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Contemporary Science Association

Contemporary Science Association is a research and development unit within AAP/ASRC (Advancement of Scholarly Research Center), New York. CSA features links, descriptions and other information for thousands of academic journals in all disciplines, collates information from a variety of sources to conveniently provide access to the latest scholarly research, and is devoted to the advancement of electronic scholarly communication. About

CSA was founded in 2009 to advance scholarship in the various fields of science through research. The CSA & Addleton Dialogues project (coordinated by Professor Emeritus Michael A. Peters, University of Illinois) is a series of topical meetings to engage a range of scholars in discussion on key topics.

Scientific events associated with us
The Strategic Management of Human Resources in the Context of
Sustainable Development – international conference, October 27–28, 2016
(partner: The University of Waikato)

The Gender Construction of Society – international conference, April 22–24, 2016
(partners: State University of New York – Cortland, Huygens Institute – the Hague,
University of Vienna, Paris-Sorbonne University, New University of Lisbon,
The Vietnam Women’s Academy)

Why Believe That There Is a God? – symposium, March 31, 2016
Keynote Speech: Richard Swinburne (Emeritus Professor, University of Oxford)

5th Law and Social Order – international conference, September 4, 2015
(partner: Michigan State University, College of Law)

Economic Challenges in Higher Education – symposium, January 20–22, 2015

Gendered Divisions of Space – international conference, June 5–6, 2014

4th Law and Social Order – international conference, April 25, 2014
(partner: Michigan State University, College of Law)

The Problem of Evil – symposium, May 15, 2013
Keynote Speech: Richard Swinburne (Emeritus Professor, University of Oxford)

3rd Law and Social Order – international conference, April 25, 2013
(partner: Michigan State University, College of Law)

The Creative University – international conference, August 15–16, 2012
The University of Waikato (partner: James Cook University)

47th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University,
Special Session on Exploring Medieval Values in Asia Minor
and South-Eastern European Geographies, May 10–13, 2012

2nd Law and Social Order – international conference, March 2–3, 2012
(partner: Michigan State University, College of Law)

Gender Studies in the Age of Globalization – international conference, June 2–3, 2011
(partners: Paris-Sorbonne University, University of Vienna)
Film Screening: Robert Lemelson

46th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University,
Special Session on Cultural and Spiritual Patrimony, May 12–15, 2011

1st Law and Social Order – international conference, March 12, 2011
(partner: Michigan State University, College of Law)

Keynote speakers
Anna Babka (University of Vienna)
Tina Besley (University of Waikato)
Susanne Hochreiter (University of Vienna)
Robin Paul Malloy (Syracuse University)
Simon Marginson (University of Melbourne)
Peter Murphy (James Cook University)
Mechthild Nagel (State University of New York, Cortland)
Efstratia Oktapoda (Paris-Sorbonne University)
Ileana Orlich (Arizona State University)
Michael A. Peters (University of Waikato)
Antonios E. Platsas (University of Derby)
Frank S. Ravitch (Michigan State University)
Lawrence M. Solan (Brooklyn Law School)

Outstanding Research Fellows
Bouchra Benbella (University Mohamed I, Oujda)
Adrian Constantinescu (CSA/AAER, New York)
Mihaela M. Johnson (University of Pennsylvania)
Efstratia Oktapoda (Universite Paris IV-Sorbonne)
Julieta Paulesc (University of Arizona)
Najib Redouane (California State University)
Rabia Redouane (Montclair State University)
Chris Stringham (University of Arizona)
Eniko Stringham (University of Arizona)
Silvia Tita (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
Estelle Variot (Universite de Provence)