List of John Benjamins publications for which Arleta Adamska-Sałaciak plays a role.
Lexicographers as borrowers, or The importance of being CAMP. Dictionary Visions, Research and Practice: Selected papers from the 12th International Symposium on Lexicography, Copenhagen 2004, Gottlieb, Henrik and Jens Erik Mogensen (eds.), pp. 203–2152007.
Linde’s dictionary: A landmark in Polish lexicography. Historiographia Linguistica 28:1/2, pp. 65–832001.
Samuel Linde (1771–1847), author of the first major monolingual dictionary of Polish, was a native speaker of German. This, together with the complex political situation in which his work originated and proceeded – in Leipzig, Warsaw and Vienna – led to many doubts not only as to the author’s… read more | Article
Chapter 6 Jan Baudouin de Courtenay’s Contribution to General Linguistics. Towards a History of Linguistics in Poland: From the early beginnings to the end of the 20th century, Koerner, E.F.K. † and Aleksander Szwedek (eds.), pp. 175 ff.2001.
Sound Laws: Reactions Present and Past. Historical Linguistics 1997: Selected papers from the 13th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Düsseldorf, 10–17 August 1997, Schmid, Monika S., Jennifer R. Austin and Dieter Stein (eds.), pp. 1 ff.1998.
Jan Baudouin De Courtenay’s contribution to Linguistic Theory. History of Linguistics in Poland, pp. 25–601998.
The extent of Jan Baudouin de Courtenay’s (1845–1929) contribution to general linguistic theory is still hard to assess. He never wrote a major synthetic work, nor has the bulk of his production been translated into English. Thanks primarily to Jakobson, at least his formative influence on modern… read more | Article
On Middle English /a/ and the functions of change. Phonological Investigations, Fisiak, Jacek and Stanislaw Puppel (eds.), pp. 221 ff.1992.