This collection contains selected papers from the 2nd Annual International Conference on Humanitarian Sciences (AICHS, 2019), held in Fallujah, Iraq, March 4-5, 2020. This event was hosted by the University of Fallujah.
Titled ‘Fallujah During Ottoman & the Iraqi Monarchy Eras’, this conference was based around the theme of the city itself, exploring both its rich historical and cultural symbolism and the political, philosophical and scientific contributions of eminent citizens.
This collection contains 42 peer-reviewed papers on a range of topics including the city’s religious schools and scholarship, ancient peoples and trade routes, architecture and infrastructure, and political and military developments under the rule of both the Ottoman Empire and Iraqi monarchy.
These papers will be of interest to academics, students and professionals researching or working on all aspects of Fallujah’s history in particular, as well as Iraq’s politics, religion and culture more generally.
Although established comparatively recently, the University of Fallujah is an active participant in the international academic community, fostering scholarly discussing and debate through a series of regional conferences.
Conference date: 4–5 March 2020
Location: Fallujah, Iraq
Chief Academic Editor: Prof. Sabah Ibrahim Hammadi, University President
Organizer: University of Fallujah
Sponsor: Sunni Endowment Office, Al Anbar Governorate
Published: 14 June 2020
The 3rd International Research Conference on Economics and Business (IRCEB) was hosted at the Universitas Negeri Malang, 22nd–23rd October 2019. The theme for this event was “Developing Competitiveness to Maintain Sustainability Economy in Digital Era.” This event was designed to present and promote new advances and research results in the fields of theoretical, experimental, and applied Business and Economics Research, bringing together leading researchers, scientists, and students from around the world. This collection contains a wide range of papers covering a number of topics, including entrepreneurship, management, international business, human resources, finance, banking, accounting, economics, leadership, logistics, supply chains, hospitality, tourism, communication, society, quality management, economic development and Sharia economics. The four keynote speakers to the conference were Dr Rer Pol. Moises Neil V. Serino (Visayas States University), Dr Mohd. Rizal Palil (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia), Prof. Christine Helliar (University of South Australia), and Dr Bambang Sugeng., MA., MM., Ak (Universitas Negeri Malang).
Conference date: 22–23 October 2019
Location: Atria Hotel & Conference, Malang, Indonesia
Chief Academic Editor: Dr Grisvia Agustin, S.E., M.Sc.
Organizer: Universitas Negeri Malang (UM)
Published: 23 April 2020
The International Conference on Economics, Business and Economic Education (ICE-BEES) 2019 was organized by the Faculty of Economics, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Indonesia in collaboration with University Teknologi MARA Malaysia and Diponegoro University. The conference was held on 30th and 31st July 2019 in Semarang City, Central Java Province, Indonesia. The theme of the conference was: “Embracing economics, education and environment through sustainable innovation in the IR 4.0.” The conference provided an opportunity to researchers, students, government officials, and professionals to share their research with a broader community and get a better understanding on the current state of research or ideas in the field of economics, business and economic education with an expectation to develop a strong network for researchers in same interests or fields and to act as a medium for new or young researchers to establish a strong relationship with experienced researchers. In this conference, all levels of university students were given an opportunity to present their final or current work and receive friendly feedback from academics and peers.
Conference date: 30–31 July 2019
Location: Semarang, Indonesia
Chief Academic Editor: Indah Fajarini Sri Wahyuningrum, PhD
Organizers: Faculty of Economics, Universitas Negeri Semarang
Published: 23 March 2020
The conference was organised by the Department of Cultural Studies and Socio-Cultural Activities (Ural Institute of Humanities of the Ural Federal University) and the Ural Branch of Russian Research and Educational Society of Cultural Studies with an aim of bringing together scholars from Russia, Belarus, Hungary, Kazakhstan, China, Columbia, and Mexico. This wide geographical and disciplinary diversity allowed it to establish a multicultural and interdisciplinary dialogue on the proposed range of topics. The conference papers reflect this diversity: they discuss both historical and current approaches to cultural research and explore a wide range of approaches to the analysis, exploration, and research in cultural phenomena, as well as the practical-oriented research and recommendations in fields such as art, education, and socio-cultural activities. The materials of the conference will be of interest to the scholars working in cultural research, art history, sociology and philosophy of culture, as well as for the practicing professionals in education and socio-cultural field and for the wider audience interested in these issues.
Conference topics: The new horizons of cultural research; the transformation of cultural values under the conditions of the information age; the challenges of digital technologies in the sphere of culture and education; cultural dialogues and polylogues in history and in present era; the new types of sociocultural activity and their practical implementation; the new forms of education required in Russia under the current conditions of sociocultural modernization; urban cultural space and its development.
Conference date: 26–27 April 2019
Location: Yekaterinburg, Russia
Chief Academic Editor: Natalia Kirillova
Organizers: Department of Cultural Studies and Socio-Cultural Activities (Ural Institute of Humanities of the Ural Federal University) and the Ural Branch of Russian Research and Educational Society of Cultural Studies
Sponsor: Ural Institute of Humanities
Published: 3 March 2020
International Seminar on Language, Education, and Culture (ISoLEC) is held annually and sponsored by the Faculty of Letters, Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia. This seminar was initiated by four of five departments—English, Arabic, German, and Art Design—existing in the Faculty of Letters. It aims at improving the number of publication by lecturers and researchers, from within the Universitas Negeri Malang or without, domestic and abroad alike. The seminar was first launched in 2017, and will periodically be held on an annual basis in years to come. The seminar invites papers resulted from any studies conducted in the field of language, education, and culture in the broadest sense in order to assemble all of those who share the same academic interest and to disseminate the most recent research findings applicable to the learning process in the university and is able to affect social transformation and policy change with regard to the fields concerned. The specific theme addressed in each seminar is determined based on the need and recent development relevant to issues of language, education, and culture. International prominent scholars and researchers are invited to give keynote speeches that will spark further studies in the related fields. Papers submitted to the seminar are peer-reviewed by a number of international reputable scholars and researchers to guarantee not only quality but also recentness of topics being discussed as to catch up with the latest academic development related to language, education, and culture. In the end, the seminar wish that all works collected and published will serve as one of the references that scholars and researchers can use to conduct their future research so that they are able to offer both theoretical and practical contribution to the more respected academic discourse, social transformation, and policy change in terms of language, education, and culture not only in Indonesia, but also at the international level.
Conference date: 14-15 September 2019
Location: Mahameru Convention Hall, Aria Gajayana Hotel, Malang, Indonesia
Chief Academic Editor: Utami Widiati, Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia
Organizer & Sponsor: Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia, Fakultas Sastra, Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia
Published: 25 February 2020
The 6th ICOEN 2019 was held to answer the dynamics, opportunities, and challenges in creating entrepreneurs. This conference is a part of a series of ICOEN annual seminars that have been held five times in Indonesia and Timor Leste. The theme of the conference was to promote entrepreneurship concerning economic, industrial, and business developments. Thus, the theme is “Creating Entrepreneur with Innovation Capability to Generate Value.” The 6th ICOEN had international speakers from four different countries who are experts in the field of entrepreneurship education, small and medium industries, the psychology of entrepreneurship, and entrepreneur. Based on their academic reputation, these experts have been published in various reputable international journals. Besides, the conference also targetted professionals, entrepreneurs, academics, researchers, students, and those who are interested in entrepreneurship. The participants were updated on the various latest issues of entrepreneurship through a discussion of participants’ published articles. The conference also intended to be a place for expanding networks of academics and researchers internationally and act as a bridge in publishing research on entrepreneurship midwives into reputable proceedings and journals.
Conference date: 28 August 2019
Location: Universitas Ciputra Surabaya, Indonesia
Chief Academic Editor: Dr. Christian Herdinata, S.E., M.M., CFP, QWP, AEEP
Organizer & Sponsor: Universitas Ciputra Surabaya
Published: 6 February 2020
The IV International Scientific Conference, “Communication Trends in the Post-literacy Era: Multilingualism, Multimodality, Multiculturalism” was held at the Ural Institute of Humanities of UrFU on November 8–9, 2019. The conference was organized by the research group “Multilingualism in the Post-literacy Era,” the Confucius Institute in UrFU, the Cambridge Center in UrFU, and the Ural State Pedagogical University. The conference brought together scientists from different countries, such as Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Kazakhstan, China, and Russia, to discuss the problems relating to communication in different languages, texts, and media of different generations in a super-diverse culture. Plenary presentations were made by Sarka Sladovnikova (Czech Republic – Telecollaborative Language Learning), Monika Kavalir (Slovenia – Indirect literary Translation and intercultural Communication: Crossing borders in the Neighbors with a Go-Between project), Domenika Zakrzewska-Olędzka (Poland – Multilingualism in the Verbal and Non-verbal dimension as a Key Element in the Development of Intercultural Dialogue and International Cooperation), Krzysztof Sawicki (Poland – Minors, Juveniles or Just Kids? The Analysis of the Contemporary Educational Discourse on Children from Attendance centers in Culturally Diverse Societies), Urszula Markowska-Manista (Poland – Multilingualism in the Upbringing and Education of Children in Culturally Diverse Societies), Anna Gurariy (Yekaterinburg, UrFU – Speech Behavior and Multimodality in Online Communication among Teenagers), Nataša Pirih Svetina (Slovenia – Current Trends in the Process of Internationalization of Higher education in Slovenia with a Special focus on The Integration of International Students in the Study Process — Some Cultural and Language issues).
Conference date: 8–9 November 2019
Location: Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation
Chief Academic Editors: Gudova Margarita and Guzikova Maria
Organizer: Ural Federal University, named after the first President of Russia – B.N. Yeltsin
Published: 30 January 2020
The economic and social changes in recent years are reflected in the topics of the annual conference, “Economies of the Balkan and Eastern European Countries” (EBEEC). The issues of the economic crisis, along with its effects on the European economies and societies, especially in the Southeastern Europe, and the problems in the banking sector as well as in the sphere of finance are the main concerns of the scientists who participate in the conference and wish to express their views on these issues. EBEEC has managed to establish itself as a major scientific event in the academia of the broader region covered by the scope of the conference, and it is an essential forum for discussing the economic and social developments in Southeastern Europe. The conference has become a benchmark for any scientist who wants to keep in track with economic developments in the region, to form an opinion about current scientific knowledge, and also to get insight into the policies implemented or those that should be applied to improve the economic conditions in individual economies. More than 150 papers were presented in EBEEC 2019 in Bucharest, Romania from several countries. The papers published in this volume have been chosen by the scientific committee of the conference and a blind review process was followed. Macroeconomics, econometrics, finance, banking, accounting, marketing, management, and information systems are a few topics of the papers included in this volume.
Conference date: 10–12 May 2019
Location: Bucharest, Romania
Editors: Persefoni Polychronidou (International Hellenic University, Greece), Alexandra Horobet (Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania), Anastasios Karasavvoglou (International Hellenic University, Greece)
Organizers: International Hellenic University – Department of Accounting and Finance, Greece; Faculty of International Business and Economics – The Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania; Center of Research in International Business and Economics – The Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania; Romanian Academy – Institute for Economic Forecasting, Romania; Romanian Academy – Center for Financial and Monetary Research "Victor Slavescu," Romania
Published: 13 January 2020
Indexing: EBEEC Conference Proceedings are indexed in Web of Science (by Clarivate Analytics, formerly Thomson Reuters and ISI).
Boundaries in architecture become increasingly apparent when working in an international context. Boundaries can mean geographical borders or physical territories but also can refer to social, cultural and professional differences. Architectural practitioners working in an international or global context often find that while the projects are international, regulation and professional practice methods and procedures remain at the national level. The aim of this conference was to bring together practitioners, academics and professional bodies from across China and all over the world to discuss the key issues, challenges/opportunities, surrounding architectural practice in the global context and showcase the innovative and best practice methods architects develop. It was expected to build a platform to share knowledge and foster collaborations in order to develop research links and practice collaborations between professional bodies, academia, and industry. The conference consisted of panel presentations, round table discussions, workshops and keynote speeches of leading practitioners and theorists, and a poster exhibition. Attendees from 15 different countries represented around 30 institutions worldwide.
Conference themes: Trans-national Architecture: Global Practice in the Local Context, Architecture across Cultures: Making, Representation, and Material, Education and Professional Practice across Borders, and Future Cities, Sustainability, Workflows, BIM.
The scientific committee of the conference comprised of academics from 10 different universities in Asia, Europe, and America. All contributions published in the conference proceedings underwent a double-blind peer review in two stages.
Keynote speakers: Keith Griffiths (Chairman and Global Design Principal, Aedas), Rajeev Kathpalia (Vastu Shilpa Consultants), Dr. Charlie Xue (City University of Hong Kong), Prof. Flora Samuel (University of Reading , Vice President for Research, Riba), Alan M Jones (President-Elect of the RIBA), and Binke Lenhardt (Architect, Partner and Cofounder of Crossboundaries)
Conference date: 19–21 June 2019
Location: Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Suzhou, China
Chief Academic Editor: Teresa Hoskyns
Organizer: Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, University of Liverpool
Sponsors: RIBA – Royal Institute of Chartered Architects
Published: 19 November 2019
Indexing: International Conference: Architecture Across Boundaries is indexed in Web of Science (by Clarivate Analytics, formerly Thomson Reuters and ISI).
The International Conference on Economics, Management, and Accounting (ICEMA) 2019 is the first international conference organized by the Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Muhammadiyah Jakarta, Indonesia. The theme of the conference was “Cooperation in Digital Era: Bridging the Integrity, Creativity, Sustainability, and Spirituality.” The conference was aimed to provide an opportunity for researchers, students, government officials, and professionals to share their research in a broader community and to get a better understanding of the current state of research or ideas in the field of economics, management, and accounting. This conference is expected to develop a strong network for researchers in the same interests or fields. This conference acted as a medium for new and young researchers to establish a strong relationship with their experienced counterparts. The ICEMA had three main activities: workshop on research methodology, seminar, and call for papers.
Conference date: 20–21 August 2019
Location: Swiss-belHotel Serpong, Tangerang Selatan, Indonesia
Chief Academic Editor: Dr. Eva Herianti
Organizer: Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Muhammadiyah Jakarta
Sponsors: Bank Syariah Mandiri, BNI Syariah, Bank Mega Syariah, PT Elang Mas Indo Cipta, KAP Adrian, Luqman, Sarifuddin, and Zulbadri
Published: 17 October 2019