Signs and Society – vol.1, n.1

 The first issue of Signs and Society, the new journal of semiotics of the University of Chicago Press has been published. Free access to the issue is available at this link: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/670125 Related posts: http://iassais.wordpress.com/2013/02/06/cfp-signs-and-societ/

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Special Issue: The Authoriality of Religious Law

A partir de este link se puede bajar un PDF de presentación del último número de la _Revista Internacional de Semiótica Jurídica_, un numero especial sobre la “Authoriality of Religious Law”: https://www.dropbox.com/s/4hyrl1oa6j943w3/Massimo%20Leone%202013%20-%20The%20Authoriality%20of%20Religious%20Law%20-%20Presentation%2002.pdf

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Southern Semiotic Review – new journal initiative

Southern Semiotic Review – new journal initiative It is pleasing to announce that planning for a new journal has progressed, and contributions are invited.  To be titled “Southern Semiotic Review”, the journal will have online and print versions. The initial online version will offer a progressive and dynamic approach to publication. As well as peer-reviewed…

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CFP: Signs and Society, a new journal of semiotics published by the University of Chicago Press

Call for Papers The journal is now accepting submissions for a supplementary issue, “Representing Transcendence” (Winter 2014)Students of semiosis have long realized that signs and symbols, in their “standing for” function, are normally more “evident” (perceptible, experiential) than what they represent (or re-present). In fact, one of the classic definitions of the sign stresses that they need to “reveal”…

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“Representing Transcendence” Call for Papers for Supplementary Issue (Winter 2014)

   Signs and Society The University of Chicago Press “Representing Transcendence” Call for Papers for Supplementary Issue (Winter 2014). Students of semiosis have long realized that signs and symbols, in their “standing for” function, are normally more “evident” (perceptible, experiential) than what they represent (or re-present). In fact, one of the classic definitions of the…

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CFP: Lexia n.17

CALL FOR PAPERS (download PDF: Call for papers _Lexia_ 17) Lexia n. 17: How to do Things with Images Lexia n. 17: Come fare cose con le immagini Lexia n. 17: Comment faire des choses avec des images Lexia n. 17: Cómo hacer cosas con imágenes Lexia, the international, peer-reviewed journal of CIRCE, the Center for…

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Published new issue 11-12 of Lexia Journal of Semiotics

Lexia 11-12 Download presentation-PDF: Massimo Leone 2012 – Lexia n. 11-12 – Culto_Worship – Presentation PDF Culto Worship Non è solo teologicamente che si pone la trascendenza, o nel foro interiore degli individui, ma anche, e forse soprattutto, nella comunicazione: è attraverso la parola, financo quella interiore, come pure attraverso i gesti, le posture, le espressioni del…

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CFP: International Journal of Marketing Semiotics

www.ijmarketingsemiotics.com PRESS RELEASE: LAUNCH OF THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MARKETING SEMIOTICS (IJMS) We are pleased to announce the official launch of the International Journal of Marketing Semiotics (www.ijmarketingsemiotics.com). The mission of the International Journal of Marketing Semiotics is to constitute a reference point in state-of-the-art academic research in the field of marketing semiotics, by enhancing…

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Journal of Cognitive Semiotics, new issue: The Intersubjectivity of Embodiment

Journal of Cognitive Semiotics, new issue: The Intersubjectivity of Embodiment The newly re-launched Journal of Cognitive Semiotics announces the online publication of Vol. IV, No. 1: The Intersubjectivity of Embodiment, guest edited by Riccardo Fusaroli,  Paolo Demuru, and Anna Borghi, with contributions by Colwyn Trevarthen, Patrizia Violi, Michael Kimmel, Maurizio Gentilucci, Claudia Gianelli, Giovanna Cristina…

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