Marta Wojtkowska-Maksymik is a literature historian working as an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Polish Literature of the University of Warsaw. She carries out research on the subject of female dignity in 16th century Polish literature and culture, an emerging consciousness of the individuality of the female body and mentality in early modern philosophy and medicine, and translations.
She has been a lecturer at the Faculty of Polish Studies of the University of Warsaw for over 25 years. She teaches Polish grammar and semantics. Her research interests include lexical, cognitive, and comparative semantics, and metaphor in different types of discourse.
Alina Molisak is a literature historian at the Institute of Polish Literature of the University of Warsaw (as Gastdozentin she taught in Berlin and Hamburg). Her research interests focus on the cultural history of Jews in Central and Eastern Europe, the formation of a modern Jewish identity, and the poetics of space and memory studies.
Linguist, grammarian, and Polish language researcher. Her scientific interests include surface syntax of the Polish language, morphology, especially the inflection of highly inflecting languages, and the use of corpora in linguistic research.
PhD in Humanities (philosophy, Ecole Normale Superieure and literary studies, University of Warsaw), currently a Visiting Scholar at the Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures, Indiana University, Bloomington, where she teaches Polish language and culture.
Marta Falkowska – graduate of the Faculty of Polish Studies at the University of Warsaw. She also completed teacher-translation studies at the Institute of Applied Linguistics of the University of Warsaw.
PhD student in the Department of Literature and Culture of the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century of the Institute of Polish Literature at the University of Warsaw and a teacher of Polish as a foreign language.
Marcin Będkowski – graduate of philosophy and Polish philology at the University of Warsaw, Assistant Professor at the Department of Computational Linguistics of the Institute of Polish Language at the University of Warsaw, and chief expert at the Educational Research Institute. He received his PhD in 2016 for his thesis Paraphrasing as a method of analytic philosophy…