The American Journal of Semiotics
The Journal of the Semiotic Society of America
John Deely, Editor
Christopher Morrissey, Managing Editor
The American Journal of Semiotics is a peer-reviewed research publication with an interdisciplinary focus on the general subject of signs and sign systems. It explores all communication and culture experienced as discourse codes, including events, messages, practices, and texts expressed and perceived as cultural, social, and natural subjects or objects. TAJS publishes topical articles, response articles or comments, and critical reviews, and also provides a venue for unusually long manuscripts.
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Contributors include Mary Catherine Bateson, Marcello Barbieri, Marcel Danesi, Boris Gasparov, Nathan Houser, Julia Kristeva, Jerzy Pelc, Susan Petrilli, Roland Posner, Thomas Sebeok, and Slavoj Žižek.
Yearbook of the Semiotic Society of America
Volume 1 - present
- Semiotic Scene
Bulletin of the Semiotic Society of America
1977 - 1981
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