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Tuesday, 16th of February:

Sense of National Identity and English Language Ownership Perception in Nigeria

by Dr. Kingsley Ugwuanyi  (University of Nigeria, Nsukka)

Women in Science and Science Novels

by Cora Övermann

Picture a Scientist: The Movie

by Chadi Allam

Feedback That Motivates Students: What Should Feedback Focus On?

by Yooju Sung

Providing Effective Feedback in Online Language Courses for Adult Learners

by Svetlana Smolina

Queen Elizabeth I’s Iconography in the Imaginary: The Virgin, the Mother, and the Ruler 
by María Francisca Díaz

The Role of Contemporary Kurdish Literature in Crafting a Trans-borders National Identity

by Rezgar Haji

Motion and Location in Metaphorical Advertising by Adam Cherkaoui

The Survival of the English Language in Cameroon in the Context of pre-and -post-electoral crisis 
by Frank- Steve Nankep

Accessing Young Learners in Nigeria

by Ayomide Ajagbe

Wednesday, 17th of February:

Shakespeare in Modern English in Southern Chile

by Dr. Amalia Ortiz de Zárate (Universidad Austral de Chile)

The Extension of the Progressive Form to Stative and Habitual Functions in the Outer Circle  Varieties of English by Ekaterina Buchminskaia

Data Protection: Safe Practices against Third Party Violation

by Sally Idehen

The Man-Made Holocaust: Churchill’s Political Decisions vis-à-vis the Bengal Famine of 1943

by Urmi Bose

Gender-Based Violence in Nigerian Cinema

by Victoria Nnamchi

The Binary of Self and Other in Heart of Darkness: An Analysis of Text through the Lens of Post-colonialism 
by Nitisha Mehrotra

Common Tropes of Refugee Literature in Jenny Erpenbeck’s Go, Went, Gone and Mohsin Hamid’s Exit West and their Reflections in the Contemporary World

by Munise Betul Kandiraz









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