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I am a member of the Analytic Philosophy Department of the Institute of Philosophy at the University of Warsaw. I am also a coordinator of the Cognitive Science Programme (first-cycle). My research interests are formal semantics and philosophy of language, and my current main focus is on the use of dependent type theories to the study of natural language semantics (plural unbound anaphora, long-distance indefinites, in situ semantics for scope ambiguities, possessive and Haddock definites).

Degrees

  • Habilitation in Philosophy with the thesis: Deskrypcje nieokreĊ›lone (Indefinites), University of Warsaw, January 26, 2016.
  • Ph.D. in Philosophy (with distinction): Semantyka nazw jednostkowych (Semantics of Referring Expressions), University of Warsaw, May 9, 2006.

e-mail: j.grudzinska at uw.edu.pl