1America’s Pre-code Movies: The Attraction of Forbidden Hollywood
2Ancient Greeks and British Modernity
3Anglophone Children's and Young Adult Fiction and Its Reception in Continental European Countries
4“Beyond the Iron Curtain”: Shakespeare in (Central) European Theatres between 1989-2019
5British and Irish Poetry after the Turn of the Millennium: Trends, Public/ Counterpublic, Institutions
6Comic Women and Theories of Humour
7Configurations of Friday
8Continuity and Change in English Letter Formulae
9Courage and Cowardice in British Women’s Writing of the Romantic Period
10Creoles, Créolité, and Creolisation in Postcolonial Literature
11‘Criminal Voice’ in Literature
13Diachronic Narratology
14Dickens in Colour
15Eco-Narratives of Gender and Age: Intergenerational Eco-Imaginaries in Literature, Film, and Other Media
16English as a Foreign Language for Students with Special Educational Needs – Strategies and Challenges for Teacher Training and Research
17English in Liberia: Language and Literature
18Gender in English Language Education: Current Trends and Future Perspectives
19Global Implications of News Discourse in English in the Social Media
20Hideous Progeny? Reanimations of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
21Interlingual and Intersemiotic Translations of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
22Interpreting Online Headlines
(merged with RT 5)
23Language Mixing in Texts from Medieval England
24Lockdown Literature: Past and Present Pandemic Paradigms
25Material Agency: Early Modern Perspectives
26Modernism in Motion
27Narratives of Ageing and Old Age in the Fantastic Mode
28Notre Père Walter Scott: Revisiting Scott at 250
29Over 100 Years Later: The Reception of Late 19th-century British and Irish Fiction in Europe
30Persuasion in Scientific Discourse: Strategies and Linguistic Resources
31Rebellious Marys: Women on Self-Development in Late 18th-and Early 19th-Century Fiction and Prose Writings
32Reconceptualizing Violence against Women
33Research on English Language Learning and Teaching
35Shakespeare, Women and Cultural Contexts
36Stay at Home: Re-Assessing Home Spaces during Covid-19 in Literary Representation and Cultural Consumer Practice
37Suffering in Anglophone Literatures
38Technology-Enhanced Approaches, Models and Processes in English/ESP/CLIL/Translation Teaching and Learning
39The Agency of Invisibility in Contemporary Fiction and Theory
40The Ethics of Attention in Contemporary Fiction
41The Persistence of Character
43The Construction of Childhood in Victorian England
44Translating and Analysing Charles Darwin and Darwinism in(to) European languages (1859-2022)
45Travelling to and from the Indian Subcontinent in the long Nineteenth Century
46Victorian and neo-Victorian Wasted Lives: Bodies that Do not Matter
47Women’s Writing and their Writings on Writing