The 2nd International Conference on Advanced Research in Social Sciences and Humanities took place on December 06-08, 2019 in one of Germany’s most beautiful cities – Munich. The 2019 edition of ICARSH featured presentations covering in-depth research by the leading academics in the field. Some of the topics covered were depression, anxiety, and psychosomatic symptoms; animal heritage vectors and human social construction; measuring family and community senses of coherence, social identities formation of young urban middle-class women on Instagram, and others.
The prestigious scientific committee of ICARSH put every submitted abstract and paper through a double-blind review process. This allowed them to create a brilliant program that stimulated discussions, inspired the attendees, and addressed some of the most pressing challenges in the field.
Another reason the event was a success is the diverse nature of the audience. Not only did the participants come from various backgrounds and sectors – non-profit organizations, businesses, and, of course, academia – but they travelled to Munich from all over the world: India, Argentina, Pakistan, Georgia, Algeria, Indonesia, Kuwait, Nepal, Sri Lanka, etc.
ICARSH 2019 exceeded the audience’s expectations as, in addition to offering unique learning opportunities, it also featured a free guided tour of the city, allowing the attendees to explore Munich and its magnificent architecture.
We are now hard at work preparing for the 2020 edition of ICARSH. Once again, we are offering publication opportunities in some of the most respected scientific journals in the field, so make sure to submit your abstract.