Call for Papers

  • Action Research in Language Teaching
  • New Writings in English
  • Asian Languages
  • Phonology and Morphology
  • Assessment of Language and Literature Teaching
  • Popular Culture in Language Teaching and Learning
  • Best Practices in Language Teaching
  • Practices of Language Teacher Education
  • Collaborations in Language Teacher Education
  • Putting Theory into Classroom Practice
  • Computational Linguistics and Mathematical Linguistics
  • Research on Legal Language Teaching
  • Computational Psycholinguistics
  • Role of English and Asian Languages in Globalised Contexts
  • Constructivism in Teaching of Language
  • Second Language Teaching
  • Designing Contextual Curriculum for Language Teaching
  • South East Asian Languages
  • Dialects
  • Special Hardware and Software for Asian Language Computing
  • Discourse Analysis
  • Speech Recognition and Synthesis
  • English for Specific Purposes (ESP)
  • Spoken Language Processing, Understanding, Generation and Translation
  • ESL/TESL
  • Standards Based Performance in Language Evaluation
  • Foreign Language Teaching
  • Students Participations in Language Teaching
  • Grammars, Syntax, Semantics and Discourse
  • Teaching and Learning of English as a Foreign/ Second Language
  • Idioms in the Teaching of Language
  • Teaching Language in Higher Learning Institutions
  • Southeast Asian Languages
  • Text Analysis, Understanding, Summarization and Generation
  • Input and Output of Large Character Sets of Asian Languages
  • Text Entailment and Paraphrasing
  • Interdisciplinary in Language Teaching and Learning
  • The Application of Forensic Linguistics
  • Language and Gender
  • The Inculcation of Culture Through Language Teaching
  • Language and Literature
  • The Knowledge Base of Language Teacher Education
  • Language and Popular Culture
  • The Relationship Between Linguistic Structure and Cognitive Processes
  • Language and Power
  • The Teaching of Drama
  • Language and the New Media
  • The Teaching of Language and Literature
  • Language as a Medium of Solidarity
  • The Teaching of Language for Economic Purposes
  • Language Change and Variation
  • The Teaching of Listening Skills
  • Language Planning in Language Teaching
  • The Teaching of Poetry
  • Language, Culture and Translation
  • The Teaching of Prose
  • Language, Identity and Culture
  • The Teaching of Reading Skills
  • Language, Linguistic and Speech Resource Development
  • The Teaching of Syntax
  • Lexical Semantics and Word Sense
  • The Teaching of Translation
  • Linguistic, Psychological and Mathematical Models of Language
  • The Teaching of Writing Skills
  • Linguistics
  • The Transformative Nature of The Role of Language
  • Literature in Language Teaching
  • Theoretical Research On Forensic Linguistics
  • Machine learning for natural language
  • Theory Versus Experience in Language Teaching
  • Machine translation and multilingual processing
  • Translation
  • Malay Language
  • Word Segmentation, Chunking, Tagging and Syntactic Parsing
  • Natural Language Applications, Tools and Resources, System Evaluation
  • Word Sense Disambiguation, Semantic Role Labelling and Semantic Parsing
  • New Varieties of English
  • Islam Studies
  • Christianity Studies
  • Judaism Studies
  • Buddhism Studies
  • Hinduism Studies
  • Theism and Atheism
  • World Religions
  • Polytheism and Pagan religions
  • Feminism and Religious Traditions
  • Religion and Education
  • Religion and Peace Studies
  • Religion and States in the History and Today
  • Religion and Law
  • Religion and economy
  • Mysticism, Faith, and Scientific Culture
  • Interfaith Dialogue
  • Comparative Religion Linguistics,
  • Language and Religion
  • Conflict Resolution and Mediation Studies
  • Race and Religion
  • Religious Piety and Practice
  • Theism and Atheism
  • Religion and Education
  • Religion and Peace Studies
  • Mysticism, Faith, and Scientific Culture
  • Interfaith Dialogue
  • Comparative Religion
  • Linguistics, Language and Religion

Author Guidelines

Authors should submit a paper in English, carefully checked for correct grammar and spelling, addressing one or several of the conference areas or topics. Each paper should clearly indicate the nature of its technical/scientific contribution, and the problems, domains or environments to which it is applicable. Only original papers should be submitted. Authors are advised to follow ethical norms regarding plagiarism and self-plagiarism thoroughly before submitting and must make sure that their submissions do not substantially overlap work which has been published elsewhere or simultaneously submitted to a journal or another conference with proceedings. Papers that contain any form of plagiarism will be rejected without reviews.

Authors can submit their work in the form of a Regular Paper, representing completed and validated research, or as a Position Paper, portraying a short report of work in progress or an arguable opinion about an issue discussing ideas, facts, situations, methods, procedures or results of scientific research focused on one of the conference topic areas. All papers must be submitted through the online submission platform. After the paper submission has been successfully completed, authors will receive an automatic confirmation e-mail. All the papers should be of 6 pages length.

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