The Conference will be held at the Orlando, FL Hilton at Walt Disney World from Sunday, November 14th through Tuesday, November 16th.
This interdisciplinary conference draws together faculty members, research scientists, and professionals from the humanities, and provide them with the opportunity to interact with colleagues from the same field and from other, related fields. Cross-disciplinary submissions are particularly encouraged as is participation by international scholars. The disciplines represented will include:
- Anthropology; Cultural Studies:
- Area Studies (e.g. Africa, Asia, Europe, America)
- Art & Art History
- Communication, Journalism and Media Studies
- Music; Drama
- Race, Gender, Ethnicity
- Religion, Theology
- Other areas of Arts and Humanities
Participants are welcome to submit a paper proposal to present either a 30-minute presentation, or to jointly present a 90-minute colloquium session. We try to organize parallel sessions into tracks through the conference that reflect different perspectives or disciplines. The type of papers presented include: research articles and theoretical articles, as well as papers prepared by practitioners that deal with application, best practices, and case studies.
This is a presenter’s conference, and we strongly encourage people to attend the various sessions throughout the three-day meeting. The conference registration fee includes a plated lunch each day of the conference, as well as an opening night reception, providing attendees an opportunity to meet and get to know each other. Student registration rates are $300, and faculty registration rates are $375.