- Denis Jamet (Université Jean Moulin – Lyon 3, France): "Introduction"
- Keith Allan (Monah University, Australia): "X-phemism and Creativity"
- Miguel Casas Gómez (University of Cádiz, Spain): "The Expressive Creativity of Euphemism and Dysphemism"
- Kate Burridge (Monash University, Australia): "Euphemism and Language Change: The Sixth and Seventh Ages"
- Charlotte Danino (ENS-Lyon, France): "“Frequent fl- erm traveler” - La reformulation euphémistique dans le discours sur l’événement
- María Tadea Díaz Hormingo (University of Cádiz, Spain): "Lexical Creation and Euphemism: Regarding the Distinction Denominative or Referential Neology vs. Stylistic or Expressive Neology"
- Chris Smith (Université de Caen, France): "Double whammy! The dysphemistic euphemism implied in unVables such as unmentionables, unprintables, undesirables"
- Mohammad Ahmad Thawabteh (Al-Quds University, Occupied Palestinian Territories): "The Translatability of Euphemism and Dysphemism in Arabic-English Subtitling"
- Alexandra Bagasheva (Sofia University, Bulgaria): "The tastes and distastes of verbivores – some observations on X-phemisation in Bulgarian and English"
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