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Semiotics and Fieldwork: On critical enthographies Special issue of Punctum. International Journal of Semiotics Guest Editors: Eleftheria Deltsou (Univ. of Thessaly) and Fotini Tsibiridou (Univ. of Macedonia) The cross-fertilization between anthropology and semiotics, stretching back […]

Report on 2015 Pragmatics Conference

The 14th International Pragmatics Conference was held in Antwerp (Belgium), July 26-31. A truly international event which takes place every second year, the 2015 conference attracted 1,277 linguists and semioticians from 62 countries. All the […]

Report from Lithuania

The International Semiotics Institute, in its new location at Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania, organized last 2-7 June 2014 the 1st International Congress of Numanities. The congress has been a sort of “baptism of fire”, […]

Event Report

The International Association for Cognitive Semiotics (IACS) was founded in Aarhus, Denmark on May 29, 2013 during the VIII Conference of the Nordic Association for Semiotic Studies (NASS).During September 25-27, 2014, nearly one year and […]

Lectures on the Epistemology of Semiotics

The book entitled as Lectures on the Epistemology of Semioticsconsists of eight lectures pertaining to theoretical issues and three supplements exemplifying the applicative values of selected conceptions in the domain of semiotic studies. Separately detached […]

World Report: From Morocco

The project of this book goes back to approximately 10 years. I came then to collaborate with Beatrice Fink to a special issue of Eighteenth Century Life on the food topography. I proposed then a […]

World report: Argentina

The 9th Congress of the Argentine Association for Semiotic Studies (AAS)   The conference was held from September 5th to 7th, 2013, in Mendoza city, Argentina, organized by the National University of Cuyo, under the […]

World report: Croatia

The author runs fascinating experiments in teaching philosophy to children and golden age people. This could inspire some semioticians to follow suit and introduce the philosophy of signs to younger and older minds than is […]

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