Publications

Prof. dr hab. Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk
List of publications

 

1984:
1.       Cyclicity and phonostylistic interference. WLG supplement 3. Discussion Papers of the 5th International Phonology Meeting, Eisenstadt 1984, (eds.). W.U. Dressler et al. 1984. 62-67; also 1986 – in: Papers and Studies in Contrastive Linguistics 21. 87-93.
 
1985:
2.         Second language learner’s phonological behaviour in casual speech situation. in: Dressler, W.U. i L. Tonelli (eds.). Papers on Natural Phonology from Eisenstadt. Padova: Clesp. 53-61.
 
1986:
3.         Review of Goyvaerts, D.L. (ed.). 1981. Phonology in the 1980’s. in: SAP 18. 247-250.
 
4.         Review of James, A.R. and B. Kettemann (eds.). 1983. Dialektphonologie und Fremd­sprachener­werb. in: SAP 19. 217-219.
 
1987:
5.         Rule typology and second language acquisition. in: James, A.R. i J. Leather (eds.). Sound Patterns in Second Language Acquisition. Amsterdam: Foris. 193-206.
 
6.         English in native and foreign mouth – a laryngographic study of Polish-English contrasts. Proceedings of the 11th ICPhS, Tallinn: Academy of Sciences of the Estonian S.S.R. vol. 6. 118-121.
 
7.         also a revised version in 1993 – SPP 3. 185-194.
 
1988:
8.         How do Poles perform English ‘tips of the slung’? Papers and Studies in Contrastive Linguistics 22. 179-186.
 
1989:
9.         A natural model of acquisition of second language phonology and the notion of relative markedness. in: Pensado, C. and J.M. Dosuna (eds.). Naturalists at Krems. Salamanca: Ediciones Universidad Salamanca. 43-52.
 
1990:
10.     Phonetic awareness of English speech in native vs. non-native speakers – a perception study. in: Fisiak, J. (ed.). Further Insights into Contrastive Analysis. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 207-217.
 
11.     Phonostylistics and second language acquisition. Papers and Studies in Contrastive Linguistics 25. 71-84.
 
 
13.     Phonological processes vs. morphonological rules in second language acquisition. in: James, A.R. and J. Leather (eds.). New Sounds 1990. Proceedings of the 1990 Amsterdam Symposium on the Acquisition of Second-language Speech. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam. 98-106.
1991:
14.     Beats and binding laws instead of the syllable. Proceedings of the XIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS). Aix-en-Provence: Publications de l’Université de Provence. vol. 2. 238-241.
 
1992:
15.     On the acquisition of rules. in: Fisiak, Jacek and Stanisław Puppel (eds.). Phonological Investigations. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 413-422.
 
1993:
16.     English in native and foreign mouth – a laryngographic study of Polish-English contrasts. (a revised version). SPP 3. 185-194.
 
17.     Review of Hurch, Bernhard. 1988. Über Aspiration. Ein Kapitel aus der natürlichen Phonologie. Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag. Papers and Studies in Contrastive Linguistics 27. 231-234.
 
1994:
18.     Acquisitional evidence against the phonological syllable. WLG 48-50: 145-160; also in: Papers and Studies in Contrastive Linguistics 29: 17-30.
 
19.     co-author: Wolfgang U. Dressler. Functional analysis in the study of second language acquisition. Functions of Language 1,2: 201-228. Amsterdam: John Benjamins B.V.
 
20.     Review of: Leather, Jonathan and Allan James (eds.). 1992. New Sounds 92. Proceedings of the 1992 Amsterdam Symposium on the Acquisition of Second-language Speech. University of Amsterdam. in: Second Language Research 10,3. 274-278.
 
1995:
21.     co-author: Wolfgang U. Dressler. Evidence of syllabic writing against the phonological syllable. in: Dressler, W.U., Rennison, J. and Prinzhorn, M. (eds.). Phonologica 1992. Torino: Rosenberg and Sellier. 65-76.
 
22.     Syllable-less phonology. in: Elenius, Kjell and Peter Branderud (eds.). Proceedings of the 13th ICPhS, Stockholm 1995. Stockholm: KTH and Stockholm University. Vol. 3. 560-563.
 
23.     co-authors: Wolfgang U. Dressler, Robert Drążyk, Danuta Drążyk and Ewelina Jagła. On the earliest stages of acquisition of Polish declension. WLG 53-54/1995-1996. 1-21.
 
24.     co-author: Wolfgang U. Dressler. Syllable and morpheme in aphasia. in: Dressler, W.U. and Cristina Burani (eds.). Crossdisciplinary approaches to morphology. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akedemie der Wissenschaften. 115-130.
 
25.     Early Middle English vowel quantity changes in an anti-syllable framework. in: Boretzky, N., W. Dressler, J. Oresnik, K. Terzan and W. Wurzel (eds.).Natürlichkeitstheorie und Sprachwandel, Beitrage zum internationalen Simposium, Maribor, 1993. Bochum: Universitatsverlag Dr. N. Brockmeyer. 13-30.
 
26.     Phonology Without the Syllable. A Study in the Natural Framework. Poznań: Motivex.
 
1996:
27.     co-authors: Wolfgang U. Dressler, Robert Drążyk, Danuta Drążyk and Ewelina Jagła. On the earliest stages of acquisition of Polish declension. in: Charlotte Koster and Frank Wijnen (eds.). Proceedings of the Groningen Assembly on Language Acquisition (GALA) held at the University of Groningen, 1995. Groningen: Centre for Language and Cognition Groningen. 185-195.
28.     Natural Phonology without the syllable. in: Hurch, Bernhard and Richard Rhodes (eds.), Natural Phonology: the State of the Art. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 53-72.
 
29.     (ed.). Naturalness Within and Across Components. Guest-edited volume of STUF 49, 3 (1996). Berlin: Akademie Verlag GmbH. (STUF= Sprachtypologie und Universalienforschung). 225-332.
 
30.     Intercomponential parallelisms in Natural Linguistics. Preface to 29 position. 227-230.
 
31.     co-authors: Wolfgang U. Dressler and Antigona Katičič. A contrastive analysis of verbal inflection classes in Polish and Croatian. A Festschrift for Rudolf Filipovič. Suvremena Lingvistika, 41-42. Zagreb 1996. 127-138.
 
1997:
32.     co-author: Wolfgang U. Dressler. Contributions from the acquisition of Polish phonology and morphology to theoretical linguistics. in: Eliasson, Stig and Ernst H. Jahr (eds.). Language and its Ecology: Essays in Memory of Einar Haugen. Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs, vol. 100. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 379-399.
 
33.     Phonological processes vs morphonological rules in L1 and L2 acquisition. in: James, Allan and Jonathan Leather (eds.). Second Language Speech. Structure and Process. SOLA (Studies on Language Acquisition) 13. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 243-254.
 
34.     Middle English phonology without the syllable. in: Hickey, Raymond and Stanisław Puppel (eds.). Language History and Linguistic Modelling. A Festschrift for Jacek Fisiak on his 60th Birthday. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 13-28.
 
35.     (ed.). Pre- and protomorphology in language acquisition. Guest-edited volume of Papers and Studies in Contrastive Linguistics 33. Poznań: AMU Press. 171.
 
36.     Pre- and proto- in Polish phonology and morphology and their interrelations. Papers and Studies in Contrastive Linguistics 33. 159-171.
 
37.     “Syllabification” in first and second language. in: Leather, Jonathan and Allan James (eds.). New Sounds 97. Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on the Acquisition of Second-Language Speech, Klagenfurt, 8-11 September 1997. Klagenfurt: University of Klagenfurt. 68-78.
 
38.     co-author: Wolfgang U. Dressler, in collaboration with Małgorzatą Fabiszak. Polish inflection classes within Natural Morphology. Biuletyn PTJ LIII. 95-119.
 
1998:
39.     Self-organization in early phonology. in: Puppel, Stanisław (ed.). Scripta Manent. Publikacja wydziałowa z okazji 10-lecia istnienia Wydziału Neofilologii UAM 1988-1998. Poznań: Motivex. 99-112.
 
40.     co-authors: Wolfgang U. Dressler, Natalia Gagarina and Marianne Kilani-Schoch. How does morphology come to be by itself? (What can the study of early first language acquisition contribute?), a paper presented at the Morphology Meeting, Budapest, June 1998.
 
1999:
41.     Fonologia Naturalna: Podstawy i zastosowania. (Natural Phonology: Principles and Applications) Speech and Language Technology. Volume 3. Papers, Reports and Technical Notes. 21-32.
 
42.     co-authors: Jarosław Weckwerth and Justyna Zborowska. Teaching phonetics at the School of English, AMU, Poznań, Poland. Proceedings of Phonetics Teaching & Learning Conference, UCL, London, 14-15 April 1999.31-34. http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/home/johnm/poznan.htm.
 
43.     Early L1 clusters and how they relate to universal phonotactic constraints. in: Proceedings of the 14th ICPhS. San Francisco, 1-7 August 1999. 317-320.
 
44.     Syllables? No! Substantive evidence for the syllable-less, beats-&-binding model of phonology. in: Rennison, J. R. and K. Kühnhammer (eds.). Phonologica 1996. Proceedings of the 8th International Phonology Meeting. The Hague: Holland Academic Graphics. 61-87.
 
45.     (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 35.
 
2000:
46.     (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 36.
 
47.     Phonetics and phonostylistics in second language acquisition. in: Paula, Andreas (ed.). Sprachunterricht – zwischen Zeitgeist und Wissenschaft. Wien: Volkshochschule Brigittenau. 49-56.
 
48.     coeditor: Stanislaw Puppel. Multis vocibus de lingua. in: Czterdziestolecie pracy naukowo-dydaktycznej Profesora Jacka Fisiaka (1959-1999).Poznań: Dziekan Wydziału Neofilologii UAM and Motivex.
 
49.     co-author: Włodzimierz Sobkowiak. On the (meta?)phonotactics of file extension coining. in: Puppel, Stanislaw i Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk (eds.). Multis vocibus de lingua. Poznań: Dziekan Wydziału Neofilologii UAM i Motivex. 11-28.
 
2001:
50.     On the phonotactics of consonantal clusters. in: Schaner-Wolles, Chris, John Rennison and Friedrich Neubarth (eds.). Naturally! Linguistic studies in honour of Wolfgang Ulrich Dressler presented on the occasion of his 60th birthday. Torino: Rosenberg and Sellier. 111-119.
 
51.     (ed.). Constraints and Preferences. Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs 134. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
 
52.     (ed.). Phonotactic constraints are preferences. in: Constraints and Preferences. 69-100.
 
53.     co-authors: Wolfgang U. Dressler and Rossella Spina. Sources of markedness in language structures. Folia Linguistica Historica 22/1-2. 103-135.
 
2002:
54.     (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 37.
 
55.     On consonant clusters in a second language. in: James, Allan and Jonathan Leather (eds.). New Sounds 2000. Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on the Acquisition of Second-Language Speech. University of Amsterdam 2000. Klagenfurt: University of Klagenfurt. 107-121.
 
56.     Beats-and-Binding Phonology. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. s. 331.
 
57.     Conscious competence of performance as a key to teaching English. in: Waniek-Klimczak, E. and P.J. Melia (eds.). Accents and Speech in English. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. 97-106.
 
58.     Challenges for Natural Linguistics in the twenty first century: a personal view. University of Hawai`i Working Papers in Linguistics. vol. 23 (2001-2002). Honolulu: University of Hawai`i at Mānoa. 15-39.
 
59.     coeditor: Jarosław Weckwerth. Future Challenges for Natural Linguistics. Munich: Lincom.
 
60.     co-author: Jarosław Weckwerth. Challenges for Natural Linguistics in the twenty first century: a personal view. 103-128.
 
2003:
61.     How learners ‘repair’ second language phonology and whether they may become native speakers. in: Waniek-Klimczak, Ewa and Włodzimierz Sobkowiak (eds.). Dydaktyka fonetyki języka obcego. Neofilologia, Zeszyty Naukowe PWSZ w Płocku. vol. V. Płock. PWSZ w Płocku.
 
62.     Speech is in the ear of the listener: Some remarks on the acquisition of second language sounds. in: Hales, Kimberli and Angela Terveen (main editors), Aurélie Capron, Marion Correnoz and Théo Garneau, pod kierunkiem Marie-Christine Garneau (eds.). Selected Papers from the Sixth College-wide Conference for Students in Languages, Linguistics and Literature 2002. Honolulu: College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature. University of Hawai`i at Mānoa. 81-92.
 
63.     On phonotactic difficulty. Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 3-9 August 2003, Barcelona. 2729-2732.
 
64.     (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 38.
 
2004:
65.     (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 39.
 
2005:
66.     review: Shockey Linda 2003. Sound Patterns of Spoken English. Oxford: Blackwell. (co-author: Wolfgang U. Dressler). Language 81,1. 274-276.
 
67.     co-authors: Wolfgang U. Dressler, Natalia Gagarina and Marianne Kilani-Schoch. Reduplication in child language. in: Hurch, Bernhard. (ed.). In collaboration with Veronika Mattes. Studies on Reduplication. Empirical Approaches to Language Typology (28). Berlin, New York: Mouton de Gruyter. 453-472.
 
68.     Native or non-native? This is the question: Which English to teach in the globalizing world? Proceedings of PTLC 2005, London: Departament of Phonetics and Linguistics, UCL. CD-Rom.
 
69.     Phonotactics of consonant clusters in the history of English. in: Bertacca, Antonio (ed.). Historical Linguistic Studies of Spoken English. Pisa: PLUS (Pisana Libraria Universitatis Studiorum), Pisa University Press. 15-34.
 
70.     (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 40.
 
71.     coeditor:Joanna Przedlacka. English Pronunciation Models: A Changing Scene. Linguistic Insights. Bern, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. 
 
72.     coeditors: Jacek Witkoś, Grzegorz Michalski and Bartosz Wiland. Proceedings of the 1st Student Conference on Formal Linguistics. Warszawa: WSiP.
 
2006:
73.     (ed.). IFAtuation: A Life in IFA. A Festschrift for Professor Jacek Fisiak on the Occasion of His 70th Birthday. Wydawnictwo UAM. s. 871.
 
74.     co-authors: Katarzyna Janicka, Małgorzata Kul, Sylwia Scheuer and Jarosław Weckwerth. Native standards or non-native ELF: which English to teach in the 21st century? in: Dziubalska-Kołaczyk Katarzyna(red.). IFAtuation: A Life in IFA. A Festschrift for Professor Jacek Fisiak on the Occasion of His 70th Birthday. 235-260.
 
75.     co-authors: Anna Bogacka, Dawid Pietrala, Mikołaj Wypych and Grzegorz Krynicki. PELT: An English language tutorial system for Polish speakers. MultiLing 2006. ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Multilingual Speech and Language Processing. Stellenbosch, South Africa. a CD publication.
 
76.     co-authors: Anna Bogacka, Dawid Pietrala, Mikołaj Wypych and Grzegorz Krynicki. General and Task-Specific Corpus Resources for Polish Adult Learners of English. in: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation. Genoa: ELRA (European Language Resources Association). 1614-1619. (Nicoletta Calzolari, Khalid Choukri, Aldo Gangemi, Bente Maegaard, Joseph Mariani, Jan Odjik, Daniel Tapias).
 
77.     co-author: Wolfgang U. Dressler, Proposing morphonotactics. Wiener Linguistische Gazette 73 (2006): 1-19. in:http://www.univie.ac.at/linguistics/publikationen/wlg/732006/DresslerWLG73.pdf.
 
78.     (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 41.
 
79.     Modern Natural Phonology: The theory for the future. in: Fisiak, Jacek (ed.). English Language, Literature and Culture. Selected papers from the 13th PASE conference, Poznań 2004. Poznań: Uni-Druk S.J. 1-10.
 
80.     Review of Féry Caroline and Ruben van de Vijver (ed.). 2003. The Syllable in Optimality Theory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Journal of the International Phonetic Association 36(2). 2006. 201-205.
 
81.     (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 42.
 
2007:
82.     co-authors: Pier Marco Bertinetto, Sylwia Scheuer and Maddalena Agonii. Intersegmental cohesion and syllable division in Polish. in: Proceedings of the16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Saarbrücken, 6-10 August 2007. Edited by Jürgen Trouvain and William J. Barry. 1953-1956. www.icphs2007.de
 
83.     co-authors: Pier Marco Bertinetto, Sylwia Scheuer and Maddalena Agonii. Intersegmental cohesion and syllable division in Polish. Extended version. in: Reports of Laboratorio di Linguistica, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa. http://linguistica.sns.it
 
84.    Natural Phonology: universal principles for the study of language (insiders meet outsiders). in: Proceedings of the16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Saarbrücken, 6-10 August 2007. Trouvain, Jürgen and William J. Barry (eds.). 71-75. www.icphs2007.de
 
85.     co-author: Wolfgang U. Dressler. Proposing morphonotactics. Rivista di Linguistica 18.2 (2006), 249-266.
 
86.     co-authors: Ilona Kamińska, Anna Żebryk-Stopa, Antoni Pruszewicz, Monika Połczyńska-Fiszer, Dawid Pietrala and Elżbieta Przedpelska-Ober. Postępy rehabilitacji dyzartrii w chorobie Parkinsona z wykorzystaniem LSVT (Lee Silverman Voice Treatment). Otolaryngologia Polska 61/5: 713-718.
 
87.     (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 43(1).
 
88.     (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 43(2).
 
2008:
89.     co-authors: Monika Połczyńska*, Dawid Pietrala*, Anna Dąbrowska**, Ronald Cole***and Lorraine Ramig****, *Uniwersytet Adama Mickiewicza, **Uniwersytet Medyczny w Szczecinie,*** Boulder Language Technologies, **** University of Colorado-Boulder. Polish Voice and Speech Virtual Tutor based on Lee Silverman Voice Treatment for Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease. NorclinLing 2008. Proceedings from the 1st Nordic Conference on Clinical Linguistics. John Niemi i Stefan Werner (eds.). Studies in Languages 44. 33-41.
 
90.     coeditor: Joanna Przedlacka. 2nd edition. English Pronunciation Models: A Changing Scene. Linguistic Insights. Bern, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
 
91.     coeditor: Jarosław Weckwerth. Future Challenges for Natural Linguistics. 2nd printing. Munich: Lincom.
 
92.     (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 44(1).
 
93.     (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 44(2).
 
94.     (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 44(3).
 
95.     (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 44(4).
 
96.     co-authors: Grzegorz Krynicki, Pietrala Dawid, Wypych Mikołaj, “Akustyczna baza danych zgromadzona na potrzeby układu detekcji wybranych błędów wymowy w mowie angielskiej Polaków.” in: Demenko, G.; Jassem, K.; Szpakowicz, S. (eds.) Speech and Language Technology, vol. 11. Poznań: Polish Phonetic Association.
 
97.     co-authors: Grzegorz Krynicki, Sobkowiak Włodzimierz, Bogacka (Balas) Anna, “The Use of Metalinguistic Knowledge in a Polish Literacy Tutor.” in: Duszak, A.; Okulska, U. (eds.) International Conference GLOBE 2004. Warsaw 2004. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
 
2009:
98.     (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 45(1). A special issue on Natural Phonology.
 
99.     (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 45(2).
 
100. (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 45(3).
 
101. (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 45(4).
 
102. NP extension: BandB phonotactics. Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 45(1). 55-71.
 
103. Modern Natural Phonology and phonetics. in: Łobacz, Piotra, Piotr Nowak and Władysław Zabrocki (eds.). Language, Science and Culture. Essays in Honor of Professor Jerzy Bańczerowski on the Occasion of His 70th Birthday. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM. 81-91.
104. coeditors: Grzegorz Michalski, Wiland Bartosz, Witkoś Jacek, Proceedings of the 2nd Student Conference on Formal Linguistics. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM. 134.
 
2010:
105. co-author: Daria Zielińska. Predicting phonotactic difficulty in second language acquisition. in: Rauber, A.S., M.A. Watkins, R. Silveira and R.D. Koerich (eds.). The acquisition of second language speech: Studies in honor of Professor Barbara O. Baptista. Florianópolis: Editora Insular. 281-304.
 
106. Czy fonologia może być naturalna? in: Fisiak, Jacek (ed.). Studia językoznawcze: od językoznaw­stwa teoretycznego do stosowanego. Kraków: Tertium. 11-28.
107. (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 46(1).
 
108. (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 46(2).
 
109. co-authors: Wolfgang U. Dressler and Lina Pestal. Change and Variation in Morphonotactics. Folia Linguistica 31. 51-67.
 
110. co-author: Bogdan Walczak 2010. Polish. Revue belge de Philologie et d'Histoire 88/3: 817-840.
 
2011:
111. (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 46(3).
 
112. (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 46(4).
 
113. coeditors: Magdalena Wrembel and Małgorzata Kul. Achievementsand Perspectivesin SLA of Speech: New Sounds 2010. vol. I. Frankfurt am Mein: Peter Lang.
 
114. coeditors: Magdalena Wrembel and Małgorzata Kul. Achievementsand Perspectivesin SLA of Speech: New Sounds 2010. vol. II. Frankfurt am Mein: Peter Lang.
 
115. co-author: Bogdan Walczak. Polish. in: Delcourt Christian and Piet VAN Sterkenburg (eds.). The languages of the 27. 817-840.
 
116. co-author: Daria Zielińska.Universal phonotactic and morphonotactic preferences in second language acquisition. in: Dziubalska-Kołaczyk, Katarzyna, Magdalena Wrembel and Małgorzata Kul (eds.). Achievements and perspectives in SLA of speech: New Sounds 2010. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Verlag, 53-64.
 
117. co-authors: Michał Jankowski and Piotr Wierzchoń. Classification of the lexicon of modern Polish according to the structure of consonant clusters. Proceedings of the 17th ICPhS, Hong Kong 2011. 619-622.
 
118. co-author: Kilarski Marcin. Facts and misinterpretations in phonetic accounts of the world’s languages. Proceedings of the 17th ICPhS,Hong Kong 2011. 1054-1057.
 
119. (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 47(1). Special issue on the acquisition of second language speech, guest edited by Magdalena Wrembel, Małgorzata Kul and Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk (as of this volume published by Versita and de Gruyter).
 
120. (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 47(2).
 
121. (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 47(3).
122. coeditor: Kamila Dębowska-Kozłowska. On Words and Sounds: A Selection of Papers from the 40th PLM, 2009. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
 
2012:
123. Modern Natural Phonology and phonetics. in: Cyran, Eugeniusz, Henryk Kardela and Bogdan Szymanek (eds.). Sound, Structure and Sense. Studies in Memory of Edmund Gussmann. Lublin: Wydawnictwo KUL. 199-210.
 
124. co-author: Marcin Kilarski. On extremes in linguistic complexity. Phonetic accounts of Iroquoian, Polynesian and Khoesan. HL 39: 2/3 (2012): 279-303.
 
125. co-author: Jarosław Weckwerth. “The ‘native speaker’ and prototypicality.” In: Agnihotri, R.K.; Singh, R. (eds.) Indian English: Towards a new paradigm. Hyderabad: Orient Black Swan, 225-230.
 
126. co-author: Jarosław Weckwerth. Do learners need native speakers? A discussion in response to Singh On non-native phenomena of English and Singh (2006) PLM plenary talk. in: Singh, Rajendra and Rama Khan Agnihotri (eds.). Indian English. Towards a new paradigm. Orient Black Swan.
 
127. (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 48(1).
 
128. (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 48(2).
 
129. (ed.). Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 48(3).
 
2013:
130.  English or ELFish? A teaching dilemma of the 21st century. in: Migdał, Jolanta and Agnieszka Piotrowska-Wojaczyk (eds.). Cum reverentia, gratia, amicitia… Księga jubileuszowa dedykowana Profesorowi Bogdanowi Walczakowi. Vol. I.Poznań: Wydawnictwo Rys. 463-469.
 
131. co-authors: Anna Basińska, Dawid Pietrala, Teresa Pietrala, Urszula Zielińska and Ronald Cole.
E-nauczyciel przyrody. Innowacyjna strategia nauczania i uczenia sie przedmiotow przyrodniczych
z wykorzystaniem multimediow
. Poznań: WA UAM. 167.
 
132. co-authors: Anna Balas, Arkadiusz Rojczyk and Geoffrey Schwartz. Teaching to suppress L1 processes in L2. PTLC 2013. London. in: Przedlacka, Joanna; Maidment, John; Ashby, Michael (eds.) Proceedings of the Phonetics Teaching and Learning Conference UCL, London, 8-10 August 2013. London: PHONETICS TEACHING AND LEARNING CONFERENCE, 35-38.
2014:

133. co-authors: Paulina Zydorowicz and Michał Jankowski. English Morphonotactics: A Corpus Study. The Phonetician. A Publication of ISPhS International Society of Phonetic Sciences 107-08 (2013), 53-67.

134. co-author: Paulina Zydorowicz. The Production of High-Frequency Clusters by Native and Non-Native Users of Polish. Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Acquisition of Second Language Speech Concordia Working Papers in Applied Linguistics. Vol. 5. COPAL, 130-144.

135. co-author: Marta Marecka. Evaluating the models of phonotactic constraints on the basis of the sC cluster acquisition data. Special Issue Language Sciences 46. 37-47.

136. Explaining phonotactics using NAD. Special Issue Language Sciences.

137. Special volume on linguistic complexity. Editor’s preface. Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 50(2). 123-125.
 

in press:
138. co-authors: Wolfgang U. Dressler, Natalia Gagarina and Marianne Kilani-Schoch. Reduplication, diminutive and hypercharacterizing suffix-doubling in child language. in: Manova, Stella (ed.). Proceedings of 3rd Vienna workshop on affix order. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
 
139. How phonetic is Natural Phonology: Past and Present. A plenary talk at APAP.
 
140. paper in: Festschrift for Elke Ronneberher-Sibold.