The National and International Conference on Humanities,
Arts and Social Sciences
“Empowering Humanities through Interdisciplinary Perspectives”
1 June 2022
School of Humanities
University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
Digital disruption and the COVID-19 pandemic have highlighted the importance of humanities and social sciences in addressing contemporary issues such as social interactions, digital divide, and online education management, among other things. In today’s disruptive world, these problems necessitate novel ways to better education and research, and one such approach is through the application of interdisciplinary perspectives to best address the most pressing challenges of our time.
With this in mind, the School of Humanities, University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce will host the National and International Conference on Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
“Empowering Humanities through Interdisciplinary Perspectives” on 1 June 2022 in virtual mode via WebEx, bringing together leading scholars, academics, and researchers to exchange perspectives, knowledge, and experience as well as to network. The conference will feature a variety of presentations and discussions about current research approaches, focusing on languages and their roles in various contexts as well as on interdisciplinary research.
The conference aims to:
- provide participants with an overall picture of current research in humanities and social sciences in the 21st century.
- share insights into the role of interdisciplinary approach on conducting research in humanities and social sciences.
- empower academics and researchers to build collaborative networks.
Topics of Interest
- Languages in:
- Science and technology
- Intercultural Communication
- ASEAN Economics Community
- Applied Linguistics
- Bi / Multilingualism
- Computational Linguistics / Artificial Intelligent (AI)
- Discourse / Text Analysis
- Linguistic Variation
- Language Teaching and Learning:
- Bi / Multilingualism
- Teaching English as a second /foreign language
- Teaching English as a lingual franca / an international language
- Teaching English for academic purposes /specific purposes
- Classroom or Action Research / Classroom Assessment and Testing
- Innovations (New Approaches) in Teaching and Learning
- Language Teaching in a Virtual World
- Chinese Studies (Language and Culture, Teaching Chinese as an International Language, and Chinese Translation Studies)
- Korean Studies (Language and Culture, Literature, Korean Society, and Korean Language Teaching)
- Japanese Studies (Language and Culture, Literature, Linguistic, Folklore, and Management)
- Humanities and Social Sciences Studies:
- Arts and design
- Digital Humanities
- Integrated Science
- Mass Communication
- Performing Arts
- Political Science
- Sociology and Anthropology
- Social Studies
- Translation Studies
Conference Date: 1 June 2022
Conference mode: Virtual conference via WebEx
- Participants have a new vision of how an interdisciplinary approach impacts their research planning in the 21st century.
- Participants gain from shared knowledge and experience obtained from research in humanities and social sciences.
- Participants are motivated to conduct more rigorous research based on multidisciplinary collaborations.
- Participants make use of the knowledge gained from the conference to empower themselves in both teaching and research.
| Early bird
|· Presenter 1,500 THB
|· Presenter 2,000 THB|
|Early bird||Regular||Early bird||Regular
|· Presenter||150||180||· Presenter||3,000||3,500
An early bird registration must be completed WITHIN 31 March 2022.
Registration Fee Payment
Registration fee payments can be made via bank transfer to Bangkok Bank (Swift code:
BKKBTHBK), MISS WUTTIYA PAYUKMAG, Account Number 128-4-27508-6.
Once the registration fee has been paid, attach a copy of the transfer via the registration system or
send it to Dr. Wuttiya Payukmag at [email protected].
Papers presentation: Up to 20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for discussion
Submission of Abstracts:
Abstracts for the main session should be submitted online in .docx or .doc format. They should be no longer than 250 words in a 12-point, Times New Roman font, and should be written in English, Chinese, Japanese, or Korean. The abstract of your proposed paper can be sent via http://utcc2.utcc.ac.th/humanities_conference2022. It will be acknowledged within a week of receipt. If you do not receive an acknowledgement within that time, please send it again or contact Assistant Professor Dr. Darunee Dujsik at [email protected] or [email protected]. It is the responsibility of all those sending an abstract electronically to ensure that the submission is virus-free. The deadline for abstract submission is 28 February 2022. In case you cannot meet the deadline for the abstract submission, please contact Assistant Professor Dr. Darunee Dujsik.
Deadline for Abstract Submission: 28 February 2022
Deadline for Early–bird Registration: 31 March 2022
Deadline for Full Paper Submission: 18 April 2022
Online proceedings will be published within 2 weeks after the conference on its website.
***Selected conference papers will be published in the special issue of Universiti Sains Malaysia’s International Journal of Language, Literacy and Translation (IJoLLT). Interested presenters should adhere to the journal’s submission requirements (http://ijollt.usm.my/) and submit their full papers by March 15, 2022.