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Maria Kaminska

Linguist and educator

Maria Kaminska, Polish linguist and educator. Member Learned Society of Lódz (secretary 1968-1974), Polish Academy of Sciences (linguistics committee since 1988), Learned Society Catholic University Lublin.

Background

Kaminska, Maria was born on July 29, 1930 in Warsaw, Poland. Daughter of Antoni and Maria (Knobloch) Kaminska.

Education

Master of Arts in Philology, Cracow (Poland) University, 1955. Doctor of Philosophy in Philology and Linguistics, University Lódz, Poland, 1962. Habilitationschaft, University Lódz, Poland, 1968.

Career

Teaching assistant University Lódz, 1957-1962, assistant professor, 1962-1968, assistant professor (dr.hab.), 1968-1971, associate professor, 1971-1982, professor extraordinary, 1982-1990, professor philology-linguistics, since 1990, head department history of Polish language, since 1982, dean faculty of philology, 1981-1987.

Works

  • Author: Nazwy miejscowe dawnego woj. Sandomierskiego, Volunteer I, 1964, Volunteer II, 1965, Dialects in Central Poland, 1968, Psalterium Florianenze Linguistic Monograph, Volunteer I, 1982, Volunteer II, 1990.

Membership

Member Learned Society of Lódz (secretary 1968-1974), Polish Academy of Sciences (linguistics committee since 1988), Learned Society Catholic University Lublin.

Connections

father:
Antoni Kaminska

mother:
Maria (Knobloch) Kaminska