Call for papers Lexia
Available on this site the new call for papers for Lexia's next issue, curated by Massimo Leone and Zhang Jiang, dedicated to the important topic of intentionality.
Intentionality is a crucial research topic, both in natural sciences and humanities. In semiotic intentionality is studied in relation to the concept of text.
The number 27-28 Lexia welcomes articles about the relationship between text and intentionality, the report considered from the point of view of semiotics and related disciplines.
Below the scheduled calendar for volume publishing:
June 15, 2017: deadline for sending articles;
July 15, 2017: completion of the double anonymous reference to articles;
September 15, 2017: deadline for submitting articles modified according to anonymous auditors' directions;
December 15, 2017: publication of Lexia number 27-28.
Articles, long no more than 30,000 spaces included, must comply with Lexia's editorial standards and include a summary in English no longer than 500 words and 5 keywords in English; all materials must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Languages: English (preferred), Chinese, French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish [other languages if available]
The full text of the call is available in pdf format
Lexia, the international magazine of Circe, the Interdepartmental Centre for Communication Research at the University of Turin, calls for contributions to be published in issue no. 25 which will be released in 2017. The topic of the next issue is "Semiotics of Aspectuality": contributions (max 30,000 characters) accompanied by an English abstract of 500 words and 5 keywords, may be sent to Massimo Leone (max. email@example.com) by 15 December 2016.
For further information consult the full call in pdf format.
It is available online the new call for papers for the number 24 of Lexia, the international magazine of Semiotics edited by Circe, the Interdepartmental Centre for Research on Communication of the University of Turin. The number, entitled "Semiotics of virality: for epidemiology of the sense", is entirely devoted to the subject of virality and analysis of signification systems that oversee the creation, transformation and propagation of content on the web.
The contributions, 30,000 characters maximum, must be accompanied by an English abstract of 500 words, 5 key words in English and must be sent to Gabriele Marino (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Matt Thibault (mattia.thibault@gmail. com). The deadline for submission of contributions is set for June 15, 2016, while the publication of issue is scheduled for December 15, 2016.
You can download the complete call in pdf format