SWS International Scientific Conferences on Art & Humanities


SWS International Scientific Conferences on Art & Humanities “The Magic of the Renaissance” will be held on 18-20 May, Florence Centro Congressi Firenze, Auditorium al Duomo, Italy
All the scientific researchers are invited to be vital part of this event. In the period 18-20 May, 2020 you are expected to take part and present your scientific reserach during the Oral/Poster sessions, or with interesting Workshop, or as an artist – to present your art in LIVE Performance. Join the event to collaborate with other researchers, to listen articles from distinguished scientists and to share your experience. 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 and send after the conference to the big international citation and indexing databases.
DATES & DEADLINES are:

  • ABSTRACT SUBMISSION 20 MARCH
  • EARLY BIRD 20 MARCH
  • CALL FOR WORKSHOP 20 MARCH

  SCIENTIFIC TOPICS:

  • ARTS & HUMANITIES:

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

  • MEDIEVAL & RENAISSANCE STUDIES:

Ancient Rome, Roman Religion & Mythology, Florence In the Period of Renaissance, Renaissance Science, Renaissance Architecture, Renaissance Literature, Renaissance Art, Renaissance Philosophy, Renaissance Music, Woman In the Renaissance

  • MICHELANGELO BUONARROTI – THE PAINFUL RAPTURE OF ART

  TYPE of SESSIONS:

  • ORAL / POSTER
  • PHD SESSIONS
  • Virtual Presence / PUBLISHER

 CONFERENCE VENUE is Auditorium al Duomo, Centro Congressi Firenze located in the historic Via de ‘Cerretani, a few steps from the Piazza Duomo, this modern congress center assures the high level of the  event’s plenary sessions.

THEMATIC FIELD TRIP will be organised to San Gimignano – The Medieval Towerful Hill Town.San Gimignano was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1990, and offers visitors the chance to step back with its skyline of 14 medieval towers.

https://www.sgemflorence.org/