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Topics and Subtopics

  • Performance in Late Antiquity and Byzantium
    • Text and Performance
    • Somatic Performance
    • Visuality As Performance
    • Ritual And Performance
    • Rhetorical Performance In The Public Sphere
    • Sound As Performance
    • Performance In Everyday Life
  • Literature
    • Literary theory
    • Literary criticism
    • Authors and reference books.
    • Literary genres. Comparison between genres.
    • Comparison between characters.
    • Global literature.
    • Symbolisms in literature.
    • Literature and cultural diversity.
    • Oral tradition.
    • Historic context.
    • Politics, religion and values in literature.
  • Thought and history
    • History
    • History of art.
    • Philosophy.
    • Anthropology.
    • Ethnology.
    • Archeology.
    • History, nature and evolution of language.
    • Philosophy of language. Philosophy of the mind
    • Linguistics. Semiotics.
    • Museology.
    • Musicology.
  • Social humanities
    • Political Sciences.
    • The human and the social: interdisciplinary studies.
    • Linguistics and cultural diversity.
    • Interacciones humanas y medios de comunicación.
    • New media and human behavior.
    • The role of race, ethnicity, education, social class, age and religion in defining social structures within a culture.
    • Aging
    • The expansion and access of rights through the concepts of justice and human rights.
    • Migration. International relations. Globalisation
    • Cultural heritage.
  • Humanities and education
    • Teaching and learning of the humanities.
    • Acquisition of language.
    • Psychology of the education.
    • Language learning.
    • Personal and professional development.
  • Humanities, libraries and digital publications
    • The book. Past, present and future. E-books E-readers Smartphones
    • Edition. From textuality to multimodality.
    • Intellectual Property Rights. Copyright.
    • Open access, open licenses, free culture and free software. Creative Commons
    • Libraries, archives and metrics. Bibliometry Webometry
    • The new role of librarians, editors, booksellers, authors and readers.
    • New models and editorial processes. The self-publication Print on demand.
  • Humanities, science and technology
    • Man and his environment. The 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.
    • Science, technology and culture.
    • Transhumanism. Posthumanism
    • Minds and machines. Philosophy of the mind.
    • Neurophilosophy.
    • Artificial intelligence.
    • The Humanity and the media.
    • Science fiction.