Call for Submissions: Linguistics and Semiotics, The American Journal of Semiotics 2005
tom.craig at SYMPATICO.CA
Tue Feb 10 21:58:32 UTC 2004
Winter greetings from the Niagara Region,
Would you please pass on the following call for submissions to list
members who may be interested in the topic?
(Apologies for any cross-posting duplicates.)
Tom Craig, PhD
paradocs at communicology.org
Fellow & Internet Director, International Communicology Institute
Guest Editor: Linguistics and Semiotics,
The American Journal of Semiotics (ISSN: 0277-7126)
Sessional Instructor, Interdisciplinary Studies,
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
The American Journal of SEMIOTICS
An international quarterly research publication of the
Semiotic Society of America
Issue Theme: Linguistics and Semiotics
featuring Kenneth Pike: A Sign
Guest Editor, Thomas D. Craig, Ph.D
Fellow, International Communicology Institute,
and former graduate student of Kenneth Pike
Manuscript are invited for Spring 2005 publication.
Deadline for the receipt of submissions is January 15, 2005.
Manuscripts dealing broadly with the connection between Linguistics
and Semiotics are welcome, A special focus of the issue will be the
of the legendary linguist and semiotic scholar Kenneth Pike, a life
member of the Semiotics Society of America (SSA). The feature section
will be led by Professor Pike’s article “Semantic Domains Seen as
Spokes Emerging from the Hub of a Knowledge Wheel, but Linked in a Rim
Experience”, his keynote address at the SSA Conference in San Antonio,
Texas, 19 October 1995. Any manuscripts related to Pike’s work will be
included in this feature section.
Three high quality copies of a computer generated manuscript (1.5
paced lines) should initially be submitted along with a cover sheet
(1) manuscript title,
(2) author’s name, address, and institutional affiliation, and
(3) author’s phone numbers, e-mail, and fax.
Manuscripts may be Monographs (30-50 pp.) or Articles (16-20 pp.) Book
Review Essays and Book Reviews are also welcome. If the manuscript is
accepted, an e-mail attachment version must be submitted as an RTF
document (Rich Text Format).
Manuscripts must conform to the Semiotic Society of America Style
Sheet with particular attention to the historical layering of the
list). Contact the Guest Editor for an e-mail attachment copy of the
journal style sheet. Manuscripts are reviewed by the Guest Editor,
Editor, and members of the Editorial Board. The Editor, Richard L.
Lanigan, makes the final decision to publish.
Manuscripts and questions related to this Call should be sent to:
Thomas D. Craig
Guest Editor, The American Journal of SEMIOTICS
Office of Interdisciplinary Studies, TSH-724
E-mail: paradocs at communicology.org
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