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Name: Artur  Henryk  Bartnik (IPA: Artur)
Institution: John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin
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State and/or Country: Poland   
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
General Linguistics
Historical Linguistics
Linguistic Theories
Philosophy of Language
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Discipline of Linguistics
Specialty: Nominal Phrase, Relative Clauses, Resumption and Resumptive Pronouns
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications: 2013 Dative resumptive pronouns in Old English þe relatives. In: Of fair speche, and of fair answere,Medieval English Mirror 8. M. Krygier i L. Sikorska. Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, 61-75.

2013 Adverbials in the history of English: The case of ‘before’. In: Periphrasis, Replacement and Renewal: Studies in English
Historical Linguistics. Irén Hegedűs & Dóra Pődör. Cambridge Scholars Publishers, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 210-225.

2011 Noun Phrase Structure in Old English, TN KUL

2011 The Celtic Hypothesis revisited: relative clauses. In: Jacek Fisiak and Magdalena Bator (eds.) Foreign Influences on Medieval English, vol. 28, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 167-176.

2010 Discontinuous quantificational structures in Old English. In: Ursula Lenker, Judith Huber and Robert Mailhammer (eds.) English Historical Linguistics 2008, volume I: The history of English verbal and nominal constructions, (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 314), Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 185-196.

2008 Functional Projections in Old English: DP and NumP, [in:] Medieval English Mirror 4, [in:] M. Krygier and L. Sikorska, Wyd. Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, 55-66.
Courses Taught: The History of English, Descriptive grammar, Theory of Language, Syntactic Change
Introduction to Linguistics
Academic Paper Abstract: The Syntactic Status of Determiners in LOE and EME

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