Approaches to Semiotica

Also created in 1969, the “Approaches” are one of the major book series in semiotics with more than 130 vols. Although not a publication of the IASS-AIS, the Approaches series is closely connected to the Association (and, thus, should be included on this page), first of all by the editors of the series Thomas A. Sebeok, Roland Posner, and Alain Rey, and, secondly, by the Proceedings of IASS-AIS Congresses, which were published there with the exception of the Palermo Congress. In Sebeok’s words (1996: 26) the “Approaches” series is meant “to shelter important works in semiotic studies too hefty to appear in journal format — as supplementary to Semiotica.”


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