Humanities and Social Sciens

20-22 August 2021 | Dublin, Republic of Ireland

HSCONF linguistics conference will strengthen and broaden your academic network worldwide

The 6th International Conference on New Findings on Humanities and Social Sciences aspires to offer an interdisciplinary platform to practitioners, researchers, and university teachers to present and discuss the most recent trends, and approaches as well as challenges encountered, and practical solutions adopted within the specialized fields of language, literature, and linguistics. The Review Committee of HSCONF language conference awaits all research papers, and posters presenting contemporary developments and ideas in the fields of dialects, literary styles and movements, literary theory, minority languages, multilingualism, musical theater, myth and folklore and all other relevant themes and topics. Join us on August 20-22 in Dublin, at University Club.

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Paper Publication

Publication opportunity in ISI and Scopus indexed journals

Abstract Format

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Full paper Format

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Poster Format

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Conference Venue

Campus Pierre & Marie Curie, pairs

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Conference History

The Previous Rounds of HS Conference

Language Conference Topics:

  • African Literature
  • American Literature
  • Asian Literature
  • Bilingualism
  • British Literature
  • Children’s Literature
  • Drama
  • English language teaching
  • Euphemisms
  • European Literature
  • Fairy tales
  • Fiction
  • Folklore
  • Grammar and Word Use
  • Humorous Literature
  • Language Acquisition
  • Language and Advertising
  • Language and Cultural Identity
  • Language and Gender
  • Language and Power
  • Language and Technology
  • Language and the Media
  • Language Disorders
  • Language of Politics
  • Languages and Dialects
  • Literary Styles and Movements
  • Literary Theory
  • Minority languages
  • Multilingualism
  • Musical Theater
  • Mystery and Detective Fiction
  • Myth and Folklore
  • Nonfiction
  • Novels
  • Offensive Language
  • Philosophy of Language
  • Phonetics
  • Phonology
  • Poetry
  • Professional Jargon
  • Science fiction
  • Semantics
  • Short Stories
  • Standard and Non-Standard English
  • Symbolism
  • Terminology
  • Theater
  • Written Language

  • Sign Language
  • Artificial languages
  • Borrowed words
  • Constructed languages
  • Discourse Analysis
  • Figurative Language
  • Language revitalization
  • Language and Advertising
  • Linguistic Anthropology
  • Linguistic Change
  • Metaphor
  • Philology
  • Philosophy of Language
  • Pidgins
  • Pragmatics
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Psychology of Language
  • Regional languages
  • Secret languages
  • Semiotics
  • Sociolinguistics

  • Adult and Continuing Education
  • Civic Education and Leadership
  • Classroom Management
  • Curriculum & Instruction
  • Distance Education
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Elementary Education
  • Education Policy
  • Educational Administration
  • Educational Psychology
  • Educational Standards
  • Educational Technology
  • Educational Theory
  • E-Learning
  • Higher Education
  • History of Education
  • Humanities Education
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Learning Styles & Theories
  • Science Education
  • Social Studies Education
  • Special Education
  • Testing & Assessment

  • Advertising
  • Bot journalists
  • Business & Organizational Communication
  • Cartoons
  • Comic strips
  • Communication Arts
  • Communication Management
  • Education Communications and Technology
  • Embedded journalism
  • Fake news
  • Film & Cinema
  • Human Communication
  • Information Communication
  • Internet
  • Journalism
  • Language and Communication
  • Media ethics
  • Media Studies
  • Political Communication
  • Press embargoes
  • Print Media
  • Privacy
  • Public Relations
  • Publishing
  • Radio
  • Slanting
  • Social & Ethical Issues in Communication
  • Social media
  • Social media literacy
  • Social networking
  • Tabloids
  • Telecommunications
  • Television
  • Yellow journalism

Other related Social Sciences and Humanities, tracks and topics will also be considered.

Submitted abstracts will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee. If abstract is accepted, author agrees to send full text paper, including results, tables, figures and references. All submissions should report original and previously unpublished research results no matter the type of research paper you are presenting. Full text papers (.docx and .doc) will be accepted by Electronic Submission Form. Manuscripts should meet the format set by the Conference committee and are subject to review.

Keynote Speaker

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Professor. Colette Murphy

Professor Colette Murphy is director of STEM education research and communication in the School of Education, Trinity College Dublin. She has been a teacher educator for over 25 years, and researches science learning and teaching from early years to adulthood. She is a Vygotsky scholar and has recently submitted a manuscript of her book, Vygotsky and Science Education,to Springer Publishing.

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