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Łukasz Matusz

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Łukasz Matusz, PhD
Assistant Professor in the Institute of Linguistics, University of Silesia in Katowice

lukasz.matusz@us.edu.pl

ORCID: 0000-0003-2810-5798

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lukasz-Matusz-2

Research interests:

I received my PhD in 2015 (the doctoral dissertation “Kognitywne Studium Obelg” [A cognitive study of insults]). My research interests focus on cognitive semantics and pragmatics, especially theory of linguistic metaphor and metonymy, and research on speech acts in the cognitive perspective. The second area of my research interests includes (im)politeness, cultural taboo and its linguistic representation, swearing as a linguistic activity, verbal aggression and hate speech. I am an active businessman engaged in various education projects.

Selected publications:

  1. Matusz, Ł. (2010). Personal names in religious context. Debiuty naukowe IV: Lingwistyka stosowana w badaniach. Warszawa: Koło Naukowe BAJT, 45-52.
  2. Matusz, Ł. (2011a). Aspekty inwokacji religijnej. Język bez granic [Aspects of religious invocation. The language without limits]. Warszawa: Koło Naukowe BAJT, 299-308.
  3. Matusz, Ł. (2011b). Insults as a radial category. In R. Gregová, S. Šnircová and S. Tomaščíková (eds), Language, literature and culture in present-day context: Contemporary research perspectives in anglophone PhD studies. The Slovak Association for the Study of English.
  4. Matusz, Ł. (2017a)Taboos and swearing: cross-linguistic universalities and peculiarities. In D. Gabryś-Barker, et al. (eds) Multilingualism, Multiculturalism and the Self: Second Language Learning and Teaching, Springer International Publishing, 33-47.
  5. Matusz, Ł. (2017b). Force-dynamic representation of linguistic insults: a simple analysis. Acta Neophilologica XIX (1), Olsztyn: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Olsztyńskiego, 33-42.
  6. Matusz, Ł. (2019a)A cognitive model of verbal aggression. In M. Grygiel and R. Kiełtyka (eds). Cognitive Linguistics in the Year 2017 (Studies in Linguistics, Anglophone Literatures and Cultures 19), Berlin: Peter Lang, 133-43.
  7. Matusz, Ł. (2019b)On dogs, cows and dnokeys: the use of animal metaphors in linguistic insults. In P. Biały, M. Kuczok and M. Zabawa (eds). A Contrastive Perspective on Figurative Language. Katowice: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, 145-60.
  8. Matusz, Ł. and A. M. Rakowska (2019). Self-reported difficulties in learning English as a second language for third-age students in Poland. Theory and Practice of Second Language Acquisition, 5 (1), Katowice: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, 113-30.
  9. Matusz, Ł. (2020). I will see it done: metonymic extensions of the verb see in English. CROSSROADS. A Journal of English Studies (31) 2020. The University of Białystok, pp. 89-109. DOI: 10.15290/CR.2020.31.4.05
  10. Matusz, Ł. (2020).The Language Is Music metaphor as a didactic tool in descriptive phonetics and phonology classroom. In Drożdż, G. and B. Taraszka-Drożdż (eds.). Foreign language pedagogy in the light of cognitive linguistics research. Heidelberg: Springer International Publishing, pp. 113-131. – ISBN 978-3-030-58774-1

Fellowships and grants:

Participant in the grant financed by the Ministry of Science and Education “Mistrzowie Dydaktyki”, aimed at introducing tutoring as a teaching method in Polish higher education: research grant, University College London, May 2019.

Łukasz Matusz, PhD
Assistant Professor in the Institute of Linguistics, University of Silesia in Katowice

lukasz.matusz@us.edu.pl

ORCID: 0000-0003-2810-5798

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lukasz-Matusz-2

Research interests:

I received my PhD in 2015 (the doctoral dissertation “Kognitywne Studium Obelg” [A cognitive study of insults]). My research interests focus on cognitive semantics and pragmatics, especially theory of linguistic metaphor and metonymy, and research on speech acts in the cognitive perspective. The second area of my research interests includes (im)politeness, cultural taboo and its linguistic representation, swearing as a linguistic activity, verbal aggression and hate speech. I am an active businessman engaged in various education projects.

Selected publications:

  1. Matusz, Ł. (2010). Personal names in religious context. Debiuty naukowe IV: Lingwistyka stosowana w badaniach. Warszawa: Koło Naukowe BAJT, 45-52.
  2. Matusz, Ł. (2011a). Aspekty inwokacji religijnej. Język bez granic [Aspects of religious invocation. The language without limits]. Warszawa: Koło Naukowe BAJT, 299-308.
  3. Matusz, Ł. (2011b). Insults as a radial category. In R. Gregová, S. Šnircová and S. Tomaščíková (eds), Language, literature and culture in present-day context: Contemporary research perspectives in anglophone PhD studies. The Slovak Association for the Study of English.
  4. Matusz, Ł. (2017a)Taboos and swearing: cross-linguistic universalities and peculiarities. In D. Gabryś-Barker, et al. (eds) Multilingualism, Multiculturalism and the Self: Second Language Learning and Teaching, Springer International Publishing, 33-47.
  5. Matusz, Ł. (2017b). Force-dynamic representation of linguistic insults: a simple analysis. Acta Neophilologica XIX (1), Olsztyn: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Olsztyńskiego, 33-42.
  6. Matusz, Ł. (2019a)A cognitive model of verbal aggression. In M. Grygiel and R. Kiełtyka (eds). Cognitive Linguistics in the Year 2017 (Studies in Linguistics, Anglophone Literatures and Cultures 19), Berlin: Peter Lang, 133-43.
  7. Matusz, Ł. (2019b)On dogs, cows and dnokeys: the use of animal metaphors in linguistic insults. In P. Biały, M. Kuczok and M. Zabawa (eds). A Contrastive Perspective on Figurative Language. Katowice: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, 145-60.
  8. Matusz, Ł. and A. M. Rakowska (2019). Self-reported difficulties in learning English as a second language for third-age students in Poland. Theory and Practice of Second Language Acquisition, 5 (1), Katowice: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, 113-30.
  9. Matusz, Ł. (2020). I will see it done: metonymic extensions of the verb see in English. CROSSROADS. A Journal of English Studies (31) 2020. The University of Białystok, pp. 89-109. DOI: 10.15290/CR.2020.31.4.05
  10. Matusz, Ł. (2020).The Language Is Music metaphor as a didactic tool in descriptive phonetics and phonology classroom. In Drożdż, G. and B. Taraszka-Drożdż (eds.). Foreign language pedagogy in the light of cognitive linguistics research. Heidelberg: Springer International Publishing, pp. 113-131. – ISBN 978-3-030-58774-1

Fellowships and grants:

Participant in the grant financed by the Ministry of Science and Education “Mistrzowie Dydaktyki”, aimed at introducing tutoring as a teaching method in Polish higher education: research grant, University College London, May 2019.

 

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