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Mgr. Marcin Wągiel, Ph.D.


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Curriculum Vitae

Personal Information
  • Marcin Wągiel • e-mail: marcin.wagiel@phil.muni.cz • Web: https://muni.academia.edu/MarcinW%C4%85giel
Department
  • Assistant Professor, Masaryk University in Brno: Department of Linguistics and Baltic Languages
Employment
  • 02/2020 – present: Assistant Professor, Masaryk University in Brno: Department of Linguistics and Baltic Languages • 10/2019 – 09/2020: Assistant Professor, University of Warsaw: Institute of Polish Language • 01/2017 – 02/2020: Researcher, Masaryk University in Brno: Department of Linguistics and Baltic Languages • 10/2011 – 06/2016: Lecturer, Palacký University in Olomouc: Department of Slavic Studies
Education
  • 2012 – 2019: Ph.D. in General Linguistics, Masaryk University in Brno: Department of Linguistics and Baltic Languages • 2018: Ph.D. Dissertation: “Subatomic Quantification” (E.W. Beth Dissertation Prize 2020), advisor: Mojmír Dočekal, reviewers: Viola Schmitt, Scott Grimm, Jakub Dotlačil • 2009 – 2012: M.A. in General Linguistics: Diploma with Honors, Masaryk University in Brno: Department of Linguistics and Baltic Languages • 2008 – 2010: M.A. in Polish Language and Literature: Diploma with Honors, University of Silesia in Katowice: Department of Polish Studies • 2006 – 2009: B.A. in Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Silesia in Katowice: Department of Slavic Studies • 2003 – 2006: B.A. in Polish Language and Literature, Jagiellonian University in Cracow: Department of Polish Studies
Additional Education
  • 04/2018: Partnership Agreement between Masaryk University in Brno and University of Vienna, University of Vienna: Department of Linguistics • 07/2017: ESSLLI 29: European Summer School in Logic, Language, and Information, University of Toulouse • 07/2017 – 08/2017: EGG 24: Eastern Generative Grammar Palacký University in Olomouc: Department of English and American Studies • 03/2017 – 05/2017: OeAD AKTION, University of Vienna: Department of Linguistics • 09/2016 – 02/2017: ERASMUS+, Humboldt University in Berlin • 07/2015 – 08/2015: EGG 22: Eastern Generative Grammar, Masaryk University in Brno: Department of Czech Studies • 01/2015 – 06/2015: Linguistic Internship, Palacký University in Olomouc: Department of English and American Studies • 07/2013 – 08/2013: EGG 20: Eastern Generative Grammar, University of Wroclaw: Department of English Studies • 07/2012 – 08/2012: EGG 19: Eastern Generative Grammar, University of Wroclaw: Department of English Studies • 02/2010 – 05/2010: CEEPUS II Freemover, Palacký University in Olomouc: Department of Czech Studies • 02/2009 – 04/2009: CEEPUS II Freemover, University of Ostrava: Department of Czech Studies • 09/2007 – 06/2008: SOCRATES/ERASMUS, Palacký University in Olomouc: Department of Czech Studies
Teaching Experience
  • Masaryk University in Brno: Department of Linguistics and Baltic Languages: 09/2020 – present Grammar, Logic, Mind: B.A. / M.A. course in Czech, 1 semester • 09/2017 – present Topics in Linguistics: Morphology, Syntax & Semantics of Number and Numerals: B.A. / M.A. / Ph.D. course in English, 4 semesters • 09/2013 – present Theories of Plurality: B.A. / M.A. course in Czech, 6 semesters • 09/2013 – 02/2014 Syntactic Seminar: B.A. course in Czech, 1 semester; Introduction to Syntax: B.A. course in Czech, 1 semester • University of Warsaw: Institute of Polish Language: 02/2020 – 09/2020 Compositional Semantics: M.A. course in Polish, 1 semester • 10/2019 – 02/2020 Introduction to Synchronic Linguistics: B.A. course in Polish, 1 semester; Informational Technologies: B.A. course in Polish, 1 semester • Palacký University in Olomouc: Department of English and American Studies: 03/2015 – 06/2015 Formal Semantics: M.A. / Ph.D. course in English, 1 semester • Palacký University in Olomouc: Department of Slavic Studies: 09/2011 – 06/2016 Introduction to Linguistics: B.A. course in Czech, 5 semesters; Syntax: B.A. course in Czech and Polish, 5 semesters Phonetics and Phonology: B.A. course in Czech and Polish, 5 semesters; Orthography and Writing Practice: B.A. course in Czech and Polish, 5 semesters; Stylistics: B.A. / M.A. course in Polish, 5 semesters; Practical Polish Grammar Courses: B.A. courses in Polish, 10 semesters; Polish Conversation Courses: B.A. / M.A. courses in Polish, 10 semesters • 09/2014 – 12/2015 Polish Language in Translation Practice: B.A. / M.A. course in Polish, 3 semesters • 03/2014 – 06/2016 Linguistic Theories from the Historical Perspective: M.A. course in Polish, 3 semesters • 09/2013 – 06/2016 Theory of Verbal Communication: M.A. course in Polish, 6 semesters • 09/2011 – 02/2013 Historical Linguistics: M.A. course in Polish, 3 semesters
Publications
  • BOOKS • to appear Subatomic Quantification. Berlin: Language Science Press. • 2016 Fonematyka języka polskiego w ujęciu funkcjonalizmu aksjomatycznego [Phonematics of Polish from the perspective of Axiomatic Functionalism]. Olomouc: Palacký University. • EDITED BOOKS • to appear Dočekal, M. & Wągiel, M. (eds.), Formal Approaches to Number in Slavic and Beyond. Berlin: Language Science Press. • BOOK CHAPTERS • to appear “Numerals and their kin”. In: Gehrke, B. & Šimík, R. (eds.), Handbook of Slavic Semantics. Berlin: Language Science Press. • to appear “Slavic derived collective nouns as spatial and social clusters”. In: Dočekal, M. & Wągiel, M. (eds.), Formal Approaches to Number in Slavic and Beyond. Berlin: Language Science Press. • to appear (with Mojmír Dočekal) “Number in natural language from a formal perspective”. In: Dočekal, M. & Wągiel, M. (eds.), Formal Approaches to Number in Slavic and Beyond. Berlin: Language Science Press. • 2020 “Entities, events, and their parts: The semantics of multipliers in Slavic”. In: Kosta, P. & Radeva-Bork, T. (eds.), Current Developments in Slavic Linguistics. Twenty Years After. Berlin: Peter Lang. 105–130. • 2017 “Pairs of things and the meaning of the plural”. In: Pskit, W. (ed.), Topics in Syntax and Semantics. Linguistic and Philosophical Perspectives. Łódź: University of Łódź. 111–128. • 2014 “Boys, girls, and scissors: A semantic analysis of Polish NPs headed by the numeral dwoje”. In: Veselovská, L. & Janebová, M. (eds.), Nominal Structures: All in Complex DPs. Olomouc: Palacký University. 69–84. • PAPERS IN JOURNALS • submitted (with Berit Gehrke) “Non-conservative construals with percentage quantifiers in Slavic and German”. Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics. • submitted “A typology of proportional quantifiers: Evidence from Polish partitives”. Acta Linguistica Academica. • accepted (with Pavel Caha) “Complex simplex numerals”. Acta Linguistica Academica. • 2020 with Pavel Caha: “Universal semantic features and the typology of cardinal numerals”. Catalan Journal of Linguistics 19: 199–229. • 2016 “Pozycje nuklearne i peryferyjne a interpretacja fonologiczna aproksymantów [j] i [w] w języku polskim” [Nuclear and peripheral positions with respect to the phonological interpretation of the approximants [j] and [w] in Polish]. Język Polski XCVI/1. 68–79. • 2016 “Problem un ou deux phonèmes? w języku polskim” [The un ou deux phonèmes? problem in Polish]. Studia z Filologii Polskiej i Słowiańskiej 51. 25–44. • 2015 “Counting minimal groups: Towards a unified semantics for the Polish measure word para”. Grazer Linguistische Studien 83. 169–177. • 2014 “Fonologická interpretace polských nazálních diftongů a afrikát z hlediska axiomatického funkcionalismu” [Phonological interpretation of Polish nasal diphthongs and affricates: An Axiomatic-Functionalist view]. Studia Slavica XVIII/1. 111–120. • PAPERS IN PROCEEDINGS • to appear “Grammatical gender meets classifier semantics: Evidence from Slavic numerals”. In: Gribanova, V., Grimberg, S., Petersen O Farrill, E., Portelance, E. & Waldon, B. (eds.), Proceedings of the 27th Meeting of Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics. Ann Arbor: Michigan Slavic Publications. • to appear (with Mojmír Dočekal & Hana Filip) “EXCEED comparison and A/B numeral modifiers in Czech”. In: Gribanova, V., Grimberg, S., Petersen O Farrill, E., Portelance, E. & Waldon, B. (eds.), Proceedings of the 27th Meeting of Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics. Ann Arbor: Michigan Slavic Publications. • 2020 “Several quantifiers are different than others: Polish indefinite numerals”. In: Marušič, L., Mišmaš, P., & Žaucer, R. (eds.), Advances in Formal Slavic Linguistics 2017. Berlin: Language Science Press. 323–353. • 2019 “Partitives, multipliers and subatomic quantification”. In: Espinal, M. T., Castroviejo, E., Leonetti, M., McNally, L. & Real-Puigdollers, C. (eds.), Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 23. Barcelona: Autonomous University of Barcelona. 445–462. • 2018 “Plural markers and classifiers: Counting pluralia tantum in Polish”. In: Bednaříková, B., Jensenová, D. & Stůjová, P. (eds.), Jazyková euromozaika: Místo pro divergenci/ konvergenci jazyků. Sborník z 14. mezinárodního setkání mladých lingvistů. Olomouc: Palacký University Press. 158–172. • 2018 (with Jakub Bortlík) “PolFon – interaktywny portal edukacyjny poświęcony polskiej fonetyce” [PolFon: An interactive educational portal dedicated to Polish phonetics]. In: Achtelik, A. & Graboń, K. (eds.), VI Światowy Kongres Polonistów. Polonistyka na początku XXI wieku. Diagnozy. Koncepcje. Perspektywy, vol 5. Katowice: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego. 446–463. • 2018 (with Mojmír Dočekal) “Event and degree numerals: Evidence from Czech”. In: Lenertová, D., Meyer, R., Šimík, R., & Szucsich, L. (eds.), Advances in Formal Slavic Linguistics 2016. Berlin: Language Science Press. 77–108. • 2015 “Sums, groups, genders, and Polish numerals”. In: Zybatow, G., Biskup, P., Guhl, M., Hurtig, C., Mueller-Reichau, O. & Yastrebova, M. (eds.), Slavic Grammar from a Formal Perspective. The 10th Anniversary FDSL Conference, Leipzig 2013. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. 495–513. • 2015 “The story of Polish para: From a group noun to a measure word and indefinite quantifier”. In: Ziková, M., Caha, P. & Dočekal, M. (eds.), Slavic Languages in the Perspective of Formal Grammar. Proceedings of FDSL 10.5, Brno 2014. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. 325–344. • 2014 “From kinds to objects: Prenominal and postnominal adjectives in Polish”. In: Veselovská, L. & Janebová, M. (eds.), Complex Visibles Out There. Proceedings of the Olomouc Linguistic Colloquium 2014: Language Use and Linguistic Structure. Olomouc: Palacký University. 457–476. • 2014 “Międzynarodowy alfabet fonetyczny (IPA) w transkrypcji fonetycznej języka polskiego” [International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) in phonetic transcription of Polish]. In: Gajda, S. & Jokiel, I. (ed.), Polonistyka wobec wyzwań współczesności. V Kongres Polonistyki Zagranicznej, vol. II. Opole: Wydawnictwo UO. 134–145. • 2014 “Polskie formy liczebnikowe typu dwójka w ujęciu semantyki formalnej” [Polish numeral expressions of type dwójka from the perspective of formal semantics]. In: Rusin-Dybalska, R. (ed.), Proměny polonistiky: tradice a výzvy polonistických studií 2013. Praha: Univerzita Karlova. 222–230. • 2014 “W poszukiwaniu ekwiwalentów terminologicznych z zakresu semantyki formalnej” [In search of terminological equivalents in formal semantics]. In: Dobrotová, I. & Hanczakowski, M. (eds.), Porównawczy aspekt leksykografii – teoria i praktyka. Materiały pokonferencyjne Pierwszej Międzynarodowej Konferencji Czesko-polskiego Centrum Leksykograficznego. Olomouc: Palacký University. 20–30.
Akademické stáže, studijní nebo pracovní pobyty
  • 2017/03/01 – 2017/05/31: University of Vienna, Vienna, AKTION, AUT
  • 2016/09/09 – 2017/02/18: Humboldt University of Berlin, Berlin, Erasmus+, DEU
  • 2016/04/25 – 2016/04/29: University of Vienna, Vienna, Other programs, AUT
  • 2016/03/21 – 2016/03/25: University of Wrocław, Wrocław, Other programs, POL
  • 2015/11/23 – 2015/11/27: Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, CEEPUS, HUN
Selected Invited Talks
  • 04/2021 with Berit Gehrke: Non-conservative construals with percentages in Slavic and German, University of Göttingen: LinG Colloquium • 04/2021 with Berit Gehrke: Non-conservative construals with percentages in Slavic and German, University of Oslo: LingORG • 03/2021 with Berit Gehrke: Non-conservative construals with percentages in Slavic and German, Paris Diderot University (Paris 7): LingLunch • 03/2021 Against atomicity: Evidence from subatomic quantification, University of Oslo: LingORG • 02/2021 with Berit Gehrke: Non-conservative construals with percentages in Slavic and German, Humboldt University of Berlin: Slavic Linguistics Colloquium • 11/2020 On counting wholes and parts: Cognitive and linguistic perspectives, Charles University in Prague: Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics • 04/2020 with Pavel Caha: Universal semantic features and the typology of cardinal numerals, Nanolab: webinar talk • 12/2019 with Pavel Caha: Universal semantic features and the typology of cardinal numerals, University of Göttingen: Linguistic Colloquium • 11/2019 Parts, wholes, clusters and a unified notion of parthood, Leibniz-Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft (ZAS): Berlin • 10/2019 Cognitive and linguistic aspects of counting, University of Hradec Králové: Center for the Study of Language, Mind and Society • 10/2019 Doing without atoms: Evidence from subatomic quantification, Leiden University: Numerals in Grammar and Beyond • 04/2019 Subatomic quantification in natural language, University of Warsaw: Institute of Philosophy • 10/2018 Cross-linguistic compositional semantics for numerals, Olot: Retreat for Students in Semantics and Pragmatics (ReSSP) • 06/2018 Subatomic quantification in natural language, Heinrich-Heine University: Semantics and Pragmatics Exchange (SemPrE) • 04/2018 Subatomic quantification in natural language, University of Vienna: Squib Session • 11/2017 with Mojmír Dočekal: Decomposing groups, bunches, and aggregates, Leiden University: Leiden–Utrecht Semantic Happenings (LUSH) • 06/2017 with Mojmír Dočekal: Counting degrees and events: A cross-linguistic perspective, Heinrich-Heine University: Semantics and Pragmatics Exchange (SemPrE) • 05/2017 with Mojmír Dočekal: Derived collectives in Slavic: Decomposing groups, swarms, and aggregates, University of Vienna: Squib Session • 01/2017 with Mojmír Dočekal: Comparatives, equatives and numerals: Evidence from Czech and Vietnamese, University of Göttingen: Seminar for English Philology • 11/2016 with Mojmír Dočekal: Degree modifiers and adverbs of quantification: Evidence from Czech, University of Nova Gorica: Centre for Cognitive Science of Language • 11/2016 It counts what you count: Slavic derivationally complex numeral expressions, Humboldt University of Berlin: Department of Slavic Studies • 04/2016 Compositional semantics of derivationally complex numeral expressions in Slavic + Collectivity over time: From group nouns to measure words and indefinite quantifiers, University of Vienna: Department of Linguistics • 03/2016 Investigations in Slavic semantics, University of Wrocław: Center for Experimental Research on Natural Language • 11/2015 Adjectives and kind modification, Hungarian Academy of Science: Research Institute for Linguistics • 11/2015 The semantics of counting: Complex number words, measure words, and group-forming, Pázmány Péter Catholic University: Department of Theoretical Linguistics • 10/2015 So many things to count! Compositional semantics of derivationally complex numeral expressions in Polish, Utrecht University: Leiden–Utrecht Semantic Happenings (LUSH) • 10/2015 What do we count with multiplicative adjectives?, Masaryk University in Brno: Czech and Language Typology
Grants and Research Projects
  • 01/2020 – present: Part-Whole Structures across Languages, Czech Science Foundation GAČR: GA20-16107S • 01/2017 – 12/2019: Formal Approaches to Number in Slavic, Czech Science Foundation GAČR: GA17-16111S • 03/2014 – 02/2016: Fonematika polštiny z hlediska axiomatického funkcionalismu. Fonetická a fonologická analýza současného polského jazyka [Polish Phonematics: An Axiomatic Functionalist View. Phonetic and Phonological Analysis of Modern Polish], Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic: IGA_FF_2014_081 • 02/2013 – 05/2015: Univerzity pro své pohraničí [Universities for the Borderland Region], European Regional Development Fund: CZ.3.22/2.3.00/12.03352 • 02/2013 – 05/2015: Interdisciplinární filologická inovace translatologických modulů [Interdisciplinary Philological Innovation of Translational Modules], European Social Fund: CZ.1.07/2.2.00/28.0095 • 10/2012 – 12/2014: Vytvoření systému řízení kvality zahraničních pracovních stáží studentů UP [Development of Quality Assurance System of International Work Placements of Palacký University Students], European Social Fund: CZ.1.07/2.2.00/28.0176 • 04/2012 – 05/2014: Česko-polské lexikografické centrum [Czech-Polish Center for Lexicographic Studies], European Regional Development Fund: CZ.3.22/2.3.00/11.02600
Languages
  • Polish: native • English: fluent • Czech: fluent • German: communicative • Russian: communicative • Serbian: communicative • Chinese: basic • Slovak: passive • Latin • Sanskrit • Old Church Slavonic

2021/06/01

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