April 4, 2022
|Abstract Submission Deadline|
July 3, 2022
|Abstract Acceptance Deadline|
July 6, 2022
|Deadline for Registration Payment|
July 27, 2022
|Deadline for PPT Upload|
July 27, 2022
August 3, 2022
|Deadline for Full-Paper Submission|
August 10, 2022
|Deadline for Publication Payment|
August 10, 2022
|Results of Paper Review|
August 25, 2022
|Deadline for Paper Revision Submission |
September 8, 2022
Yayat Sudaryat is a professor at the Sundanese Language and Culture Education Study Program, Faculty of Language and Literature Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia. He holds a bachelor degree in Sundanese Language and Literature Education from FPBS IKIP Bandung, a master degree in Humanities, Literature-Linguistic Sciences from Padjadjaran University, and a doctoral degree in Linguistics from Padjadjaran University, and in Indonesian Language Education from Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia. He is the author of a number of linguistic books, especially Sundanese linguistics, such as Sundanese Ethnolinguistics and Sundanese Lexicosemantics, and several Sundanese textbooks for elementary schools, junior high schools, and high schools.
Bio-sketch: Prof. Julian Millie
Julian’s doctoral dissertation, submitted to Leiden University (the Netherlands) in 2005, was based on fourteen months attending an Islamic intercession ritual practiced by the Sundanese people of West Java. Since then, his primary research focus has been the political and social meanings of Islamic practice in Indonesia, with special attention to preaching.
His most recent single-authored book is Hearing Allah’s Call: Preaching and performance in Indonesian Islam (Cornell University 2017). His most recent article is 2021 "Men’s politics, women’s piety: the gendered asymmetry of Indonesia’s new public Islams" (The Australian Journal of Anthropology 2021, vol. 32).
Julian is the Professor of Indonesian Studies at Monash University. In 2021 he was elected into the Australian Academy of the Humanities.
Kimura Toshiaki is a vice dean at Graduate School of Arts and Letters of Tohoku University, Japan. He also has been invited as a guest lecturer in Gajah Mada University and University of North Sumarta, Indonesia. A book he published is entitled Stratification in Cultural Context (2013) published by Trans Pacific Press in Australia. He also has a range of academic publications, including Rebellious myth, or rebellion against myths; Dynamics of Religions in Post Disaster Societies (2017) and Epidemics and Religious Culture in Japan, [The Role of International Collaboration and Culture regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic (2020).
Ida Widia is an associate professor at the Indonesian Language and Literature Education Study Program, Faculty of Language and Literature Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia. She holds her doctoral, master, and bachelor degrees from Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia. In 1996–2004, she was delegated as a teacher of Indonesian language dan culture at the School of the Republic of Indonesia and at the Embassy of Indonesia in Tokyo, at Kasukabe School at Ashikaga School in Jepang. She was also invited as a guest lecturer at Jawaharlal Nehru University in 2012- 2013. Her study and academic publication are primarily related to Indonesian language and literature education, especially in Indonesian as Foreign Language area, better known as BIPA (Bahasa Indonesia bagi Penutur Asing). Her academic papers have been published in a number of national and international journals and proceedings, such as those entitled The Phenomenon of Using Potential Form in Indonesian as Foreign Language Leaners Utterance, American Listening Foreign Language Evaluation for Development Study of BIPA Listening Evaluation, and Indonesian as Foreign Language: Folklore as the Alternative of Reading Aloud Teaching Materials. Apart from her activities in the campus, she was involved in varied external programs, together with the Center for Development of Language Strategy and Diplomacy (known as PPSDK) in a book composition project, with Indonesian as Foreign Language Teacher and Practitioner (APPBIPA), and with some other institutions related to events or trainings on Indonesian as Foreign Language.
Asep Sopian is an associate professor at the Arabic Language Education Study Program, Faculty of Language and Literature Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia. He holds a bachelor degree in Arabic Language Education from Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, a master degree in Islamic Studies for Arabic Language Education from Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Gunung Djati, and a doctoral degree in the same major from Universitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah. He is also a researcher and among his works are entitled Implementation of Prophetic Education in Arabic Learning Strengthening Character Education during Distance Learning at a Senior High School (2021) and Problematics of Character Based Arabic Learning During Pandemic Time at Boarding School Assyifa Subang (2021), which have been presented in international conferences.
Luh Anik Mayaniis the director of SEAMEO QITEP in Language (SEAQIL), who also works in Badan Pengembangan dan Pembinaan Bahasa (the Agency of Language Development and Cultivation). She holds a doctoral degree in Linguistics from University of Cologne, Germany, a master degree in Linguistics, and a bachelor degree in English Literature from Udayana University, Bali. She is now a language researcher, a language consultant, a reviewer of several national academic journals and an independent reviewer for research grant application of the Endangered Languages Documentation Programme (ELDP), SOAS London, and she is the current President of Indonesian Linguistics Society. Above all, she writes materials and teaches Bahasa Indonesia bagi Penutur Asing (Indonesian as a Foreign Language), and also has been a guest lecturer in Australia, Germany, and Italy. She is an active speaker of four languages: Balinese, Indonesian, English and German.
© 2022 Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia