8:30-9:00 In-person registration and zoom (waiting) room opens 
9:00-9:15  Welcome from the committee 
9:15-10:15 Session 1 – Plenary   
Greg Woodin – How people talk and think about numbers: Insights from corpus and cognitive linguistics 
10:15-10:30 Break 
Session 2 – Presentations (3 x 20 mins + Q&A)   
Alicia Wickert – Impoliteness in Political Interviews: President Donald Trump’s 20-minute interview for CBS ‘60 Minutes’   
Yiqing Chi – Bridging the function-form gap: A multidimensional move analysis of English research article introductions in applied linguistics by L1 and Chinese scholars (ONLINE)   
Sophia Butt – The Construction of Terrorism & Radicalisation Risks in UK Higher Education – A Multidisciplinary Approach 
12:00-13:00 Lunch 
Session 3 – Presentations (3 x 20 mins + Q&A)    
Jie Liang – A corpus-based study of the grammatical patterns and meanings of multi-word verbs: a case of “look for”    
Eloise Parr – Using moving metaphor density to analyse discussions of pregnancy experience online    
Bashayer Baissa – Distinguishing False News Through Lexico-Grammatical Features: A Multi-dimensional Analysis (ONLINE) 
14:30-14:45 Break 
14:45-15:45 Session 4 – Presentations (2 x 10 mins + 1 x 20 mins + Q&A)    
Arina Rohmatika – Exploring the Use of Data-Driven Learning in the Context of Indonesian Higher Education    
Christina Christou – STORY WRITING FOR REFRAMING TRAUMA – Looking at metaphors people use in the narrative structure of their ‘story’.    
Liwen Bing – Developmental trajectory of Syntactic Complexity in Chinese ESL MA Students 
15:45-16:00 Closing Remarks 
16:00-17:00 Informal (non-alcoholic) drinks reception and networking 

For the full programme with abstracts, see the PDF below: