Call for Papers - Conference Themes and Topics

The International Conference on Arts, Humanities and Interdisciplinary Studies (ICAHIS 2024)  is the premier forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in in the fields of social sciences, humanities and arts. (ICAHIS 2024) is pleased to announce its 1st annual conference, which will be held in State University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz , Poland May 16-17, 2024.

This prestigious conference on social sciences, humanities and arts aims to bring together leading scholars, academics, students and researchers to share their research findings with global experts in order to address important topics within the field including cultural change and transformation, communication and media studies, globalization and internationalization, human rights and social justice, language and linguistics, literature and poetry, philosophy and ethics, psychology and behavioral sciences, sociology and anthropology. 

We invite you to submit your research papers for presentation at the conference. All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed by experts in the field. Selected papers will have publication opportunity in the conference proceedings or journals.

Make your voice heard in the world of social sciences, humanities, and arts - submit your paper today!


(Other related topics will also be considered)


  • New Technologies in Socio-Economic Landscapes

    Examining the role of new technologies in shaping economic opportunities and potential implications for inequality.

    Reshaping Work and Employment: Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Industry 5.0

    Exploring the integration of advanced technologies in industries, its effects on job structures and societal dynamics.

    Human-Centric Approach in Industry 5.0

    Highlighting the shift towards human-centered technologies and its impact on societal transformation.

    Technology, Inequality and Future Economic Landscapes

    Examining how Industry 5.0 influences economic structures and potential measures to address resultant inequalities.

    Digital Divide versus Inclusive Access

    Addressing the disparities in access to new technologies and strategies to bridge the digital divide for marginalized communities.

    Intersectionality of Arts, Humanities, Science and Technology

    Fostering dialogue between diverse disciplines to address global challenges and foster inclusive societies.

    Policymaking in the Era of Rapid Technological Change

    Discussing effective policies that balance technological advancement, social inclusion and sustainable development.

    Innovation and Collaboration for Global Solutions

    Encouraging interdisciplinary collaborations to develop holistic solutions for pressing global issues.

    Education and Skill Development: Digital, Experiential versus the Quantum Age

    Discussing strategies for preparing the workforce for the changing demands and the future job market.


  • Science and Technology for Sustainable Development

    Investigating the role of technology in addressing climate change, ecological sustainability, and green cities.

  • Scientific and Technological Innovation for Sustainable Development Goals

    Discussing how scientific and technological advancements can be leveraged to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

    New Technologies and Environmental Sustainability

    Analyzing the potential of new technologies in mitigating environmental challenges and promoting sustainability.

    Ethical Frameworks in SciTech-driven Development

    Exploring ethical considerations in the use of science and technology for sustainable development and ways to ensure responsible innovation.


Social Dynamics

Exploring the societal implications of in various realms, including sociology, anthropology, and psychology.

Technology and Socioeconomic Disparities

Addressing the impact of technological advancements on different social strata, including issues related to poverty, inequality, and discrimination.

Digital Anthropology and Cultural Shifts

Analyzing the influence of technology on cultures, beliefs, and customs, examining how they evolve and adapt in the digital age.

Ethics and Legal Implications

Delving into the ethical considerations and legal frameworks required in scientific and technological development.

Politics of Technology: Governance and Policies

Discussing the role of politics in shaping technological policies, encompassing areas like privacy, cybersecurity, and open government.

Global Affairs: Impact on International Relations

Exploring how technological advancements influence diplomatic relations, governance models and international organizations.

Philosophical Perspectives

Evaluating philosophical ideologies concerning the evolution of science and technology and its impact on society.

Communication Systems Evolution

Investigating media studies and transformations in the communication patterns, as well as implications of these changes.

Psychological Well-being in a SciTech-Driven Era

Investigating the psychological effects of technology, including addiction, mental health.

Technology in Education: Innovations and Challenges

Assessing the integration of technology in various educational domains, addressing its impact and challenges.

Religion vs. Science and Technology: Intersections and Conflicts

Discussing the relationship between science, technology, religious beliefs, and how these interact in contemporary society.

Artistic Expression and Technology

Exploring the fusion of arts, creativity, and technology, examining its implications on artistic movements, symbolism and cultural expressions.

Impact of Science and Technology on Entrepreneurship and Economy

Examining how science and technology influences economic landscapes.

Managing Change Processes: Concepts of Development in Modern Organizations

Investigating global & regional innovation systems, research & development activities, as well as mechanisms of innovation networks and knowledge capital. Exploring the new competences of organization management.



Language, Literature and Identity

Analyzing the role of language in shaping individual and collective identities, as depicted in literature, arts, and cultural expressions.

Multilingualism and Global Communication

Addressing the dynamics of multilingual societies, communication challenges, and the influence of language diversity on globalization.

Language Acquisition in the Digital Age

Discussing the impact of technology on language learning, acquisition, and linguistic cognition among diverse populations.

Language and Computational Linguistics

Analyzing the intersection of natural language processing, artificial intelligence, machine learning and linguistics in understanding and developing language technologies.

Language, Ethics and Societal Values

Examining ethical implications embedded within language use, linguistic biases and their impact on social values.

Translation Studies and Cultural Exchange

Discussing the role of translation in bridging cultures, fostering understanding, and preserving linguistic heritage.

Language Policies in Education and Society

Evaluating the impact of language policies on education, social inclusion, and community dynamics.

Language, Power and Social Structures

Investigating the relationship between language, power dynamics, social hierarchies, and access to resources.

Language Diversity and Inclusivity

Addressing the importance of embracing linguistic diversity and strategies for promoting inclusive language practices in various societal domains.