Assistant  Prof. Dr. Balraj Singh
Punjabi University, India

Assistant  Prof. Dr. Balraj Singh is an Assistant Professor in the Department of History since 2009. He did his B.A from Punjab University, Chandigarh and M.A(History)From Punjabi University Patiala. He has 9 Years of teaching and research experience. His areas of interest are History of Medieval India and History of World.

Paterno S. Alcartado, EdD
De La Salle University, Philippine

Paterno S. Alcartado earned his doctorate degree in education (Religious Education and Values Education) from the De La Salle University- Manila. He also holds master’s degree in Theology (Mission Studies), magna cum laude, from Divine Word Seminary-Tagaytay and a master’s degree in Education (Educational Management) from the De La Salle University- Aguinaldo. Dr. Alcartado was the former Chair of the Religious Education Department, Vice Dean, and Officer-in-charge (Dean) of the College of Education, Officer-in charge (Director) for Office Operations, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services, Director for General services, Director of Graduate Studies of the De La Salle University – Dasmariñas (DLSU-D). He is currently a faculty member of the Religious Education Department and the Graduate Studies of the College of Education of DLSU-D. He is now the Dean of the College of Education of DLSU-d.

Associate Prof. Dr. Hanafi Bin Hussin
University of Malaya, Malaysia

Hanafi Hussin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Southeast Asian Studies at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya.  He holds the MA in Southeast Asian Studies with a thesis entitled “The Development of Philippine Political Theatre During Marcos Regime, 1969-1972”, and he received his PhD in Performing Arts Studies from the Academy of Malay Studies, University of Malaya in 2007.  His main focus of research in the performing arts of Southeast Asia encompasses ritual and identity mainly with Kadazandusun of Penampang and the Lotud Dusun community of Tuaran in the state of Sabah.  He also conducting research on ritual and performing arts of the maritime communities of Southeast Asia mainly Sama Dilaut of east coast of Borneo and Southern Philippines. Currently he serve as Deputy Dean (Undergraduate Studies) of Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and as Head of Maritime Culture and Geopolitics Unit, Institute of Ocean and Earth Sciences (IOES), University of Malaya. 


Prof. Zamroni, Ph.D.
Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia