Conferences

[cycloneslider id=”2014-issue-9-5-featured-um-conference”] The 11th International conference on Japanese language education October 11th – October 12th, 2014 Centre for Social Science, Universiti Malaya The JFKL conference on Japanese Language education and Urawa teacher training program reports was initiated in 2004 to provide support for research and development of the Japanese language in Malaysia. In addition, the conference has aimed to provide opportunities for teachers sharing common interests to build networks among themselves. Since then, the conference has occurred annually, and has attracted increasing numbers of participants. In the year 2010, the JFKLRead More
ICON-Imad IV 19, 20, and 21 September, 2014 Klana Beach Resort Port Dickson (Baitul Hilal Complex)  [cycloneslider id=”issue-8-featured-conference”] The Malay world has presented its rich cultural heritage, while contributing much to the development of global civilization. However, much of this heritage remains unknown, largely influenced by the lack of research displayed at the international level. Civilizational contributions emerge from various factors, such as scientific, cultural, commercial, cultural heritage, life in general, and values ​​and norms of society. To celebrate this rich cultural heritage, the Academy of Islamic Studies, at University of Malaya,Read More
[cycloneslider id=”2014-sep-featured-conference”] .. International Quranic conference 2014 (MUQADDAS IV) 14th & 15th April 2014 University of Malaya The 4th Annual International Qur’anic Conference, 2014 was successfully held by the Centre of Qur’anic Research (CQR), UM, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on the 14th-15th April, 2014. About 239 presenters participated in the conference from 17 different countries: Malaysia, Jordan, UAE, Indonesia, Brunei, Algeria, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Iraq, Qatar, Libya, Egypt, Morocco, Nigeria, Kuwait, Bangladesh and Yemen. Research papers were delivered in the conference in three languages: Arabic, Malay and English. MUQADDAS IV was held successfully andRead More

Posted On June 30, 2014By thanhnhan.huynhle@gmail.comIn 2014I4juneHEADLINE

Featured conference
– ICONSEA 2013

Posted On June 12, 2014By thanhnhan.huynhle@gmail.comIn 2014Issue3May, Humanities, Political Science

Featured conference
– Malaysia-Indonesia

[cycloneslider id=”malaysia-indonesia-conference”] .. 7th International conference on Malaysia-Indonesia relations 2013 The International Conference in Malaysia – Indonesia Relations was held for the first time on the 7th – 20th July 2007 at the University of Malaya with the theme “50 years of Independence: Malaysia – Indonesia Relations”. The conference successfully became a platform for 300 participants from Malaysia and Indonesia with 70 presenters coming from the University of Malaya, University of Indonesia, Gadjah Mada University, Andalas University, Padjadjaran University, Udayana University, and Hasanuddin University. On the last day, a consensus was reachedRead More
The Fifth International Conference on Southeast Asia – ICONSEA 2013 Conference theme – Southeast Asia rising The Fifth International Conference on Southeast Asia (ICONSEA 2013) was held from the 11th to the 13th of December, 2013 under the direction of The Department of Southeast Asian Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya. Objectives of ICONSEA 2013 To create awareness of the challenges of regional as well as global contemporary issues facing Southeast Asian countries today To promote Southeast Asia as a region of diverse political, economic, cultural and socialRead More

Posted On April 12, 2014By thanhnhan.huynhle@gmail.comIn 2014Issue2April, Humanities

Featured conference
– AADUN-AFRASO

    [cycloneslider id=”aadun-afraso”]  .. 1st INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF AFRICA-ASIA DEVELOPMENT UNIVERSITY NETWORK – AFRICA’S ASIAN OPTIONS (AADUN-AFRASO) 2014 11 – 13 March 2014 Crystal Crown Hotel, Petaling Jaya Organised by:  Africa-Asia Development University Network (AADUN) and the Centre for Civilisational Dialogue, the University of Malaya. The relationship between Asia and Africa has in recent years assumedan unprecedented significance in the political and economic as well as in the social and cultural spheres. The bonds between the two continents are projected to grow even stronger and have a decisive impact onRead More

Posted On March 12, 2014By thanhnhan.huynhle@gmail.comIn 2014Issue1March, Humanities

Featured conference
– ESEA 2013

[cycloneslider id=”esea”] ..   17th English in Southeast Asia conference The 17th English in Southeast Asia conference was held at the Research Management and Innovation Complex at the University of Malaya on 5-7 December 2013. The conference which is usually hosted in rotation by 9 countries (Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei,  Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand) has created a strong network of scholars in the field since it first began in 1997. The importance of research and collaboration in the field has been spurred by the growth of EnglishRead More