Humanities & Social Sciences        PRAGUE

Research & Teaching Conference 

June 10-12, 2025


The Humanities & Social Sciences strand of the PRAGUE Research & Teaching Conference is open to all disciplines. It is interested in the humanities and the social sciences as both a site of academic research and as disciplines for innovation in teaching practice.

Whether case studies examining innovations in creative writing or examinations of best practice teaching in sociology, it sees these questions as central to the future of academic research and teaching. Including critiques of methods and practices of historical research as well as the first-hand examples of creative teaching in psychology or geography, it seeks to share knowledge on issues relevant across the humanities and the social sciences.



Other themes of interest at the conference include:

Teaching & Learning | Methods, modes of practice and innovations in both how we address research questions and how we teach core competencies across the humanities and social sciences.
Art & Design | Examples of innovative collaborations between artists, designers and social scientists in both teaching and research.
Health & Wellbeing | Considerations of how questions of mental health are socially framed and how cross-disciplinary social research informs health and wellbeing practice in the ‘field’ and in the classroom.
Built Environments | Examinations of how works of literature, film and sociological research have explored and influenced design teaching and practice across architecture, urban design and planning.
Science & Technology | Considerations of how technologies like AI inform the humanities and social sciences – whether as a subject or genre in literature, or as a tool for research and teaching.

Further details and to submit your abstract:



Conference outputs include the AMPS Proceedings Series, ISSN 2398-9467; Special Issue Publications of the academic journal Architecture_MPS ISSN 2020-9006; Books from this event will be developed by Routledge Taylor & Francis, with short films available on the AMPS Academic YouTube Channel.

Written papers are optional.  If submitted they should be 3,000 word length. Formatting instructions to follow after the conference. All papers are double- blind peer reviewed for the AMPS Conference Proceedings Series. Subject to review, selected authors will be invited to develop longer versions as journal articles with UCL Press or book chapters with Routledge Taylor & Francis.

Papers dealing directly with issues of teaching and learning will be considered for the Routledge series A Focus on Pedagogy.



In-person: Live in Prague, Czech Republic

@Prague: For delegates in Prague but presenting virtually

Zoom: Virtual presentations coordinated by AMPS

Pre-recorded:  Pre-recorded presentations or films will be available permanently on the AMPS Academic YouTube channel

Written papers: In all cases, delegates can present full written papers for inclusion in all associated conference publications


Submissions & Registration


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