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Semiotics

The Proceedings of the Semiotic Society of America

Jamin Pelkey, Karen A. Haworth, Jason Hogue, and Leonard G. Sbrocchi, Editors

The Semiotic Society of America is an interdisciplinary professional organization that supports innovative scholarship linking analytical and critical approaches to the postmodern world. The Semiotics series contains the proceedings of the society's annual meetings. First published in 1980, this series provide a unique overview of the development of semiotics in the 20th century. Contributors include Eugen Baer, Vincent Colapietro, Marcel Danesi, John Deely, Nathan Houser, Stephanie Walsh Matthews, Frank Nuessel, Susan Petrilli, Augusto Ponzio, Roland Posner, Thomas Sebeok, and many others. This collection is available in cooperation with Legas Publishing.

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    -- Semiotics 2003: "Semiotics and National Identity"
    -- Semiotics 2000: "Sebeok's Century"

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