Warsaw, Poland _ 5-7 July, 2019

International Conference on Future of
SOCIAL SCIENCES and HUMANITIES

International Conference on Future of Social Sciences and Humanities

500 attendees

40 speakers

100 posters

About FSHCONF

The International Conference on Future of Social Sciences and Humanities has one goal and one goal only – to bring together researchers, scientists, students, and faculty members to address and tackle the most pressing needs of the field.

The future of social sciences and humanities is uncertain. It is constantly evolving and disrupted by technologies and global trends. As such, it requires open communication and free exchange of ideas. FSHCONF provides the platform for exactly that. Join this preeminent social sciences and humanities conference and help shape the future!

Topics Covered Include

  • Aging
  • Ambient awareness
  • Anti-vaccination
  • Black Lives Matter
  • Caring or Research for the Elderly
  • Child Research
  • Class
  • Cliques
  • Conflict theory
  • Consumerism
  • Counter-cultures
  • Cults
  • Cultural appropriation
  • Cultural assimilation
  • Equal pay
  • Ethic in Society/Online Society
  • Ethnicity
  • Family issues
  • Family Research
  • Fandom
  • Fashion trends
  • Flocking behavior
  • Gender Issues
  • Globalization Impacts
  • Mass Media
  • Nationality
  • Occupy movement
  • Online dating
  • Online Society/Online Community
  • Patriotism
  • Police brutality
  • Poverty gap
  • Protest
  • Social media activism
  • Social Policy and Social Legislation
  • Social Psychology
  • Social Research or Social Science
  • Social stratification
  • Social Works in Modern Society
  • Spirituality and religion
  • Stereotypes
  • Sub-cultures
  • Superstitions
  • Technology/Criminology in Society
  • Twitter
  • Work place
  • Youth culture
  • Advertising 
  • Bias
  • Bot journalists
  • Cartoons
  • Comic strips
  • Communication Arts 
  • Communication Management
  • Education Communications and Technology 
  • Embedded journalism
  • Fake news
  • Film
  • Information Communication 
  • Journalism 
  • Language and Communication 
  • Media ethics
  • Memes
  • Press embargoes
  • Privacy
  • Publishing
  • Radio 
  • Slanting
  • Social media as social justice
  • Social media literacy
  • Social networking
  • Tabloids
  • Television 
  • Yellow journalism
  • Alt-right
  • Automatic voter registration
  • Bernie Sanders
  • Campaign finance laws
  • Congressional Review Act
  • Debates
  • Democratization
  • Donald Trump
  • Effect of mass media
  • Environmental Protection Agency
  • Executive actions
  • Executive power, limits of
  • Facebook campaigning
  • Gerrymandering
  • Governmental Systems & Practices
  • History of Western Political Thought
  • International Affairs and Strategic Studies
  • International Relations
  • Line item veto
  • Mutual defense alliances
  • National Popular Vote Bill
  • Open government
  • Parliamentary system
  • Political Economy
  • Political Science
  • Politics and Ethics
  • Populism
  • Pork barrel legislation
  • Presidential campaign
  • Presidential campaign
  • Public Administration and Policy
  • Reforming and Consolidated
  • Regional Studies
  • Regulations
  • Social democracy
  • Super PACs
  • Supreme Court powers
  • Transparency
  • Voter turnout
  • Western Constitutional Thought
  • Capital punishment as deterrent
  • Civil Law 
  • Climate Change Law
  • Community policing
  • Conflict of Laws 
  • Copy Right Law 
  • Crime statistic reporting
  • Criminal Law 
  • Cyber crime
  • Death penalty
  • Domestic violence
  • Economic and Financial Law 
  • Fiber evidence
  • For profit prisons
  • Forensic genealogy
  • Forensic geology
  • Fraud
  • Hate crime
  • Hate groups
  • Identity theft
  • Illegal drug use
  • Innocence projects
  • International Human Right Law 
  • International terrorism
  • Labor and Social Law
  • Legal History 
  • Legalization of marijuana
  • Lethal injection vs. electric chair
  • Mandatory minimum sentencing
  • Plea bargaining
  • Presumptive parole
  • Prison overcrowding
  • Prostitution
  • Public Law 
  • Racial profiling
  • Rehabilitation in prison
  • Riots
  • Serial killers
  • Sodomy laws
  • Undercover police
  • Voting rights for felons
  • Warren court
  • Witness protection program
  • Anthropology
  • History and Geography
  • Human Geography
  • Linguistics
  • Literature and Poetry
  • Museums & heritage
  • Music and Art 
  • Philosophy 
  • Regional Studies
  • Religious studies 
  • Adult and Continuing Education 
  • Civic Education and Leadership 
  • Distance Education
  • Early Childhood Education 
  • Education Policy  
  • Educational Theory  
  • E-Learning
  • Psychology and Counseling 
  • Rehabilitation Counseling 
  • Special Education

Keynote Speaker

prof. dr hab. Joanna Madalińska-Michalak

  • Features at the university: Head of the Department of Didactics and Pedeutology
  • University of Warsaw

Submit Your Paper

When selecting a platform to publish your paper, what factors do you consider? Credibility, reach, and evaluation fairness are probably high on your list. If so, FSHCONF is the perfect platform. All papers are evaluated through a double-blind process. Plus, our extensive network of publishers, scientists, researchers, and other members of the academia around the world guarantee extensive reach.

All accepted abstracts will be published in the conference abstract book ISBN 978-609-8239-64-5. All full papers sent for conference proceedings will be accepted through a double blind review process and will be published electronically in proceedings with a DOI number.

ORAL PRESENTATION

Be an oral presenter of the conference and present your research to a truly international audience. Presentation slots are limited, so early submission is strongly encouraged. Send your abstract today.

POSTER PRESENTATION

Send your research paper to be a poster presenter at the conference and show your research work to the audience throughout the conference days.

VIRTUAL PRESENTER

If you can’t attend the conference in person but want to share your research with our international community, join as a virtual presenter.

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who should attend

Our event is designed for members of the academia and non-profit, public, and private sector members who are interested in the latest research and academic developments in the field of Social Sciences and Humanities.

4 Ways You Can Join

Speak at the event

Present a poster

Submit a paper

Join as a delegate

Registration Fee

REGISTRATION

Deadline: 26 Jun 2019

Authors (Student): €205
Authors (Regular): €230
Listener: €110
Virtual Delegate: €120
Extra Papers: €75

Why attend FSHCONF

  1. Gain insights into the latest trends in social sciences, humanities, politics, and communications.
  2. Make valuable connections with the members of the network – academics from all over the world.
  3. Present your research to the audience of your peers and further consolidate your status as a thought leader in the field.
  4. Learn about real-life applications of theoretical concepts and the challenges they present.
  5. Take a tour around Warsaw – a city with incredible history and beautiful sights.

Why Visit Warsaw

Warsaw is a dynamic city that since the collapse of communism has transformed itself into a business hotspot of Central and Eastern Europe. It’s a buzzing place that combines history and innovation-driven culture. You have so much to see here: the Old Town - UNESCO’s World Heritage Site, the Palace of Culture and Science, Łazienki Park, and more.

To help you make the most out of your visit, we are organizing a free tour for all of the participants of FSHCONF.

See you in Warsaw!

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Conference Venue

SWPS UNIVERSITY IN WARSAW

Address: Chodakowska 19/31, 03-815 Warsaw, Poland.

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