Universitas Negeri Surabaya (Unesa) will host the 3rd Social Sciences, Humanities and Education Conference, taking up a theme Revisiting Language, Culture, and Education after the Digital Turn. 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:
|Andrzej Cirocki, Ph.D.
Lecturer at the Department of Education, University of York, UK.
Andrzej Cirocki is an Associate Professor in the Department of Education in University of York, England. His research area is in Applied Linguistics, TESOL, and Language Teaching Programme. Moreover, he is also an editor in chief of the European Journal of Applied Linguistics and TEFL. He is interested in conducting research in the classroom by using qualitative and quantitative data. One of his latest books is Developing Learner Autonomy through Tasks: Theory, Research, Practice.
|Diane Butler, Ph.D.
International Foundation for Dharma Nature Time and Cultur Doctoral Program Study, Universitas Udayana, Indonesia
| Dr. Xiao Renfei
Central China Normal Univeristy, China. The Director of Confucius Institut Surabaya.
Call for Papers
Scope of Conference Topics
- Art-making in the 21st Century: Practices, Traditions, Futures
- Archiving Local Knowledges
- Cultural Policy and Community
- Film, Media and Cultural Change
- Gender and Religious Identity
- Language planning and language policy
- Curriculum, syllabus design and materials design
- Assessment and evaluation
- English for academic/specific purposes
- Teacher education and professional development
- Digital literacies/language learning and technology
- World Englishes/English as a lingua franca
- Identity and learner autonomy
- Discourse/genre analysis
- Creativity and critical literacies
- Economics and accounting
- Sport Education