Theory and Practice: how Islam Alters the Modern World.

Paper 1: Xinjiang’s Islamic Resurgence: A View from 1990s Chinese Sovietology.

Author: Jie Li, School of History, Classics and Archaeology, The University of Edinburgh, The United Kingdom.

Paper 2: Inducing a Global Phantasm: The Case of the Veiled Presence of Islam in The 99 or the ‘Islamic’ Comic Superheroes.

Author: Lorna Quejong Israel, Asian Center, University of the Philippines-Diliman, Philippines.

Paper 3: Modern Islamic Political Thought, “Islamism” and Nationalism.
Author: Kamal Soleimani, Assistant professor of Islamic studies at Queens College, New York, USA.

Linguistics and Language Studies

Zombifications of refugee

Paper 1: Repackaging Syrian Refugees as Zombies:  An Archetype of Dehumanization.
Author: Tamara K. O’Hearn-Amman, English Department MacMurray College Jacksonville, Illinois, USA.