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dr Daria Bębeniec

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29. 06. 2023 (czwartek) 12:00-15:00

6. 07. 2023 (czwartek) 12:00-14:00

10. 07. 2023 (poniedziałek) 11:00-12:00







pl. Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej 4a
20-031 Lublin

O sobie

Research interests:

Cognitive Linguistics and Construction Grammar
polysemy and synonymy
statistics and corpus linguistics

Courses taught in the 2020–21 academic year: 

Conceptual metaphor and metonymy – I/MA
Introduction to linguistics – I/BA
Practical English grammar – I/BA 

Działalność naukowa

Recent presentations:

Bębeniec, D., The many pitfalls of polysemy: gaps and bridges between the different methodologies in Cognitive Linguistics. Young Linguists' Seminar, 16 April 2015, Lublin, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. [abstract and slides]

Bębeniec, D. and M. Cudna, Complete Path in Polish: a usage-based study of constructional alternatives. Cognitive Linguistics in the Year 2015, 24–26 September 2015, Lublin, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University. [abstract and slides]

Bębeniec, D. and M. Cudna, Constructional (no) synonymy: a usage-based analysis of Complete Path in Polish. LingBaW 2015, 22–23 October 2015, Lublin, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. [abstract and slides]

Bębeniec, D. and M. Cudna, Introspective vs. usage-based models in Cognitive Linguistics: a pilot study of constructional polysemy. Norm and Anomaly in Literature, Culture and Language, 19–20 September 2016, Siedlce, Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities. [abstract and slides]

Bębeniec, D. and M. Cudna, Exploring the nature of constructional polysemy: a cluster-analytic approach. LingBaW 2016, 20–21 October 2016, Lublin, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. [abstract and poster]

Bębeniec, D., On the dative alternation, probabilistic grammar, and variationist linguistics: the results of a bottom-up investigation. Meeting of the Department of Cognitive Linguistics, 14 December 2016, Lublin, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University. [slides]

Bębeniec, D. and M. Cudna, Some techniques of handling problematic dimensionality in linguistic data: a view from the perspective of usage-based semantics. Cognitive Linguistics in Wrocław Conference, 2–3 December 2017. [abstract and slides]

Recent publications:

Bębeniec, D., 2015. Temporal meanings of Polish przed, po and za: a corpus study of semantic functions. In Wojciech Malec and Marietta Rusinek (eds.) Within Language, Beyond Theories (Volume III): Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics and Corpus-based Studies, 115–131. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Bębeniec, D., 2015. Book review of Adam Głaz, David S. Danaher and Przemysław Łozowski (eds.) (2013) The Linguistic Worldview: Ethnolinguistics, Cognition, and Culture. Etnolingwistyka 27: 226–229.

Bębeniec, D., 2015. Book review of Martin Hilpert (2014) Construction Grammar and its Application to English. Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 51(4): 605–613. [draft]

Libura, A., Bębeniec, D. and H. Kowalewski (eds), 2018. Dociekania kognitywne. Kraków: Universitas.

Bębeniec, D. 2019. The Spoken British National Corpus 2014  a new initiative launched by Lancaster University and Cambridge University Press. English Today 35(1): 54-58.

Bębeniec, D. and M. Cudna. 2019. On the polysemy of the Polish Complete Path construction: a corpus-based exploratory study. Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 55(4): 631-670.

Professional training:

Letnia Szkoła Humanistyki Cyfrowej [Summer School in Digital Humanities] – Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny / Instytut Języka Polskiego PAN / Centrum Technologii Językowych CLARIN-PL, 17–19 June 2015.

Corpus Linguistics Summer School – University of Birmingham, 20–24 June 2016.

Corpus Linguistics: Method, Analysis, Interpretation (MOOC) – FutureLearn: Lancaster University, 26 September–20 November 2016.

CLARIN-PL w praktyce badawczej. Cyfrowe narzędzia do analizy języka w naukach humanistycznych i społecznych [CLARIN-PL in research practice. Digital tools for language analysis in the humanities and social sciences] – University of Łódź, 3–4 February 2017.

Lancaster Summer Schools in Corpus Linguistics and other Digital Methods: Statistics for Corpus Linguistics – Lancaster University, 27–30 June 2017. 

Statistics for linguists with R (bootcamp taught by Prof. St. Th. Gries) – Université catholique de Louvain, 10–14 July 2017.

Methods and experimentations in Construction Grammar (tutorial taught by Dr. F. Perek) – Université Sorbonne Nouvelle / École Normale Supérieure, 19 July 2018.

Statistics for linguists with R (bootcamp taught by Prof. St. Th. Gries) – Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, 3–7 September 2018. [+ co-organization]

EMCL8: Open Science and Transparency Methods – University of Tartu, 29 June–5 July 2019.

Conferences / workshops / symposia attended:

Probabilistic variation across dialects and varieties – University of Leuven, 4–5 April 2016.

PLIN Linguistic Day 2017. Construction Grammar: New advances in theoretical and applied linguistics – Université catholique de Louvain, 12 May 2017.

ICAME 38. Corpus et orbis: Interpreting the world through corpora – Charles University, Prague, 24–28 May 2017.

Spoken BNC2014 Symposium – Lancaster University, 26 June 2017.

ICCG-10 Université Sorbonne Nouvelle / École Normale Supérieure, Paris, 1618 July 2018.

Ku integracji korpusów diachronicznych języka polskiego [Towards an integration of diachronic corpora of Polish] – IPI PAN, Warsaw, 24 May 2019.


My 2010 thesis on directional prepositions can be accessed here.