Signs – International Journal of Semiotics
Signs is an international peer-reviewed electronic journal on the semiotics of mind, consciousness, language and culture as well as living and inanimate nature, and possible connections between them.
Signo (Louis Hébert (responsable), Université du Québec)
Site Internet de théories sémiotiques. Résultat
de quatre années de travail, le site présente, en plus
d’une introduction à la sémiotique, les théories
sémiotiques ou sémiotisantes des auteurs suivants : Derrida,
Eco, Fontanille, Greimas, Kristeva,
Semiotics for Beginners (Daniel Chandler)
A comprehensive, easy-to-read introduction to basic semiotic concepts
with an effective use of hypertext links.
Semiotics (Martin Ryder, University of Colorado at Denver)
A large and well-organized site with an extensive list of semiotic resources
on the Net, and a number of links to persons, institutions, and texts.
Tidsskrift for studerende. "Målet er – i form af artikler,
oversættelser, interviews, boganmeldelser og ikke mindst specialesynopser
– inden for emnerne idéhistorie, semiotik og filosofi –
at skabe og udbrede en kritisk tværvidenskabelig dialog mellem
juniorforskere i hele Danmark..."
Worldwide community for researchers in cognitive linguistics.
Cognitive Science (University of California, San Diego)
Reseach in brain, behavior, and computation.
Cognition & the Brain (Boston College)
Mark Turner (Mark Turner, Case Western Reserve University)
Turner's personal page. Lots of links.
The Semiotic Review of Books (Paul Bouissac)
The website for The Semiotic Review of Books, a multidisciplinary journal
publishing exclusively review articles. This site also hosts the Cybersemiotic
Institute, an experiment in virtual conferencing.
The world organization in the field of semiotics, founded in 1969.
International academic association for those who work in stylistics,
poetics, and associated fields of language and linguistics.
Conceptual Metaphor Home Page (George Lakoff, University of California, Berkeley)
This site is a research tool for cognitive scientists and others interested
in the study of conceptual metaphor systems.
Institute of Cognitive and Brain Sciences (University of California, Berkeley)
Research, texts, persons and courses from Berkeley.
Center for Cognitive Science (SUNY at Buffalo)
Research groups, publications, mailing lists, lots of useful links,
Bio-Semiotics (Alexei Sharov and Jesper Hoffmeyer)
People, papers, conferences, references, etc., in the bio-semiotic field.
Charles S. Peirce Studies (Joseph Ransdell, The Department of Philosophy at Texas Tech University)
The life and times of Charles Sanders Peirce. Hypertext editions of
Peirce's writings. Information about mailing lists, events, organizations
and individuals concerned with Peirce and his ideas.
VISIO - Association Internationale de Sémiotique Visuelle (Université Laval, Canada)
Since 1996, VISIO is the official research journal of the International
Association for Visual Semiotics (IAVS) founded at Blois (France) in
1990. As a peer-reviewed International Journal for Visual Semiotics,
VISIO publishes the latest research in the field.
450 Jahre Giordano Bruno (Dr. Wolfgang Wildgen, Bremen).
Contains information about the Italian philosopher G. Bruno (1548-1600)
his cosmology of infinite worlds, in his model of artificial memory
and his semiotics.
SEE: Semiosis. Evolution. Energy (Edwina Taborsky, University of Toronto)
Pansemiotics, exploring semiosis from the "micro" to the "macro". Covering biosemiotics, physics and symmetry, robotics, computers and cognition, economics and social systems.
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