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The 2nd International Conference on Social, Politics and Humanities (ICoSoPH)

hosted by Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Bangka Belitung, it is an annual International Conference on Social, Political, and Humanities held to gather researchers, practitioners, and students to identify and share various issues in Social, Political, and Humanities

  • 2nd International Conference on Social, Politics, and Humanities 2021

    October 14, 2021 – October 15, 2021

     


    2nd International Conference on Social, Politics, and Humanities 2021

    (The 2nd ICoSoPH 2021)

    Virtual Conference

    Hosted by Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Bangka Belitung, it is an annual International Conference on Social, Political, and Humanities held to gather researchers, practitioners, and student to identify and share various issues in Social, Political, and Humanities.


    THEME OF STUDY

    Delivering Research Trends on Social, Politics, and Humanities in the Light of New Normal

    The topics of the papers should be related to the following sub-themes. However, the topics need not be confined to the suggested sub-themes:

    1. Language  and Negotiation of Identities
    2. Gender, Race and Symbolic Boundaries: Contested Spaces of Identity
    3. The Impact of the Family Environment on the Ethnic Identity
    4. Indigenous people, minorities and languages
    5. Ethnicity, diversity and identity
    6. Language, culture and translation
    7. Indigenous culture and language preservation
    8. The Poetics of National and Racial Identity in Literature
    9. Gendered Fictions of Nation and Transnation
    10. Identity and Voice in Women's Writing
    11. The Problematics of Identity in Diaspora Literature
    12. Creating Identity in Children's Literature
    13. Place, Language, and Identity in Literature
    14. Race, Ethnicity & Politics
    15. Race and Class in Political Science
    16. Race, Ethnicity, and Gender
    17. Ethnic Conflict and Globalization
    18. Modern World-Systems and the Struggle for Identity
    19. Ethnicity and identity politics
    20. Ethnic Identity and Conflict : The Historical Perspective
    21. Cultures and Ethnic Groups
    22. Ethnic Cleansing
    23. Ethnocentrism
    24. Ethnic Conflict
    25. Ethnohistory
    26. Ethnopsychology
    27. Multiculturalism
    28. Identity, Ethnicity, Culture, and Race
    29. Theories of Ethnicity
    30. Cultural Psychology
    31. Religious Studies
    32. From Gay and Lesbian to Queer
    33. Race, Ethnicity, and Multiculturalism
    34. Law and Law Reinforcement
    35. Translations Studies

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THE CONFERENCE

    KEYNOTE SPEAKER :
    Assoc. Prof. Dr. habil. Anna Kérchy
    University of SzegedHungary



    Prof. Bustami Rahman
    Universitas Bangka BelitungIndonesia
    FEATURED SPEAKER -

    *The parallel paper presenters will be given 20 minutes to present their papers and following there will be a Q and A session. LCD projector facility will be provided for power point presentations


    REGISTRATION FEES

    CATEGORY PRICE
    Presenter IDR 300,000
    US$ 30
    Participant IDR 50,000
    US$ 10

     

    Payment should be made via bank transfer to the following:

    Name of Bank

    Bank Central Asia/BCA

    Account number

    8691269787

    Name of Account Holder

    Bob Morison Sigalingging

    SWIFT Code/BIS

    CENAIDJA


    Payment confirmation:

    Mr. Bob Morison Sigalingging

    +6285292008241


    CONFERENCE DATE : 14th -15th of October, 2021
    ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE
    : 18th of June, 2021
    NOTIFICATION OF SUBMISSION ACCEPTANCE :
    2nd of July, 2021
    FULL PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE :
    6th of August, 2021
    REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT DEADLINE :
    30th of September, 2021

    Committee:

    Head of Organizing Committee
    Bob Morison Sigalingging, M.Hum
    Universitas Bangka Belitung - Indonesia


    Scientific Committee

    1. Prof. Bustami Rahman, M.Sc., Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Bangka Belitung, Indonesia
    2. Kazuyo Futaesaku, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University, Japan
    3. Dr. Ibrahim, M.Si., Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Bangka Belitung, Indonesia
    4. Anggaunita Kiranantika, M.Sosio., Department of Women Studies, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea
    5. Dr. Nizwan Zukhri, M.M., Faculty of Economics, Universitas Bangka Belitung, Indonesia
    6. Dr. Agustinus Gergorius Raja Dasion, M.A., Akademi Pekerjaan Sosial Kupang, Indonesia
    7. Dr. Sri Rahayu, M.H., Faculty of Law, Universitas Bangka Belitung, Indonesia
    8. Dewi Cahyani Puspitasari, M.A., Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia
    9. Dr. Dwi Haryadi, M.H., Faculty of Law, Universitas Bangka Belitung, Indonesia
    10. Dr. Diana Anggraeni, M.Hum., Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Bangka Belitung, Indonesia
    11. Sujadmi, M.A., Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Bangka Belitung, Indonesia

    2nd International Conference on Social, Politics, and Humanities 2021 (The 2nd ICoSoPH 2021)

    Virtual Conference

The 1st International Conference on Social, Politics, and Humanities (ICoSoPH)


INTRODUCTION

This is the first International conference held at the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Bangka Belitung (FISIP UBB). The conference is based on the collaboration of FISIP UBB with the Department of Political Science, Department of Social Science, Department of English Literature, and One Asia Foundation. The Conference will be held on 30th-31st October 2020 in Soll Marina Hotel Bangka Belitung


THEME

Sociology, Politics and Humanities


SUB-THEMES
  • Multiculturalism
  • Identity
  • Language Studies
  • Social Studies
  • International Relations
  • Governance
  • Public Policy
  • Religious Studies
  • Management and Resolution Conflict
  • Law & Law Reinforcement
  • Literature
  • Environmental Development
  • Tourism
  • Anthropology
  • Asian Communities

  • The 2nd International Conference on Social, Politics and Humanities ICOSOPH

    October 31, 2020 – October 31, 2020


    This is the first International conference held at the Faculty of Social and Political Science, Universitas Bangka Belitung (FISIP UBB). The conference is based on the collaboration of FISIP UBB with the Department of Political Science, Department of Sociology, Department of English Literature, and One Asia Foundation. The main scope and focus of the conference are Sociology, Politics, and Humanities. The culture of Asia encompasses the collective and diverse customs and traditions of literature, social, politics, law and religion that have been practiced and maintained by the numerous ethnic groups of the continent of Asia since prehistory. Identification of a specific culture of Asia or universal elements among the colossal diversity that has emanated from multiple cultural spheres and three of the four ancient River valley civilizations is complicated. However, the continent is commonly divided into six geographic sub-regions that are characterized by perceivable commonalities, like religion, language and relative ethnic homogeneity. As the largest, most populous continent and rich in resources, Asia is home to several of the world's oldest civilizations that produced the majority of the great religious systems, the oldest known recorded myths and codices on ethics and morality.


    The topics of the papers should be related to the following sub-themes. However, the topics need not be confined to the suggested sub-themes:

    1. Gender, Race and Symbolic Boundaries: Contested Spaces of Identity
    2. The Impact of the Family Environment on the Ethnic Identity
    3. Indigenous peoples, minorities
    4. Ethnicity, diversity and identity
    5. Indigenous communities
    6. The Problematics of Identity
    7. Race and Class
    8. Race, Ethnicity, and Gender
    9. Theories of Ethnicity
    10. Ethnocentrism and Ethno history
    11. Ethno psychology

    1. Race, Ethnicity & Politics
    2. Liberalism and Identity Politics
    3. Ethnic Identity and Conflict : The Historical Perspective
    4. Ethnic Conflict
    5. Identity, Ethnicity, Culture, and Race
    6. Contemporary philosophical engagement with identity politics
    7. Politics of Ecology
    8. Political Economy
    9. Race and Class in Political Science
    10. Ethnic Conflict and Globalization
    11. Modern World-Systems and the Struggle for Identity
    12. Law and Law Enforcement

    1. Language studies and Negotiation of Identities
    2. Linguistics
    3. Literature
    4. Translation and Interpreting
    5. Indigenous Culture and Language Preservation
    6. The Poetics of National and Racial Identity in Literature
    7. Gendered Fictions of Nation and Transnation
    8. Identity and Voice in Women's Writing
    9. Cultures and Ethnic Groups
    10. Multiculturalism
    11. From Gay and Lesbian to Queer
    12. English for Education
    13. The Problematics of Identity in Diaspora Literature
    14. Creating Identity in Children's Literature
    15. Place, Language, and Identity in Literature


    *The parallel paper presenters will be given 20 minutes to present their papers and following there will be a Q and A session. All Presentations will be conducted via ZOOM Meeting

    CATEGORY EARLY BIRD
    (Before 1st October 2020)
    NORMAL PRICE
    After 1st October-11th October 2020)
    Local Presenter IDR 300,000 IDR 350,000
    International Presenter US$ 30 US$ 40
    Local Participant IDR 20,000 IDR 30,000
    International Participant US$ 4 US$ 6

    *The Registration fee for presenter includes e-certificate, abstract e-book, and e-Proceedings. Details of the process of Registration and mode of payment will be intimated by 25 September, 2020 to those whose abstracts are selected for presentation. The Registration fee for participant includes e-certificate and abstract e-book. Details of the process of Registration and mode of payment will be intimated by 11th of October, 2020.

    **PAYMENT

    Payment is made to the following bank account:

    Bank Name: BRI (Bank Rakyat Indonesia)

    Name: Herland Franley Manalu

    Account Number: 0063 01 062852 504

    Please email proof of your payment to herland-fm@ubb.ac.id


    CONFERENCE DATE :31st of October, 2020
    ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE
    :30th of September, 2020
    NOTIFICATION OF SUBMISSION ACCEPTANCE :
    03rd October, 2020

    1. Gender, Race and Symbolic Boundaries: Contested Spaces of Identity

    2. The Impact of the Family Environment on the Ethnic Identity

    3. Indigenous peoples, minorities

    4. Ethnicity, diversity and identity

    5. Indigenous communities

    6. The Problematics of Identity

    7. Race and Class

    8. Race, Ethnicity, and Gender

    9. Theories of Ethnicity

    10. Ethnocentrism and Ethno history

    11. Ethno psychology


    Submit your papers to conference@icosoph.ubb.ac.id and conference.icosoph@gmail.com. All accepted articles will be published in the ISBN Proceedings. The authors must use the Ms. Word template available at icosoph.ubb.ac.id. The authors may choose other alternatives to publish their articles in the special journals provided in the table provided below. Selected papers will have the opportunities to publish in DIKTI, DOAJ and Scopus indexed journals (Additional charges apply for publishing in the special journals).