Conference History – Second Round

The 2nd International Conference on Modern Approach in Humanities and Social Sciences – ICMHS – took place between the 15th and 17th of November, 2019 in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Erasmus University Rotterdam, with its commitment to the highest standards of education, made for a perfect venue for this premier academic conference.

The program featured research on such subjects as re-reading the propaganda and counter-propaganda history of South Africa, using role-play in enhancing speaking skills and confidence of Malaysian primary school students, gender differences and the effects of sibling composition on parents’ educational expectations, and various others. Both oral and poster presentations facilitated lively discussions. Roundtables and workshops allowed the audience to dive deeper into specific topics.

The participants of ICMHS 2019 came from some of the leading academic institutions around the world, including from India, Argentina, South Africa, Bulgaria, Malaysia, Hungary, Israel, China, Turkey, Bangladesh, and numerous others. This event allowed them to engage in cross-border and cross-industry knowledge sharing, which is always the driving force behind ICMHS.

We look forward to welcoming the attendees to ICMHS 2023. Just like in 2019, it’ll include a free guided tour of the city, allowing the participants take back home not only a treasure-trove of knowledge, but wonderful memories of exploring a new city and culture.

Conference Proceeding

Highlighted Speakers

Author Article title Affiliation
social sciences conference Mr. Giray Gerim A Theoretical Survey on the Populist Impulse in Conservative Nationalism Eötvös Loránd University
social sciences conference Mr. Franklin Shapiro The Power of Myth: A Case for a Woman Pope Independent researcher
social sciences conference Mrs. Reham Abujarad Using Role-play in Enhancing Speaking Skills and Confidence of Malaysian Primary School Students: A new Approach Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
social sciences conference Dr. Siyasanga M. Tyali Re-reading the propaganda and counter-propaganda history of South Africa: on African National Congress’s (ANC) anti-apartheid Radio Freedom University of South Africa
social sciences conference Ms. Bhakti Deodhar Alternative für Deutschland’: A Conservative Challenge Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
social sciences conference Dr. John Chidubem Nwaogaidu African Marriage Ritual and Christianity: A Social Anthropological Study of Igbo Society University of Nigeria, Nsukka
social sciences conference Ms. Alina Nidagundi The Quest for Identity in Tabish Khair’s “Just Another Jihadi Jane” and Archana Painuly’s “Where Do I Belong?” Riga Technical University, University of Latvia
social sciences conference Tina Satieva Types of Image Making activities. The image-maker in a Higher Education Institution South-West Univeristy “Neofit Rilski”
social sciences conference Dr. Ramzi Bendebka Factors Contributing To Non-Cooperation In The Middle East and North Africa Region International Islamic University Malaysia
Social Sciences conference Ms. Yun Jiang Gender Differences and the Effects of Sibling Composition on Parents’ Educational Expectations: Findings from a Case of China Nanjing Normal University
social sciences conference Prof.  Jorge Colombo Our Animal Condition and Social Construction U.N.A., CEMIC-CONICET