Calls for papers
8th International Conference on SOCIAL SCIENCES, ARTS & HUMANITIES
Call for abstracts and early bird registrations - July 12 2021.
ISCAH scope comprises broad selection of presentations, studies and scientific papers in the main branches of Humanities & Art as Philosophy, History, Linguistics and Language Studies, Poetry and Literature, Performing and Visual Arts, History of Art, follow studies through the Medieval period up to the rise of the Renaissance studies.
When: in the mid of summer 21.08 – 30.08.2021
Where: at the best Black sea resort and spa – Albena, in 5-star Congress center
- All the articles submissions will be peer reviewed - type double blind, and if accepted, will be published in hard-copy Conference Proceedings with ISSN and ISBN
- All articles accepted after the peer review process, will be sent for evaluation with possible indexation in Web of Science and SCOPUS.
- All articles accepted after the peer review process, will be indexed in Crossref, EBSCO, Google Scholar, Russian Scientific Citation Index (RINZ), Mendeley, British Library and etc.
- All accepted papers will receive an active DOI after publication.
- Authors of selected papers will be invited to publish an extended version in SWS Journal of Social Sciences and Art (jSSA)
Graduate Career Programming at the Centre for Career Action
Note: All workshops in Spring 2021 will be held virtually. Please register for workshops via WaterlooWorks. Instructions on how to register can be found here.
|Now is a great time to update your LinkedIn profile. In this interactive workshop, you will reflect on your skills and knowledge and the brand you want to represent on LinkedIn. You will identify ideas for your profile header, summary and images.||Thursday June 10||10 am – 12 pm|
The Cave Hill Philosophy Symposium 2021
The Cave Hill Philosophy Symposium, June 16-18, will be at the University of the West Indies in Barbados. Jenny Saul is doing the keynote ("Saying the Quiet Part Loud: The Rise of Explicit Racism in US and UK Political Discourse"), and two department students are presenting papers that were originally written for Dr. Saul’s “Social Justice and Philosophy of Language” Class! Tasneem Alsayyed (PhD) is presenting "Hermeneutical Impasses and Heterogeneity in Marginalized Groups", and Zainab Ashraf (UG) is presenting "Rooted in Silence: The Hermeneutical Injustice of the Urdu Word(s) for Rape".
Note that the conference is open to all but folks need to register!
Scholarships, awards and funding opportunities
Career Leader posting
This is a supportive student-facing position that focuses on one-to-one conversations with Waterloo students who are applying for work or further education using a drop-in model. Current students and incoming students are eligible to apply for this paid student position.