Ekawati Marhaenny Dukut is a Fulbrighter and Assistant Professor at the English Department of the Faculty of Language and Arts, in Soegijapranata Catholic University, Indonesia. She is founder of Celt (Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature) International Conference and is Chief Editor for her biannual Celt journal since 2001. She has been a reviewer for many other Indonesian ELT journals along with those from other countries’ journals that deals with ELT, Gender studies and Literature. At campus, she teaches and publishes articles on American Studies, Popular Culture, Media & Communication Studies, Gender & Women Studies, Folklore, Graphic Novels, and English language teaching education. She is a book co-author of Kebudayaan, Ideologi, Revitalisasi dan Digitalisasi Seni Pertunjukan Jawa dalam Gawai [Culture, Ideology, Revitalization and Digitization of Javanese Performing Arts in Gadgets] (2020), co-author also in Technology-Enhanced Language Learning: Current Research and Best Practices (2019), and co-author in Sociolinguistics Research in the Journey of Time (2019). Her book, The Use of Digital Media in the Classroom (2018), has received an award from the Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education in Indonesia. Meanwhile, her academic journal publications are “Transnationalizing Local and Global Culture in an English Language Classroom through a Smartphone Game App” (Asian English Studies, 2019), “The Local-Global Innovation of an Indonesian TOEFL-Like Game: A Cultural Hybridity Model” (English Review: Journal of English Education, 2019), “Popularizing Indonesian Scenes through Picturebooks and Digital Animation Software” (Asian Englishes, 2018), “Beyond Essay Structure: Competence and Literacy” (Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature, 2018), “Designing Tommy and Pokina Educative Language Game Software: A Transnational Popular Culture Project” (Journal of Information Systems, 2018), “The Use of the T-Ex Approach in Essay Writing: Feedbacks and Knowledge Exploration” (International Journal of Engineering & Technology, 2018), “Semiotics for Interpreting 21st Century Quilt’s Culture from the U.S. and Indonesia” (k@ta, 2018).