Revue – Issue 15 of Southern Semiotic Review

We are pleased to announce Issue 15 of Southern Semiotic Review.

The issue can be found at

We are also pleased to announce that the journal has been accepted for inclusion in Scopus.

Submissions for Issue 16 due for publication in May are now welcome. 

  • Editorial Issue 15
  • The Metaphysical Quality that gives a Visual Identity Mark its Sway by Jacqueline Hill
  • Revisiting the Theory-Constitutive Metaphor by Bent Sørensen, Torkild Thellefsen and Amalia Nurma Dewi
  • Semiotic and Rhetorical Patterns in Dance and Gestural Languages by Nicoleta Popa Blanariu
  • Identity Today and the Critical Task of Semioethics by Susan Petrilli
  • Jules Verne’s ‘Around the World in 80 Days’: Multilingualism, Multiculturalism and Symbols by Haroula Hatzimihail and Ioannis Pantelidis
  • On the Relation between Memory and Language from a Cultural-historical Perspective in Neurolinguistics by Marcus Oliveira and Rosana Pinto
  • The National Anthem as a Symbol of Religiosity in Nigeria by Adewale Adelakun and Olusegun Oladosu
Fédération Romane de Sémiotique
Romance Federation of Semiotics
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