Dr Joanna Dolińska
Eurasia3angle research group
Dr Joanna Dolińska specializes in comparative linguistics. Her main research focus encompasses Manchu and Sibe languages, Mongolic languages and comparative Transeurasian linguistics. Dr Joanna Dolińska professionally uses modern technology and NLP tools in her language research. In the Eurasia3angle project, dr Joanna Dolinska carries out research on vocabulary items related to agriculture in Mongolic and Tungusic groups of languages. She analyzes her search results with the methodology of comparative linguistics, attempts to propose the original forms of these vocabulary items and takes the challenge to identify links between these findings in both language groups. The final results of dr Joanna Dolinska’s research will support the broader research on the affinity of Transeurasian languages.
Dr Joanna Dolińska joined the Eurasia3angle project as a post-doctoral researcher on 15th of March 2020. In September 2019 she successfully defended her PhD thesis under the title “Is the Altaic theory possible? Considerations based on the comparative analysis of grammatical structures of Mongolian, Turkish and Manchu languages” at the Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Warsaw. Dr Joanna Dolińska gained her academic experience at the University Leipzig, University Duisburg-Essen, National University of Mongolia and Warsaw University. She has also been working in the field of vocational education at the TU Dortmund. Dr Joanna Dolińska holds PhD degree in Linguistics (specialization: Inner Asian languages), MA degree in Applied Linguistics (specialization: German and English, with additional French language), MA degree in Oriental Studies (specialization: Mongolian and Tibetan, with additional Turkish language), as well as BA in Oriental Studies (specialization: Mongolian and Tibetan, with additional Manchu language). She lived and carried out research in Inner Asia and Southeast Asia for 3 years (Mongolia and Myanmar). Dr Joanna Dolińska carries out research on the following languages: Mongolian, Manchu and Turkish. Currently, she is actively learning Arabic.
PublicationsDolińska, J. 2018. Perception of Polish-Mongolian Relations in the Years 1950-1953 and 2013-2015 in the Light of Polish Foreign Ministry Analytical Notes and Press Articles. In: Bareja-Starzyńska, A., Rogala, J. & Szpindler, M.: Mongolia and the Mongols: Past and Present, p. 81-92.
Godzińska, M. & Stanek, K. (eds.)/Dolinska, J. (transl. ed.) 2018. Turkic Peoples Through the Ages and Lands, University of Warsaw, Warsaw.
Dolińska, J. 2018. Taking a bet on TVET in education. University of Oxford, Tea Circle: https://teacircleoxford.com/2018/05/16/taking-a-bet-on-tvet-in-education/
Dashtseren, O., Ganbaatar, N. & Dagiiraazai, N. (eds.)/Dolińska, J. (transl. ed.) 2017. Concise dictionary of cultural expressions, National University of Mongolia, Ulan Bator.
Dolińska, J. 2017. Die 4. Regionale Berufsbildungskonferenz fand erfolgreich in Myanmar statt.https://www.bibb.de/govet/de/62897.php
Dolińska, J. 2017. The emergence of language professionals in Myanmar. University of Oxford, Tea Circle: https://teacircleoxford.com/2017/03/23/the-emergence-of-language-professionals-in-myanmar/
Dolińska, J. 2017. Language diversity in Myanmar – a blessing in disguise? University of Oxford, Tea Circle: https://teacircleoxford.com/2017/07/27/language-diversity-in-myanmar-a-blessing-in-disguise/
Dolińska, J. 2017. Facilitators, mediators, fixers or voices of ordinary people – community interpreters in Myanmar. University of Oxford, Tea Circle: https://teacircleoxford.com/2017/11/23/facilitators-mediators-fixers-orvoices-of-ordinary-people-community-interpreters-in-myanmar/
Dolińska, J. 2016. Review of "Zur Bildung moderner Begriffe im Khalkha Mongolischen" by Nyamsuren Batjantsan, Rocznik Orientalistyczny, Vol. LXIX, No. I, p. 171-174.
Dolińska, J. 2014. Preliminary stage of research on Mongolian terminology concerning knowledge and abilities as a part of studies on the genetic relationship between Altaic languages, Mongolian Terminology Studies-90, Institute of Language and Literature, Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Ulan Bator, p. 32-39.
Konik, T./Dolińska, J. (transl.) 2013. Multimodalna analiza dyskursu: reprezentacja wojny i pojednania, Systemowo-funkcjonalna analiza dyskursu, Universitas, Cracow, p. 259-292.
Dolińska, J. 2012. Motivation to study English. A research conducted among the Mongolian students of English at the National University of Mongolia, Гадаад хэл зах арга зүй, National University of Mongolia, Ulan Bator, p. 105-108.
Dolińska, J. 2012. First impressions about Teaching English to Mongolian and Polish Students – a Comparison, Их Британи, Америк судлалын тэнхмийн эрдэм шинжилгээний бичиг” no. 3, National University of Mongolia, Ulan Bator, p. 179-182.