Talks

Plenary talk

2015, Albuquerque (NM), United States, August 1 – 3
11th Conference of the Association for Linguistic (ALT)
The antipassive in accusative languages

Guest talks

2018, Poznan, Poland, March 8
Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Neophilological Department
Deviations from transitivity within function-changing operations

2018, Jena, Germany, February 22
Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, journal club meeting
The emergence of accusative alignment in Eskimo languages

2018, Leipzig, Germany, February 20
University of Leipzig, ERC Project “Grammatical Universals”, internal meeting
The emergence of accusative alignment in Eskimo languages

2017, Zurich, Switzerland, 28 April
University of Zurich
Between linguistic typology and historical linguistics – a case study of antipassive

2014, Leipzig, Germany, November 24
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Some insights from the antipassive constructions

2012, Leipzig, Germany, March 21
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
The antipassive function of the middle forms in a cross-linguistic perspective

2008, Lancaster, United Kingdom, November 13
University of Lancaster
The antipassive function of the middle forms in the Slavonic languages

Conference talks

2018, Bremen, Germany, January 18 – 19
Linguistisches Kolloquium: Nullkodierung
The asymmetry in coding introverted and extroverted verbs

2017, Lublin, Poland, October 18 – 19
4th International Conference Linguistics Beyond And Within
Workshop: Valency in clauses and verb-related structures
Diversity and complexity of the P-demotion phenomenon

2017, San Antonio, Texas, July 31 – August 4
23th International Conference on Historical Linguistics
Workshop: Alignment typology in diachronic perspective
Markedness reversal as a possible diachronic process of alignment change

2016, Naples, Italy, August 31 – September 3
49th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea
Workshop: The crosslinguistic diversity of antipassives: function, meaning and structure
Joint presentation with Alena Witzlack-Makarevich

2015, Lyon, France, October 8 – 9
4th Transalpine Typology Meeting
Marking of antipassive in accusative and ergative languages

2015, Leiden, Netherlands, September 2 – September 5
48th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea
Between grammaticalization and metonymy

2015, Leipzig, Germany, May 1 – 3
Diversity Linguistics: Retrospect and Prospect
Object-Oblique alternations in French

2014, Warsaw, Poland, April 24 – 26
La perception en langue et en discours, Warsaw (PL)
Dénomination des colours en polonais : pratiques et usages
Joint presentation with Anetta Kopecka

2013, Szczecin, Poland, October 25 – 27
8th Annual Meeting of the Slavic Linguistics Society
A rare type of reflexive use in Slavonic languages

2013, Zurich, Switzerland, May 30 – 31
3rd Transalpine Typology Meeting
A typology of the antipassive uses of reflexive marking in Slavic languages

2012, Lyon, France, July 4 – 7
3e Congrès Mondial de Linguistique Française
L’emploi antipassif de formes moyennes dans la langue française

2011, Aix-en-Provence, France, September 1 – 3
6th Annual Meeting of Slavic Linguistic Society
The contribution of Slavonic languages to the typology of the development of the antipassive marker

2011, Hong Kong, China, July 21 – 24
9th Meeting of Association for Linguistic Typology
Reciprocal-antipassive polysemy: convergence from unrelated languages
Joint presentation with Guillaume Segerer

2010, Chicago (IL), United States, October 29 – 30
5th Annual Meeting of Slavic Linguistic Society
Three morphosyntactic patterns of the antipassive in Slavic languages

2010, Novi Sad, Serbia, October 1 – 3
3rd Annual Meeting of SinFonIJA
Non-prototypical polysemous pattern of reflexive marker in Slavonic languages

2010, Lyon, France, September 23 – 26
4th Syntax of the World’s Languages, Lyon (FR)
Role of semantic and pragmatic factors in object interpretation: the case of Polish antipassive constructions

2010, Berkeley (CA), United States, February 6 – 7
36th Meeting of Berkeley Linguistics Society
On the reflexive – antipassive polysemy: typological convergence from unrelated languages

2009, Potsdam, Germany, December 2 – 5
8th Meeting of Formal Description of Slavic Languages
On the development of antipassive function: what do Australian and Slavonic languages have in common?

Research group Morphosyntax, laboratory Dynamique du Language, Lyon

2011     The antipassive function of middle forms in Slavonic and Romance languages
2010     Typology of the antipassive construction
2009     Impersonal constructions in Polish