dr Ewa Nowik-Dziewicka

  • Position: Assistant professor
  • Department: Discourse Studies
  • Room: 00.107
  • E-mail: e.nowik@uw.edu.pl
  • Duty hours: Mondays 8:45-9:45 (by appointment), Tuesdays 13:00-14:00

Education:

  • MA degree in English Philology, University of Warsaw, 2002
  • BA degree in International Relations, University of Warsaw, 2003
  • PhD in Humanities (theoretical linguistics), University of Warsaw, 2007

Research interests:

  • semantics
  • pragmatics (Relevance Theory, [im]politeness studies)
  • conversation analysis
  • e-learning

Teaching experience:

  • English workshops (vocabulary, practical grammar, academic writing, phonetics)
  • introduction to linguistics
  • semantics and pragmatics
  • Theory of Relevance
  • Introduction to the Theories of Politeness

Organisational experience

  • Erasmus Departmental Coordinator since 01.2010:
    • short term studies (outgoing students, incoming students)
    • staff mobility
    • Erasmus Mundus students
    • student exchange within bilateral agreements
  • assistance in the organization an international conference: Interpreting for Relevance: Discourse and Translation Conference II, Kazimierz Dolny, 18-19 June 2004
  • assistance in the organization an international conference: Interpreting for Relevance: Discourse and Translation Conference III, Kazimierz Dolny, 12-14 June 2006

Papers read at international conferences:

  • 18-19 June, 2004, Kazimierz Dolny, Poland Interpreting for Relevance: Discourse and Translation Conference 2, paper: Politeness of the Impolite: Relevance Theory, Politeness and Banter
  • 12-14 June, 2006, Kazimierz Dolny, Poland, Interpreting for Relevance: Discourse and Translation Conference 3, paper:. Banter – an Attempt at a Relevance-Theoretic Account
  • 15-16 June, 2010, Kazimierz Dolny, Poland, Interpreting for Relevance: Discourse and Translation Conference 5, paper: Banter and the Echo/Pretence Distinction.
  • 14-16 March, 2012, Seville, Spain, Fifth International Symposium on Intercultural, Cognitive and Social Pragmatics EPICS V, paper: (Im)politeness issues in the CB radio discourse of Polish drivers – a relevance-theoretic perspective.
  • 25-26 September, 2012, Warsaw, Poland, Interpreting for Relevance: Discourse and Translation 6, paper: Lexical Pragmatics: the Case of Polish Diminutives.

Publications list