In English:

  • Marzena Karpinska, Nader Akoury, and Mohit Iyyer (2021). "The Perils of Using Mechanical Turk to Evaluate Open-Ended Text Generation"
    Proceedings of the 2021 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing [PDF]
  • Marzena Karpinska (2019). “How accented do Caucasian-looking vs. Asian-looking native speakers sound to a Japanese listener?”
    Proceedings of the The International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Melbourne, Australia: ICPhS, pp. 3691–3695. [PDF]
  • Marzena Karpinska, Paula Kurzawska, and Katarzyna Rozanska (2019). “Digital Lingua Franca or a Culture-Specific Product Leading to Misunderstandings?”
    Emoticons, Kaomoji, and Emoji: The Transformation of Communication in the Digital Age (Routledge Research in Language and Communication). Ed. by E. Giannoulis and Lukas R.A. Wilde. Routledge. Chap. 4 [BOOK]
  • Kimie Yamamura, Ryo Gakutani, Marzena Karpinska , Tetsuro Tanojiri, and Tom Gally (2019). "The Discourse of Kyōyō and English Education in Japan" Komaba Journal of English Education. Department of English Language, The University of Tokyo, Komaba. [PDF]
  • Marzena Karpinska, Bofang Li, Anna Rogers, and Aleksandr Drozd (2018). “Subcharacter Information in Japanese Embeddings: When Is It Worth It?”
    Proceedings of the Workshop on the Relevance of Linguistic Structure in Neural Architectures for NLP. Melbourne, Australia: ACL, pp. 28–37. [PDF]
  • Marzena Karpinska, Shodai Uchida, and Izabelle Grenon (2015). “Vowel perception by listeners from different English dialects”.
    Proceedings of the The International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, Scotland: ICPhS. [PDF]

In Japanese:

  • Kawasaki Yoshifumi, Maëlys Salingre, Marzena Karpinska, Takamura Hiroya, Nagata Ryo (2022). ”Bunseki Hyougen o Mochiita Romansu-go Dougengo Doushi no Imi-henka no Bunseki" (Analysis of Semantic Change in Romance Cognate Verbs Using Word Embeddings)
    Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference of the Association for Natural Language Processing. Hamamatsu, Japan. [PDF] (received committee award for novelty)