CFP: Punctum Special Issue – The Fugue of the Five Senses: Semiotics of the Shifting Sensorium

Call for papers The Fugue of the Five Senses: Semiotics of the Shifting Sensorium Special issue of Punctum. International Journal of Semiotics Editor: Gregory Paschalidis Western thought has privileged sight above all other senses, placing hearing a distant second and touch, taste and smell among the ‘lower senses’. This hierarchy of the senses, manifested through the ocularcentric bias pervading modern thought, has affected…

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Book: “Concepts for Semiotics”, edited by Claudio Julio Rodríguez Higuera and Tyler James Bennett

NEW: “Concepts for Semiotics”, edited by Claudio Julio Rodríguez Higuera and Tyler James Bennett. Vol 16 in the series Tartu Semiotics Library. Accountability, anticipation, autocommunication, censorship, drawing, droodle, ground, innovation, landscape, library, literary history, metatext, minimal model, mytheme, normalization, ostension, self-description. These are the concepts treated in this collection of articles, opening a window into the…

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Book: Sémiotique de la musique classique, Eero Tarasti

Sémiotique de la musique classique Comment Mozart, Brahms et Wagner nous parlent Eero Tarasti Traduit de l’anglais par Jean-Laurent Csinidis et Mathias Rousselot La musique s’invite dans notre subjectivité la plus intime. Elle est ainsi un champ privilégié d’exploration pour la sémiotique existentielle, horizon musicologique nouveau développé par Eero Tarasti. L’ouvrage utilise cette méthode philosophique…

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International Journal of Marketing Semiotics Vol.IV

International Journal of Marketing Semiotics Vol.IV

International Journal of Marketing Semiotics Vol.IV We gladly announce that the Handbook of Brand Semiotics e-book version is available for free downloading exclusively with the IVth issue of the International Journal of Marketing Semiotics. Visit: https://ijms.files.wordpress.com/2012/08/ijms-vol-iv-sep20161.pdf https://ijmarketingsemiotics.com/handbook-of-brand-semiotics/

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New issue of Punctum-International Journal of Semiotics

We are pleased to announce the publication of the new issue (volume 2, issue 1) of Punctum-International Journal of Semiotics, the online, open access journal of the Hellenic Semiotic Society. Ιssue 2.1 is devoted to “Art as Concept and Institution: Semiotics of an Evolving Category” and provides a forum for interaction between semioticians, art historians…

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Call for papers: Special number of Semiotica Journal – Meaningful Data

Call for papers: Special number of Semiotica: Journal of the International Association of Semiotic Studies (http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/semi) Meaningful Data / Données signifiantes Guest editors / Directeurs adjoints : Dario Compagno (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle) Matteo Treleani (Université de Lille 3) Le français suit l’anglais. The human and social sciences are experiencing an influx of quantitative methods which try…

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Journal: Sign System Studies (44-1/2)

Journal: Sign System Studies (44-1/2)

Sign Systems Studies 44(1-2), 2016 http://www.sss.ut.ee/index.php/sss/index We are happy to announce the publication of the new issue of Sign Systems Studies. This time, it is a special issue on environmental humanities titled “Framing nature and culture”, guest edited by Lauri Linask and Riin Magnus. An international journal of semiotics and sign processes in culture and…

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Signs & Media  (Autumn Issue, 2016).

Signs & Media (Autumn Issue, 2016).

New Issue of Signs & Media (Autumn Issue, 2016) We are glad to announce the publication of the new issue of Signs & Media, a bilingual (English-Chinese), peer-reviewed semiotic journal. Please feel free to download the PDF Version of Signs & Media:  http://www.semiotics.net.cn/isms   Editor’s Note (Autumn Issue of Signs & Media, 2016) In the…

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CFP: International Journal of Marketing Semiotics 2017. Special Issue: Semiophenomenology and Consuming the Experiential

CFP: International Journal of Marketing Semiotics 2017. Special Issue: Semiophenomenology and Consuming the Experiential

What? Phenomenology constitutes one of the most important and influential philosophical movements with a rich history that dates back (at least as regards its formal exposition) to Hegel. 20th C. was the age of phenomenology, one might say, that was inaugurated with Husserl’s ego-centric approach, and progressively opened up to social phenomenological perspectives. Starting with Husserl’s student and major critic…

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7th issue (2) 2016 of Southern Semiotic Review

The 7th issue (1) 2016 of Southern Semiotic Review is now published The issue includes several articles on or about Solomon Marcus. Link is http://www.southernsemioticreview.net General papers as well as those on the themes of creative arts and religion are welcome for forthcoming issues.Issue 7, (1) 2016 Editorial – Passings by Geoffrey Sykes In Memoriam Solomon…

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