• IX SWS International
    Scientific Conference
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    24-26 May, 2022

    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.
  • IX SWS International
    Scientific Conference
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    24-26 May, 2022

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

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    24-26 May, 2022

    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”
  • IX SWS International
    Scientific Conference
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    24-26 May, 2022

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

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    24-26 May, 2022

    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.
  • IX SWS International
    Scientific Conference
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    24-26 May, 2022

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

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    24-26 May, 2022

    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”
  • IX SWS International
    Scientific Conferences
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    24-26 May, 2022

    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.
  • IX SWS International
    Scientific Conference
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    24-26 May, 2022

    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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MEDIEVAL and RENAISSANCE STUDIES

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Dear Colleagues,

Let us invite you and your colleagues – scientists and researchers to become a 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, 2022. You could take part with article in Oral / Poster / Virtual sessions, or with interesting Workshop, as an artist and present your piece of art. Join and touch the amazing synergy of Arts and Humanities, present your high-quality work, collaborate with other researchers, listen speeches from distinguished scientists and share 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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Hard Copy Conference Proceedings  ISSN and ISBN
DOI For Each Paper
 

Best Conference Place
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Workshop Sessions III - "THE BANQUET OF (Cultural) COMMONS", Raúl de Arriba, María Vidagañ

WORKSHOP SESSIONS 2021

"The Banquet of (Cultural) Commons", Raúl de Arriba, María Vidagañ

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Duration: 6 min 19 sec

Funding: EU HORIZON 2020 Research and Innovation Programme "Sklodowka-Curie grant agreement '734855, University of Valencia, Spain


Cultural Commons are cultural resources shared by a community that, like other situations of collective action, also reproduce social dilemmas. In these cases, as indicated by Olson, rational, self-interested individuals could not act to achieve their common or group interests. In that sense, the tragedy of Cultural Commons would mean its disappearance due to free riding behavior.

However, many cultural commons are maintained over time because reciprocity, reputation, and trust can overcome self-interested behavior. The inhabitants of Villastrada (Italy) have achieved it for decades. Every summer, they work voluntarily to organize the festivities of this small village.

Raúl de Arriba is PhD in Economics and associate professor in Economic Policy at the University of Valencia (Spain) since 2000. He has written about international economic policy, pluralism and creativity in teaching economics and art and economics. He has been visiting researcher in École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (France) and Research Center in Political Science and International Relations (Portugal), among others.

María Vidagañ is PhD in Art Education and lecturer of the Department of Musical, Plastic and Corporal Expression of the Jaume I University of Castellón (Spain). She has done research work on artistic education, audiovisual creation, research based on the arts and has some publications and communications on this subject. Her current lines of research are art education, audiovisual creation and art-based research.

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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