About The Conference

This year, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, is revamping our annual international event (INUSHARTS) as we aim to become a dissemination platform for excellent and innovative research works. INUSHARTS 4.0. is an international conference for undergraduate and postgraduate students, lecturers, independent scholars and practitioners to present and publish their research findings. The targeted outputs are 8 edited volumes (indexed by Scopus), 1 special issue in IRHS journal (indexed by Copernicus), 1 international proceeding (Atlantis) and 1 ISSN national proceeding. Potential articles should fit one of the eight subthemes in order to be accepted for presentations and publications, particularly for the edited volumes.

The fourth International University Symposium on Humanities and Arts will be held in Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, on 23 – 25 July 2019.

The symposium will look at the theme of “Emerging Issues in the Humanities and Arts”, that will be divided into 8 subthemes:
• Interdisciplinarity in Applied Linguistics: An Indonesian Perspective
• Information Science and Archiving in Contemporary Knowledge Production
• Articulating Identity in the Era of Mobility
• Critical (Cultural) Perspectives on Religion and Spirituality in Indonesia
• Excavating Indonesian Cultural Artefacts and Rejuvenating Cultural Heritage
• The Politics of Public Memory and History in Indonesia
• Environmental Sustainability within Indonesian Regional Development
• Gender Relations and Social Inequalities


Dr. Monika Arnez
(Asia Research Institute/University of Hamburg)
Dr. Ahmad Najib Burhani
(Indonesian Institute of Science)
Dr. Richmond Stroupe
(Soka University, Japan)
Dr. Bart Barendregt
(Leiden University, Netherlands)
Chiara Zazzaro, Ph.D.
(University of Naples “L’Orientale”, Italy)
Prof. Dr. Heinzpeter Znoj
(Bern University, Switzerland)
Dong Geun Oh, Ph.D.
(Keimyung University, South Korea)
Dr. Paul Bijl
(Utrecht University, Netherlands)

Important Dates

15 April – 19 June : Call for Extended Abstract (English)
15 June – 30 June : Extended Abstract Selection for the Symposium and Review Process for Scopus/Non-Scopus Publication
3 July : Notification of Acceptance for the Symposium
3 July – 12 July : Early Bird Registration and Payment
13 July – 20 July : Non Early Bird Registration and Payment
23 – 25 July : Inusharts Symposium
September – October 2019 : Full Paper Submission

Extended Abstract Submission Deadline

The conference committee only accepts extended abstract submission

The Extended Abstract Submission Deadline is: 19 June 2019 (time: 11.59 (GMT +07:00))

Call for Papers

We welcome individual extended abstract submission by undergraduate and postgraduate students, lecturers, independent scholars and practitioners to present and publish their research findings.

The extended abstract should be around 300 – 400 words (introduction, problem statement, purpose of research, methodology, key findings, state of the art), 150 – 200 words of novelty research, and reference list, typed at single space, using Times New Roman font size 10. The margins at four sides should be set at 1 inch.

The extended abstract should be written in English for the submission. Please make sure the abstract is well-written and properly edited. Poor language quality, including errors in grammar, spelling or language usage, could lead to outright rejection of the paper during the final publication process.

Selected papers will be published in the Scopus-indexed publications.

Please check the SUBMISSION link on top of the website for detailed information on the extended abstract structure and submission process.

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