Timetable NASS XII


Friday, 5th November

08.00----- Registration and coffee
08.45----– Opening
09.00----– Keynote presentation
  JACQUES FONTANILLE
Sensitive Semiotics: From Sensation to Intuition
   
10.00----– Session 1 – Perception and Language (room 118)
  AUDREY MOUTAT
On the Meaning of Experience: Towards a Semiotic-Semantic Path of the Sensible
  JACOPO FRASCAROLI
Meaning as Experience. On the Analogies Between Linguistic and Perceptual Meaning-Making
  DAVIDE CASTIGLIONE
Perceptual Salience in Images Discussed by Literary Critics
   
11.30----– Coffee break
   
12.00----– Session 2 – Perception and Cognition (room 118)
  PIOTR KONDERAK
Multisensorial Meaning-Making – a Cognitive Semiotic Approach
  KHATJA CHIKLADZE-WOXELL
Spectators’ Experience of Watching Dance without Music: a Cognitive Semiotic Exploration of Kinesthetic Empathy
  MARTIN ŠVANTNER
Signs of Muses: Feeling, Emotion and Inference
  GISELA BRUCE-SCHULZ
Configuring a Concept. On Iteration and Infinity
   
12.00----– Session 2.1 – The Senses in Art (room 115a)
  SILVIA BARBOTTO
Interior Face and Retraction of the Senses: a Transcultural Semiotic Reading
  SOPHIE ANNE DECLERCK
Unfolding the Tactile Sense: Towards a Convergence of Meaning and Affect in Artefact Design
  KADRI TüüR
The Meaning of Synesthesia: Writer in the Woods
  MARIJA PUIPAITĖ
Artistic research talk
   
14.00----– Lunch
   
15.00----– Keynote presentation (room 118)
  KAY O’HALLORAN
Matter, Meaning and Semiotics
   
16.00----– Session 3 – Modalities and Systems (room 118)
  INESA SAHAKYAN
Meaning on the Run: Understanding the Complex Interplay of Different Modes of Perception in Multimodal Meaning-Making Practices
  EUGENIO ISRAEL CHáVEZ BARRETO
On Modeling Systems and Semiotic Structures
  INNA MERKULOVA
On the Ecology of Culture in 2021. Perception and the Senses in the Biosphere and in the Semiosphere
   
17.30----– Coffee Break
   
18.00----– Session 4 – Peirce (room 118)
  TIAGO DA COSTA E SILVA
A Formative Phaneroscopic Model as a Pragmatic Theory of Perception: Charles S. Peirce and the Inventory of Perception
  LETICIA VITRAL
Perceiving and Reasoning: When a Pair of Glasses on a Museum Floor is an Artwork (Until It’s Not Anymore)
  HENRIQUE PERISSINOTTO
Marking, Metacognition and Semiosis
  CHARLS PEARSON, CARY CAMPBELL
USST Analysis of Peirce’s Perceptual Meaning
   
18.00----– Session 4.1 – Literary Studies (room 115a)
  CESAR ANTONIO CAMACHO GAMEZ
Which Sense Perceives Death? Semiotic Reconfiguration of Death in a Mexican Novel
  AYNUR RAHMANOVA
Introducing Premeditated Deconstruction: Double-Faced Communication and Its Hidden Subtexts
  AUŠRA KUNDROTAITĖ
Visiting Mabre Hotel: The Architecture of Reading
  JURGITA KATKUVIENĖ
Sensual Meanings of Poetic Text: Lithuanian Visual Poetry
   
20.00----– NASS General Assembly
   

Saturday, 6th November

08.00–---- Registration, coffee & snacks
09.00----– Keynote presentation (room 118)
  IRINA MELNIKOVA
Intermedial and Semiotic Architexture of Music in Film
   
10.00–---- Session 5 – Sensation in Music and Art (room 118)
  KARL JOOSEP PIHEL
Bodily Diagrams of Motion in Music
  FRED ANDERSSON
The Paradox of Sensory Qualities as Signs – Intersections Between Semiotics and Art History
  EVRIPIDES ZANTIDES
Semiotics of Onomatopoeia Typography in Comic Books
   
11.30----– Coffee break
   
12.00----– Session 6 – Religion and Ethics (room 118)
  MASSIMO LEONE
Pareidolia and the Bio-Cognitive Semiotics of Religious Anthropomorphism
  ALINA THERESE LETTNER
A Buddhist Model of Semiosis? Perception in “the Sign of Three”: Sense, Object and Consciousness
  ELLI MARIE TRAGEL
Train(ing)s of Thought: Mindfulness as a Self-Defamiliarization Technique
  ANNA CABAK-REDEI
Semiotics, Ethics and Psychotherapy: Theory Meets Practice
   
12.00----– Session 6.1 – Perception and Culture (room 115a)
  CARLOS HERNAN GUZMAN UMANA
The Trickster´s Way: Interference of the Senses as a Strategy for Non-verbal Deception
  KSENIYA SHATELNKOVA
Beyond Economics: Visible and Visual Significance of Currency Design
  RAFAEL ZANLORENZI
Semioethics of Judicial Narratives: On Virtue and Obsolescence of Moral Stereotypes in Constitutional Courts
   
14.00----– Lunch
   
15.00----– Keynote presentation (room 118)
  FREDERIK STJERNFELT
Peirce’s Theories of Assertion
   
16.00----– Session 7 – Peirce (room 118)
  TOMMI VEHKAVAARA
The Relation of Perception and Sign-Action in Peirce’s Semiotics
  TITUS LATES
Perception and the Ken of Senses in Peirce
  MICHELE CERUTTI
Diagrams as the Centerpiece of an Enactivist Epistemology
   
17.30----– Coffee Break
   
18.00–---- Session 8 – Biosemiotics (room 118)
  MORTEN TONNESSEN
Neurosemiotics Across Species
  KALEVI KULL
Biologies of Meaning
  AMELIA LEWIS
In Search of a Unified Theory of Sensory Perception: Possible links Between the Vibrational Theory of Olfaction and the Evolution of Language
   
18.00----– Session 8.1 – Education & Development (room 115a)
  LAURI LINASK
The Symbolic Forms of Perception in Lev Vygotsky’s Approach
  ANNETTE PERSSON, SARA LENNINGER
When Speaking of Pictures; Semiotic Distinctions in Teenagers’ Picture Conversations
  ALEXANDR FADEEV
Inner Speech and Meaning-Making in the Perception of Artistic Texts
   
20.00 Conference dinner

Sunday, 7th November

08.00----– Coffee & snacks
09.00----– Keynote presentation
  IRENE MITTLEBERG
Sensing Meaning: Felt Qualities of Perceptual Experience in Coverbial Gestures
   
10.00–---- Session 9 – Embodiment (room 118)
  ALIN OLTEANU
The Mediating Body
  LINA NAVICKAITĖ-MARTINELLI
The ‘Performer’s Sound’ as Expression, Interaction and Meaning
  CLAUDIO J. RODRIGUEZ H.
Semiotic Disembodiment
   
11.30----– Coffee break
   
12.00----– Session 10 – Umwelt (room 118)
  FREDERIK STJERNFELT
Sheets in the Wild
  MUZAYIN NAZZARUDIN
Sensorial-Environmental Signs, Natural Disasters, and Semiotic Transformations of Culture: the Case of the Volcanic Eruptions of Mt. Merapi, Indonesia
  JUAN FELIPE MIRANDA MEDINA
The Immanent Sender: What Perception in a Greimasian Interpretation can tell us about Knowledge
  OSCAR MIYAMOTO
Animal Senses as a Window to the Actual Potentialities of the World: Zoosemiotics Meets Paul Ricoeur
   
12.00–---- Session 10.1 – Perception and Culture (room 115a)
  EKATERINA VELMEZOVA
Perception Versus Reception of the Orient by Soviet Semioticians: Oriental Studies in the Moscow-Tartu / Tartu-Moscow Semiotic School
 

MARK METS
Complexity of Cultural Other: from Semiotics to Cultural Science

 

JAMILA FARAJOVA
Description of the Process of Semiosis

   
14.00----– Lunch