Tenth conversation session in the IASS AIS 2020 Early Career Researchers series

The Academic Committee of Early Career Researchers is pleased to invite you to the tenth conversation session of the IASS-AIS 2020 series. The main topic of this talk will be: Biosemiotics and multiculturalism and it will be held on Tuesday, October 06th, 2020 at 10:00 (Colombia time TOC) / 16:00 (Europe time GMT+1), 17:00 (Europe time GMT+2)….

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Online Course on the Semiotics of John Deely

Tutor: Brian Kemple Semiotics–toward which human beings took their first explicit steps in the beginning of the Latin Age of philosophy, in the work of St. Augustine of Hippo–is that by which we begin in a true postmodernism. This is one of the key and perhaps surprising claims of John Deely (1942–2017). That is, often today what is called…

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SIGNS & MEDIA NO.21 2020 AUTUMN

New Publication:Autumn Issue of Signs & Media 2020(The Bilingual Version)http://www.semiotics.net.cn/index.php/zine_view/index/137 The exploration of semiotics is always full of vitality. It constantly expands into new theoretical fields and deepens the understanding and interpretation of its theoretical basis. In the section on “Philosophical Semiotics”, the authors revisit the thoughts and concepts of the classical semioticians to obtain…

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New Issue: Punctum-International Journal of Semiotics, Volume 5, Issue 2

We are pleased to announce the publication of the Volume 5, Issue 2  (2019) of Punctum-International Journal of Semiotics, the online, open  access journal of the Hellenic Semiotic Society. This issue is devoted  to “Semiotics of Monuments: Politics & Form from the 20th to the 21st  century”’, edited by Lia Yoka and Federico Bellentani. The…

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New issue: DeSignis, 32 “Come back to Fashion in Internet Age”

It is with great pleasure that DeSignis, the journal of the Latin American Federation of Semiotics (FELS), announces the online publication of its 32nd volume. With the title ‘Volver a la Moda… en la Web’ [Come back to Fashion in Internet Age], the issue has been edited by José María Paz Gago, with the collaboration…

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New issues: DeSignis, 30 and 31

It is with great pleasure that DeSignis, the journal of the Latin American Federation of Semiotics (FELS), announces the online publication of its 30th and 31th volumes. With the title Cibercultura [Cyberculture], the issue 30 has been edited by Prof. Eliseo Colón Zayas, from the University of Puerto Rico. The issue 31, with the title…

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New Issue: Biosemiotics, Virtual Issue No. 1: Jesper Hoffmeyer’s Biosemiotic Legacy

A virtual issue of Biosemiotics in honour of Jesper Hoffmeyer is now online. It features the editorial from Biosemiotics 12(3) (December 2019), “Jesper Hoffmeyer´s Biosemiotic Legacy”, and free access (for a limited time) to all of Jesper´s Springer publications (6 articles and 8 chapters).

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New issue: Biosemiotics. Volume 11 Number 2

Biosemiotics. Volume 11 Number 2 is now available online. Semiotic Aspects of the Extended Synthesis In this issue Introduction Introduction: a Structural and Historical Approach to Understanding Advancements in Evolutionary Theory Andrew M. Winters » Abstract   » Full text HTML   » Full text PDF Original Paper Semiotic Mechanisms Underlying Niche Construction Jeffrey V. Peterson, Ann Marie Thornburg, Marc Kissel, Christopher Ball & Agustín Fuentes » Abstract   »…

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New issue: CYGNE NOIR 6 (2018): EN DIALOGUE AVEC L’HISTOIRE

New issue: CYGNE NOIR 6 (2018): EN DIALOGUE AVEC L’HISTOIRE

L’équipe de la revue Cygne noir est heureuse de vous annoncer la publication de son sixième numéro, dont le thème est « En dialogue avec l’histoire ». Ce numéro, comme les précédents, est entièrement accessible en ligne et ce, gratuitement. Suivez ce lien : http://revuecygnenoir.org/numero/no-6-2018-en-dialogue-avec-lhistoire Cygne noir, revue d’exploration sémiotique is a peer-reviewed journal based in Montreal, Canada (UQAM)….

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