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ICEHA 2023 - International Conference on Education Humanities & Asian Studies



VenueOnline, Thailand Thailand

KeywordsEducation; Humanities; Asian Studies


Topics/Call fo Papers

The Organizing Committee of ICEHA-2023 is calling for abstract submissions. To present your research at the conference your abstract must first pass double-blind peer review. We hope that the conference results constituted a significant contribution to the knowledge in these up-to-date Humanities & Asian Studies Research fields.
Scope & Benefits
Conferences opportunities to attend international conference and get certifications.
All interested parties (ATTENDEE) are FREE to participate in this conference.
All paper have Publication Opportunity in various indexed international Journals.
Partially funded opportunities are offered to eligible & selected papers to be published in SCOPUS | Elsevier | Web of Science & ESCI indexed International Journals.
One Best Presenter Award will be selected from each oral session. The Certificate for Best Presenter award will be awarded during the presentation session on Conference
Key Information
Important Dates
Location & Venue : Online
Conference Date : October 22, 2023
Abstract Submission Deadline : September 17, 2023
Authors Notification : After 5 days of Submission
Full paper Submission (Optional): Within 6 days After the Conference
*We strongly recommend early submissions to allow enough time for a review and feedback from the reviewing board.
Registration Fees for Presenter: FREE*
*Partially funded opportunities are offered for Publications, details will be given with the Abstract Acceptance.
PRESENTER (Live/Video): Presentation of your research is FREE; Presenter will get a certificate of Presentation.
LISTENER/ATTENDEE: All interested parties (ATTENDEE) are FREE to participate in this conference; Attendees can directly mail us to receive the Programme schedule & Registration Form.
Call for Abstract/Proposal
The Organising Committee welcomes Abstracts/Proposals from a wide variety of interdisciplinary and theoretical perspectives | and submissions are organised into the streams and substreams listed below:
Humanities: Media, Film Studies, Theatre, Communication | Aesthetics, Design | Language, Linguistics | Knowledge | Philosophy, Ethics, Consciousness | History, Historiography | Literature/Literary Studies | Political Science, Politics | Teaching and Learning | Globalisation | Ethnicity, Difference, Identity | Immigration, Refugees, Race, Nation | First Nations and Indigenous Peoples | Sexuality, Gender, Families | Religion, Spirituality | Cyberspace, Technology | Science, Environment and the Humanities | Other Humanities.
Asian Studies: Indian and South Asian Studies | South-East Asian Studies (including Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos) | Central Asian Studies | Chinese Studies | Japanese Studies | Korean Studies | Martial Studies/Martial Arts | Middle Eastern Studies (including Assyria, Iran, Egypt, Turkey) | Islamic Studies | Hebrew and Judaic Studies | Comparative Studies of Asian and East Asian Studies.
Education: Theory of Education | Assertive and Assistive Educational Technology | Comparative Education | Counseling | Cultural Literacy | Curriculum Studies | Distance Education | Early Education | Educational Change | Educational Policy | Planning and Practice | Educational Psychology | Education and Public Policy | Educational Research and Statistics | E-learning, Health Education | Tertiary Education | Innovative Education | Information & Library Science | International Exchange Programs | Language Education | Liberal Education | Mathematics Education | Medical Education | Physical Education | Science Education | Secondary Education | Special Education and Technology Education.
Social Sciences: Refugees | Globalization | American Studies | African Studies | Asian Studies | European Studies | Middle Eastern Studies | Public Administration | Public Economics & Finance | Public Relations | Public Responsibility & Ethics | Regional Studies | Development Planning & Policy | Educational Management Planning | Philosophy | History | Politics | Taxation | Religion | Law | Sociology | Geography | Anthropology | Psychology | Demography | Social Work | Education | Youth Studies | Gender & Woman Studies | Culture | Language Studies | Literature | Migration | Terrorism | Urbanization | Colonialism & Post-Colonialism | Citizenship & Nationalism | E-society | Social & Civil Services | Racism & Ethnicism | Pension & Social Security | International Relations | Creative Arts | Adult Education | Democracy | Armed Forces | Peace & Conflict | Human Rights | Dramatic Arts | Special Education | Ceramics | Jewellery Design | Graphics | Crime | Tile Art | Painting Arts | Handcrafts | Media & Communications | Public Policy | Distance Education | Humanitarian Affairs | Budgeting & Finance | Power & Identity.
NOTE: The above subthemes are indicative and not exhaustive. Scholars can formulate a more comprehensive and relevant theme within the framework.
Submission Guidelines
Authors are invited to submit Abstract/Proposals via Mail [] by September 17, 2023.
Online Abstract Submission :
Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this conference.
Submit Your Abstract:
Title: Abstract title can contain a maximum of 100 characters. Only first letter will be uppercase; the rest of the title will be lowercase.
Author(s): First and last names, institutions, and e-mail addresses of the authors must be fully indicated correctly and in the right order.
Institution(s): The institution(s) of the authors should be indicated fully with the department and institution names while avoiding any abbreviations such as Dept., Inst., Hosp., etc. The institution and city should be written in lower case while the initials of each word are written in capitals (e.g. The Hospital for Children).
Email ID(s): Institutional email & Alternative email id (Yahoo, Outlook, Gmail) of Corresponding author.
Abstract text: Abstract text should not exceed 400 characters. The title of the abstract, authors' names, institutions and key words are not included in this limit.
Keywords: At least 3 keywords should be included in the section dedicated for keywords. Maximum 8 keywords can be provided. All keywords should be written in lower case.
Proceedings Publications: The soft copy of the proceedings will be available on Journal web pages with DOI.
Full Paper Publications: Authors can Submit full paper for publication in various journal (Google Scholar, DOAJ, Scopus, Web of Science).
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