Story and Organization
Lexia is the international journal of semiotics published by the Department of Arts, University of Turin who study and research through a scientific approach characterized by a vision of the discipline open to receive and cultivate the insights of semiotics of Peirce, Saussure and Lotman. Active from 1993 to 1998 as a magazine of the Turin Center Semiotics, Lexia is reborn in an entirely new role in 2009 as an international peer-reviewed journal published by semioticians of the Department of Philosophy, University of Turin.
DIRECTION: Ugo Volli
SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE: Kristian Bankov, Pierre-Marie Beaude, Denis Bertrand, Omar Calabrese, Donatella Di Cesare, Raul Dorra, Ruggero Eugeni, Guido Ferraro, Bernard Jackson, Eric Landowski, Giovanni Manetti, Diego Marconi, Gianfranco Marrone, José Augusto Mourão José Maria Paz Gago, Isabella Pezzini, Marina Sbisà, Frederik Stjernfelt, Peeter Torop, Eero Tarasti, Patrizia Violi
EDITORIAL: Massimo Leone
INDEXING: Lexia is currently under assessment by Thomson Reuters Publishing to acquire the status of the journal ISI.
HEADQUARTERS: Circe (Interdepartmental Center for Communication Research), based at the University of Turin, Department of Philosophy, via Sant'Ottavio 20, 10124 Torino. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Registered at the Court of Turin n. 4 of 26/02/2009.
ADMINISTRATION AND MEMBERSHIPS: Arachne publishing Srl, Via Raffaele Garofalo, AB 133, 00173 Rome. Info: email@example.com.
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Lexia Social is curated by Gabriele Marino (PhD), Simona Stano (PhD), Alessandra CHIAPPORI and Mattia Thibault (PhDcs) [since 2014]