The New Semioticon

The Semioticon relaunches with a new design. Over the last few months we’ve been working hard on moving over from good old handwritten HTML to a CMS-driven system. In the process, we have taken the opportunity to breathe some fresh air into the design.

You’ll find an updated Signpost with information about upcoming events, research centers and publication outlets. The Pool, with profiles of semioticians, is also updated.

It it is now easier than ever to suggest new events for inclusion in the Signpost and to find interesting content on-site or in sister resources like SemiotiX New Series, the Semiotics Institute Online, or the Semiotics Encyclopedia.

We hope you’ll continue to find your way to the Semioticon as we carry on our mission to curate high quality web content and make it freely available. Thank you for visiting.

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