Presentation Schedule

Time Zone: Asia/Tokyo
//Updated June 6, 2024 //

Monday


Plenary Session

Room A (Live-Stream)

09:00 – Possibilities of Change: Surviving the Times of Conflict
-Dr Ishmeet Kaur Chaudhry is an educationist, author, and poet who teaches in the Centre for English Studies at Central University of Gujarat, Gandhinagar, India.
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Room B (Live-Stream)
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Room C (Live-Stream)
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Room D (Live-Stream)
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Session 1

Room A (Live-Stream)
Teaching and Learning Experiences
Session Chair: Yousra Ferchichi

09:40 – Empowering Students through AI: Endorsing AI Assistance in Student Writing (81535)
Ms Yasmine Telwana is a University Postgraduate Student at Minnesota State University, Mankato in United States
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10:05 – Path Analysis Model of Self-Discipline Behavior in Undergraduate Students (77589)
Associate Professor Dr. Shuttawwee Sitsira-at was a faculty member at Faculty of Humanities,
Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand.
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10:30 – Development of Web-Based Interactive Learning Videos to Create Self Regulated Learning Students at SMKN 1 Pasuruan (79370)
Ragil Sugeng Dewantoro is student at Educational Technology Doctoral Program at University Negeri Surabaya
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10:55 – Empowering Academia Through Self-Narratives for Professional Development in Synthetic and Human Generated Podcasts (78398)
Yousra is a linguistics Ph.D. candidate with a Master’s in English, holds a CELTA and has been active in ELT since 2009 in higher Ed. A member of the Steering Committee of TESOL CALL-IS and founded the Ikigai and Kaizen podcasts.
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Room B (Live-Stream)
Comparative Gender Studies
Session Chair: Nga Nguyen

09:40 – Never Ending Voices of Chinese Women: Me Too Movement in and Since the Year 2018 (80991)
Ms Sugyeong Son is a University Doctoral Student at Seoul National University in South Korea
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10:05 – Safe Spaces? Spaces and Supporting Diverse Queer Folk in Chiang Mai (77660)
Joseph Black is a gender studies PhD student at Chiang Mai University in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
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10:30 – Queer Narratives in Hong Kong Literature: Deconstructing Masculinity, Sexuality, and Animality in Lillian Lee’s “Green Snake” (80512)
Ms JIAYIN SONG is a University Doctoral Student at University of Leeds in United Kingdom
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10:55 – Discourse on Homosexual People in Gameshow “Who Is Single” in Multi-Platform TV Landscape in Vietnam (78800)
Nguyen Thi Quynh Nga is currently a lecturer at the Department of Politics and Journalism at Vinh University in Vietnam.
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Room C (Live-Stream)
Special Topics and Concerns in the Community
Session Chair: Sheetal Kumari

09:40 – Wrestling as a Queer Performative Spectacle: Contextualising Heterotopia, Hyperreality, and Other Liminal Spaces Within South Asian Diasporic Filmic Representations (79320)
Ms Saher Bano is a University Doctoral Student at Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee in India
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10:05 – Handheld Fan’s Gender Association: The Power of Social Prejudices in Imperial China (960-1911) (79880)
Jingxian Shi completed her MA in East Asian Languages and Cultures at Columbia University. Her research delves into the materiality of painting tools and the visual narratives of everyday objects in Chinese paintings.
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10:30 – Navigating the Dark World of Child Sex Trafficking: Violence and Trauma in Anita Nair’s Chain of Custody (79163)
Ms. Sheetal Kumari is currently working as Doctoral Fellow at the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India.
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Room D (Live-Stream)
Comparative Literature Studies
Session Chair: Alexandre Avdulov

09:40 – Writing Depression: Li Lanni’s Nobody in the Wilderness (77921)
Dr. Daniela Licandro is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Milan in the fields of modern Chinese literature and culture and Chinese language pedagogy
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10:05 – Appropriated and Assimilated: Ravana in Popular Culture (78691)
Dr Ruchika Jain is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology in India
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10:30 – Written on the Clouds: Poetic Names in Chanoyu (78579)
Dr Alexandre Avdulov is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at Saint Mary's University in Canada
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Session 2

Room A (Live-Stream)
Education and Social Welfare
Session Chair: Jon McFarland

11:30 – Teachers’ Voice in Implementing Quality Education for All in Primary Education: A Case Study of a Chinese Public School (81126)
Ms Tong Lin is a University Doctoral Student at Wenzhou-Kean University in China
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11:55 – Exploring Perspectives and Practices: Formative Instruction in Hawai’i Classrooms (81451)
Patricia Grillet is feminist education scholar based in the University of Hawaii. Her research interests include the decolonization of learning and teaching practices, as well as education policies. Her PhD thesis is about education in Emergencies.
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12:20 – The Effectiveness, Problems and Suggestions of Promoting Adaptive Transfer in Taiwan’s Higher Secondary Schools (80106)
Chien-Ming Lin is an IT teacher at Luo-dong Industrial Vocational School, Taiwan. He is also a Ph.D. student specializing in Program Technological and Vocational Education at the National Taipei University of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan.
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12:45 – Creating Safe Spaces for Gender Diversity in the Classroom Through a Culture of CARE (80887)
Dr. Jon McFarland is an Associate Professor of Teacher Education at California State University, Stanislaus. His research interests include gamification, student motivation, and matters of equity and inclusive curriculum in secondary schools.
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Room B (Live-Stream)
Social, Political and Community Agendas in the Arts
Session Chair: Qian Cui

11:30 – Social Expectations in the Artist’s Image Construction and Art Interpretation in Ming and Qing China (78568)
Ms Yuqing Sun is a University Doctoral Student at Charles University in Czech Republic
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11:55 – The Craft of Clay Doll Industry and Socio-Economic Scenario: A Case Study of Artisan Community-West Bengal, India (80892)
Ms. Sangita Das is currently working as an Assistant Professor at Alliance University in Bangalore, India.
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12:20 – Beyond the ‘China Dream’: Re-Imagining Communities in Contemporary Chinese Art and Poetry on the Russo-Ukrainian War (81384)
Dr Qian Cui is a University Postdoctoral Fellow or Instructor at University of St. Gallen in Switzerland
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Room C (Live-Stream)
Literature/Literary Studies
Session Chair: Yi-Chin Shih

11:30 – Translating Early-Twentieth Century Populism and the Global Imaginary Through “The Bitter Student” (81211)
James I. McDougall is an Associate Professor of language and literature at Wenzhou-Kean University, in Zhejiang, China.
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11:55 – Beyond the Silk: A Comparative Analysis of Female Imagery Based on the Torige Ritsujo No Byobu (鳥毛立女屏風) (78777)
Ms Jinglin Li is a University Doctoral Student at Arizona State University in United States
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12:20 – Reading ‘Difference’ in Literature: An Ethical Reflection (78076)
Chinmay Pandharipande is an incoming PhD student at the Department of Comparative Literature, University of Massachusetts. His research interests are theory and method, philosophy and literature, and phenomenology.
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12:45 – The Device of the Play Within the Play in Suzan-Lori Parks’s Venus (79112)
Dr Yi-chin Shih is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at National Changhua University of Education in Taiwan
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Room D (Live-Stream)
Immigration, Refugee, Race, Nation
Session Chair: Mark Beeman

11:30 – Strains of Migration: The Thirdspace of Transient Migrant Musicking in Singapore (81156)
Mr Benjamin Harris is a Independent Scholar at Applying to Graduate Schools in Singapore
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11:55 – Recreating the Homeland in the Host Country: Glocal Homemaking of Orthodox Migrants in Japan (81180)
Aleksandra Sechko is trained at HSE University, Faculty of Humanities. Master’s major – Cultural Anthropology. Her research embraces anthropology of urban Buddhism. Fields of interests – Urban Religion, Global Buddhism, Material Religion.
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12:20 – Black-Iraqis: From a Forgotten History to Contemporary Racial Discrimination (77270)
Sara Al Khashlok is a Researcher at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law. During her time at London School of Economics, she produced research navigating the intersection of identity, race and policy in the Middle East.
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12:45 – The Ban on Mexican American Studies in Arizona: Scapegoating Education (81411)
Dr. Mark Beeman, Professor of Sociology, teaches at Northern Arizona University. His research and teaching focus on race and ethnic relations. His recent work analyzes normative and structural factors involved in ethnic scapegoating.
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Session 3

Room A (Live-Stream)
Cultural Studies
Session Chair: Adinarayanane Ramamurthy

13:20 – Voices from Within: Perspectives of Ordinary Tujia Individuals in Cultural Heritage Space (79634)
Ms Jiahui XING is a University Doctoral Student at University of Sydney in Australia
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13:45 – The Nexus Between Archaeological Exploration and Heritage Contestation: Perspectives from Pizaga, Upper West Region of Ghana (81042)
Mr. Jonathan Ampofo Manu is currently a Research and Teaching Assistant at the University of Ghana.

My research project is "The Nexus between Archaeological Exploration and Heritage Contestation: Perspectives from Pizaga, Upper West Region, Ghana".
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14:10 – Unique Multisensory Atmosphere and Intangible Heritage Perceptions of Hobart’s Salamanca Markets: Results from a Pilot Study (80970)
Mr Murray Parker is a University Doctoral Student at Charles Sturt University in Australia
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14:35 – Geospatial Approach for Flood Vulnerability Assessment and Mapping: A Case of Chennai City, Tamil Nadu, India (81025)
Dr. Adinarayanane R, employed as Dean, Planning & Development at School of Planning and Architecture Vijayawada, Government of India. He has experience of 30 years in the academic, professional field of Planning and 50 technical paper publications.
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Room B (Live-Stream)
Political Science
Session Chair: Iris Magne

13:20 – The 2020 Election in Myanmar: the NLD Supporters and Facebook (81248)
I'm Khin Nway Nway Hlaing, currently serving as a Consultant Analyst for the Myanmar Internet Project. My professional interests revolve around content moderation, analyzing social media trends, and actively contributing to research and advocacy effo
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13:45 – A Study on Fact-Checking and Challenges to Combat Disinformation While AI is Threatening to Media in Bangladesh (80137)
Mr Kamruzzaman Kamruzzaman is a University Postgraduate Student at Birmingham City University in United Kingdom
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14:10 – When the Dictator Steps In: Assessing the Effectiveness of Vladimir Putin’s Pension Reform Address (78611)
Krzysztof Kruk is currently a PhD student in Russian and Eurasian Studies at King's College London, working on a doctoral project on succession in personalised post-Soviet autocracies.
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14:35 – COVID-19 Vaccines, a ‘New Currency in Soft Power?’: A Comparative Study of Soviet and Russian Vaccine Diplomacies (78297)
Iris Magne is a doctoral student in Russian and Eurasian Studies at King's College London. Her research focuses on Soviet, Russian and Chinese vaccine diplomacies as tools of soft power both during the Cold War and the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Room C (Live-Stream)
Teaching and Learning
Session Chair: Yajuan Xiang

13:20 – Teaching Ethical Decision-Making Using Frameworks and Interactive Case Studies (80220)
Emily Woo is an academic staff at Singapore Institute of Technology where she leads the work-study module for hotel & MICE students. She holds a Masters degree in Hotel Administration. She conducts coaching, mentoring, and corporate training.
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13:45 – An Open Perspective on Open Schooling: An Application of Amartya Sen’s Capability Approach (79450)
My name is Heena and I have been born and brought up in Delhi, India. I started my academic journey in the year 2012 after completing M.Sc. Economics from Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai. I am a working mother of two.
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14:10 – Effect of Neurofeedback Intervention Training Module (NITM) on Impulsivity and Aggression in Juvenile Offenders (81410)
Dr PROSHANTO KR SAHA is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at Rajiv Gandhi University-A Central University in India
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14:35 – Physical Activity, Screen Time and Technology Use Among Preschool-Aged Children During the COVID-19 Pandemic in the U.S. (81401)
Dr. Xiang is an Associate Professor in the Department of Early Childhood Studies at Sonoma State University. Her interests involves parenting and evidence-based methods that promote early language and literacy learning
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Room D (Live-Stream)
Ethnicity and Identity
Session Chair: Yuki Yokohama

13:20 – Afghan Microsocieties in the Context of East-West Clashes (1977-1983): Discourses and Representations in the Kabul Times (81041)
Mr Yuri Alan Maciel Tesch is a University Doctoral Student at Federal University of Juiz de Fora (UFJF) in Brazil
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13:45 – Understanding the Notion of Punjabiyat Through Qisse: An Alternative Approach to the Rising Cultural Nationalism (79941)
Ms Divyanshi Bhardwaj is a University Doctoral Student at Banaras Hindu University in India
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14:10 – The Present and Future of the Chinese Clan Associations (80146)
My research theme is the relationship between social work and the community activities of "Chinese clan associations" that exist in communities where people of Chinese descent live, such as Singapore and Taiwan.
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14:35 – Study of Trade Route Connections in Light of Seals and Sealings from Excavations at Purana Qila (Indraprastha), New Delhi (80989)
Dr SATARUPA BAL is a Civil Servant at Deccan College PGRI Deemed University in India
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Session 4

Room A (Live-Stream)
Cultural Studies
Session Chair: Suchandra Ghosh

15:10 – Critical Analysis of the Contribution of Power for Making Temples a Significant Aspect of Cultural History: A Case Study of Badrinath Temple in Colonial India-1815-1941 (77962)
Tania Sharma is a Ph.D. scholar at the Department of History, University of Hyderabad, India. She has completed her Post-graduation from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. she is a cultural history enthusiast.
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15:35 – Conceptual Analysis of Personal God Portrayed in Rabindranath Tagore’s Song and Poetry (79631)
Ms. Sanhita Ghosh, Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, Lalbaba College, University of Calcutta, Kolkata West Bengal, India.
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16:00 – Marriage, Plurality and Secularism: Sociological Exploration of Civil Marriage Law in India (81158)
Dr Suchandra Ghosh is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Rani Indira Debi Government Girls' College (erstwhile Jhargram Raj College Girls' Wing) in India
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16:25 – Archaeological Study of Harappan Burials in India, with Special Reference to Kalibangan (80990)
Dr. Satarupa Bal is an archaeologist working with the Government of India, Archaeological Survey of India, and is engaged in research work comprising of the archaeology of the Indian subcontinent. She is also pursuing her Post Doctoral research.
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Room B (Live-Stream)
Environment and the Humanities
Session Chair: Kalpanee Jayatilake

15:10 – Ecological Reflections in the Roman World: Unveiling Nature’s Dialogue Between Art and Literature (77926)
Catarina is an Ancient History PhD Student at the University of Lisbon. My project is about the perceptions of nature and environment in the Roman World from the I BCE - I CE. I have also a big interest in the Etruscan civilization.
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15:35 – Landscapes, Stories and Relationalities: An Ecocritical Reading of Lepcha Oral Narratives (78771)
Ms Manashi Bhattacharya is a PhD candidate at the Special Centre for the Study of North East India, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India. Her current research work involves interdisciplinary research on the Environmental Humanities and Ecocriticism.
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16:00 – Cinema in the Context of the ‘Everyday’ and Wellbeing: Colombo on a Motorcycle (78769)
I am Kalpanee Jayatilake, currently a lecturer (probationary) at the Department of Architecture, University of Moratuwa. My research interest is ‘Wellbeing’ in relation to urban space, and my current focus is exploring Cinema to Understand Wellbeing.
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Room C (Live-Stream)
Interdisciplinary in the Arts
Session Chair: Chih-Yung Aaron Chiu

15:10 – Screen Sculpture: A New Type of Digital Art (80125)
Mr Zihang Zhou is a University Doctoral Student at The university of Auckland in New Zealand
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15:35 – Utilizing the Aesthetic Properties of Felt Fabric as an Experimental Methodology to Enrich Students’ Skills in the Fashion Accessories Course (81390)
Prof. Dr. Rehab Hassaan is currently a professor of fashion design at University of Nizwa- Sultanate of Oman. PhD. of fashion and costumes design- Helwan University- Egypt.
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16:00 – Virtual Platform for Real Experience: A New Materialist Perspective of Audience Perception Toward Virtual Exhibition (79329)
Professor Chih-Yung Aaron CHIU is a University Professor/Principal Lecturer at Tsing Hua University Taiwan in Taiwan
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Room D (Live-Stream)
Subculture Politics
Session Chair: Mario Rodriguez

15:10 – Between Arbhorescence and Rhizome: A Deleuzian Analysis of Fandom Culture (78211)
Ms Sapphire Mahmood Ahmed is a PhD scholar, working at Farook College, Calicut, India. Her area of research includes fan fictions and children's literature. Her recent paper is published in IAFOR Journal of Arts & Humanities.
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15:35 – Analyzing the Creative Expression of Virtual Characters in Cosplay Subculture (81141)
Mr Rui Bao is a University Doctoral Student at University of Dundee in United Kingdom
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16:00 – Understanding Memes as Remix Materials in Media Prosumers’ Political Satire Videos (80976)
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16:25 – Cosplay as Postmodern Parody: Finnish Youth, Animecon & Cultural Liminality (81335)
Dr Mario Rodriguez is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at American University in the Emirates. in United Arab Emirates
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