Volume 5, Issue 2 (2019) – Semiotics of Monuments: Politics & Form from the 20th to the 21st century

Punctum is a blind peer-reviewed, on-line journal dedicated to the semiotic study of contemporary cultural texts, practices and processes, published under the auspices of the Hellenic Semiotic Society. 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 papers, review articles, book reviews) across this wide range of semiotic fields and methodologies on an on-going basis, and regularly puts out calls for special issues with guest editors.

Volume 5, Issue 2 (2019)

Semiotics of Monuments: Politics & Form from the 20th to the 21st century

Edited by Lia Yoka and Federico Bellentani

 

Table of Contents

Articles

Introduction (300 downloads)

Lia Yoka & Federico Bellentani

The publication of memory: From the Via Crucis to the terrorist memorial (190 downloads)

Goran Sönesson

Questioning what remains: A semiotic approach to studying difficult monuments (191 downloads)

Mario Panico

Stones of oblivion/stones of truth: A semiotic approach to the Valle de los Caídos and the politics of memory in contemporary Spain (192 downloads)

Miguel Fernandez Belmonte

Story of a counter monument: Doris Salcedo’s Fragmentos in Bogotá (166 downloads)

Patrizia Violi

Political monuments in Lithuania: Artistic aesthetics and national identity (159 downloads)

Victorija Rimaitė

The mass: A neglected plastic sign of sculpture (231 downloads)

Sergei Kruk

Νon-monuments: Popular artifacts and their function (240 downloads)

Ariel Barbieri

Mediating mediations of the past: Monuments on photographs, postcards and social media (159 downloads)

Eirini Papadaki

 

Travelogue

Two museum visits in Lund, Sweden and the streets between them: Accidental monuments between public and curated spaces (237 downloads)

Orestis Pangalos

 

Portfolio Reviews

‘This is the time. And this is the record of the time’: A post-modern photographic Grand Tour (160 downloads)

Hercules Papaioannou

Public Monuments (photographic portfolio) (194 downloads)

Paris Petridis

 

Book Reviews

The language of Brexit, or why words matter (182 downloads)

Dimitrios E. Akrivoulis

Performing the self through social media (184 downloads)

Caroline Tagg

 

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Volume 5, Issue 2 (2019) Full Issue (317 downloads)
ISSN 2459-2943
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