Second Hawaiʻi International Conference on English Language and Literature Studies (HICELLS 2023)
HICELLS 2022 is postponed to March 10-11, 2023
“Research and Teaching in English Language and Literature”
- Abstract Submission
- Registration Fee
- Conference Registration
- HICELLS 2022 Guidelines for Oral Presentation (20 minutes)
- HICELLS 2023 Speakers
- Conference Organizing Committee
- For more information
- HICELLS 2020 Publication
- Get to Know the UH Hilo Campus
The Department of English at the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo organizes the Second Hawaiʻi International Conference on English Language and Literature Studies (HICELLS 2023) with its theme “Research and Teaching in English Language and Literature” at UH Hilo main campus on March 10-11, 2023. The conference aims to provide an avenue for research scholars in the fields of English language and literature Studies to share their expertise with other scholars, researchers, and students from various international backgrounds, and to discuss among scholars and educators the new trends in research and pedagogy in English language and Literature.
The conference will cover the following topics:
English Language Studies
- Applied Linguistics and English Language Education
- English Language Curriculum and Teaching Materials
- Cross-cultural communication and ELT
- Discourse and Society
- English Language Policy
- Language and globalization
- Language and Media
- Language Learning and Acquisition
- Language Testing and Evaluation
- Multilingualism and Translation
- Psychology of Language Learning
- Technology and E-learning
- Theoretical Linguistics
- Translation and Media
- English and American Literature
- Literature and Media
- Contemporary Literature
- Postcolonial literature
- World Literature
- Pacific Island Literature
- Multicultural Literature
- Gender and Literature
The abstract should be:
1. Between 200 and 250 words and a list of not more than five keywords.
2. Must have a clearly defined theoretical framework or approach.
Please submit your abstract online at Abstract Submission Form on or before September 1, 2022. If you have questions about the abstract submission, please email Francis Dumanig at email@example.com.
Abstract Notification of Acceptance: October 15, 2022
Early Registration: (October 15, 2022 to December 15, 2022): $ 200.00
Regular Registration: (December 21, 2022 to February 15, 2023): $ 250.00
Student Registration: (October 15, 2022 to February 15, 2023): $200.00
Conference Registration Deadline: February 15, 2023
Note: The conference dinner will be at UH Hilo’s University Classroom Building (UCB) 127 on March 13, 2020.
HICELLS 2022 Guidelines for Oral Presentation (20 minutes)
- The time allocated for each presenter is 20 minutes (15 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for question and answer). Please take note that the session chair will be strict in the timekeeping, so please stick to the time allotted in each presentation.
- Below are some of the specific guidelines that presenters must be familiar:
- If you are using the PowerPoint, make sure that you save it on a thumb drive.
- If you are using videos or audio on your presentation, test them first before the presentation starts.
- If you are using your own computer, please ask for assistance to connect before your presentation.
HICELLS 2023 Speakers
Dr. Richard R. Day, Professor, Department of Second Language Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa, is the author of numerous publications, particularly on second language reading. His most recent publications are New Ways in Teaching Reading, and Teaching Reading. He is the co-author of Extensive Reading in the Second Language Classroom, and the co-editor of Extensive Reading Activities for Teaching Language. Professor Day is also the co-author of Impact Issues Books 1 – 3, and Cover to Cover, Books 1 – 3. He is the co-editor of the online scholarly journal, Reading in a Foreign Language, and co-founder of the Extensive Reading Foundation.
Dr. Peter Sayer is a Professor of Language Education Studies at the Ohio State University. His work is in educational sociolinguistics, with a focus on how language ideologies and identities shape multilingual education. He has more than 60 publications, including the book Tensions and Ambiguities in English Language Teaching (Routledge, 2012), on topics such as translanguaging, linguistic landscape, and social class and language teaching. He is a former Fulbright Scholar and is currently the editor of the TESOL Journal.
Dr. Willy A Renandya is a language teacher educator with extensive teaching experience in Asia. He currently teaches applied linguistics courses at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He is a frequent plenary speaker at ELT conferences and has published extensively in the area of second language education. His publications include Language Teaching Methodology: An anthology of current practice (2002, Cambridge University Press), Student-centred cooperative learning (2019, Springer International), and a recently published book chapter The primacy of extensive reading and listening (2020, with Richard Day). He maintains a large language teacher professional development forum called Teacher Voices.
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: Willy’s ELT Corner
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com.sg/citations?user=gHW1fVIAAAAJ
Dr. Kris Roney is Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at UH Hilo. She is a former Associate Vice President for Academic Programs and Founding Dean, University College & Graduate Studies, at California State University - Monterey Bay, a position she has held since 2014. In 2016, she founded University College in partnership with and in support of faculty and staff within the then Office of Undergraduate Studies, and also led the creation of graduate and credential student-focused policies and procedures in academic and cross-divisional teams. At CSU – Monterey Bay, she led high-impact practice academic departments and student success centers serving students from matriculation through graduation. Prior to CSU - Monterey Bay, she served in other administrative and faculty positions at the University of North Georgia (formerly Gainesville State College) from 2003 – 2014 where she partnered across a multi-campus environment of 16,000 students for core curriculum and learning support planning, assessment, faculty development, and strategic space use and allocations. Dr. Roney is the author of numerous student- and faculty-success grants, a participant in several Association of American Colleges & Universities planning groups, and the recipient of various awards and medals, including the 2019 CSU – Monterey Bay President’s Medal for Administrators.
Dr. Seri Luangphinith is a Professor of English and Accreditation Liaison Officer at the University of Hawaii at Hilo. She is a former Chair of the Humanities Division and Chair of the English Department at UHH. She specializes in Post Colonial Literature and Theory, and Asian Film and Television. She has published some of her works and one of her latest publications is the book entitled, "The Paths We Cross: The Lives and Legacies of Koreans on the Big Island," published by Ka Noio ʻAʻe Ale, UH Hilo's Independent Press. She received a letter recently from the office of South Korean President Moon Jae-in who expressed appreciation for her recent work. Her research started relatively modestly but evolved into a 201-page book in English and Korean with numerous historical photographs.