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The conference will examine future and contemporary issues related to education, culture, and identity. The topic of the conference is ''The Future of Humanities, Education and Creative Industries''. Since such a conception can hardly be defined and explained by a single academic discipline, this interdisciplinary international conference aims at analyzing it from different perspectives such as educational, psychological, social, cultural, political, historical, literary, visual, artistic and media-related perspectives. This conference will be a platform for personal, scientific and technical relations with the participants from different parts of the world who are interested in these current issues. The official conference language will be English. The conference will take place at the International University of Sarajevo.
This two-day conference will explore questions of education, culture, and identity in an international context drawing experts from different academic fields. Therefore, the researchers will be provided with an opportunity to exchange views, experiences, findings and review knowledge related to the future of education, culture and identity from interdisciplinary perspectives. This conference will define obstacles and future trends. Besides, it will provide recommendations that could resolve outstanding challenges. The conference is especially relevant for local and international experts from different cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
The International University of Sarajevo is organizing the 3rd International Conference on Education, Culture and Identity - ICECI 2017 in partnership with University of Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina; University of Zielona Gora, Poland; Deakin University, Australia, International University of Novi Pazar, Serbia and Karabuk University, Turkey. It will be held in Bosnia and Herzegovina on 12-13 October 2017.
For call for papers see: https://iceci.ius.edu.ba/content/call-papers
Dr. Nudzejma Obralic