International Semiotics Institute, Imatra

International Semiotics Institute, Imatra In 1988 an international collegium of semioticians, on initiative of the Toronto Semiotic Circle, convened in Imatra. They created the ISI in order to promote international teaching of semiotics and to facilitate the mobility of students in the field. Thus Imatra became the headquarters of global network of semiotic institutions. Imatra…

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A.J. Greimas Centre for Semiotic Studies, Vilnius, Lithuania

A.J. Greimas Centre for Semiotic Studies, Vilnius, Lithuania A. J. GREIMAS CENTRE OF SEMIOTIC STUDIES AND RESEARCH Universiteto 5, LT-01513 Vilnius Tel. 268 71 61 E-mail Head – Dr. Dalia Satkauskytė STAFF Professor: Habil. Dr. K. Nastopka. Docents: Dr. D. Satkauskytė (part-time), A. Sverdiolas (part-time). Lecturer: Dr. N. Keršytė. MAIN RESEARCH TRENDS OF THE CENTRE Theory of Language and Literature CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS…

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Finnish Network University

The Finnish Network University of Semiotics The Finnish Network University of Semiotics is a co-operation project of 13 Finnish universities (the situation in spring 2008, other universities may join). The tasks of the Network University are to organize interdisciplinary basic and advanced teaching and to support research in semiotics. The Network brings together its member…

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Escom, Paris

Au début – le C.R.I. (Centre de Recherche Interlangue) L’Équipe Sémiotique Cognitive et Nouveaux Médias (ESCoM) a été créée sous l’intitulé “Centre de Recherche Interlangue” (C.R.I.) en 1991 par un commun accord entre Charles Morazé (alors Président de la Commission Nationale des Études Interculturelles et membre fondateur de la Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme)…

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Centre for Cognitive Semiotics (CCS) created at Lund University, Lund, Sweden

The Centre for Cognitive Semiotics (CCS), amalgamates the theoretical and empirical heritage of Semiotics, Linguistics, Cognitive Science, Philosophy, and Anthropology, in order to be able to address the following key questions: * What distinguishes human beings from other species, and how did this specificity evolve? * What aspects of the human mind are universal, which…

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Semiotic Evolution and Cultural Dynamics: the Arts in Culture

Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands Summary of Research Project The main goal of this research is to address, from a new theoretical perspective, the problem of the historical evolution in the arts. The project revives a tradition of research that was based upon the assumption that the historical evolution of the arts is determined by general…

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