New Book Release

Infoling 3.23 (2023)
Title:Bloomsbury Semiotics, 4 vols.
Author:Pelkey, Jamin
Year of Publication:2022
Place of Publication:Londres (Reino Unido)

Bloomsbury Semiotics offers a state-of-the-art overview of the entire field of semiotics from a wide range of disciplinary perspectives. With four volumes spanning theory, method and practice across the disciplines, this definitive reference work comprises:

Volume 1: History and Semiosis
Volume 2: Semiotics in the Natural and Technical Sciences
Volume 3: Semiotics in the Arts and Social Sciences
Volume 4: Semiotic Movements

Uniting fragmented disciplines under the framework of semiotic theory, this set emphasizes and strengthens common bonds shared across intellectual cultures, and facilitates the discovery and recovery of meaning across fields. Providing comprehensive overviews of the history and status of semiotic inquiry across a diverse range of traditions and disciplines, chapters are written by leading international experts. Together, they highlight key contemporary developments and debates before casting a vision for future research priorities, identifying unanswered questions and fresh openings for participation.

Providing the most comprehensive and united overview of the entire field for semioticians, Bloomsbury Semiotics enables anyone, from students to seasoned practitioners, to better understand and benefit from semiotic insight and how it relates to their own area of study or research.

Subject Area(s):Análisis del discurso, Otras especialidades, Pragmática, Semántica, Teorías lingüísticas
Table of Contents

VOLUME 1: HISTORY AND SEMIOSIS, edited by Jamin Pelkey

Introduction, Jamin Pelkey


1. Global Semiotics, Paul Cobley


2. Pre-Modern Semiotics, Martin Švantner and Michal Karla


3. Early-Modern Semiotics, Michal Karla and Tuuli Pern


4. Pragmatist Semiotics, Winfried Nöth


5. Post/Structuralist Semiotics, Massimo Leone


6. Reality and Semiosis, Marc Champagne


7. Evolution and Semiosis, Alexei Sharov and Kalevi Kull


8. Consciousness and Semiosis, Jordan Zlatev and Piotr Konderak


9. Iconicity and Semiosis, Göran Sonesson


10. Opposition and Semiosis, Marcel Danesi


11. Habit and Semiosis, Donna West


12. Ideology and Semiosis, Susan Petrilli and Augusto Ponzio


13. Classifying Signs, Priscila Borges


14. Applying Signs, John Coletta and Didier Tsala Effa



VOLUME 2: SEMIOTICS IN THE NATURAL AND TECHNICAL SCIENCES, edited by Jamin Pelkey and Stéphanie Walsh Matthews


Introduction, Stéphanie Walsh Matthews


1. Semiotics in Mathematics and Logic, Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen and Frederik Stjernfelt


2. Semiotics in General Biology, Kalevi Kull and Don Favareau


3. Semiotics in Ecology and Environmental Studies, Timo Maran


4. Semiotics in Ethology and Zoology, Morten Tønnessen


5. Semiotics in Evolutionary Linguistics, Jamin Pelkey and Prisca Augustyn


6. Semiotics in Health and Medicine, John Tredinnick-Rowe and Donald E. Stanley


7. Semiotics in Psychiatry and Psychology, Norbert Andersch


8. Semiotics in Neuroscience and Cognition, Kristian Tylén and Jijo Kandamkulathy


9. Semiotics in Computing and Information Systems, Martin Irvine


10. Semiotics in Economics and Finance, Todd Oakley


11. Semiotics in Law and Jurisprudence, Clara Chapdelaine-Feliciati


12. Semiotics in Architecture and Spatial Design, Gabriele Aroni


13. Semiotics in Graphic Design, Steven Skaggs


14. Semiotics in Marketing and Branding, Kristian Bankov and Dimitar Trendafilov


VOLUME 3: SEMIOTICS IN THE ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, edited by Jamin Pelkey, Susan Petrilli and Sophia Melanson Ricciardone


Introduction, Susan Petrilli and Sophia Melanson Ricciardone


1. Semiotics in Philosophy and Critical Theory, Vincent Colapietro


2. Semiotics in Anthropology and Ethnography, Sally Ness and Steve Coleman


3. Semiotics in History and Archaeology, Marek Tamm and Robert Preucel


4. Semiotics in Theology and Religious Studies, Massimo Leone


5. Semiotics in Ethics and Caring, Susan Petrilli


6. Semiotics in Sociology and Political Science, Risto Heiskala and Peeter Selg


7. Semiotics in Learning and Education, Andrew Stables and Alin Olteanu


8. Semiotics in Picture and Image Studies, Sara Lenninger and Göran Sonesson


9. Semiotics in Film and Video Studies, Piero Polidoro and Adriano D'Aloia


10. Semiotics in Music and Musicology, William Dougherty and Esti Sheinberg


11. Semiotics in Performance and Dance, Nikoleta Popa Blanariu


12. Semiotics in Rhetoric and Poetics, Per Aage Brandt and Todd Oakely


13. Semiotics in Literature and Narratology, Stéphanie Walsh Matthews and Paul Perron


14. Semiotics in Structural Linguistics, Anne-Gaëlle Toutain and Ekaterina Velmezova


VOLUME 4: SEMIOTICS MOVEMENTS, edited by Jamin Pelkey and Paul Cobley


Introduction, Paul Cobley


1. Communication Theory and Semiotics, Richard Lanigan


2. Media/Culture Studies and Semiotics, Sophia Melanson Ricciardone and Marcel Danesi


3. Digital Humanities and Semiotics, Alin Olteanu and Arianna Ciula


4. Systems Theory and Semiotics, Ricardo Gudwin and João Queiroz


5. Phenomenology and Semiotics, Peer F. Bundgaard


6. Hermeneutics and Semiotics, Ronald C. Arnett and Susan Mancino


7. Translation Studies and Semiotics, Evangelos Kourdis and Ritva Hartama-Heinonen


8. Pragmatics and Semiotics, Per Aage Brandt


9. Gesture Studies and Semiotics, Irene Mittelberg and Jennifer Hinnell


10. Multimodality and Semiotics, David Machin and Ariel Chen


11. Discourse Analysis and Semiotics, Kay O'Halloran and Sabine Tan


12. Integrational Linguistics and Semiotics, Adrian Pablé


13. Cognitive Linguistics and Semiotics, Jordan Zlatev and Möttönen Tapani


14. Cognitive Science and Semiotics, Göran Sonesson

Series or CollectionBloomsbury Academic
Format:libro impreso
Price: 535,00 EUR

Fecha de publicación en Infoling:9 de March de 2023