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Have you signed up to join the 2nd World Conference on Social Sciences on the 19-21 of February 2021 in Vienna, Austria? If you haven’t yet, then you should. As a member of the academia, scholar, scientist, or researcher, staying on top of the trends is essential for your continuous career development. social science conferences 2021 is an opportunity to learn from the international community of academics and address the latest developments in the field in an engaging, dynamic environment.
International conference on social sciences offers publishing opportunities with premier indexed journals, a free tour of the spectacular city of Vienna, countless learning and networking sessions, and a warm, welcoming environment for all attendees.
We are looking forward to your paper submission, poster presentation in conference on social sciences and humanities, or attendee registration.
All accepted papers will be published with an ISBN Number.
Austria’s capital is famous for its cultural events, imperial sights, coffee houses, cosy wine taverns, and the very special Viennese charm.
Vienna can boast two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the historic city center and the Baroque ensemble of Schönbrunn Palace and its grounds. One can find art treasures and magnificent buildings all over the former imperial capital. The most important “cabinet of art” in the world, the Kunstkammer in Vienna’s Kunsthistorisches Museum, takes visitors back in time to the Renaissance and Baroque “Kunst- und Wunderkammer” (chambers of arts and natural wonders) of the Habsburgs.
- Am Kahlenberg 1, 1190 Wien, Austria