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Signata aims to collect, organize, and put to the test the approaches that drive current semiotic research. The journal does not favor any particular theory, school, or object of study: Its goal is to nurture semiotics as a disciplinary project. The journal aims on the one hand to identify the main issues currently explored by the language sciences and, on the other, to structure lines of internationally recognized semiotic research.

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14 | 2023
Pour une nouvelle herméneutique des formes symboliques

sémiotique, histoire de l’art et humanités numériques
For a New Hermeneutics of Symbolic Forms: Semiotics, Art History and Digital Humanities
Edited by Pierluigi Basso Fossali, Ralph Dekoninck, Maria Giulia Dondero and Sophie Raux
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