Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences & Education
Date of Conference: January 3, 4, 5, & 6 2018
Venue: Hawaiian Prince Hotel Waikiki
Submission Deadline: July 31, 2017
Aloha and E Komo Mai! (Greetings and Welcome!)
Hawaii University International Conferences (HUIC) are specifically designed to address the latest developments and advancements in academic studies. The Arts and Humanities conference is dedicated to academicians and individuals from all disciplines to discover, to nurture, to create and to inspire, providing opportunities to discuss and explore recent findings in related fields of studies and research.
The HUIC will be hosted in the charming city of Honolulu on the island of O’ahu, the third largest of the Hawaiian Islands. O’ahu is also known as the “Gathering Place”, featuring the unique Aloha Spirit which complements the warmth of the people and the perfect temperatures throughout the year. O’ahu is the Jewel and the Heart of the Hawaiian Islands.
Many successful Educational and Business conferences are held in Honolulu’s hotels and the new Honolulu Hawaii Convention Center. This gathering place serves as a platform for academicians, researchers and professionals worldwide.
The Hawaii University International Conferences (HUIC) are designed to inspire, engage, challenge and contribute to the growing field of knowledge. Join us in Hawaii for a comprehensive conference, and learn with us in the inspiring atmosphere our beautiful island provide.
Me ka `oia`i`o (With sincerity)
HUIC COORDINATORS & STAFF
2017 Key Note SpeakerDR. BRYAN BURTON
Professor, Chair, and Program Assessment Coordinator of Music Education at West Chester University of Pennsylvania, Bryan Burton holds bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees from West Texas A & M University, Western State Colorado University, and the University of Southern Mississippi, respectively, as well as additional studies at the University of Arizona and Oberlin College-Conservatory.
As an author and presenter, Burton has created a large body of work primarily focusing upon world music with a specific interest In Native American culture and cultural transmission practices. In addition to numerous publications, including contributions to over forty books, he has presented more than 300 papers and workshops on six continents. At present, he serves on the Editorial Board for the International Journal of Music Education, Advisory Board for Music Educators Journal, and was a contributing editor and author for the Grove Dictionary of American Music, 2nd Edition.