4th Annual International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities 2022


The beginning of 2022 is a tough year for mankind. Just look at the Covid-19 disaster, which doesn't seem to have seen a stopping point.  not to mention the occurrence of natural disasters and disasters in the digital space due to human immersion into the digital world. As if they don't care about global conditions that are just about to enter a recovery period, the conflict between Russia and Ukraine adds to the long list of humanity problems.

Talking about the problems of mankind, the conflict between Russia and Ukraine is in the center of the world's attention right now. Being in the world's main spotlight does not mean that it’s the only conflict that is happening across the globe. Let’s see some conflicts in the world that lead to human rights violations, the endless Israeli-Palestinian war; the US defeat to the Taliban insurgents which is also  can not be told as a sign of the end of the conflict in Afghanistan; the cold war that happened for almost 44 years and leads to the Gray War which bring the cyber warfare era; and the most recent conflict from  neighboring country, Myanmar, which is happened due to the coup from Myanmar Armored Forces.

What about conditions in Indonesia? Although the impact of the Russia-Ukraine conflict has not yet been felt, the beginning of 2022 is a period of relative peace in the country. It is said to be relatively peaceful because in its history there have been several conflicts, both domestic and foreign conflicts. Call it the conflict that resulted in the release of East Timor from the sovereignty of the Republic of Indonesia; several conflicts with neighboring Malaysia; Conflicts that have occurred in West Kalimantan between the Dayak and Madura tribes; Social conflicts that occurred due to the natural resources of Petroleum in Aceh; and in Yogyakarta, there were several expulsions of immigrants from West Papua. These conflicts at least show that to a certain extent, the Indonesian people are in recovery post-conflict which of course if there is a trigger for a period of confrontation and crisis can reappear and will do more harm to humanity.

Furthermore, based on history, war and conflict tend to develop along with human civilization. call it how the difference between world war 1 and world war 2, or the cold war followed by the gray-zone war. The wars involving the countries of the world have developed from just conventional wars or also known as physical wars to cyber wars. Physical assault methods that deploy heavily armed soldiers are now being supplemented and/or replaced by soldiers with digital capabilities. from physical to cyber, this space used for war and conflict develops along with human civilization.

Understanding the problems of war and conflicts that occur both within and outside the sovereignty of the Republic of Indonesia, several discussions on the human side seem important to do. Several interesting topics can be raised, namely how media coverage is inseparable from human life in the 5.0 era. Furthermore, about how the social changes that occurred as a result of the conflict and war. Moreover, the discourse on how the psychological impact experienced by humans due to conflict and war. Departing from this, the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities UIN Sunan Kalijaga will hold the 4th Annual International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities 2022.


“Humanity in War and Conflict: Beyond Time and Space”




General Chair

Prof. Dr. Phil. Al Makin, S.Ag., M.A.

(UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta, Indonesia)

General Co-Chair(s)

Program Chair

Publication Chair




Dr. Mochamad Sodik, S.Sos., M.Si.

Assistance Director

Dr. Sulistyaningsih, M.Si.

Dr. Yani Tri WiJayanti, M.Si

Dr. Badrun Alaena, M.Si

Endah Susilandari, S.H, M.Si


Lukman Nusa, M.I.Kom.


Maya Sandra Rosita Dewi, S.Sos., M.I.Kom.

Dwi Nur Laela Fithriya, S.IP., M.A.


Enny Iroh Hayati, SE, M.S.I.

Rahmah Attaymini, S.I.Kom., M.A.

Call for  Paper

Yanti Dwi Astuti, S.Sos.I, M.A.

Tariq Yazid, S.I.Kom, M.A


Dr. Fatmadian Pratiwi, M.Si.

Event Division

Niken Puspitasari, S.IP., M.A.

Durrotul Mas'udah, M.A.

Hospitality Division

Publication and Documentation Division

Handini, M.I.Kom.

Accommodation and Equipment Coordinator

Sponsorship and Cooperation Division

Dr. Diah Ajeng Purwani, S.Sos, M.Si.

Achmad Zuhri, M.I.Kom.