The American Journal of Semiotics
The Journal of the Semiotic Society of America
André De Tienne, Editor-in-Chief
Christopher Morrissey and Jamin Pelkey, Managing Editors
The American Journal of Semiotics is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary research publication produced by the Semiotic Society of America that welcomes original contributions in the form of topical articles, response articles, and critical reviews on any subject related to the science of signs and meaning, whether theoretical, methodological, or applied. Open to all semiotic traditions, the journal expects submissions to make advances in fundamental sign theory, or to leverage semiotic methodologies for rigorous interpretive exploration of communication processes throughout the semiotic sphere, whether physical, logical, biological, physiological, ecological, phenomenological, psychological, anthropological, sociological, political, philosophical, theological, cosmological, or any such modes in combination.
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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.
· ISSN 0277-7126 (print) · Single issues: Institutions $25, Individuals $15 · Combined issues priced accordingly ·
· ISSN 2153-2990 (online) · Online access includes volume 1 (1981) to the present ·
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