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dr. E.D. (Ewa) Zakrzewska

Library of the UvA
Faculty Library FGw

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  • Singel 425
  • Room number: 2.01A
Postal address
  • Publications

    2017

    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2017). 'A bilingual language variety' or 'the language of the pharaohs'? Coptic from the perspective of contact linguistics . In E. Grossman, P. Dils, T. S. Richter , & W. Schenkel (Eds.), Greek Influence on Egyptian-Coptic : Contact-induced change in an ancient African language (pp. 115–161 ). (Lingua Aegyptia – Studia Monographica ; Vol. 17). Hamburg : Widmaier Verlag. [details]
    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2017). Complex verbs in Bohairic Coptic: Language contact and valency . In B. Nolan, & E. Diedrichsen (Eds.), Argument realisation in complex predicates and complex events: Verb-verb constructions at the syntax-semantic interface (pp. 213-243). (Studies in language companion series (SLCS)). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. https://doi.org/10.1075/slcs.180.08zak [details]
    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2017). The Bohairic Acts of the Martyrs as a genre of religious discourse. In G. Ǧabra, & H. N. Takla (Eds.), Christianity and monasticism in northern Egypt: Beni Suef, Giza, Cairo, and the Nile Delta (pp. 223-238). (Christianity and monasticism in Egypt ; Vol. 7 ). Cairo: American University in Cairo Press. [details]

    2016

    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2016). Coptic linguistics 2004-2008: Synthesis and perspectives. In P. Buzi, A. Camplani, & F. Contardi (Eds.), Coptic society, literature and religion from late Antiquity to modern times: Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Coptic Studies, Rome, September 17th-22th, 2012 and plenary reports of the Ninth International Congress of Coptic Studies, Cairo, September 15th-19th, 2008 (pp. 227-258). (Orientalia Lovaniensia analecta ; Vol. 247). Leuven : Peeters. [details]
    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2016). Why did Egyptians write Coptic? The rise of Coptic as a literary language. In L. Mahmoud , & A. Mansour (Eds.), Copts in the Egyptian society before and after the Muslim conquest : archaeological, historical and applied studies. - 2: papers in English and French at the First International Coptic Studies Conference Life in Egypt during the Coptic Period "Towns and Villages, Laymen and Clergy, Bishops and Dioceses", Bibliotheca Alexandrina Center for Calligraphy Studies, 21-23 September 2010 (pp. 211-219 ). (Studies in calligraphy and writings; Vol. 19). Alexandria: Bibliotheca Alexandrina. [details]

    2015

    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2015). GIVE and its arguments in Bohairic Coptic. In B. Nolan, G. Rawoens, & E. Diedrichsen (Eds.), Causation, permission, and transfer: Argument realisation in GET, TAKE, PUT, GIVE and LET verbs (pp. 227-252). (Studies in language companion series; No. 167). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. https://doi.org/10.1075/slcs.167.08zak [details]
    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2015). L* as a secret language: social functions of early Coptic. In G. Gabra, & H. N. Takla (Eds.), Christianity and Monasticism in Middle Egypt: Al-Minya and Asyut (pp. 185-198). Cairo: American University in Cairo Press. [details]

    2011

    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2011). Masterplots and martyrs: narrative techniques in Bohairic hagiography. In F. Hagen, J. Johnston, W. Monkhouse, K. Piquette, J. Tait, & M. Worthington (Eds.), Narratives of Egypt and the ancient Near East: literary and linguistic approaches (pp. 499-523). (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta; Vol. 189). Leuven: Peeters. [details]

    2006

    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2006). The Hero, the Villain and the Mob: Topicality and Focality in Bohairic Narrative Discourse. Lingua Aegyptia, 14, 325-346.

    2017

    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2017). 'A bilingual language variety' or 'the language of the pharaohs'? Coptic from the perspective of contact linguistics . In E. Grossman, P. Dils, T. S. Richter , & W. Schenkel (Eds.), Greek Influence on Egyptian-Coptic : Contact-induced change in an ancient African language (pp. 115–161 ). (Lingua Aegyptia – Studia Monographica ; Vol. 17). Hamburg : Widmaier Verlag. [details]
    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2017). Complex verbs in Bohairic Coptic: Language contact and valency . In B. Nolan, & E. Diedrichsen (Eds.), Argument realisation in complex predicates and complex events: Verb-verb constructions at the syntax-semantic interface (pp. 213-243). (Studies in language companion series (SLCS)). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. https://doi.org/10.1075/slcs.180.08zak [details]

    2016

    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2016). Why did Egyptians write Coptic? The rise of Coptic as a literary language. In L. Mahmoud , & A. Mansour (Eds.), Copts in the Egyptian society before and after the Muslim conquest : archaeological, historical and applied studies. - 2: papers in English and French at the First International Coptic Studies Conference Life in Egypt during the Coptic Period "Towns and Villages, Laymen and Clergy, Bishops and Dioceses", Bibliotheca Alexandrina Center for Calligraphy Studies, 21-23 September 2010 (pp. 211-219 ). (Studies in calligraphy and writings; Vol. 19). Alexandria: Bibliotheca Alexandrina. [details]

    2015

    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2015). GIVE and its arguments in Bohairic Coptic. In B. Nolan, G. Rawoens, & E. Diedrichsen (Eds.), Causation, permission, and transfer: Argument realisation in GET, TAKE, PUT, GIVE and LET verbs (pp. 227-252). (Studies in language companion series; No. 167). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. https://doi.org/10.1075/slcs.167.08zak [details]

    2011

    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2011). Masterplots and martyrs: narrative techniques in Bohairic hagiography. In F. Hagen, J. Johnston, W. Monkhouse, K. Piquette, J. Tait, & M. Worthington (Eds.), Narratives of Egypt and the ancient Near East: literary and linguistic approaches (pp. 499-523). (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta; Vol. 189). Leuven: Peeters. [details]

    2017

    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2017). Objects and topics. In N. Bosson, A. Boud’hors , & S. Aufrère (Eds.), Labor omnia uicit improbus: miscellanea in honorem Ariel Shisha-Halevy (pp. 381-407 ). (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta ; No. 256). Peeters.
    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2017). The Bohairic Acts of the Martyrs as a genre of religious discourse. In G. Ǧabra, & H. N. Takla (Eds.), Christianity and monasticism in northern Egypt: Beni Suef, Giza, Cairo, and the Nile Delta (pp. 223-238). (Christianity and monasticism in Egypt ; Vol. 7 ). Cairo: American University in Cairo Press. [details]

    2016

    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2016). Coptic linguistics 2004-2008: Synthesis and perspectives. In P. Buzi, A. Camplani, & F. Contardi (Eds.), Coptic society, literature and religion from late Antiquity to modern times: Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Coptic Studies, Rome, September 17th-22th, 2012 and plenary reports of the Ninth International Congress of Coptic Studies, Cairo, September 15th-19th, 2008 (pp. 227-258). (Orientalia Lovaniensia analecta ; Vol. 247). Leuven : Peeters. [details]

    2015

    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2015). L* as a secret language: social functions of early Coptic. In G. Gabra, & H. N. Takla (Eds.), Christianity and Monasticism in Middle Egypt: Al-Minya and Asyut (pp. 185-198). Cairo: American University in Cairo Press. [details]
    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2015). [Review of: A. Hasznos (2012) Graeco-Coptica: Greek and Coptic clause patterns]. Lingua Aegyptia, 23, 355-358. [details]

    2007

    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2007). The Bohairic Martyrs Acts as a Narrative Genre. In N. Bosson, & B. Anne (Eds.), Actes du huitième congrès international d’études Coptes, Paris 2004 (pp. 787-798). (Orientalia lovaniensia analecta; Vol. 163). Leuven: Peeters.

    2006

    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (2006). The Hero, the Villain and the Mob: Topicality and Focality in Bohairic Narrative Discourse. Lingua Aegyptia, 14, 325-346.

    1999

    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (1999). Adverbial clauses in the structure of the text: the case of the Bohairic 'participium absolutum'. In S. Emmel (Ed.), Ägypten und Nubien in spätantiker and christlicher Zeit: Akten des 6. Internationalen Koptologenkongresses, Münster, 20.-26. Juli 1996 (pp. 420-428). Wiesbaden: Dr Ludwig Reichert Verlag.

    1990

    • Zakrzewska, E. D. (1990). Syntactic characteristics of the uses of the old perfective in the Coffin Texts. Rocznik Orientalistyczny, 47, 123-145.

    Talk / presentation

    • Zakrzewska, E. (keynote speaker) & Van der Vliet, J. (keynote speaker) (14-2-2017). Working with Coptic II, Working with Coptic II, Cairo, Egypt.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (speaker) (2-9-2016). Quotative indexes and reported discourse in Bohairic Coptic narratives, International Conference on Functional Discourse Grammar, Vienna, Austria.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (speaker) (27-7-2016). How to SPEAK in Coptic?, International Congress of Coptic Studies, Los Angeles, United States.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (speaker) (17-6-2016). Time and space in the structure of a narrative paragraph, Anniversary Conference of the Institute of Polish Linguistics, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (speaker) (14-4-2016). Religious discourse: authority and agency.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (invited speaker) (10-3-2016). Jan Baudouin de Courtenay: a narrative interview as an information source, Institute of Polish Linguistics, University of Warsaw.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (invited speaker) & Wierzbicka-Piotrowska, E. (invited speaker) (8-3-2016). Jan Baudouin de Courtenay in his daughter's memories, Jan Niecisław Baudouin de Courtenay, Warsaw, Poland.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (speaker) (5-3-2016). De werking van de Koptische Martelarenverhalen, Stichting Oudchristelijke Studiën.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (speaker) (18-2-2016). How to construct empathy with a martyr? The case of the Bohairic Coptic Martyrs Acts, HOLY HERO(IN)ES, Ghent, Belgium.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (invited speaker) (21-11-2015). What's in a lexeme? The case of Coptic, SBL (Society of Biblical Literature) Annual Meeting 2015, Atlanta, United States.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (invited speaker) (30-10-2015). Social Network Analysis and historical sociolinguistics: the case of the Coptic Manichaean corpus from Kellis, Papyri and Social Networks in a Wider Context, Leiden, Netherlands.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (speaker) (26-3-2015). Social Network Analysis and explanations of language maintenance and change: the case of Polish before the World War I, Institute of Polish Linguistics, University of Warsaw.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (keynote speaker) & Van der Vliet, J. (keynote speaker) (2-2-2015). Working with Coptic, Working with Coptic, Cairo, Egypt.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (speaker) (3-12-2014). Coptic as a sacred language, Institute of Coptic Studies, Cairo.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (speaker) (16-10-2014). Greek influence on Coptic case?, Grammatical hybridization and social conditions , Leipzig, Germany.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (speaker) (22-9-2014). Development or constructing? Metaphors as explanations of linguistic changes, Conference of Polish Linguistic Association, Cracow, Poland.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (speaker) (19-9-2014). The ‘Imperfect’ in Bohairic Coptic: synchronic and discursive; diachronic and contrastive, Third International Conference on Functional Discourse Grammar, Jaen.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (keynote speaker) (8-8-2014). Sacred languages and religious discourse, Discourse Analysis of Ancient Religious Texts, Erfurt, Germany.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (invited speaker) (24-6-2014). Thetic utterances in Bohairic Coptic, Information Structure in Egyptian across time , Berlin, Germany.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (speaker) (29-3-2014). Head marking vis-à-vis dependent marking in Bohairic Coptic, Syntax, Typology, and Information Structure, Nijmegen, Netherlands.
    • Zakrzewska, E. (speaker) (14-5-2013). GIVE in Bohairic Coptic, Scandinavian Conference of Linguists, Reykjavik, Iceland.
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