The 3rd International Conference on Cultural Studies and Applied Linguistics (The 3rd ICCSAL)

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The 3rd International Conference on Cultural Studies and Applied Linguistics (The 3rd ICCSAL)

Universitas Negeri Surabaya (Online)

Surabaya, ID

September 10, 2022 – September 10, 2022

Universitas Negeri Surabaya (Unesa) will host The 3rd International Conference on Cultural Studies and Applied Linguistics (The 3rd ICCSAL), formerly known as the Social Sciences, Humanities and Education Conference (SoSHEC), taking up a theme Critical Issues in Languages, Arts, Cultures, and Social Sciences: Direction, Policy, and Practice on Post Pandemic Era. 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 cultural studies and applied linguistics. This conference will feature an online plenary and individual sessions which address a wide range of topics within the fields.

CALL FOR PAPERS

Invitation for a full paper submission will be closed on July 8, 2022 and notification of full paper acceptance for presentation will be announced on July 22, 2022. The full paper revision must be submitted by August 19, 2022 and full paper camera ready will be announced on August 26, 2022. The conference will be held online. The paper is written in academic English. The paper should include the purpose of study, methodology, results, discussion and implication. Abstract should be between 150-200 words long. The full paper should follow the template (download here) and must be between 4-6 pages long. For further information about OCS registration and paper submission, see OCS Guideline

 

SCOPE OF CONFERENCE TOPICS

1.   Archiving local knowledge
2.   Reflective practice in art making proses
3.   Cultural policy and community
4.   Film, media, and cultural transformation
5.   Critical literacy and transformative social practice
6.   Gender and religious identity
7.   Indigenous studies
8.   Discourse analysis
9.   Corpus linguistics
10. Translation studies
11. Language ideology
12. Innovation in language teaching and learning
13. Equity-based language planning and language policy
14. Reflective practice in assessment and evaluation
15. Culturally responsive and anti-biased education

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

1. Prof. Dr. Yahya Bin Don, Universiti Utara Malaysia


Prof. Dr. Yahya Bin Don is the dean of School Education and Modern Languages at Universiti Utara Malaysia. His area of expertises cover Education Policy, Management and Educational Psychology, Social and Community Psychology. He has been publishing some research in the fields of School Management Policy & Educational Leadership Managerial and Social Psychology.

 

2. Prof. Dr. Arndt Graf, Goethe University of Frankfurt