Semiotics and Political Discourse
We're pleased to announce that the twenty-fifth issue of AS/SA is now live. Its theme is the Semiotics of political discourse, and its URL is
AS/SA No 24 is Live
Professor João Queiroz of UFJF Brazil has put together an excellent new issue as guest editor. Featured are some of the world's leading semiotics scholars. The issue is devoted to the problem of culture in translation.
Dr Marteinson Invited to Join Editorial Board of Comedy Studies Journal
We are pleased to announce that Dr Marteinson has been invited by Prof. Chris Ritchie (Southampton Solent University) to be a member
of the Editorial Board of the new scholarly review Comedy Studies at that UK university.
He will continue to edit AS/SA while contributing to the success of this new endeavour on the study of comedy as it is known in today's popular culture.
Congratulations to Dr Marteinson, Dr Ritchie and the Board at CS.
AS/SA No. 21 is live
The Fall Issue of Applied Semiotics / Sémiotique appliquée is now available. Devoted to the problem of the cultural intension, it features articles by Mohammed Thawabteh, Fee A. Haase, Danielle Dubroca Galin, and Scott Schönfeldt-Aultman.
New Article & Author Hyperindexes
We are proud to announce the completion of a major project: to collect and compile all important links to the research published on AS/SA since 1995, in html and pdf format, all on a single web page, sortable by chronological appearance or alphabetically by author's last name:
Author Index (Alphabetical):
Article Index (Chronological):
Not only are they complete, and carefully corrected, but we have also included the academic abstract of each article in a mouseover text box that pops up when you place your mouse over any [pdf] or [html] link. Try it!
Issues 1-12 Now Live in Free PDF Format
Good news-- we've now made the first two-thirds of our existing AS/SA Issues, from 1 to 12, available online in PDF format matching the pagination of the new Print Edition. You can gain access to these files by visiting the existing home page for each issue of AS/SA. All PDF files are available without charge, as always. We don't do it for the money, it's just our way of helping further academic research in the area of semiotics.
AS/SA No 18 is online
We are pleased to announce that the December 2006 issue, "Documenting Collective Beliefs" is live online as of today. Scholarly contributions by researchers in all related fields are invited for the upcoming issues.