Andrew Stables: guest lecture on educational semiotics
Educational semiotician Andrew Stables (UK) will give a public lecture at the department of semiotics on February 21st, at 14.15 (Jakobi 2-306) titled "From Minimal Ontological Realism to New Localism: implications for politics and education". He will explain how he has developed his view of semiosis as a universal process, and what distinguishes it from other approaches. He will then discuss the implications of that view for theories of learning and education, and for thinking about politics, economics, and culture more broadly.
Andrew Stables is an eminent scholar in the field of semiotics and educational philosophy. He is currently Professor Emeritus at the University of Roehampton. His latest monography is titled New Localism: Living in the Here and Now (Springer 2019).
Everyone is welcome to attend!