SWS Conferences on Social Sciences and on Art & Humanities

We divide the field of Social Sciences, Humanities & Arts (SSHA) and provide you with two separate conferences, or more correctly, two individual panels within one conference. You will enjoy two distinct platforms: SWS International Scientific Conference on Social Sciences (ISCSS) and SWS International Scientific Conference on Arts and Humanities (ISCAH)

As Wilhelm Dilthey perceived it, there are two main branches of knowledge – Natural Sciences and Human Sciences. If we use one metaphor, we could say that the first are the body or the tools of human activities, so the second ones are the mind or the soul. Through natural sciences and technological development, we attained unthinkable control and precision over the world’s phenomena although this is not the purpose of scientific endeavors but only the means that could help us maintain a better understanding of Nature. On the other hand, Social sciences and Humanities & Arts are playing the role of moral and aesthetic regulators, or in other words - conscience and consciousness of the scientific processes. The current environmental problems are result of the lack of balance between these two parts of human thought. Since the Industrial Revolution, we invest, more and yet more, in scientific progress but neglect the importance of Human Sciences and Arts. Thus, it is our strong conviction that, we should restore the equilibrium and take a serious account of the so-called subjective disciplines in order to tackle with the pressing ecological and social issues of today’s global situation.

After long consideration and discussions, we have decided to divide the field of Social Sciences, Humanities & Arts (SSHA) and provide you with two separate conferences, or more correctly, two individual panels within one conference. Of course, we should not, categorically, detach Social Sciences from Humanities & Arts or vice versa, but it is an old and well-proven fact that through differentiation, we could better observe the details. Yet, the two branches have different approaches and premises. Therefore, as a precedent, you will enjoy two distinct platforms: SWS International Scientific Conference on Social Sciences (ISCSS) and SWS International Scientific Conference on Arts and Humanities (ISCAH)



SWS Conference on Social Sciences ISCSS

FIRST PLATFORM
The International Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Conference represent the more objective and scientific side of human sciences. For Social Sciences’ most strong part is that, generally, they could do researches while encompassing large groups of people. Taking into account the modern development of technological devices and computational methods, Sociology for instance, could bring up statistics that would have seemed impossible to grasp for the previous generations of scientists. These are the modern social sciences of the last two centuries.
Proceedings ISSN: 2682-9959

SWS ISCSS Aims

Our aims, within the Social Sciences Conference, are to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Social Science. We aspire to provide a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners, and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the specific field.

SWS ISCSS Scope

Our scope comprise broad selection of presentations, studies and papers in the main branches of Social Sciences as Anthropology, Psychology, Economics, Archeology, Cultural Studies, Political Science, Social History and Sociology.

ISCSS CONFERENCES and SESSIONS

SWS Conferences on Social Sciences

Interdisciplinary Conferences on Social Sciences
Venue: The best black sea resort Albena, Bulgaria

Science meets Art in Vienna

Extended Scientific Sessions, part of SWS Conferences on Social Sciences
Venue: Schönbrunn Palace, Vienna Austria

SWS Conferences on Arts and Humanities ISCAH

SECOND PLATFORM
The International Interdisciplinary Humanities & Arts Conference that will focus on those subtle elements, which construct our inner world and its paradoxical dynamics and expressions, and its correlations with the social world. All the disciplines and creative activities within the field of Humanities & Arts are powerful means when applied to in-depth analysis of the individual, of a historical event or a particular idea. They could plunge into a problem, even without any scientific consideration and thus scrutinize its subjective and hidden aspects.
Proceedings ISSN: 2682-9940

SWS ISCSS Aims

Our aims, within the Humanities & Art Conference, are again to bring together leading academic scientists, artists and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and inquiry results on all aspects of the specific fields. We aspire to provide a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners, and educators to present and discuss the most recent discoveries, ideas, and concerns as well as the practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in each particular stand of Art & Humanities.

SWS ISCAH Scope

Our scope comprise broad selection of presentations, studies and papers in the main branches of Humanities & Art as Philosophy, History, Linguistics and Language Studies, Literature and Arts.

CONFERENCES AND SESSIONS

SWS Conferences on Arts and Humanities

Interdisciplinary Conferences on Arts & Humanities
Venue: The best black sea resort Albena, Bulgaria

The Magic of the Renaissance

Extended Scientific Sessions, part of SWS Conferences on Arts & Humanities
Venue: Auditorium at Duomo, Florence Italy

TYPE OF SGEM SESSIONS

ORAL SESSION

POSTER SESSION

WORKSHOP SESSION

LIVE ART PERFORMANCE

PUBLISHERS

We welcome everyone who wants to enjoy the magical symbiosis of all fields of Science!
Become our partner and enrich your research experience in cooperation with other scientists no matter if you are devoted to “Earth & Planetary Sciences” or “Social Sciences, Humanities & Art”.