METM Revisited

Relive METM classics online
15-16 October 2020

Join us at METM Revisited to relive highlights from METMs past or catch up with sessions you missed in person. We've selected five of the best talks, based on your feedback, to bring to you live via Zoom.

This free event, for MET members only, is split across two afternoons to slot into your working schedule. You can pop in and out of sessions as you fancy – and that goes for the evening socials, too.

To round off the week, we’ll be holding our general assembly online on Saturday 17 October, and we hope to see you there.


Register now!
(member login required)

Not a member and want to come? Join MET before 9 October, then sign up here!
METM Revisited registration closes on 12 October.

Speakers

Photo: Cesc Anadón
Anne Murray
Corpus building and mining in the real world: an introduction for the uninitiated
From METM18 in Girona
Photo: Cesc Anadón
John Bates
Grammar myths from the 18th to the 21st century: prescriptivism rules?
From METM15 in Coimbra
Photo: Maria Luisa Barbano
Michael Farrell
The conspicuous translator
From METM17 in Brescia
 
Photo: Cesc Anadón
Oliver Lawrence
"I had to swerve before I hit him": the perils of ambiguity and how to avoid them
From METM16 in Tarragona
 
Photo: Cesc Anadón
Mary Fons i Fleming
Putting people first while keeping the wheelchairs from blocking the exits: working with disability-related terms
From METM16 in Tarragona