Prof. MARIJA LONČAR
Associate professor at the Department of Sociology at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in the University of Split
Topic: RESEARCH ETHICS IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES: Quantitative and Qualitative Research Practice
MARIJA LONČAR is an associate professor at the Department of Sociology at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Split. She teaches methodological courses at the undergraduate and graduate study program in sociology. Her scientific and research areas of interest are sociological methodology, research ethics, sociology of media, sociology of youth and sociology of the body. She participates and presents at international and national scientific conferences. Also, she actively participates in the popularization of science through public discussions, media appearances and lectures. Currently, she is a member of the Presidency of the Croatian Sociological Association and manager of the branch office in Split, as well as the executive editor of the journal Croatian Sociological Review.
Dr. Angela Kahil
Angela Kahil, PhD in History, Societies and Civilizations from INALCO – Paris. Fulbright Leadership Program Alumni, She is a researcher in Women’s History in the Arab World at INALCO and USEK Lebanon.
Dr. Linda Rizk
Dr. Linda Rizk is the director of the Institute of History at Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK), Lebanon. With a PhD in Modern & Contemporary History, she is a dedicated history lecturer with over 13 years of experience. An active researcher of Modern and Contemporary Lebanese History and the broader Middle East History. She is actively involved in university and professional administration, holding membership in research organizations, and participating in various committees and councils related to her field. She has several published books and articles on various subjects such as, the Arab Renaissance and Lebanese history.
Dr. Milan Mašát
Mgr. Milan Mašát, Ph.D., MBA is an assistant professor at the Department of Czech Language and Literature at Palacký University in Olomouc. He also completed the Management in Education programme. In his scientific work he focuses on innovative methods in teaching literature education or contemporary intentional literature with the theme of the Shoah.
Prof. Gholam Reza Mirzaei
Prof. Gholam Reza Mirzaei has a PHD degree in psychology, and now his activities include: teaching at the university, psychotherapy, and scientific research in psychology, and he has presented several articles in various conferences. Furthermore, he is interested in continuing his studies at the post-doctoral level of psychology.
Mr. Abderrezak IDDIR
Abderrezak IDDIR, Holder of a PhD in psychology and education sciences. He is currently a teacher-researcher in psychology, Professor’s rank, at the University “Mouloud Mammeri” Tizi-Ouzou, Algeria. He is particularly interested in the following areas: psychometrics, cognitive psychology, positive psychology and economic psychology.
Ms. Feng Xinger Olivia
Feng Xinger Olivia, is an undergraduate year 4 student from the University of Hong Kong. She is majoring in psychology, and is interested in pursuing further research opportunities in cognitive neuroscience and social psychology.
Dr. Hamad Alajmi
Hamad Alajmi Associate Professor of Arabic literature at Kuwait University, Department of Arabic Language and Literature, College of Art.
– Bachelor degree, in Arabic Language and Literature, 2004, Kuwait University.
– M.A in Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, 2008, Indiana University, Bloomington.
– Ph.D., in Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, 2012, Indiana University, Bloomington.
Mrs. Oana Condurache
Oana Condurache is a first year PhD candidate in Philology at the West University of Timișoara, Romania’s Doctoral School in the Humanities, specializing in American Studies and Ethnic Feminist writings. She completed her dissertation on ethnic autobiographies and childhood trauma. She received 1st prize for her presentation and her published article on the global novel as part of the INTERCULTURALIA International Symposium University of in Iași. Her recent article, “Should Chicano Literature Be Part of the American Studies?” is forthcoming in the American Studies Series.
Miss. Chunyan Jia
Miss Chunyan Jia is a final year PhD candidate in Literary Translation Studies at the University of Warwick. Her research interest includes classical Chinese literature, poetry translation, style and the Stylistics theory. Her PhD thesis is “West-East Interpretation of Classical Chinese and Japanese Literature: A Case Study of Burton Watson’s Translation”.
Dr. Hend Hamed
Dr. Hend Hamed is an assistant professor of English Literature at the department of English, AOU Kuwait. She obtained her M.A. in Irish poetry and PhD in American literature in 2010 and 2014 respectively. She has extensive experience in teaching English language and literature courses in universities in Egypt and Kuwait. She has many publications in reputable journals and presented at several international conferences. Her research interests include Romantic literature, resistance literature, ethnic-American literature, and trauma studies.
Dr. Maria Cristina Gomes Da Conceicao
Dr. Maria Cristina Gomes Da Conceicao is a Medicine at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, specializing in Public Health at Fundacao Oswaldo Cruz, Master, and Ph.D. in Population and Development. She is a teacher and Researcher at the Latinamerican Faculty of Social Sciences, FLACSO Mexico, and currently a guest researcher at Uppsala University, Sweden. Her areas of interest are poverty, inequalities, intersectionalities, gender, race, social class discrimination, social policies, and health.
Ms. Huma Saeed
Ms. Huma Saeed is a Ph. D scholar serving as Lecturer at NUML, Pakistan. Her research interests encompass Literary theory, Postcolonial and Postmodern studies. She likes to travel and she is an avid reader. At the moment she is a promising candidate for the Associate Fellowship of the National Academy of Higher Education (NAHE).