Our international conferences have been associated with scholars from University of Pennsylvania, Michigan State University, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Philadelphia University, Arizona State University, Montclair State University, University of Newcastle, St. Mary’s University-San Antonio, University of Gloucestershire, University of Paris-Sorbonne Paris IV, University of Provence Aix-Marseille I, University of Franche-Comté, University of Avignon, Paris Descartes University, Paris-Est Créteil University, University Paris Ouest Nanterre la Défense, Charles de Gaulle University-Lille III, University of Vienna, University of Palermo, University of Pavia, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, and Rey Juan Carlos University.

From this location, you can find information about current, past, and forthcoming conferences sponsored by the CSA/AAP, New York.

Guidelines for Chairs:

1. Papers are to be presented rather than read. The length of time for presentation of papers is 15 minutes maximum.
2. Papers should not exceed 3000 words, or ten double-spaced pages, including Notes. (Notes need not be included in the presented papers, but should be presented for the final selection of papers for the Proceedings).
3. The chair should send copies of abstracts to all the participants of the congress, so they have an idea of the kind of papers that will be presented and can prepare themselves for their discussion.
4. Chairs are responsible for selecting and editing the papers recommended for publication in the Proceedings.

In 2011, Frank S. Ravitch (Professor of Law & Walter H. Stowers Chair in
Law and Religion, Michigan State University) served as a General Co-Chair
for the 1st IISHSS International Conference on Law and Social Order.

Proceedings of the 1st IISHSS International
 Conference on Law and Social Order

Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Business and Economy

1st IISHSS International Conference on the ICPIRCM
1st IISHSS International Conference on LSO
5th World Congress on the ASRSELC
Gender Studies in the Age of Globalization