Journal of Applied Semiotics
IJAS is a refereed journal
published twice a year in the spring and the fall for the special
interest group (SIG) in "Semiotics and Education" of the
American Education Research Association in conjunction with Atwood Publishing. It constitutes a forum of research
and discussion on the applications of semiotic theory to education,
clinical practices, learning, and other areas of social concern. It
also provides space for original work in semiotic theory and practice.
We are pleased to announce that
François Tochon will be the primary editor of the journal beginning
in Fall 2007. Please direct all editorial inquires to him at
François V. Tochon, Language
Education, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 144D, 225 N Mills St.,
Madison, WI 53706, U.S.A.
Linda Rogers, Liberal Studies
Institute, Human Development Program, California State University,
Monterey Bay, 100 Campus Center, Bldg 15, Seaside, CA 93955,
Marcel Danesi, Program in
Semiotics and Communication Theory, NF 217, Victoria College,
University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1K7 Canada
IJAS is pleased to receive
copies of new books related to the field of education and applied
semiotics. Please contact
François Tochon (email@example.com)
or Linda Babler
(firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information.
Mohammed Riad Ahmed, Yves Bertrand,
Lisa Block de Behar, Rocco Capozzi, Constance Classen, Paul Colilli,
Jim Cummins, Elizabeth Debold, John Deely, Umberto Eco, Edna Erez,
Jacques Fontanille, Noel Gough, Nathan Hauser, Karen Haworth, David
Howes, Jorgen Dines Johansen, Ivan Kalmar, John Kennedy, Richard L.
Lanigan, Michele Lettieri, Peter Mc Laren, Harry McMahon, Floyd
Merrell, Giuseppe Mininni, Elizabeth Morley, Frank Nuessel, David
Olson, Phyllis Passariello, Michael Patton, Paul Perron, Terry J.
Prewitt, François Rastier, Irmengard Rauch, Martin Ryder, Leonard G.
Sbrocchi, Howard A. Smith, Marc Spoelders, Eero
Tarasti, Renzo Titone, Pierre Trudel, Jean Umiker-Sebeok, Albert
Valdman, Anthony Verna, W. C. Watt, Rodney Williamson.
For submission information see
the SIG’s website.