Conference Theme

“Life, Thinking, and Culture in the Era of High Mobility”



The Academy of Mobility Humanities (AMH) started as an innovative and interdisciplinary research platform at Konkuk University in June 2018. AMH intends to undertake the important task of examining the roles of evolving technologies of mobilities in terms of our everyday lives and ideas with which we think about human beings, society, culture and nature. Articulating the idea of mobilities though a humanistic perspective, AMH seeks to examine how mobilities, along with evolving technologies dominate and shape our ways of thinking and living. 


Kritika Kultura is an international peer-reviewed electronic journal of language and literary/cultural studies which addresses issues relevant to the 21st century, including language, literature and cultural policy, cultural politics of representation, the political economy of language, literature and culture, pedagogy, language teaching and learning, critical citizenship, the production of cultural texts, audience reception, systems of representation, effects of texts on concrete readers and audiences, the history and dynamics of canon formation, gender and sexuality, ethnicity, diaspora, nationalism and nationhood, national liberation movements, identity politics, feminism, women’s liberation movements, and postcolonialism.

UNITAS is published by the University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines, the oldest university in Asia. It is hosted by the Department of Literature, with its editorial address at the Office of the Scholar-in-Residence under the auspices of the Faculty of Arts and Letters.

Steering Commitee

Inseop Shin

Director of the Academy of Mobility Humanities,

Konkuk University

Maria Luisa Torres Reyes

Chief-in-Editor of UNITAS,

University of Santo Tomas

Vincenz Serrano

Chief-in-Editor of

Kritika Kultura,

Ateneo de Manila University