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All hours of the presentations are given according to Polish time (UTC+2).

Due to the international character of the conference, the Speakers are kindly requested to deliver their presentations in English.


31 May 2022

8.50 a.m. prof. Izabela Gatkowska (Jagiellonian University in Kraków) prof. Piotr P. Chruszczewski (University of Wrocław)
9.00 – 9.30

prof. Annalisa Cosentino (Sapienza University of Rome, Italy)
A Few Remarks about Literary Professionals during Hard Times

9.35 – 10.05 prof. Camelia M. Cmeciu (University of Bucharest, Romania)
Beyond a Multivocal Approach to Hashtag Communication. Blending Macro and Micro Components
10.10 – 10.20 Stephen Branigan (University of Opole)
Intercultural Communicative Competence: Obstacles Faced by NESTs, NonNESTs and Learners
10.20 – 10.30 Robert Borges (Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences)
Sourcing Data from Wikipedia for the Study of Language Contact: the csbwiki
10.30 – 10.40 Ana Hazler (Slovenian Armed Forces, Military Schools Centre)
Preserving Language Vitality through Terminology Management
10.40 – 10.50 Natalia Lazreg (University of Wrocław)
Translator and Multimodality in Iconotexts. Based on an Interview with a Translator of Selected French Picturebooks
10.50 – 11.00 Samuel Figueira-Cardoso (University of Warsaw)
Digital Text and Brazilian Folklore: Discussing Referential Activity and Beyond
11.15 – 11.25 DISCUSSION
11.25 – 11.35 Agata Jagiełło-Tondera (Military University of Technology in Warsaw)
Language Matters in Non-Traditional Security Studies
11.35 – 11.45 Marta Strukowska (University of Wrocław)
On the Generic Profile of Online News Media Events. An Anthropolinguistic Case Study of the First Day of Russia’s Invasion on Ukraine in the Year 2022
11.45 – 11.55 Ilia Kozlov (Sapienza University of Rome – Charles University in Prague)
Media Identities: How Media Outlets Cast the Roles through Language
11.55 – 12.05 Aleksandra Kishkina (Sapienza University of Rome–Charles University in Prague)
An Anti-Religious Propaganda on the Pages of the Magazine „Bezbozhnik”
12.05 – 12.15 Martina Mecco (State University La Sapienza in Rome and Univerzita Karlova in Prague)
Language and Stylistic Aspects of Karel Čapek’s Journalistic Writing: an Analysis of Hovory s T.G. Masarykem through the Method of Text Linguistics
12.15 – 12.25 Marta Belia (Sapienza University of Rome)
The Power of Silence and the Value of Words: Jan Skácel, the Banned Man
12.30 – 12.40 DISCUSSION



01 June 2022

9.00 – 9.30 dr. Patrizia Anesa (University of Bergamo, Italy)
Lexical Innovation in World Englishes: A Polycentric Approach
9.35 – 10.05 dr. Aleksandra R. Knapik (Committee for Philology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Wrocław Branch)
Linguistic Practices in Malta
10.10 – 10.20 Nataliia Romanyshyn (Lviv Polytechnic National University)
Artistic Conceptualization of Power in Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s Poetry
10.20 – 10.30 Leszek Wojteczek (University of Wrocław)
Discourse of War in American Presidential Messages, Presidential Proclamations and Congressional Declarations Leading to Formally Declared Wars. An Analysis from the Perspective of the Ethnography of Communication
10.30 – 10.40 Agata Figiel (Independent Researcher)
War colours of laughter – humour as a serious matt
10.40 – 10.50 Monika Piechota (University of Wrocław)
Verwehte Spuren… gathering the traces of the perished world. Based on the manuscript of Willy Cohn (1888-1941)
10.50 – 11.00 Gaia Seminara (Sapienza University of Rome – University of Naples L’Orientale – University of Udine)
Young people and youth organisations from Italy to Czechoslovakia at the First World Festival of Democratic Youth (1947)
11.00 – 11.10 Dorota Kokowicz (University of Wrocław)
The Role of Brand Storytelling in Communicating Country of Origin – the Case of Russia
11.15 – 11.25 DISCUSSION
11.25 – 11.35 Sabrina Canestrella (Sapienza University of Rome – Charles University in Prague)
«Über den Jordan gehen»: Identity and Death in Ulrich Plenzdorf’s Die neuen Leiden des jungen W.
11.35 – 11.45 Irina-Marinela Deftu (Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi in Romania)
Contacts between Languages: from Cultural Imperialism to Linguistic Imperialism. Romanian-Korean Linguistic Interferences. Adaptation to the Romanian Language System: Definite Article and Indefinite Article
11.45 – 11.55 Krzysztof Bekieszczuk (University of Wrocław)
The Contribution of Jesuits to the Study of Ancient and Vernacular Languages of India from 16th to 18th Century
11.55 – 12.05 Aurelia Ana Vasile (University of Bucharest)
Key Numbers and their Cultural Symbolism in Scriptural Texts
12.05 – 12.15 Katarzyna Cieplińska (University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn)
Polish Rural Dialect of the Dobrzyn Region Presented to the British Reader in Jerzy Pietrkiewicz’s Novel The Knotted Cord
12.15 – 12.25 DISCUSSION


  • prof. dr. Annalisa Cosentino, Sapienza – University of Rome, IT
  • prof. dr. Camelia M. Cmeciu, University of Bucharest, RO
  • prof. dr. Anna Wojtyś, University of Warsaw, PL
  • prof. dr. Izabela Gatkowska, Jagiellonian University, PL
  • prof. dr. Elżbieta Biardzka, University of Wrocław, PL
  • prof. dr. Dorota Kołodziejczyk, University of Wrocław, PL
  • prof. dr. Witold Ucherek, University of Wrocław, PL
  • prof. dr. Rafał Dymczyk, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, PL
  • prof. dr. Konrad Dominas, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, PL
  • dr. Joanna Esquibel, Æ Academic Publishing, San Diego, USA
  • dr. Katarzyna Buczek, University of Opole, PL
  • dr. Aleksandra R. Knapik, Committee for Philology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Wrocław Branch, PL
  • dr. Paweł M. Owsianny, Adam Mickiewicz University, Piła PL
  • prof. Piotr P. Chruszczewski, University of Wrocław, PL

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