Call for Papers: From Observation to Text, from Text to Culture Two Paths of Semiotics? International Conference Tallinn University (Estonia), 7-8 may, 2010

(French version follows) Call for paper From Observation to Text, from Text to Culture Two Paths of Semiotics? International Conference Tallinn University (Estonia), 7-8 may, 2010 Deadline for receiving abstracts: April 10, 2010 How to define semiotics? Which practices delimit its knowledge? The first answer is that semiotics has to do with texts and with…

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Call for Papers (in English and French) for the International Conference on The Everyday, organized by The Hellenic Semiotic Society and the Department of French Studies and Modern Languages of the University of Cyprus (5-7 November 2010, Nicosia, Cyprus).

THE EVERYDAY INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE (French version follows) The Hellenic Semiotic Society and the Department of French Studies and Modern Languages of the University of Cyprus are organizing an international conference on The Everyday. The conference will take place from 5 to 7 November 2010 in Nicosia, Cyprus. Working languages are English, French, and Greek. From…

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Göran Sonesson: “Current Issues in Pictorial Semiotics” at the Semiotics Institute Online

“The present course is intended to be a kind of state of the art description of pictorial semiotics (with some extensions to visual semiotics generally). It will present the results of some forty years of work which is largely unfamiliar to scholars in the Anglo-Saxon world, since most of the contributions were written in languages…

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Augusto Ponzio: The Dialogic Nature of Signs at the Semiotics Institute Online

Summary Lecture 1. Dialogue and Alterity Dialogue and dialogism: formal and substantial dialogue Lecture 2. Dialogue and Alterity Dialogue in “dialogue genre”, external and internal discourse, utterance, and individual word Lecture 3. Dialogue and Sign The sign as something which calls for a certain response, according to another something, i. e. the interpretant Lecture 4….

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