Appel à communications : The 6th International Conference on Southeast Asia (ICONSEA 2015) “Integrating South Asia”, University of Malaya (Malaisie), 02-04/12/2015 — LIMITE :  01/07/2015

The conference is organized by the Department of Southeast Asian Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

  • Date: 2nd – 4th December 2015
  • Venue: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Theme: INTEGRATING SOUTHEAST ASIA

Integrating Southeast Asia presupposes an idealism of a united bloc of nation-states that celebrates a culturally – diverse community, ethnically mobile citizens, economically progressive markets and politically stable region founded on social constructs of consensus, harmony and peace. Southeast Asia is at present facing challenges and issues more than ever before. Is the common aspiration to establish an integrated Southeast Asia sustainable given the geopolitical forces at play, the intensifying effects of globalisation and the new wave of media technology, which, to a large extent, attempt to challenge the shared aspiration of a united and ‘integrated’ Southeast Asia? The potentiality of integration may sound rhetorical and imagined. Hence, delving into the nature, characteristics and implications that such unification brings within the global and regional contexts is most urgent and timely. The 6th International Conference on Southeast Asia aims to provide a platform to articulate these concerns and issues.

ICONSEA2015 invites academics, scholars, observers and experts to discuss, debate and examine various issues that promote or perhaps inhibit an Integrating Southeast Asia with the sub-themes as follows:

  • ASEAN, ASEAN Community
  • Ethnicity, Religion, Conflict and Peace
  • Mobility, Diaspora, Labour and Citizenship
  • Maritime Resources, Politics, Culture and Sustainability
  • Environment and Climate change
  • Crossborder communities, Security and Human trafficking
  • Culture, Multiculturalism, Transformation and Contestations
  • Power, Social Inequality and Exclusion
  • Power, State and Civil Society
  • Trade, Communities and Informal Economy
  • Refugees, Undocumented Peoples and Citizenship
  • Indigenous Peoples, Development Issues
  • Media, Gender and Youth
  • Language, Education and Societies
  • or any other appropriate sub-themes

SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS

Abstracts of papers should not be more than 250 words, in English or Bahasa Malaysia. Abstracts should be submitted to iconsea.um@gmail.com no later than  1 July 2015.

We also invite proposals for panel presentations.

SCHEDULE

  • Submission of abstracts – 1 July 2015.
  • Notice of acceptance – 31 August 2015.
  • Full papers for publication in ICONSEA Proceedings – 30 October 2015.

Registration Fees:

  • RM350/USD120 (Presenters/Participants)
  • RM150/USD80 (Students)

Please send payment to Bendahari Universiti Malaya 1440-000-4005053.

Recommended Hotel Accommodation:

  • Hilton Hotel, Petaling Jaya (www.hilton.com)
  • Pullman Kuala Lumpur Hotel (www.pullmankualalumpur.com)
  • Armada Hotel, Petaling Jaya (www.armada.com.my)
  • Crystal Crown Hotel, Petaling Jaya (www.crystalcrown.com.my/petaling-jaya)
  • Shah’s Village Hotel, Petaling Jaya (http://petalingjaya.shahsresorts.com)

CONTACT DETAILS:

Dr. Linda A. Lumayag (Chairman, Organising Committee)
Department of Southeast Asian Studies
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
University of Malaya
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Email: iconsea.um@gmail.com
Tel: 603-79675610
Fax: 603-79675461



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Chargé de diffusion scientifique (2015, 17 avril). Appel à communications : The 6th International Conference on Southeast Asia (ICONSEA 2015) “Integrating South Asia”, University of Malaya (Malaisie), 02-04/12/2015 — LIMITE :  01/07/2015. IISMM. Consulté le 3 mars 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/pzbz

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