Universitas Negeri Surabaya (Unesa) will host the 2nd Social Sciences, Humanities and Education Conference, taking up a theme: Establishing Identities through Language, Culture, and Education. The aim of the conference is to provide a platform for researchers around the globe who want to present on-going or completed research results in the broad area of humanities and social sciences. This conference will also be a perfect place for researchers and academics across disciplines to interact and build network.
The conference will feature a plenary and individual sessions which address a wide range of topics within various fields, such as culture, education, literature, linguistics, arts and design, sociology, anthropology, cultural studies, etc..
The conference is going to invite reputable and internationally recognised keynote speakers in their specialised fields:
|Dr. Setyo Yanuartuti, M.Si.
Lecturer at the Department of Dance Music and Drama of Universitas Negeri Surabaya.
She earned her doctoral degree on “Revitalization of Wayang Topeng Jati Duwur Jombang” from Intitut Seni Indonesia Surakarta. Her current research interest is in traditional performing arts
|Dr. Timothy Laurie
Scholarly Teaching Fellow in the School of Communication (Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences) at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia
His core research interests include cultural theory, popular music studies, and gender and sexuality studies
|Prof. Dr. Siusana Kweldju, M.Pd
Language specialist, Professor at SEAMEO-RELC Singapore, State University of Malang
Her current research interests include linguistics, education research, and language teaching.
|Prof. Dr. Abdul Halim bin Husain
Professor of Art Education at Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia
His current research interests include art and culture, methodology in art & art education research, informal learning & lifelong learning.
Suharsono is a lecturer at the Universitas Negeri Surabaya known as UNESA. He obtained his MPhil from Murdoch University and his PhD from UWA, both in Western Australia.
His interest is on sociolinguistics and linguistic anthropology, particularly on how power and ideology are shared to produce culture and its interplay with language in a society.
Call for Papers
Scope of Conference Topics
- Creativity and Innovation in Teaching and Learning
- Media Literacy and Digital Citizenship
- Space in Linguistics and Literature
- Asian pop culture and national identity
- Creative Arts in Humanities
- Culture of Democracy: Anti-Politics and Hate Speech
- Space for Marginalized Community
- Youth Activism and Radical Communalism
- Post-colonial and diasporic studies