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Friday, 3 January 2014

NASS members' page: Articles freely available online, and more

Late last autumn the Nordic Association for Semiotic Studies (NASS) launced a members' subpage. My info reads like this:

Academic blog: Utopian Realism

Academic articles freely available online:
Tønnessen, Morten 2003. Umwelt EthicsSign Systems Studies 31 (1): 281-299.
— 2009. The Semioethics Interviews I: John Deely: ‘Tell Me, Where Is Morality Bred?’Hortus Semioticus, number 4 (August 2009): 57-80.
— 2009. Signs Grow – But Should They? Semioethics and the Dominant Semiosis of Homo sapiens sapiens (= Meditationes Semioticae I). Hortus Semioticus, number 4 (August 2009): 81-84.
— 2010. The Bio-Translator – Interview with Professor in Biosemiotics Kalevi Kull. Co-written with Riin Magnus. Hortus Semioticus 6: 77-103. Includes full bibliography of Kalevi Kull’s biosemiotic publications.
— 2010. Is a Wolf wild as Long as it Does Not Know that It Is Being Thoroughly Handled? Humanimalia – a journal of human/animal interface studies 2(1) (Fall 2010): 1-8.
— 2011. Umwelt Transition and Uexküllian Phenomenology – An Ecosemiotic Analysis of Norwegian Wolf Management (= Dissertationes Semioticae Universitatis Tartuensis 16). Doctoral dissertation. Tartu: Tartu University Press. 232 pp. Introduction available online.
— 2011. Fra by og land, mann mot mann til visjon 2040 [From city against countryside, man against man to vision 2040]. Kulturverk (online magazine), published in three parts Nov. 13Nov. 17 and Nov. 24.

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