This year’s conference will have two main components

1. Organized research/affiliation clusters

This group of papers will be screened and scheduled via cluster coordinators. An abstract of no more than 150 words can be submitted directly to the following research cluster coordinators:


Cluster theme/title



Decolonising Southeast Asia’s Past:
Archaeology, History of Art,
and National Boundaries

Asst.Prof.Pipad Krajaejun

Udomluck Hoontrakul

Indonesian Language,
Culture in Southeast Asia

Dr.Hamam Supriyadi

Research and Practice in
Korean Language Teaching

Dr.Kornnapha Boonmalerd

2. Open papers related to the theme/sub-themes

This group of papers will be screened and scheduled following a regular conference screening process. Topics include (but not limited to)

  • Area and regional studies

  • Arts, culture, literature, and literary studies

  • Bilingualism, multilingualism

  • Digital humanities

  • Educational policies/ Language learning and teaching

  • Geographical or climate issues

  • Global issues and global citizenship

  • Intercultural Communication

  • Linguistics and Applied Linguistics

  • Philosophy and religions