Want to get to know our new web portal?

We are pleased to announce the launch of the new academic portal. There you will find information not only about conferences, books and journals in this community, but also other academic communities managed by Global Knowledge Academics.

We have a welcome gift waiting for you!

From January 1 to March 30, 2020 you can download voucher discounts of 25 EUR/USD on the website of each of the 2020 conferences.

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A Knowledge Community

This knowledge community has a common interest in complex and subtle issues surrounding the Human Sciences and related disciplines.  The members of this scholarly knowledge community meet once a year in person, during the International Congress, and communicate their findings formally through the Journal Collection. Members who form this community of knowledge are academics, researchers, scholars, cultural consultants, and doctoral students.

International Congress

The members of this scholarly knowledge community, as well as first-time attendees, come from all over the world. The International Congress on Human Sciences began in Montreal, Canada in 2012 and since then, it has been held in cities of worldwide interest (Budapest, Madrid, Vancouver). This international congress is a place for critical exchange of ideas, both for leading scholars in this field of study and for emerging promising researchers, postdocs, and graduate students. Those who can not attend the congress may prefer to submit a manuscript for review and possible publication in the journals.

Visit the Congress.

Journal Collection

By participating in the Community of Human Sciences, the delegates can submit a manuscript to the associated journals, which are interdisciplinary, inclusive, and open access. All the journals are double-blind peer reviewed, which enables authors to publish in rigorous academic journals with the highest quality standards.

Visit the Journal Collection

News and Social Networks

Our News section is constantly posting brief updates on the Human Sciences Knowledge Community, as well as the major developments in this field. You can also join this dialogue through our pages on Facebook and Twitter.

Visit the News.