Poster session

The poster session and accompanying apéro will take place on Tuesday 27 August 18:00-19:30.

Poster presentations are in-person only.

Posters (listed alphabetically by first author’s surname)

1Linguistic and Pictorial Portrait: A Montage of Performances in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young ManMan Al Frayh (Imam Mohammad Ibn Saud Islamic University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia)
2Applied Global Health Humanities: Readings in the Global Anglophone NovelFella Benabed (Badji Mokhtar-Annaba University, Algeria)
3Eating and Belonging: Food Studies and Transmodernity in Nina Mingya Powles’s Tiny Moons – A Year of Eating in ShanghaiCristina De los Ríos Martín (Independent Scholar)
4The Role of Linguistic Linked Open Data for the Development of Appìl: An Application for the Improvement of Lexical-linguistic CompetencePasquale Esposito (University of Salerno, Italy)
5Student Reflection on Automated Feedback Related to the Development of Writing as a Productive Language SkillBarbora Faktorová (University of South Bohemia, Czechia)
6Unveiling the Significance of Self-Directed Learning in the EFL ContextShpresa Hasani (South East European University, Macedonia)
7Narratives of Happiness and Resilience (RESHAP)José Ventura Alegría Hernández (University of La Laguna, Tenerife)
8Unleashing the Power of Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education: A Focus on English for Specific Purposes (ESP) ClassesMerita Ismaili (South East European University, Macedonia)
9Bread and Milk English and Hebrew MetaphorsTali Kigel (Independent Researcher of Multilingualism, Behazlaha-Center, Israel)
10The Representations of Freedom in The Sun Newspaper between 2019 and 2021: A Corpus-based StudyLjubica Leone (Independent Scholar)
11Pragmatic Analysis of EFL Junior High School English Textbooks in TaiwanMing-Fang Lin (Shih Chien University, Taiwan, R.O.C.) & Yuan-shan Chen (National Chin-Yi University of Technology, Taiwan, R.O.C.)
12A Usage-based Analysis of Anglicisms in EstonianKelli Pekkenen (University of Tartu, Estonia)
13Getting the Right End of the Stick: The Role of Metaphor (and other Factors) in First and Second Language English Speakers’ Idiom InterpretationsRasse, Carina (University of Klagenfurt, Austria), David O’Reilly (University of York, UK), Alexander Onysko (University of Klagenfurt, Austria), Herbert L. Colston (University of Alberta, Canada), Lisa Papitsch (University of Klagenfurt, Austria) & Iris van der Horst (University of Klagenfurt, Austria)
14Promotional Significance of Visual Devices in Early Modern English Title-pagesSirkku Ruokkeinen (University of Turku, Finland) & Carla Suhr (University of Helsinki, Finland)
15Incorporating Legal Disciplinary Culture in an English Legal Writing Course: Through a Genre-Based ApproachXia Sichen (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen)
16Teaching and Learning British and American English in MexicoAnna V. Sokolova G. (Metropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico)
17Semantic Analysis of Japanese University Students’ Written Narratives in English: Focusing on the Relationship between Motivation and Learning Environment Azumi Yoshida & Masako (Okayama University, Japan)