- contribute to and elaborate biosemiotics
- be up-to-date regarding theory, methods and data, and
- demonstrate understanding of, and refer to, existing works in the field.
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
CFP: Gatherings in Biosemiotics 14
Gatherings in Biosemiotics 14
Middlesex University, London (UK), 30 June – 4 July 2014.
The Fourteenth Annual Gathering in Biosemiotics will be held in London from 30 June to 4 July 2014, under the auspices of Middlesex University in collaboration with the International Society of Biosemiotic Studies. The aim of the gathering is to provide scholars and researchers in various academic disciplines with a common platform to discuss the roles played by signs and communication in life processes.
The Scientific Advisory Committee of the 14th Gathering in Biosemiotics invites scholars and researchers from all over the world to submit their abstracts of presentations which are primarily centred on the roles and the significance of signs in life processes. Favoured abstracts will
Abstracts should be 300-600 words, typed using a standard word processing format (using Times New Roman 12 point font, and setting the page size for A4). Abstracts should be submitted as single page files to the following address:abstracts2014 [a] biosemiotics.org to be received by no later than 14 March 2013. Please name the abstract file with the author’s (your) surname in capital letters, for instance SEBEOK.doc.
For early registration and any additional information, please contact p.cobley [a] mdx.ac.uk.