About Humanities Conference

After hosting a successful first, Second, and Third Edition of the International Conference on Research in Humanities (human rights conference) in London and Paris in 2019 and Oxford in 2021, we are launching the 4th edition in Oxford, on the 26 -28 of November 2021. We used the overwhelmingly positive feedback from our past attendees to create an even bigger and better event, that will continue to offer its attendees relevant content delivered by preeminent speakers in the field of humanities.

Learning and collaboration are at the core of the human rights conference (ICRHCONF). Join the event and experience the vibrant environment of the conference, explore one of the most beautiful cities in the world on a free guided tour, and find collaborators for your next research project. Hurry up and sign up to join the event. We look forward to welcoming new and returning attendees in the city of lights!

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Human Right Conference Theme and Topics

The conference is seeking submissions related to the following conference topics: philosophy, history, arts, Language and Literature, and Society and sociology, Other related topics will also be considered.

Submitted abstracts will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee. If the abstract is accepted, the author agrees to send a 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 All submissions should report original and previously unpublished research results no matter the type of research paper you are presenting.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.

– Please submit your papers via ONLINE SUBMISSION FORM.

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Join in Roundtable Discussion

ICRHCONF will feature various formats of learning and information sharing, including Roundtables. With limited seating, a Roundtable will give the participants an opportunity to take a deeper dive into specific topics. This is a highly interactive session and each participant is expected to contribute, be it in the form of posing relevant questions, identifying challenges, sharing research findings, or brainstorming solutions.

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Why Oxford?

Oxford is a diverse and historic city, just a short distance to the west of London. It’s a major British and European centre for the arts, science, technology and innovation, and a fantastic place to live and study. For centuries, scholars, artists, writers, scientists and film-makers have found inspiration in Oxford’s spectacular architecture—the city’s famous ‘dreaming spires’. Oxford’s complex history has given rise to its unique character. Around the splendid, medieval core of the ancient University and its colleges, there’s a bustling, welcoming modern city.

Oxford is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the UK, with a vibrant and cosmopolitan community. Home to two major universities, it has some 40,000 students, almost a quarter of the city’s population, who come from all over the world. In Oxford, you’re never far away from green spaces—there are parks, gardens and meadows throughout the city, which is also surrounded by rolling countryside. The rivers running through the city give rise to Oxford’s famous traditions of rowing and punting, with miles of scenic waterways to enjoy.

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