Visiting scholars at the Department of Semiotics
Iryna Odrekhivska (2017) - "Retranslation and/or Translation Multiplicity as a Force of Cultural Evolution", "Editorial Practices of Translation: Agency and Commission"
Filip Jaroš (2014) - The animal as the man, the animal as the machine
George Rossolatos (2014) - Brand Semiotics
Anne Wagner (2014) - "Indeterminacy in Legal Language" and "Imaging and Revealing the Close Connections between Visual and Legal Semiotics"
Andrius Grigorjevas (2013) - Greimasian Semiotics and Semiotics of Advertising
Ekaterina Velmezova (2012, in cooperation with Kalevi Kull) - Centre / Periphery Dialogues in Tartu Semiotics
Stuart Kauffman (2012) - From Physics to Semiotics
Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen (2011) - Intensive course "Introduction to Peirce's Philosophy and Logic"
Paul Cobley (2010) - On Peirce and Narrative
Jesper Hoffmeyer (2010) - Form, substance and semiosis
Scott Gilbert (2010) - Semiotics of animal form
Umberto Eco (2009) - On the ontology of fictional characters: A semiotic study
Roger Parent (2009) - intensive course "Applied cultural semiotics and intercultural training: Emerging models and methods"
Patrick Seriot (2009) - 2 lectures: "Splitting and Biding : the unexpected origins of Russian structuralism (Jakobson) in Russian religious philosophy" and "Voloshinov's theory of the sign : the ecological metaphor and conservative thought"
Brooke Deely (2009) - Sebeok's contribution to Semiotics of History
John Deely (2009) - seminar series "Human beings understood semiotically"
Paul Cobley (2009) - Narrative: time, modeling systems and abduction / Cultural implications of biosemiotics
Dinda Gorlée (2008) - The Black Box of Translation: Peirce's Glassy Essence; A Sketch of Peirce's Firstness: Art for Art's Sake?
Ivan Mladenov (2008) - Short course "American Pragmatism and Semiotics"
Nils Lindahl Elliot (2008) - The problem of re/presentation in the "New Zoos": some reflections on the nature of hypernaturalism
Malcolm Evans (2007) - Commercial semiotics
Ivan Mladenov (2007) - Peirce's approach and methods of analysis
Donald Favareau (2007) - The Evolutionary History of Biosemiotics
Paul Bouissac (2007) - Semiotics of circus perfomance
Gunther Kress (2006)
(2003) - Semiogenesis
Myrdene Anderson (2002, 2003) - Qualitative methods in semiotics; Semiotics of eating
Pille Bunnell (2002) - Autopoiesis
John Deely (2000) - Umwelt
Charles Lock (2000) - Bakhtin and dialogism (17.5)
Alexander Kozintsev (2000) - Laughter: Social and Biological Sources (new facts and theories)
Karl Eimermacher (1999) - Lotman-Institute
Irene Portis-Winner (1999) - Peirce
Thomas Winner (1999) - Macura
Alexander Kozintsev (1999) - New Data about the Origin of Human Language and Culture
Jesper Hoffmeyer (1993, 1999) - Biosemiotics
Sabine Brauckmann (1998) - Holism in the 20th century science
Jorgen Dines Johansen (1997) - Dialogue
Thomas A. Sebeok (1997, 1999) - History of semiotics
Göran Sonesson (1997) - Visual semiotics
Eero Tarasti (1997, 1998, 1999) - Transcendental semiotics
Thure von Uexküll (1997) - Biosemiotics and psychosomatic medicine
Boris Avramecs (1994, 1996) - "Music in the Cultural Context" and Global Processes in the 20th Century Music"; "Culturology of Music - Language of Music, Structure of the Musical Text, Tradition of Musical Culture"
Barend van Heusden (1994) - Evolution of semiosis