Göran Sonesson, Lund University, Semiotics, Centre for language and literature, Faculty Member. Studies History, Philosophy, and Anthropology. Göran. Göran Sonesson, Lund University, Semiotics/Centre for cognitive semiotics, Faculty Member. Studies Cognitive Semiotics, Semiotics, and Pictorial Semiotics. Göran Sonesson, born , is a semiotician specializing in pictorial, cultural, and cognitive semiotics. In recent years, he has also been concerned with the.
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I am Professor of Semiotics at Lund University, where I direct the Semiotics Seminar sinceand head of the Snesson for cognitive semiotics, starting in I am the initiator of the doctorate in semiotics at Lund University which formally begun its existence in sonesdon Greimas, where I headed a section concerned with gestures.
Between andI conducted research in semiotics and linguistics in Mexico, particularly as applied to Mayan languages and culture.
After I had graduated in general linguistics in Lund in and in semiotics in Paris the same year, I have mostly been involved in semiotic research. Semiotics is the science of meaning, not only in language. Most of the time I have been concerned to visual semiotics, the semiotics of gesture, cultural semiotics, the epistemology of semiotics, psychological-semiotic experiments with children and apes, and more, recently e, with evolutionary semiotics.
Since I returned to Sweden from France and Mexico inI have established semiotic research in this country. The focus of my research has recently been on the evolution and development of semiotic resources in human beings and children, first in the context of the project Language, Gestures and Images in a Semiotic Developmental Perspective SGBin collaboration between semiotics and linguistics and cognitive science, followed by the EU project Stages in the Evolution and Development of Sign Use SEDSUwhich was a collaboration with psychologists, primatologists and linguists in several parts of Europe, and most recently in the Centre for Cognitive Semioticswhich included representatives of semiotics, linguistics and several other human sciences at Lund University.
My most recent project, The Meeting of Them and Us MATUSinvolved encounters between cultures in terms of cultural semantic terms, divided into two periods, the discovery of other continents and present time. My book Pictorial concepts Lund: Lund University Press has gained international recognition as a fundamental contribution to visual semiotics.
In Swedish, I have also published the first comprehensive textbook that exists in any language in visual semiotics, Bildbetydelser Lund: I have also been one of the editors, with a special focus on visual semiotics, for Encyclopedia of Semioticspublished by Oxford University Press infor which I have also written many entries.
I am the author of the overviews of pictorial semiotics in the Encyclopedic Dictionary of SemioticsSebeok, T. De Gruyter Mouton DeGruyteras well as of the semiotics of photography in the International Handbook of Semiotics. The Cognitive Semiotics of Cultural Evolution.
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About the research After I had graduated in general linguistics in Lund in and in semiotics in Paris the same year, I have mostly been involved in semiotic research. Publications Books 4 Sonesson, G. Inledning till bildsemiotiken som vetenskap. Inquiries into the semiotic heritage and its relevance for the analysis of the visual world. Une machine a signifier: The cognitive semiotics of cultural evolution.
Peter Lang Publishing Group. External full text Restricted access – New window Zlatev, J. Meaning, mind and communication: Explorations in cognitive semiotics. External full text Restricted access – New window Sonesson, G. External full text New window Sonesson, G. Articles 54 Sonesson, G. Reflections on the scholastic heritage conveyed by john deely to contemporary semiotics.
American Journal of Semiotics, 34, Beyond the “Tragedy of culture”: In-between epistemology and communication.
American Journal of Semiotics, 33, Greimasean phenomenology and beyond: From isotopy to time consciousness.
Preliminaries to a Taxonomy of Intersemiosis. Semiotics in Sweden Art in-between Modernism and Prehistory. The phenomenological semiotics of iconicity and pictoriality – including some replies to my critics.
Language and Semiotic Studies, 2, External full text New window Lenninger, S.
Semiotics and Cognition in Human Development Introduction. Cognitive Development, 36, Bats out of the belfry: The nature of metaphor, with special attention to pictorial metaphors. Signs and media, 11, From Remembering to Memory by Way of Culture: A Study in Cognitive Semiotics. Southern Semiotic Review, 5, From Visual Thinking to Pictorial Concepts.
Gestalt Theory, 37, The mirror in-between picture and mind: A phenomenologically inspired approach to cognitive semiotics. Chinese Semiotic Sonssson, 11, The psychological development of semiotic competence: Cognitive Psychology, 36, Translation and Other Acts of Meaning: Cognitive Semiotics, 7, From sign to action: Chimpanzees show a developmental increase in susceptibility to gorann yawning: A test of the effect of ontogeny and emotional closeness giran yawn contagion.
Public Library of Science. New rules for the spaces of urbanity.
International Journal for the Semiotics of Law, Spaces of urbanity revisited: The natural history of branching: Signs sonesson Society, 1, University of Chicago Press. Two strands of rhetoric in advertising discourse. International Journal of Marketing Semiotics, 1, Understanding communicative intentions and semiotic vehicles by children and chimpanzees.
Cognitive Development, 28, Annals of Semiotics, The foundation of cognitive semiotics in the phenomenology goean signs and meanings. Association pour la Recherche Cognitive.
Göran Sonesson – Google Scholar Citations
The meanings of structuralism: Segni e comprensione, XXVI, Semiotics of Art, Life, and Thought: The Mind in the Picture and the Picture in the Mind: A Phenomenological Approach to Cognitive Semiotics. Rivista di semiotica, Bildens yta och djup. International Journal of Semiotics, 1, From mimicry to mime by way of mimesis: Sign Systems Studies, 38,