Athens (April 2023)

Fourth Round History

The 4th round of the International Conference on Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts took place in 21-23 April 2023 in the beautiful city of Athens, Greece. The conference aimed at bringing together brightest minds in social sciences.


Participants from across the globe joined the 4th ICSHA conference and:

  • interacted with new people and share ideas
  • created enduring connections
  • broadened their knowledge and get access to job possibilities
  • collaborated with others to solve issues in their area of expertise
  • shared their thoughts and efforts with others
  • gained knowledge of contemporary trends and developments in their area
  • established connections with peers and those who share same interests

Very interesting presentations were delivered during the conference sessions. The attendees were from various academic back grounds and fields which made the conference a unique experience for sharing experience.

Virtual Session

Highlighted Speakers

Name Affliation Article title
Dr.  Lila Mastora  ActionAid Hellas, Greece  Third country national women’s access to training and employment in Greece 
Stacy Jarvis  The University of Manchester, United Kingdom  Opera Orchestra of the 17th Century: Between Renaissance and Classicism 
Márk Hegedüs  University of Pécs, Hungary  Examining the validity and reliability of generalized trust measuring 
Robert Gresham  Ulster University, United Kingdom  The American Filmmaking Manipulation of a Translated Novel: David Fincher’s adaptation of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo 
Dr. Tea Meshvelishvili The University of Georgia, Georgia Ottoman policy in the South Caucasus – Trabzon and Batumi Conferences (1917-1918)
Prof. Dr. Tamriko Lekiashvili The University of Georgia, Georgia Russian imperialist interests in the South Caucasus in the XVI-XVII centuries (according to the questionnaires of the Russian ambassadors)
Péter Szegedi  University of Pécs Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Hungary  Youth against the Orbán-regime: Young supporters of the Hungarian Two-tailed Dog Party and Beyond 
Dr. Rahimah Mohamed Yunos  Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia  The effects of work-life conflict on female career advancement 
Dr. Ly Tien  Becamex Business School, Eastern International University, Vietnam  The Vietnam War and the Contemporaneous Pop Music of South Vietnam 
Dr. Hulya Dogan  Université de Bretagne Occidentale, France  The Place of Ali’s Representative Picture in Alevis’ Memory 
Dr. Ana Tereza Zelinski  Primary school "Vjekoslav Klaic", Garcin, Croatia  The treatment of the local inhabitants of Slavonia by Austro-Hungarian authorities before, during and after the Great War 
Pragya Paneru  Nepal Commerce Campus, Nepal  Students’ Creative Writings Mirroring the Social Reality 
Dr. Zia Ul Haq  University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates  Maintaining Social Order through Beliefs: A Focused Study of Islamic Belief System 
Haleemath Nahula Ahmed  Maldives National University, Maldives  Women Owned MSMEs in the Greater Male’ Region – An exploratory study on their level of economic empowerment 
Yijia Zhang  Liupanshui Normal University, China  Action Research on Oral Production of Integrated English Blended Teaching based on POA 
Nindya Dhaneswara  Graduate school of Global Diaspora Studies, Chonnam National University, South Korea  Minority Feelings Chinese Ethnic In Indonesia 
Ha Jin I  Chonnam National University, South Korea  Gender issues effects of Vietnamese – Korean multicultural families 
Dr. Isaac Eshun  University of Education, Winneba, Ghana  Teacher -Trainees Use of Formative Assessment Techniques in Assessing Students’ Learning: A Multiple Case Study of Colleges of Education in the Western North Region of Ghana 
Julieta Matevosyan Hitotsubashi University, Japan The Role of Remittances and Youth Unemployment Rates in University Enrollment: Evidence from Post-Soviet States
Fathimath Eema Hussain  Maldives National University, Maldives  An exploratory study on the maternity leave policy and normative discrimination in the Greater Male’ Region 
Prof. Dr. Zuleica Camargo Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, Brazil The Phonetic Approach to Voice Qualities: Some Insights On Tongue Settings