Thursday, 6 August 2020

To write chapter on biosemiotic medicine

I have agreed to write a book chapter on biosemiotic medicine for a book edited by Carlos Guido Musso on kidney cross talk which is prospectively to be published by Springer. My chapter will address connections between biosemiotic perspectives and human and animal health issues, and include discussion about the body as interface between human health and ecology.

Tuesday, 4 August 2020

Minimizing anthropogenic mortality paper not selected for virtual IAEP 2020 conference

I have been notified by organizers that my paper proposal "The case for minimizing anthropogenic mortality in wildlife management" has not been selected for the program of the virtual version of the 2020 conference of the International Association for Environmental Philosophy (IAEP). The conference was originally to be held in Toronto in October.

Sunday, 26 July 2020

Member of committee for publication project at University of Valladolid

I have agreed to be part of a committee related to a publication project at University of Valladolid (Spain) run by Juan R. Coca which involves publishing a digital book on biosemiotics, and another one within biosociology.

Thursday, 16 July 2020

Google Scholar: 483 citations; i10-index 18

According to my Google Scholar profile, my research has by now attracted 483 citations (+7 since June 25th). This includes 35 citations in 2020 (+2). My i10-index is now 18 (+1 since June 25th); my h-index remains 12.

Wednesday, 15 July 2020

NASS letter no. 16

The Spring 2020 newsletter of the Nordic Association for semiotic studies (NASS) has appeared (distributed by email). It will soon appear here.

Sunday, 12 July 2020

#54,5: How to solve the environmental crisis

The Spring terms last writing day - with some 1.200 words written, and the revision of my article "Anticipating the societal transformation required to solve the environmental crisis in the 21st century" finally finished. Includes thorough treatment of deep ecology vs. ecomodernism. 116 references - possibly the most in any of my articles so far. One of the longest also (more than 19.000 words).

July ended up being the month this Spring (sic) with the most words written - 9.246 words, vs. 7.455 in June and 7.414 in January (top 3). Altogether 45.161 words written (academic texts) in the Spring term.

54,5 writing days is also a record, compared to the last few previous years.

And now: Summer holidays.

Friday, 10 July 2020

#53,5

Another writing day working on my article on "how to solve the environmental crisis", with some 1.200 words written. Total number of writing days is up to 53,5.

Bed time.