Anna Snarska, PhD
Faculty: School of Foreign Languages
Field of Study: Philology / English studies
She got her PhD in humanities (linguistic specialisation) at the English Philology Department of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań in 2009. In the same year, she completed a scientific internship at the Center for Advanced Study of Theoretical Linguistics in Tromso, Norway, and at the University of Maryland (Department of Linguistics). In 2014 she completed post-graduate studies in teaching Polish as a foreign language. Over the period 2009-2016, she worked as an assistant professor at the University of Social Sciences in Warsaw. Since 2016 she has been working as a senior lecturer at the State University of Applied Sciences in Włocławek, where she teaches mainly linguistics. Since 2016 she has been also cooperating with Vistula University as a teacher of linguistics. She is a linguistic expert of the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange.
In her scientific activity, she is involved in research on syntax and morphology of both English and Polish. Her current research interests are focused on cross-linguistic ways of realizing non-lexical group subjects in non-finite clauses.
She is an active participant of many international conferences on linguistics and has authored or co-authored 11 scientific publications. She regularly visits foreign higher institutions under the Erasmus program.
Favourite butter: almond butter.
- general linguistics;
- English and Polish syntax;
- philosophy of language.