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Professor N. S. Cooray (Japan)

Associate Dean and Professor Graduate School of International Relations International University of Japan

Cooray is a Professor of Economics and the Associate Dean of the Graduate School of International Relations, International University of Japan (IUJ). He was a former Director of International Peace Studies Program of IUJ. He was the founding President of the Association of Sri Lankan Academics in Japan (SLAC) until April 2016. Cooray was a Visiting Fellow/Researcher at the Tokyo University, Japan; The Australian National University; and University of Sussex, England. As a visiting faculty, he has taught/teach at the University of Colombo; University of Sophia; National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS); University of Tsukuba; Nagoya University; Yokkaichi University; Rikkyo University, and Meiji University. He has more than 30 years of teaching, research, training, and administrative experience.

Prof. Sangita Rayamajhi (Nepal)

Director - Center For Advanced Studies In South Asia

Dr. Sangita Rayamajhi, is a Senior Professor with more than two decades of teaching at Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu.  She was the founding faculty and Vice Provost (Pro Vice Chancellor) for International Faculty Exchanges and Programs at the Asian University for Women, Bangladesh 2009-2015. She is the recipient of National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellowship, Fulbright Scholarship and Scholar Rescue Fund Fellowship (SRF). She has several books to her name, Can a Woman Rebel? Who is the Daughter of Nepal? All Mothers are Working Mothers (a play) and her latest is a co-authored book Women's Roles in Asia (Women's Roles through History), ABC CLIO, Greenwood, 2013. She was Secretary to the Rt. Honorable President of Nepal April 2016-March 2018. At Present she also teaches a course on Gender and Sexuality/South Asian Studies to MPhil students, at the Institute of Advanced Communication, Education and Research (IACER).

Dr.Charles Brown (USA)

Associate Professor, Department of Language and Humanities

Northern Marianas College

Dr. Brown, an expert on East Asian and Pacific education, he has served as a teacher, researcher, and materials and curriculum specialist at universities in Japan, Taiwan, and the United States. He was the Associate Professor of Modern Japanese Studies Program, Hokkido University, Japan.The author of numerous journal articles and other publications, his research focuses on examining ideologies that valorize particular content and methods in English education, the connections to societal relations of power, and how this terrain is negotiated by individuals. The overarching goal of his work is to promote English education that is more effective, just, and liberatory by fostering a heightened understanding of its workings as a socially/politically-situated institution.




Official Journal of Sixth Asian Studies International conference 2018 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia - ICAS2018

Asian Studies International Journal 

ISSN: 2279-1949 



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