• Literary theory.
  • Literary criticism.
  • Traditional major authors and major works. Comparisons between novels.
  • Literary genres. Comparisons between genres.
  • Comparisons between characters.
  • Global literature.
  • Symbolisms in literature.
  • Literature of cultural diversity.
  • Oral tradition.
  • Historical background.
  • Politics, religion and values in literature.

Thought and History

  • History. History of art.
  • Philosophy. Anthropology. Ethnology.
  • Archaeology. Paleontology.
  • History, nature and evolution of language(s).
  • Philosophy of language. Philosophy of mind.
  • Linguistics. Semiotics.
  • Museology.
  • Musicology.

Humanities and Education

  • Teaching and learning the humanities.
  • Language acquisition.
  • Psychology of education.
  • Learning a foreign language.
  • Professional development.

Digital Humanities, Libraries, and Publishing

  • The book. Past and future. E-books. E-readers. Smartphones.
  • Publishing. From textuality to multimodality.
  • Intellectual property rights. Copyright.
  • Open data, open access, open licenses, free culture, open source, free software. Creative Commons.
  • Libraries, archives, and metrics. Bibliometrics. Webometrics.
  • The new role of librarians, publishers, booksellers, authors, and readers.
  • New editorial processes and models.
  • Digital humanities projects and methodologies. Self-publihing. Print on demand.

Social Humanities

  • Political science.
  • The human and the social: interdisciplinary studies.
  • Linguistic and cultural diversity.
  • Mediated human interactions.
  • New media and human behavior.
  • Role of race, ethnicity, education, class, age, and religion in defining social structures within a culture.
  • Aging.
  • Expansion and access of rights through concepts of justice and human rights.
  • Migration. International relations. Globalization.
  • Cultural heritage.

Humanities, Science, and Technology

  • Environmental humanities. Impact of human activities on the environment. Anthropocene. Deep ecology.
  • Digital humanities. Digital libraries. Hypertexts. Multimodality.
  • History and philosophy of science.
  • History and philosophy of technology.
  • Science, technology, and values.
  • Sciences, technology, and culture.
  • Transhumanism. Posthumanism.
  • Minds and machines. Philosophy of mind.
  • Neurophilosophy.
  • Artificial intelligence.
  • Mass media and human being.
  • Science fiction.

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