- plenary speakers
This is the *final* version of the programme. Please note that it cannot undergo any further modifications.
Notes for paper presenters
All conference rooms are equipped with computers and multimedia projectors. We suggest that you bring your presentation on a flashdisc/memory stick. You are kindly asked to make sure well in advance (i.e. prior to the commencement of your session) that your presentation file works and to upload it on our computer.
Notes for poster presenters
Posters should be the standard A0 size (image size 84.1 x 118.9 cm or 33.1 x 46.8 inches ), and can be of either vertical or horizontal orientation. Each person presenting a poster will be provided with the means to affix their posters to the display board. During the poster session, you will be asked to stand by your poster.
Our plenary speakers (click on the title of the talk to read the abstract):
- Paul Baker (Lancaster University, UK)
title: Mars and Venus Re-appraised: Exploring the idea of “genderlects” in the British National Corpus
- Heiko Motschenbacher (Goethe-Universität, Germany)
title: Normativity as a Key Concept in Language and Sexuality Studies
- Srikant Sarangi (Aalborg University, Denmark)
title: Towards an epistemology of professional practice: blending expertise with responsibility
- Johanna Kissler (Bielefeld University, Germany)
title: Emotion and word processing-from lexical to social relevance
- Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland)
title: Are frequent, early and easy clusters also unmarked?
- Jane Sunderland (Lancaster University, UK)
title: Gender representation in language textbooks: moving on
- Gregory Kroliczak (Adam Mickiewicz University. Poland)
title: The organization of gesture and language, and their relationships to hand dominance. Evidence from functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI)
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- Paul Baker
title: Using Corpora to Analyse Discourse
- Teresa Siek-Piskozub
title: Intercultural communicative competence
- Agnieszka Lijewska
title: Eye-tracking as a tool in bilingualism research – an introduction
- Joanna Pawelczyk & Łukasz Pakuła
title: Gender and sexuality in the Polish ESL classroom
- Anna Jelec & Dorota Jaworska
title: Language and gesture
- Srikant Sarangi
title: Engaging with discourse data in professional and institutional settings
- Rafał Jończyk & Halszka Bąk
title: Introduction to experimental methods in linguistics
presenters' materials: presentation & key