dr hab. Marta Sylwanowicz

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ORCID https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5547-4551
Obszar naukowy językoznawstwo
Stanowisko adiunkt
Numer pokoju w IKSI 3.520
E-mail marta.sylwanowicz@uw.edu.pl
Dyżur poniedziałek, 12.00-13.00 (po uprzednim potwierdzeniu mailowym), s. 3.520
  • doktor habilitowana nauk humanistycznych w zakresie językoznawstwa, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2019
  • doktor nauk humanistycznych w zakresie językoznawstwa, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2004
  • magister filologii angielskiej, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2000
  • leksykologia angielska
  • historia języka angielskiego
  • wpływy obce na język angielski
  • rozwój słownictwa medycznego w historii języka angielskiego
Książki
  • Sylwanowicz, M. (2018) Middle English Names of Medical Preparations. Towards a Standard Medical Terminology. (Studies in English Medieval Language and Literature 53). Frankfurt a/M.: Peter Lang.
  • Fisiak, J. – M. Bator. – M. Sylwanowicz (2017) Essays and Studies in Middle English vol. 49. Frankfurt a/M.: Peter Lang Verlag.
  • Sylwanowicz, M. (2014) Old and Middle English Sickness-nouns in Historical Perspective: A Lexico-Semantic Analysis. 2nd ed. (Warsaw Studies in English Historical Linguistics 1). Æ Academic Publishing, San Diego, CA.
Rozdziały
  • Bator, M., M. Sylwanowicz (2017) “Once you see it, once you don’t – the case of null objects in Middle English culinary and medical recipes” In: A. Łęcki – J. Nykiel (eds.) Current Developments in English Historical Linguistics. Studies in Honour of Rafała Molencki.Katowice: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego. 51-67.

  • Bator, M., M. Sylwanowicz (2017) “The typology of medieval recipes – culinary vs. medical.” In: J. Fisiak, M. Bator, M. Sylwanowicz (eds.) Essays and Studies in Middle English (Studies in English Medieval Language and Literature 49). Frankfurt a/M.: Peter Lang Verlag. 11–33.

  • Sylwanowicz, M. (2013) Treasure of pore men, countrymans friend or gentlewomans companion? – on the use of interpersonal strategies in the titles of Early Modern English medical texts.” In: A. H. Jucker, D. Landert et al. (eds.) Meaning in the History of English. Words and Texts in Context. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. 301–317.

  • Sylwanowicz, M. (2012) Clene inwit or fule saule? A study of evaluative developments in the domain of cleanliness.” In: Joanna Esquibel, Anna Wojtyś (eds.) Explorations in the English Language: Middle Ages and Beyond. Frankfurt a/ M.: Peter Lang Verlag. 339–351.

  • Sylwanowicz, M. (2011) And this is a wonderful instrument…: names of surgical instruments in Late Middle English medical texts.” In: Jacek Fisiak, Magdalena Bator (eds.) Foreign Influences in Middle English (Studies in Old and Middle English 28). 231–240.

Artykuły
  • Sylwanowicz, M. (2020) “Close þe lippis of þe wounde, & sewe hem & þanne cure hem. Surgical instructions in Middle English medical texts”, Studia Neofilologiczne 16: 29-44.

  • Sylwanowicz, M. (2018) “Middle and Early Modern English medical recipes: some notes on specialised terminology”, Anglica 27.2: 89-101.

  • Bator, M., M. Sylwanowicz (2018) “Early English recipes – development of the text-type”, Academic Journal of Modern Philology 7: 29-54.

  • Sylwanowicz, M. (2018) “The author-reader relationship in Early Modern English recipes.” Kwartalnik Neofilologiczny 65.1: 74-87.

  • Sylwanowicz, M. (2017) “Noun phrase modification in Early Modern English recipes.” Anglica. An International Journal of English Studies 26.2: 3749.

  • Sylwanowicz, M. (2017) “Medieval medical writings and their readers: communication of knowledge in Middle English medical recipes.” Linguistica Silesiana 38: 112124.

  • Bator, M., M. Sylwanowicz (2017) “Measures in medieval English recipes – culinary vs. medical.” Studia Anglica Posnaniensia 52.1: 2152.

  • Bator, M., M. Sylwanowicz (2016) Recipe, receipt and prescription in the history of English.” Journal of the Spanish Society for Medieval English Language and Literature (SELIM) 21: 123.

  • Sylwanowicz, M. (2016) “And þan it wole be a good oynement restoratif… pre- and postnominal adjectives in Middle English medical recipes.” Anglica. An International Journal of English Studies 25.2: 5771.

  • Sądej-Sobolewska, K., M. Sylwanowicz (2011) “Cleanliness is next to godliness: the lexis of personal hygiene and beauty in Old and Middle English.” Kwartalnik Neofilologiczny 58.1: 6980.

  • Sylwanowicz, M. (2007) “Madfolkes and Lunaticke persons…: the synonyms of madness in Old and Middle English texts.” Anglica 16: 173183.

  • Sylwanowicz, M. (2006) “Medieval madness: the Anglo-Saxon terminology of mental diseases.” Anglica 15: 117129.