ENTER TITLE HERE USING UPPERCASE 12-POINT TIMES NEW ROMAN FONT AND ALLOWING THE TITLE TO RUN OVER TO THE NEXT LINE IF NEEDED
Author A. Name1, Author B. Name1, Author C. Name2 and Author D. Name1 1Institution One Name, City, Country, 2Institution Two Name, City, Country email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org
Use the remainder of this page for your abstract text. Please insert or type your abstract text over these instructions. The text must be in 11-point Times New Roman font. Only single spacing is accepted. The word limit of the abstract is between 200-250 words. Your abstract must be justified so that it is distributed evenly between the margins. For papers with multiple authors, only one representative email is needed. Multiple authors from multiple institutions are labeled with a superscript number 1, 2, 3 etc. Please make sure that the authors’ names are matched correctly with their affiliations. Single author or multiple authors from a single affiliation do not require a superscript number. The author names are set using 12-point bold Times New Roman font. The affiliations are set using 12-point italicized Times New Roman font. The email address is set using 12-point underlined Times New Roman font.
Keywords: First word, Second word, Third word (alphabetically ordered, capitalized, maximum: 5 words)
Biodata of ALL authors
Use this section to provide a brief bio-data of the author with a word limit not exceeding 50 words. Please type over these instructions to replace them with your bio-data text. The bio-data should be written using 11-point Times New Roman font. The text should also be single-spaced and justified. The bio-data should not be written in point form. Use full sentences instead. You may refer to the following guidelines to write your bio-data:
Author’s name (John Smith), qualification (PhD.), occupation (associate professor), department (Department of Anthropology), faculty (Faculty of Social Sciences), university (Waseda University), research interests (historical linguistics, classical literature