6th Edition of ICSHE

Keynote Speaker

Dr. Brian Lee


From new kid on the block to glitterati:  How does Tiktok become an overnight sensation in Asia?  

Dr Brian Lee is the Head of Communication Programme at Singapore University of Social Sciences, Singapore. He teaches and conducts applied research in social media and strategic communication. One of his research papers, “the Internet Commerce Models in Asia,” was awarded the top paper at the Pacific Telecommunications Council’s Essay Prize (USA) in 2001. Brian has also served as an adjunct faculty at Nanyang Technological University and Singapore Management University previously.

Dr Lee holds a doctoral degree in Communication and Information from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, and a Master’s degree in Communication Studies from the University of Texas at Austin, USA.

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Prof. Benzahra Mustapha

Benzahra Mustapha Is a Professor of African Literature and Business English at Moulay Ismail University, Meknes, Morocco. In Addition to Numerous Publications (Articles and Books), His Main Publication Is a Book Entitled Disillusionment and Revolutionary Imperative in Ayi Kwei Armah's the Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born and Two Thousand Seasons.Benzahra Is Also a Short Story Writer. His Latest Story Is the Generosity of Coronavirus, published in Melbourne in July 2021 In A Collection of Stories Called Life in The Time of Coronavirus.

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Dr. Aneesah Nishaatt

She has completed her PhD in positive psychology from Soka University of Japan. She is currently working as an assistant professor in Soka University, Tokyo, Japan. Her research focuses on Optimism and Well-being.

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Assist. Prof.Dr. Saman Dizayi

Assist.Prof.Dr. Saman Dizayi (Born. 1962 ) is an assistant professor at Erbil Polytechnic University-Erbil , Iraq. and the director of Language Center. His main area of study is Postcolonialism and literary criticism. Published tens of researches about important contemporary issues in literature. Taught and supervised many postgraduate students at different universities.

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Dr. Tamar Gelashvili

Tamar Gelashvili is an Assistant Professor of English Literature at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. She carried out her research at Dublin UCD James Joyce Foundation and Zurich James Joyce Foundation and defended her PhD on The Function of Allusions in Finnegans Wake in 2016 with honors. She has as participated in the Trieste Joyce School (2015), in the workshop organized by the Zurich James Joyce Foundation (2016, 2017) and in a number of James Joyce Italian Foundation Conferences in Rome (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019). She has translated and illustrated Giacomo Joyce (2017), and Finnegans Wake (Book I) (2020).

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Prof. Kate Willink

Kate Willink is the inaugural Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs at the University of Denver and an Associate Professor of Communication Studies. As Associate Professor of Communication Studies, her research examines critical intercultural communication and her teaching portfolio covers topics about education and change, cultural memory and imagination, and food culture.

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Ms. Luxin Yin

Luxin Yin, a full-scholarship MA in Erasmus, Children’s literature, media and culture (2020-2022). Her research focus lies in the disciplines of East Asia Studies and YA literature, on the topic of narrative studies and medical humanities.

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Mr. Vazha Santeladze

Vazha is a MA student of Georgian History at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. Vazha has won a Grant (№ MR-21-286) of Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation and is currently working on his MA thesis, entitled “Economic conditions of Georgian Church and Monasteries in the XI – beginning of the XIII century (based on Historical Documents)”. His participation in the conference in Nice is financed by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.

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Ms. Tsz Ching Jasmine Lam

Current MA student in Applied English Linguistics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Interested in research relating to second language acquisition, assessment and flipped classroom