Bandung-Indonesia, 26th – 28th June, 2019
The era of Industrial Revolution 4.0 is the continuation of the previous era since the iron and textile industries, electric industry, digital industry, until cyber-physical system. This era was initially a project of German government in 2011 focusing on corporation and factory computerization. This era causes some fundamental changes in various fields.
As the effect of the changes, people are seemingly to experience disruption in technology, economy, social, culture, politics, and education. Another effect is the geo-politics decreases as the free trade zone develops so fast, such as ZEE, AFTA, and CAPTA. The most horrifying effect is if this era causes humanity problems, such as human values and local wisdom, automatically the human relationship will be mechanistic and individualistic of which human will be like a robopath.
To minimize the effects of the 4.0 era, Japan government attempted to create the grand design of 5.0 community of which they will be served to run the humanity-based technology. For them, industrial revolution and disruption are functioned as challenge and opportunity in technology and education.
It is different from Japan, Moslem community, especially Indonesia is still in the development of modernization, globalization, and West civilization hegemony (Europe and America), even is seemingly still in the dynamics of clash of civilization. Generally, Moslem community attempt to minimize the poverty, Human Development Index (HDI) gap, and technology lagging. Besides, recently Moslem community are experiencing the issues on radicalism, terrorism, and transnational political escalation after the Arab Spring.
Taking care of the before mentioned issues, Faculty of Humanities of Sunan Gunung Djati State Islamic University participates actively in the development of technology and prophetic ethics through the implementation of Three Pillars of Higher Education comprising Education, Research, and Community Services. The faculty tries to facilitate the academic forum for strategic research and publication in developing Moslem community.
In relation to the case above, the Faculty of Humanities in cooperation with Asosiasi Dosen Ilmu Adab (ADIA) is going to hold International Conference on Humanities and Islamic Civilization (ICON-HIC). The conference is one of the efforts to develop research with the paradigm of ‘revelation guides science,’ theory, and method in humanities and Islamic civilization holistically through multidisciplinary approach. Besides, the conference is also an attempt to prepare a grand design and enabling Islamic environment for modernity and Indonesians. The conference is opened publicly for experts, researchers, and students in various fields of study to discuss trend issues, challenges, opportunities, and solutions.
The purposes of this program are: 1) to discuss the technology, humanity, and Moslem community in the Industrial Revolution Era 4.0 seen from its development, issues, solution, and projection through International conference on Humanities and Islamic civilization (ICON-HIC); and 2) to share the experience and knowledge of the speakers and participants relating to the educational paradigm changes and practices in Industrial Revolution Era 4.0.
Meanwhile, the significances of this program theoretically can contribute to the development of humanity and Islamic civilization. Practically, this program would contribute to 1) the data-based information provided by researchers, speakers, and students; 2) scientific work supporting the paradigm “revelation guides science”; and 3) institution improvement on the international level.
The scope of the program consists of various work as follows:
Linguistics (Lc): Comparative Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Adaptation of Islamic Value in Learning and Teaching of English;
Islamic Literature (LL): Islamic Manuscript and Philology; Translated Islamic Texts; Islamic Literary Works (Poem, Prose, and Drama); Sufi’s Literature; Local, National, and Regional Languages in Islamic Society; Islamic Values in Language and Literary Works;
Islamic History (IH): Islamic Historiography, Minority Islam, Local History, Maritime History, and Oral History;
Islamic Culture (IC): Relation Islam and Culture; Local, National, and Regional Culture in Islamic Society; Fashion, Food, and Culinary in Islamic Society; Literation Issues in Southeast Asia; Strategic Studies and International Relations in Islamic World; Intercultural Communication Studies in Islamic World; Islam, Local Wisdom, and Globalization; Transnational and Cross-cultural Islam in Islamic World;
Islamic Society and Politics (ISP): Urban Islam; Islam and Feminism; Islam and Radicalism; Science, Technology, and Civilization in Islam; Security, Peace, Violence, and Radicalism in Islamic World; Khalifah versus Islamic State;
Islamic Art and Architecture (IAA): Islamic Music; Calligraphy; Performance Art; Movie In Islamic Society; Islamic Architecture
Invited Speakers: a. Ronald Lukens-Bull, Ph.D (University North-Florida, USA); b. Prof. Dr. Soetrisno, M.Ag. (UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta); c. Prof. Dr. Dudung Abdurrahman, M.Hum. (UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta) d. Dr. Talal Ahmad el-Awwad el-Hassan (Sudan, Africa); e. Dr. Tengsoe Tjahjono (FBS Unesa Surabaya); f. Dr. Ajid Thohir, M.Ag. (UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung).
This conference will be conducted on June 26-28, 2019 in several venues: a) Opening and Plenary Session of Keynote Speaker in Aula Utama Grand Aquila Hotel Jl. Dr. Djundjunan No.116 Bandung 40173, Pasteur, West Java, Indonesia. b) Plenary Session of Invited Speaker in Aula Utama Grand Aquila Hotel; and c) Parallel session for presenters in split rooms in Grand Aquila Hotel. [ZA]