25-26 March 2023 in TURKEY

Dear Colleagues,

We are honored to invite you to the ESSA II. Eurasian Social Sciences and Arts Symposium, which will be held between 25- 26 March 2023 in Ankara / TURKEY. The II. ESSA Symposium will be organized by Tashkent State Pedagogical University named after Nizami, Kutbilim Journal of Social Sciences and Arts and Saint Andrew the First-Called Georgian University (Georgia) in cooperation with Baku State University (Azerbaijan), Osh State University (Kyrgyzstan), Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (Kazakhstan), ARTSHIP Foundation and Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry (Russia).

The aim of the ESSA International Symposiums is to bring together researchers, academics and other professionals from abroad, especially those with an interest in the Eurasia region and provide a platform to present their research findings and results. It also provides an opportunity for participants to exchange new ideas, expertise and experiences, establish research links, and find partners for future collaboration.

For ESSA II. International Eurasian Symposium, we invite abstract submissions (proposal submissions) relating to all aspects of social sciences and arts. We also welcome pre-organized session submissions (check for detailed information about pre-organized session) that consist of papers on a specific topic or in the same field/discipline.

The working languages of the symposium are English, Turkish, Russian and other regional languages.

The abstracts accepted for the symposium will be published electronically in the Symposium Abstract book (with an ISBN number), which will be sent to all conference participants after the conference. After the conference, participants, based on their preferences, will have the opportunity to send full papers to be published in the Proceeding Book (with an ISBN number) or in the Kutbilim Journal of Social Sciences and Arts after a peer review process without submission or publication fees.

Sincerely yours,

Prof. Dr. Sulayman KAYIPOV
Chair of the II. ESSA Symposium