We could find the origins of the ideas of Humanities & Arts way back there in ancient Greece and Roman Empire. The firsts concepts of systematical education (paideia and later on humanitas), the rise of the dramaturgy, the great works of Architecture, Sculpture and Poetry, the rise of Philosophy. The second big wave of humanitarian studies was during the Renaissance and the following period of Enlightenment. The great discovery of Humanism and inherent human values. This spectrum of our activities is as old as the western civilization and have proved to soothe some of our greatest spiritual needs. We cannot imagine the world without Arts, History, Law or Psychology. They are irreplaceable parts of our culture. Nowadays, no one will argue against the importance of the human sciences or the cathartic qualities of artistic expression. We have faced the fact that our inner world is as significant and worthy of inquiring into as the physical phenomena. Humanities and Arts are the sciences of the spirit. As Albert Einstein once said: “All religions, arts and sciences are branches of the same tree”.
Originally, we are all on a search for better understanding of the universe in and out of us – two parts indivisibly interconnected. You are welcome to participate in that journey towards the unknown possibilities of human nature.
ISCAH aims are 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 stand of Art & Humanities.
ISCAH scope comprise broad selection of presentations, studies and scientific papers in the main branches of Humanities & Art as Philosophy, History, Linguistics and Language Studies, Poetry and Literature, Performing and Visual Arts, History of Art, follow studies through the Medieval period up to the rise of the Renaissance studies.
All submitted manuscripts will pass a peer review process (2 or 3 independent reviewers) with high criteria, selected specifically for the conference. There are single and double-blinded peer-reviews process, depending on the stage of the workflow, which guarantee the independent and transparent process between authors and reviewers. The SWS International Scientific Committee is the only competent authority in making decisions on selection or rejection of the manuscripts submitted to the conferences. The Committee has a special Reviewer Section with excellent reviewers. All of them are independent scientists and experts in the respective field (more info)