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dr hab. Bartłomiej Czaplicki


Theoretical linguistics

associate professor

Room number: 237

Phone: +48 (22) 5531416

email: bczaplicki@uw.edu.pl

  Office hours: Winter semester 2019-2020
Wednesday - 12.00-13.30 (starting 16/10/2019)
dr hab. Bartłomiej Czaplicki

Degrees

M.A., University of Warsaw, 1998

Ph.D., University of Warsaw, 2003

Assistant Professor, 2003

Postdoctoral degree (Habilitacja), 2015.


Research interests and projects

  • lexicon-based phonology and morphology
  • substance-free phonology
  • usage-based models
  • exemplar models
  • probabilistic generalizations
  • analogy
  • generative phonology
  • markedness
  • syllable structure
  • assimilation and dissimilation
  • sound change and historical phonology
  • phonetic conditioning
  • Evolutionary Phonology
  • sociolinguistics and dialectology
  • North-American dialects of English
  • Mazovian dialects of Polish
  • teaching English pronunciation


Selected publications

Books

Czaplicki, B., Łukaszewicz, B & Opalińska, M. (Eds.). (2018). Phonology, Fieldwork and Generalisations. Berlin: Peter Lang.

Czaplicki, B. (2014). Lexicon Based Phonology: Arbitrariness in Grammar. . Munich: Lincom Europa.

Chapters

Czaplicki, B. (2018). Polish palatalisations: the role of frequency and phonological naturalness. In B. Czaplicki , Łukaszewicz, B & Opalińska, M (Eds.). Phonology, Fieldwork and Generalisations. (pp. 185-200). Berlin: Peter Lang.

Czaplicki, B. (2016). Phonetic basis of phonological representations: Evidence from expressive morphology in Polish. In E. Cyran & J. Szpyra-Kozłowska (Eds.). Phonology, its Faces and Interfaces. (pp. 19-33). Frankfurt am Main, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Warszawa, Wien: Peter Lang.

Czaplicki, B. (2016). Word-specific phonology. The impact of token frequency and base transparency. In G. Drożdż (Ed.). Studies in Lexicogrammar. Theory and applications. (pp. 261-276). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Czaplicki, B. (2015). Faithfulness constraint. In S. Schierholz & H. Wiegand (Eds.). Wörterbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft Online. (pp. ). : de Gruyter.

Czaplicki, B. (2015). Richness of the base. In S. Schierholz & H. Wiegand (Eds.). Wörterbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft Online. (pp. ). : de Gruyter.

Czaplicki, B. (2015). Ineffability. In S. Schierholz & H. Wiegand (Eds.). Wörterbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft Online. (pp. ). : de Gruyter.

Czaplicki, B. (2015). Licensing by cue. In S. Schierholz & H. Wiegand (Eds.). Wörterbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft Online. (pp. ). : de Gruyter.

Czaplicki, B. (2014). Frequency of use and expressive palatalization. Polish diminutives. In E. Cyran & J. Szpyra-Kozłowska (Eds.). Crossing Phonetics-Phonology Lines. (pp. 141-160). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Articles

Czaplicki, B. (2018). Measuring the phonological (un)naturalness of selected alternation patterns in Polish. LANGUAGE SCIENCES.

Czaplicki, B. , Jesus, L. & Pape, D. et al. (2016). Analiza akustyczna i socjolingwistyczna nowych sybilantów w wymowie młodych Polek. Poradnik Językowy, (pp. 38-53).

Czaplicki, B. , Jesus, L. M. & Pape, D. et al. (2016). Acoustic evidence of new sibilants in the pronunciation of young Polish women. Poznan Studies in Contemporary Linguistics, 52, (pp. 1-42).

Czaplicki, B. (2014). On modular approaches to grammar: Evidence from Polish. Poznan Studies in Contemporary Linguistics, 50, (pp. 419-439).

Czaplicki, B. (2013). Arbitrariness in grammar: Palatalization effects in Polish. LINGUA, 123, (pp. 31-57).

Czaplicki, B. (2013). Labial palatalization in dialectal Polish: On phonetic naturalness in grammars. Poznan Studies in Contemporary Linguistics, 49, (pp. 455-486).

Czaplicki, B. (2013). R-metathesis in English: An account based on perception and frequency of use. LINGUA, 137, (pp. 172-192).

 

Older publications can be found on the complete list in PBN


Conferences

Conferences

Strength of morphophonological generalizations: consonant mutations in Polish, 26thManchester Phonology Meeting, May 2018, University of Manchester, UK.

Frequency predicts the application of consonant mutations, 14thOld World Conference in Phonology, January 2017, Dusseldorf, Germany.

The impact of frequency on pattern application, 24thManchester Phonology Meeting, May 2016, University of Manchester, UK.

Similarity avoidance and its impact on the lexicon, 25thFormal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics, 2016, Cornell University, Ithaca, USA.

Acoustic evidence of new sibilants in the pronunciation of young Polish women. (Invited speaker, co-authored with Marzena Żygis, Daniel Pape and Luis Jesus), Phon & Phon meetings, 2016, Department of English Studies, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań.

The phonetic basis of phonological and morphological patterns, Approaches to Phonology and Phonetics, 2015, KUL, Lublin.

Analiza akustyczna i socjolingwistyczna nowych realizacji polskich sybilantów, (Invited speaker, co-authored with Marzena Żygis, Daniel Pape and Luis Jesus), 2014, Institute of Polish Studies, University of Warsaw, Warsaw.

with Marzena Żygis, Daniel Pape and Luis Jesus. Analiza akustyczna i socjolingwistyczna nowych realizacji polskich sybilantów. Akustyka w językoznawstwie – językoznawstwo w akustyce. 26-27 September 2014. Warsaw, University of Warsaw.

On modular approaches to grammar. Evidence from Polish. 47th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea. 11-14 September 2014. Poznań, Adam Mickiewicz University.

Word-specific phonology: The impact of token frequency. Linguistic Snapshots Language and Cognition. 16-17 May 2014, Sosnowiec, University of Silesia.

On base transparency and productivity. Polish Adjectivizing suffixes. Old-World Conference in Phonology. 22-25 January 2014. Leiden, Leiden University.

with Marzena Żygis and Daniel Pape. Acoustic analysis and sociolinguistic aspects of recent developments in Polish sibilants. Approaches to Phonology and Phonetics, 21-23 June, 2013. Lublin, UMCS.

Type frequency and iconicity: Distribution of Polish diminutive suffixes. Approaches to Phonology and Phonetics, 21-23 June, 2013. Lublin, UMCS.

Frequency of use and expressive palatalization: Allomorph distribution of Polish diminutives. 21st Manchester Phonology Meeting, 23-25 May 2013, Manchester, University of Manchester.

with Marzena Żygis and Daniel Pape. Dynamics of sibilant systems: Standard Polish and its dialects. Phonetik & Phonologie 8. Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena. 2012.

with Marzena Żygis and Daniel Pape. “New developments in the Polish sibilant system?” 2nd Workshop on Sound Change. Institute of Phonetics and Speech Processing, Munich. 2012.

“Arbitrariness in grammar: Palatalization effects in Polish.” 44th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea. Universidad de la Rioja, Logroño. 2011.

“Arbitrariness in grammar. Palatalization effects in Polish.” 19th Manchester Phonology Meeting. Manchester. 2011

“Vowel Shifts in Slavic: An evolutionary account based on feature mis-attribution”. Poznań Linguistic Meeting. Poznań. 2010.

“Auditory feature mis-parsing: An evolutionary account of vowel shifts in Slavic”. Language as Social Coordination: An evolutionary perspective. Warsaw. 2010.

“Contrast neutralization results from weak perceptibility: Evidence from a dialect of Polish”. Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 18. Cornell University. 2009.

“Is metathesis phonetically-driven? Evidence from dialects of Polish”. Sixth Old-World Conference in Phonology. Edinburgh. 2009.

“Functional approaches to metathesis. Evidence from dialects of Polish”. Poznan Linguistics Meeting. Poznań. 2008.

“Phonetically-based sound change in dialects of Polish” 16th Manchester Phonology Meeting. Manchester. 2008.

“Phonetically-driven dissimilation” Generative Linguistics in Poland. Warszawa. 2008.

“Phonetically-based sound change”. Brown Bag Series. State University of New York at Stony Brook. 2008.

“Decomposition of Polish Nasal Vowels”. Formal Description of Slavic Languages. Nova Gorica. 2006.

 An OT Analysis of the Syllable Structure of Ukrainian”. Poznań Linguistic Meeting. Poznań. 2005.