Redefining Identities, Cultures, and Humanities Academic Research Conference

Washington DC | September 28, 2018

The conference will be held at Holiday Inn Washington-College Pk (I-95)- 10000 Baltimore Ave, College Park, MD 20740​

The conference venue can be found here
The registration types and fees can be foundhere​​

Abstract submission requirements can be found here

Call for Abstracts

The International Conference on Redefining Identities, Cultures, and Humanities (ICH Conference) aims to bring together researchers, scientists, academics, educators, anthropologists, philosophers, writers, practitioners and scholar students to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and research results about all aspects of interculturalism, multiculturalism, humanities, liberal arts education, social sciences, cultural studies, arts management, composition studies, education psychology, popular cultures, women's studies, and interdisciplinary studies. 

Also, the conference provides an excellent venue for you to meet experts and researchers and present your projects to receive quality feedback. ​

Speakers and presenters will share new concepts, best practices, knowledge,  experience, strategies, and solutions, with a focus on promoting interculturalism, multiculturalism, human rights, diversity and economic justice, knowledge, sustainable development, cultural diversity, ​research and development, innovation, and quality of life in modern societies.  

Topics of interest

Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

​ 1. Transculturalism, Multiculturalism, and Interculturalism
 2. Education, Racial Issues, and Literacy Perspectives 
3. Intercultural Experience, Acculturation, and Criticism
4. Minorities, Social Issues, and Civil Rights
5. Psychology of Violence and Multiculturalism
 6. Minority Children, Teaching Theory, and Cultures
7. Ancient History, African History, African-American History
8. Caribbean History, Francophone Africa, and Postcolonialism

9. Minorities, Stereotypes, and Economic Pressures

10. Postcolonialism, Black Experience, and Identity
​11. Economics, Race, and Inequalities

​12. Asian Studies, African Studies, European Studies, and Jew Studies
​13. Sustainable Development, Climate Change, Human Rights
​14. American Studies, Arab Studies, and Hispanic Studies
​15. Humanism, Feminism, Gender, Behavioral Perspective
16. Popular Culture, Mass Consumption, and Technology
17. Women's Studies, Women's Rights, and Feminism Theory
18. Asian Cultures, Asian-American Communities, and Identities
19. Cultural Anthropology, Religion, Environmental Anthropology
​20. Racial Equality, Health Disparity, and Income Disparity

PowerPoint Presentations: At the conference, the presentation room will be equipped with a laptop, a digital projector and a projector screen. The laptop will be set up for PowerPoint presentations. presenters are asked to save their presentations in a compatible format. There is a 25-minute limit per presentation.

The conference welcomes proposals from experts in social sciences, humanities, public policy, and scholars, academics, consultants, professional researchers, independent scholars, practitioners, artists and performers, and PhD/graduate. We also welcome case studies, work-in-progress reports, or proposals in order to generate discussion and feedback in any of the conference topic areas. 

Notification of Acceptance:  With in one week of submission time.

Proposals are due: September 15, 2018

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