The European Conference Series – Week 4 Report
Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16, 2015
Brighton, United Kingdom
Conference Theme: “Power”
For our second consecutive year, the European Conference on Arts & Humanities was held alongside The European Conference Literature & Librarianship, The European Conference on Media, Communication & Film and The European Conference on Cultural Studies at Thistle Brighton, Brighton, United Kingdom From July 13 – July 16, 2015. This final conference weekend was a very successful conclusion to our third European Conference Series.
Around 165 delegates from over 35 countries gathered in Brighton, United Kingdom came together to study and analysis the different expressions of power, from serious existential questions at the personal level to complex social and even political problems at a wider level amongst the interdisciplinary approaches of Film, Media and Communications, Librarianship, Literature, the Arts and Humanities with the resultant exchanges stimulating synergies that crossed national, religious, cultural, social and artistic boundaries, a mission central to the global vision of IAFOR.
IAFOR would like to thank our Keynote, Featured and Spotlight Speakers Dr. Paul Lowe, Marcus Chidgey, Rodney F. Hill, Jon Elford, Dr. Elizabeth Burrows, Professor Regenia Gagnier, and Professor Svetlana Ter-Minasova, who made the final European conference week such a positive experience for those in attendance. We would also like to thank our brilliant team of Conference Co-chairs and Program Advisors Professor Gary E. Swanson, Professor Baden Offord, Professor Donald E. Hall, Dr. Myles Chilton, Dr. Dickson Chiu, Dr. Patrick Lo and our chair of the IAFOR International Advisory Board Professor Stuart D. B. Picken.
Information about our 2016 European conferences is available here.