (ESSLLI) at Trin­ity Col­lege, Dublin.