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8th International Scientific Conference SWS Florence ART 2021 – THE MAGIC OF THE RENAISSANCE


Date of beginning

Monday, 24 May 2021


3 days

Deadline for abstracts

Monday, 05 April 2021






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There is one event in the world of Arts & Humanities, that you would not like to miss! The International Scientific Conference SWS Florence is organized as an extended session of the International Scientific Conferences on ARTS and HUMANITIES (ISCAH) and aspires to provide a premier interdisciplinary platform for academicians and professionals with cross-disciplinary interests related to Modern Science, Ancient Science, Science and Art, and the magic of the Renaissance. The SWS Florence ART 2021 – The Magic of the Renaissance will be held in the beautiful AUDITORIUM AL DUOMO FIRENZE in Centro Congressi al Duomo Firenze in Florence, Italy.All accepted, after peer review papers, are published in the Conference Proceedings and yearly are submitted for evaluation and indexation by ISI Web of Science - Clarivate, ELSEVIER products - SCOPUS, Mendeley and COMPENDEX, CrossRef, SPRINGER Nature, EBSCO, ProQuest, RSCI (Russian eLibrary - РИНЦ), Google Scholar, CiteULike, British Library and many others. All the accepted papers receive a unique DOI number, needed for recognition in the International databases.The topics the conference covers are Modern Science, Ancient Science, Science and Art, The Magic of the Renaissance, Michelangelo Buonarroti – The painful rapture of Art The Conferences include also accompanying events, such as performing arts (live dance performances, theater, and music, etc.) and very interesting cultural trips with historic value.KEYWORDS:Political sciences, Law, Roman Law Finance, Archaeology, History, Philosophy, Roman religion and Mythology, Ancient Rome, History of Art, Fine Art, Contemporary Arts, Performing and Visual Art, Fashion and Art, Cultural Heritage and Museum Studies, Literature and Poetry, Ethnology and Folklore, Florence in the period of Renaissance, Renaissance Science.PARTICIPATION FORMS •    LECTURER•    CoLECTURER•    PHD STUDENT•    DELEGATE•    VIRTUAL LECTURER/PUBLISHER•    ACCOMPANYING PERSON