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MasterVision 2.0 Online Conference Schedule February 16-17, 2021 

Online through Zoom 

Tuesday, 16th of February:

12.00-12.15: Welcome and organizers’ remarks 

12.15-13.15: Keynote speaker: Dr. Kingsley Ugwuanyi (University of Nigeria, Nsukka):

                      Sense of National Identity and English Language Ownership Perception in Nigeria

13.15-13.30: Break

13.30-14.00: Women in Science and Science Novels by Cora Övermann

14.00-14.30: Picture a Scientist: The Movie by Chadi Allam

14.30-14.45: Break

14.45-15.15: Feedback That Motivates Students: What Should Feedback Focus On? by Yooju Sung

15.15-15.45: Providing Effective Feedback in Online Language Courses for Adult Learners                                                          by Svetlana Smolina

16.00-16.30: Queen Elizabeth I’s Iconography in the Imaginary: The Virgin, the Mother, and the Ruler 

                      by María Francisca Díaz

16.30-17.00: The Role of Contemporary Kurdish Literature in Crafting a Trans-borders National Identity 

                      by Rezgar Haji

17.00-17.15: Break

17.15-17.45: Motion and Location in Metaphorical Advertising by Adam Cherkaoui

17.45-18.15: The Survival of the English Language in Cameroon in the Context of pre-and -post-electoral crisis

                      by Frank- Steve Nankep

18.15-18.45: Assessing Young Learners in Nigeria by Ayomide Ajagbe

18.45-19.00: Closure

Wednesday, 17th of February:

13.00-14.00: Keynote speaker: Dr. Amalia Ortiz de Zárate (Universidad Austral de Chile):

                      Shakespeare in Modern English in Southern Chile 

14.00-14.15: Break

14.15-14.45: The Extension of the Progressive Form to Stative and Habitual Functions in the Outer                                              Circle Varieties of English by Ekaterina Buchminskaia

14.45-15.15: Data Protection: Safe Practices against Third Party Violation by Sally Idehen

15.15-15.30: Break

15.30-16.00: The Man-Made Holocaust: Churchill’s Political Decisions vis-à-vis the Bengal Famine of 1943

                      by Urmi Bose

16.00-16.30: Gender-Based Violence in Nigerian Cinema by Victoria Nnamchi

16.30-16.45: Break

16.45-17.15: The Binary of Self and Other in Heart of Darkness: An Analysis of Text through the Lens of Post                            Colonialism by Nitisha Mehrotra

17.15-17.45: 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

17.45-18.00: Acknowledgements and Closure

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