Conference Topics

Conference Title                        5th Academic International Conference on Multi-Disciplinary Studies and Education - AICMSE
Conference Dates                      22nd-24th January 2018
Deadline for Abstract                11th December 2017
Conference Venue                      University of Oxford, St Anne's College, Oxford, United Kingdom

AICMSE encourage submissions within multidisciplinary studies and education and across a variety of related disciplines and fields. Papers may address, but are not restricted to, the main theme from any of the following sub-themes. Unlisted but related sub-topics are also acceptable.

Education 

  • Education, Equality and Development 
  • Education for inclusion and citizenship
  • Disability and inclusion in international contexts 
  • Marginalised children, youth and adults’ participation in education
  • Urban and rural education 
  • Human rights and international education 
  • Securitizaition, surveillance and youth studies 
  • Disadvantaged Youth 
  • Peace and conflict studies in education 
  • Migration and refugee studies in education 
  • Educational Leadership and Policy 
  • Evaluation and strategies for educational Change 
  • Pedagogy, Language and Culture in Education 
  • Pedagogy and empowerment 
  • Psychology and Education 
  • Science, Technology and Education 
  • Education management and administration
Gender Studies 
  • Gender Theory 
  • Gender, Race and Nation 
  • Women Literature 
  • Leadership, Ethics and Democracy 
  • Psychology of Human Sexuality 
  • Psychology of Women 
  • Ethno-Cultural Issues 
  • Global Diversity 
  • Women, Employment and Society 
  • Social Stratification and Inequality 
  • Violence 
Social Justice and Sociology 
  • Contemporary Social Problems 
  • Comparative Societies 
  • Social and Gender Stratification 
  • Media, Society and Identity 
  • Public Health Concepts 
  • Sociology and Criminology 
  • Women and Crime
  • Family violence
Interdisciplinary Environment Studies 
  • Principles of Environmental Health 
  • The World Environment, humans and society 
  • Conservation and Sustainability of Environmental Resources 
  • Environmental Policy and Management 
  • Integrated Environmental Assessment methodologies
  • Geospatial technologies and their use
  • Disaster Management 
  • Environmental Law and Ethics 
  • Environmental Economics 
  • European Environmental Policy 
  • Environmental Psychology 
  • Gender, environment and development 
Urban and Regional Studies
  • Urban policy and state practices on social justice and their impact 
  • Sustainable urban development 
  • Sustainable energy and urban transportation
  • Spatial analysis
  • Urban lives and social change
  • Urban, regional and community governance 
  • Historic preservation policy and architectural analysis 
  • Solid waste management 
  • Infrastructure and urban systems 
  • Build environment and child development 
Philosophy 
  • Ancient, Medieval and Modern Philosophy 
  • Analytical Philosophy 
  • Philosophy of Religion 
  • Political Philosophy 
  • Philosophy of Law and Psychology 
  • Ethics and Good Life 
  • Environmental Ethics; Medical Ethics; Business Ethics 
  • Minds, Machines and Cognition 
  • Logic and Symbolic Logic
Business Management and Law 
  • Contemporary Business Issues 
  • Social Justice 
  • Constitutional and Administrative law 
  • Employability and Professionalism 
  • Contemporary Management 
  • Employment Law 
  • Crisis and Business Continuity Management