Humanities conferences 2020
ICRBS is a leading social sciences, humanities, and communications conference – a must-attend event of the year. Gathering 300 attendees from around the world, the 7th International Conference on Research in Behavioral and Social Sciences will feature presentations by acclaimed scholars, academics, and researchers. Taking place in Amsterdam, Netherlands on October 23-25,2020, previous editions of the event were hosted by London(United Kingdom), Barcelona (Spain), Istanbul (Turkey), Tehran (Iran), Amsterdam (Netherlands), and Saint Peters burg (Russia). The overwhelming support and stellar feedback from past participants make us confident that the 2020 edition will continue the tradition of exceeding participants’ expectations.
ICRBS is a place to learn, present, network, and challenge ideas. Learn about the latest trends in the industry, present your research findings to a network of peers, engage in discussions on common challenges and solutions, and explore London.
Behavioral and social sciences is an ever-evolving field and it requires cross-border knowledge sharing to stay at the top of the profession. Join humanities conference and immerse yourself in three days of learning.
Your health and safety is of utmost importance to us. That’s why we take every precaution possible to create a safe learning environment, which includes:
- Distribution of medical masks and gloves to all participants. We will be strictly enforcing the rule to wear the mask at all times during the conference.
- Disinfection of the premises. The venue will be thoroughly disinfected before the event, following each conference day, and during breaks in between presentations.
- Disinfection of the equipment. Following each presentation, all equipment, including the laptop and slide pointers, will be thoroughly disinfected.
- Distanced seating. The seating will be arranged so that each participant is able to maintain a safe distance from others.
- Packaged meals. As opposed to a more traditional buffet, the participants will be catered packaged meals, which are prepared in accordance with WHO’s food safety guidance.
Last Round History
We are delighted to report that the 2019 edition of the International Conference on Research in Behavioral and Social Sciences – ICRBS – exceeded our and attendees’ expectations. Hosted on the 26th-28th of July, it was the 6th year we organized the event. This time it took place in London, UK.
Our scientific committee picked out presentations that truly added value to the knowledge of everyone involved. Presentations covered a wide spectrum of topics, including violence in schools, the effects of digital media on female comedians, judicial analysis of potentials of conflicts between customers and financial institutions, and many others…
DATES TO PUT IN YOUR CALENDAR
Paper Submission Deadline
01 October 2020
10 October 2020
Prof. Orhan Agirdag (Ağırdağ)
Topic: “Dealing with cultural diversity in schools: Implications for educational inequality”
Orhan Agirdag (Ağırdağ) is a professor of education at KU Leuven, the University of Amsterdam and a member of the Young Academy of Belgium. Formerly, he was a Fulbright fellow at the UCLA. His research interests include teacher education, early childhood education and multilingualism. He is an author of more than hundred publications that are frequently cited. His research has received multiple awards. Prof. dr. Orhan Agirdag has held grants by NWO, FWO and BOF and supervises several PhDs and postdocs. He is frequently invited to give keynotes speeches and his opinions are regularly featured in the Belgian and Dutch media.
How you can benefit from humanities conference
Do an oral or virtual presentation
Do you want to share the findings of your latest research via a presentation? Apply to be a speaker at this highly respected humanities conferences 2020. If you can’t participate in-person, send a request to join as a virtual speaker.
Network with your peers
Not all learning happens in seminars. Much of it takes place on the networking floor as you engage in lively discussions with participants from all over the world.
Present your poster
Poster presentations is a fantastic way to get feedback and share your research with an audience of peers. Facilitate a discussion, test your ideas, and receive recognition for your work.
humanities conferences 2020 offers a premier publishing platform for members of the academia. Submit your paper and have it reviewed by the conference committee.
Learn from thought leaders
With dozens of presentations and seminars by leading academics in the field, humanities conferences 2020 is a unique opportunity to learn from the brightest minds.
Organizing Committee will offer the all participants a city tour free of charge, so learn about Amsterdam’s vibrant past and present, with a friendly local guide.
GET YOUR PAPER PUBLISHED
humanities conference (ICRBS) publishes selected papers and distributes them to the participants as well as its extensive international network outside of the event. Apply to have your paper published and share your findings with a global community of peers, students, faculty members, and other members of the academia around the world.
- All accepted research papers will be published and indexed in the conference proceedings.
- Each Paper will be assigned Digital Object Identifier (DOI) from Cross References.
- The proceedings will be submitted to Google Scholar for Indexing.
- All papers have the publication opportunity in ISI and Scopus indexed journals, among others.
All accepted papers will be published in the conference Proceedings ISBN 978-609-485-068-4. 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.
EXPLORE AMSTERDAM ON A FREE TOUR
All participants are invited to join a free tour around Amsterdam
Amsterdam is well known for a few things. Firstly, it’s known as the cycling capital of Europe. Locals cycle everywhere – to work, on dates, to the shops and even home from nights out. Bikes have right of way in this amazing city, so keep an eye out for them and try not to get in the way. It’s easy to see the city by bike and there are loads of places where you can rent bicycles.
Everyone knows about Amsterdam’s coffee houses, where they sell a lot more than just hot drinks. There are a few really famous ones, but there is a great selection of coffee houses to visit and tourists flock from all over the world to smoke marijuana and relax with friends. It’s legal in Holland and it’s perfectly acceptable. There are lots of coffee shops in Amsterdam and the distinct smell is everywhere. Beer is also excellent in Amsterdam. Holland is famous for its beer and there are many great bars to enjoy it in.
Take a stroll along the canals, stop by one of the city’s famous museums, sit in a coffee shop and spend some time watching the world go by, hire a pedalo, enjoy some Dutch cuisine and check out the city’s vibrant nightlife.
Hotel Casa Amsterdam
Address: Eerste Ringdijkstraat 4, 1097 BC Amsterdam, Netherlands
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