Volume 09 : Issue 01 : 2023
The Meaning of Collections between Media and Practices

Edited by: Gabriele Marino & Bruno Surace

 

Journal of SemiotIcs Volume 09: Issue 01: 2023. The Meaning of Collections between Media and Practices

Punctum. is a blind peer-reviewed, on-line journal dedicated to the semiotic study of contemporary cultural texts, practices and processes, published by the Hellenic Semiotic Society, member of the International Association for Semiotic Studies (IASS).

Aspiring to provide a venue for the advancement of international semiotic scholarship, the journal is published twice a year (July & December) in English, although submissions in French and German will be accepted as well. Punctum.’s Editorial Board reflects both its international scope and the diversity of contemporary semiotic research and theory.

Punctum. invites submissions (original research papers, review articles, book reviews) across a wide range of semiotic fields and methodologies on an on-going basis, and regularly puts out calls for special issues with guest editors. The journal’s contents are registered with CrossRef and indexed in Scopus and EBSCO.

 

 

Articles The meaning of collections between media and practices: An introduction (648 downloads )
Gabriele Marino and Bruno Surace
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Approaching semiospheres through lists of songs: The semiotics of musical playlists (530 downloads )
Sebastián Moreno Barreneche
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Collecting movie posters: Changes in the digital age (467 downloads )
Margaux Cerutti
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Accumulation of words: lists in the Italian public discourse (494 downloads )
Roberta Cicchirillo
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L’analyse sérielle des œuvres picturales (433 downloads )
Jacques Fontanille
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La crise d’accumulation du passé au risque de la mort des sémiophores (498 downloads )
Daniel Jacobi
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To do-lists and to-be lists: identities as inventories in Bouvard et Pécuchet and À rebours (474 downloads )
Rocco Pellino
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‘Having everything, possessing nothing’: archives and archiving in the digital era (465 downloads )
Ioulia Pentazou
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Collecting objects, becoming human subjects: The fetishism of collection in modern myths and narratives (494 downloads )
Francesco Piluso
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The ‘dizziness’ of accumulation: how digital collecting is undermining the very meaning of collection (497 downloads )
Gabriella Rava
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Socio-semiotic considerations about playlists (597 downloads )
Emiliano Vargas
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Reviews Des noms propres pourvus de sens (430 downloads )
Sémir Badir
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Theories and practices of audiovisual translation in the theatre (424 downloads )
Dominic Glynn
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Semioethic translative practices concerning emotions and the challenges of localized identity (458 downloads )
Ionut Untea
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Full Issue Volume 9, Issue 1 (2023) Full Issue (2421 downloads )
Gabriele Marino and Bruno Surace
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Punctum Semiotics Monographs

VOLUME 1: Isabella Pezzini (ed.) Paolo Fabbri. Unfolding semiotics. Pour la sémiotique a venir

Table of Contents
Isabella Pezzini, To P.F. – Permanent center of gravity – Anna Mondavio, Paolo Fabbri, maître à penser de la sémiotique – Lucia Corrain, In the form of a biography. Semiotics as a way of life – Paolo Fabbri, Some thoughts on proxemics (and an update) – Pierluigi Basso Fossali, Institutions as double agents: programming discourses and modal adjustments – Lucia Corrain, The iconoclasm of the everyday – Jacques Fontanille, Paolo Fabbri: maître  penser, ami à présenterManar Hammad, Quand le sens n’est pas dans l’ image détruite – Tarcisio Lancioni, Us, and its body – Jorge Lozano, Eulogy of conflict – Anna Maria Lorusso, For an Interventionist Semiotics – Gianfranco Marrone, Marked Semiotics: Tactics and Strategies – Federico Montanari, From Venezia back to Paolo Fabbri. Dan Graham: ‘Mirror Power’ Strategies – Neyla Graciela Pardo Abril, The semiotic landscape of memories in the Colombian post-agreement period –  Isabella Pezzini, The Theater of Passions. Anger and enthusiasm in Ladj Ly’s Les MiserablesMaria Pia Pozzato, Verba non volant. Oral expression in the teaching and theoretical reflection of Paolo Fabbri – Franciscu Sedda, The “posterior past” of the new iconoclasm – Pino Donghi, The rigors of imagination. An interview with Paolo Fabbri – Valentina Manchia, Seeing double, seeing beyond. Paolo Fabbri’s gaze on art – Francesco Mangiapane, Being Paolo Fabbri, Marked.

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