Anna Kibort


 

CV

Academic record

1999-2004 PhD in Linguistics: Comparative Morphosyntax, University of Cambridge (awarded 2005)
1996-1997 MPhil (with distinction) in English & Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge
1991-1992 BA in English, Linguistics & Drama, University of Wolverhampton
1988-1993 MA (First Class) in English Philology, University of Gdańsk, Poland

Employment record

2016 Casual Lecturer in Structure of Polish, Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, University of Oxford (Hilary Term)
2016 Casual Lecturer in Syntax, Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics, University of Oxford (Hilary Term)
2016-now Tutor in Structure of Polish, University of Oxford (employed on casual contracts with colleges)
2013-now Tutor in Syntax and Morphology, University of Oxford (employed on casual contracts with colleges)
2013 Departmental Lecturer in Syntax, Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics, University of Oxford (Jan-Aug, full time)
2012-2013 Research Staff at the Institute of Computer Science, Polish Academy of Sciences (Jun-Jan, part-time)
2012 Lecturer (temporary cover) on a Postgraduate linguistics course, Department of Language and Linguistics, University of Essex (autumn term, part-time)
2008-2011 British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Linguistics, University of Cambridge, and Visiting Fellow in the Surrey Morphology Group, University of Surrey
2007-2008 Research Fellow in the Surrey Morphology Group, University of Surrey (part-time, funded by the US NSF and the University of Surrey)
2004-2007 Research Assistant in the Surrey Morphology Group, University of Surrey
1994-1998 Lecturer in English and TEFL Methodology, University of Gdańsk, Poland
1993-1995 Lecturer in English and TEFL Methodology, Teacher Training College in Elbląg, Poland

Other professional work

2016 Lecturer for a LOT (Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics) graduate linguistic summer school, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands
2016 Lecturer for a Doctoral Schools graduate linguistic course at Ghent University, Belgium
2015, 2016 External Examiner of PhD theses (University of Tartu, Eestonia; University of Essex)
2014, 2015 Lecturer for Academia Salensis graduate linguistic summer schools and winter workshop, Vilnius University and Salos, Lithuania
2009 Referee for the National Science Council Taiwan
2006-2008 Contributor to GOLD (General Ontology for Linguistic Description)
2000-now Language instructor and educational consultant for the International Programmes at Pembroke College, Cambridge
1996 EFL reviewer for Cambridge University Press
1993-1996 Academic supervisor and manager of teacher-training in local schools undertaken by MA students of English in Gdańsk and Elbląg, Poland
1992-1995 Teacher of English at 'Proficiency' School of Modern Languages in Sopot, Poland
1992-1994 Translator and interpreter for an educational publisher 'Crystal Presentations Ltd.', Birmingham
1990-1996 Public relations and customs liaison officer, interpreter and tour manager for Elverum Folk High School, Norway, during their annual or biannual visits to Poland to bring charitable aid to hospitals and care homes

Service to the community

2016-2017 Chair of the Executive Committee of the International Lexical-Functional Grammar Association
2014-2017 Member of the Executive Committee of the International Lexical-Functional Grammar Association
2013-2014 Chair of the Programme Committee of the International Lexical-Functional Grammar Association
2011 Conference Chair and host of the international conference on 'Syntactic Government and Subcategorisation'
2010-now Co-founder and member of the Cambridge Group for Endangered Languages and Cultures (CELC)
2009 Conference Chair and local host of the 14th International Lexical-Functional Grammar Conference
2006-2007 Contributor to the official UK comments on ISO 24613 (Lexical Markup Framework)
2005-2008 Advisor to E-MELD (Electronic Metastructure for Endangered Languages Data)
2005-now Reviewer for the Journal of Linguistics, Transactions of the Philological Society, Lingua, Australian Journal of Linguistics, Approaches to Hungarian, Linguistic Discovery, Proceedings of Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics, Journal of Language Modelling, numerous conferences, and several publishers

Honours and awards

2008-2011 British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship
1999-2002 Research Studentship from Pembroke College, Cambridge, and the Research Centre for English & Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge
1996-1997 MPhil Studentship from Pembroke College, Cambridge, Cambridge Overseas Trust, and the Research Centre for English & Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge
1995 Award of Distinction in Teaching and Curriculum Design from the Director of the Teacher Training College in Elbląg, Poland
1994 Third Prize in the group entry category (for the teacher and his/her group of students) in the national 'Project English Competition' for primary and secondary school pupils organised by Oxford University Press in Poland
1991-1992 EC TEMPUS Mobility Grant for a one-year period of study in the UK (Wolverhampton University)
1989-1992 Financial awards for top results from the Dean of the School of Humanities, University of Gdańsk, Poland

Memberships and affiliations

2013 American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (AATSEEL)
2008-now Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE)
2008-now The Philological Society (PhilSoc)
2005-now International Lexical-Functional Grammar Association (ILFGA)
2000-now Linguistics Association of Great Britain (LAGB)
1999-now Cambridge Linguistic Society (Cambridge LingSoc)
1998-2004 British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL)
1996-1997 Cambridge Translation and Interpreting Group
1994-1996 International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL), Poland
1990-1993 Maybe Theatre Company (a semi-professional company based at the University of Gdańsk, Poland)
 

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