• VIII SWS International
    Scientific Conference
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    24-26 May, 2021

    All submitted articles will be peer reviewed, without guaranty for acceptance. The peer review process is strong, double blinded and only high-level articles, covered all the criteria, will be accepted.
    All peer reviewed and accepted articles will receive DOI and will be published in the Conference Proceedings of SWS International Scientific Conference on Arts and Humanities (hard copy), with ISSN: 2682-9940.
  • VII SWS International
    Scientific Conference
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    24-26 May, 2021

    Cetro Congressi al Duomo, Auditorium al Duomo Firenze
    High-tech equipment, top quality services
  • VII SWS International
    Scientific Conference
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    24-26 May, 2021

    Law and Politics, History, Philosophy, Archaeology, Museology & Heritage studies,
    Medieval & Renaissance Studies, History of Art, Performing & Visual Arts, Architecture & Design,
    Literature & Poetry, Language & Linguistics

    Special Session “MICHELANGELO BUONARROTI – THE PAINFUL RAPTURE OF ART”
  • VII SWS International
    Scientific Conference
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    24-26 May, 2021

    Fall in love in this Renaissance city - full of history, masterpieces and sense of art...
  • SWS International
    Scientific Conferences
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    24-26 May, 2021

    All submitted articles will be peer reviewed, without guaranty for acceptance. The peer review process is strong, double blinded and only high-level articles, covered all the criteria, will be accepted.
    All peer reviewed and accepted articles will receive DOI and will be published in the Conference Proceedings of SWS International Scientific Conference on Arts and Humanities (hard copy), with ISSN: 2682-9940.
  • VII SWS International
    Scientific Conference
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    24-26 May, 2021

    Cetro Congressi al Duomo, Auditorium al Duomo Firenze
    High-tech equipment, top quality services
  • VII SWS International
    Scientific Conference
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    24-26 May, 2021

    Law and Politics, History, Philosophy, Archaeology, Museology & Heritage studies,Medieval & Renaissance Studies, History of Art, Performing & Visual Arts, Architecture & Design,Literature & Poetry, Language & Linguistics

    Special Session “MICHELANGELO BUONARROTI – THE PAINFUL RAPTURE OF ART”
  • SWS International
    Scientific Conferences
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    24-26 May, 2021

    All submitted articles will be peer reviewed, without guaranty for acceptance. The peer review process is strong, double blinded and only high-level articles, covered all the criteria, will be accepted.
    All peer reviewed and accepted articles will receive DOI and will be published in the Conference Proceedings of SWS International Scientific Conference on Arts and Humanities (hard copy), with ISSN: 2682-9940.
  • VII SWS International
    Scientific Conference
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    24-26 May, 2021

    Law and Politics, History, Philosophy, Archaeology, Museology & Heritage studies,
    Medieval & Renaissance Studies, History of Art, Performing & Visual Arts, Architecture & Design,
    Literature & Poetry, Language & Linguistics

    Special Session “MICHELANGELO BUONARROTI – THE PAINFUL RAPTURE OF ART”
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Welcome to Florence – the live museum of the Renaissance

Art Meets Science at Centro Congressi Auditorium al Duomo- Firenze. The synergy of Arts and Humanities, presented in one unique event - Extended Scientific Sessions "The Magic of the Renaissance", part of the SWS International Scientific Conferences on Arts and Humanities. The sessions are organized from the SWS International Society of Social Sciences, Humanities and Art, with the kind support of many Universities and Academies of Sciences.

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Dear Colleagues,

Let us invite you and your colleagues – scientists and researchers to be vital part of this event. Welcome to Renaissance Florence, at hi-tech Centro Congressi Auditorium al Duomo - Firenze, in the period of 24-26 May, 2021. You could take part with article in Oral or Poster sessions, or with interesting Workshop, or as an artist and present your piece of art or talent. All the participation forms are opened for you, with one idea - to touch the amazing synergy of Arts and Humanities, to present your high-quality work, to collaborate with other researchers, to listen speeches from distinguished scientists and to share your experience.

“Some of the big challenges that we face, both societal and scientific, are just not solvable by people sitting in their single-discipline silos – bringing those disciplines together in the long term is what provides the big, big breakthroughs…” says Kedar Pandya of the Engineering and Physical Research Council (EPSRC). This is the power of the interdisciplinary - more effectively 'joining up' the contributions of different disciplines.

All the articles submissions will be peer reviewed - type double blind, and if accepted, will receive DOI and will be published in hard-copy Conference Proceedings with ISSN 2682-9940. In the post conference period, the proceedings will be sent to the biggest international citation and indexing databases for evaluation.

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  • Call for Papers

    SWS International Scientific Committee on Social Sciences and Art recognize the importance of enhancing visibility and scientific discoverability of all published articles in abstracting and citation (indexing) databases, well-known in the international scientific world. The Committee is doing their best to make our authors and their papers visible and accessible from almost everywhere on the web - because authors' impact is our highest priority! Read More
  • Dates & Deadlines

    Harry up and register with Early-bird conference fees. All scientists and researchers, as well as students and PhD students are welcome to register and submit original article for presenting in oral/poster sessions or for publishing only. Dear participants, we encourage you to keep the above-mentioned deadlines for paper submissions and registration payments. This will be of extreme help of further conference organization. Thank you! Read More
  • Conference Venue

    The Centro Congressi Auditorium al Duomo - Firenze - is located in the historic Via de ‘Cerretani, a few steps from the Piazza Duomo, where you can admire the gorgeous Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore.
    Once you have landed at Florence airport, the congress center is 20 minutes away by taxi or by tram, while the high-speed Santa Maria Novella train station is only 200 metres away.
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    To CREATE NEW Profile, follow this LINK
    Registration process is very easy – register yourself, upload the article and take your invoice. In case you need help, please, contact us here: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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Social Programme - 2020

SWS Social Programme

If Art had held a capital city, that should have been Florence. The metropolis of the region Tuscany, Italy, was the centre of Medieval and Renaissance literature, philosophy and art. It was highly praised by many historians from these two and the succeeding epochs. Florence was frequently called “The Athens of the Middle Ages”. This is the birthplace of some of the most prominent Renaissance and Medieval intellectuals as Dante, Petrarch, Boccaccio, Francesco Guicciardini, Donatello, Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo and last but not the least the Medici.

Florence is the dream of every artistic soul. Its museums, palaces, churches, and squares host some of the most exemplary and important artistic treasures in the world. After more than eight centuries, Florence is still one of the major Art centres and an irresistible source of creative inspiration. Welcome to the cradle of Arts and Humanities! 

Welcome Cocktail

Day: October 26, 2020

Time: 18:00 - 19:30

Place: Auditorium al Duomo, Florence, IT

Welcome to Florence - Cocktail party

We shall start our scientific week with a Welcome Reception, where you all will all have the opportunity to meet each other and give the unofficial start of some new friendships. Do not forget your Mood for Fun and join us for the inauguration of the NEW scientific event.

Thematic Field Trip

San Gimignano

 

 Day: October 28, 2020

 Time: 9:30 - 17:00

       Place: San Gimignano, Tuscany, IT

One-day bus trip to San Gimignano - Towerful Hill Town

About 25 miles from Florence, San Gimignano is beloved because of its skyline of medieval towers. The town was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1990.

San Gimignano is one of the most well-preserved towns from the Middle Ages in Europe. It is located in the province of Siena, Tuscany, Italy. The town is settled on a hill and is surrounded by walls, wherein medieval towers survived the ravages of time and gained the nickname - the Town of Fine Towers. San Gimignano is famous for its excellently conserved Gothic and Romanesque architecture, including the Collegiate Church, Church of Sant' Agostino and The Palazzo Comunale, which contain paintings from 14th and 15th centuries. From 1990, the historic centre of San Gimignano became part of Unesco World Heritage site.

The town has ancient history, for in 1st century two castles were built on its site and gradually they became a small village. Between 6th and 7th centuries, the walls around the village appeared. The site was part of the prominent pilgrims’ road Via Francigena, and was famous for its fertile lands, which produced a lot of saffron and grape. San Gimignano was also praised for its Vernaccia wine, a favourite one for both poets and popes. During the Middle Ages due to the conflict between the Guelphs and the Ghibellines and the local families’ that supported one of the sides, there were built more than 70 towers competing each other’s height. Around 12 of them survived until today. The highest one, with its 54 meters, is Torre Grossa (1311). In 14th century, the town became subordinate to Florence, its development was put on halt and the place remained in its medieval state until 19th century.

San Gimignano was a great deal of inspiration for writers, artists and film directors. Among them are E.M. Foster, John Grisham, Franco Zeffirelli and M.C. Escher. The town keeps an enchanting medieval atmosphere and an air of imagination and therefore is an irresistible destination for poetic and romantic souls.

The SWS Society invites you to come on an unforgettable trip back to the imaginative epoch of Middle Ages and to explore the picturesque region around San Gimignano!     


Note: Please, note that the programme is subject to change
and could be updated continuously up to the conference!

From philosophy, history and archaeology to music,
art, architecture, literature and poetry,
the humanities are the sense of life -
they make us human.  

 

Register now!
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