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María Inés Arrizabalaga (2019, Cordoba Riiklik Ülikool, Argentiina) - “Reception of Lotmanian semiotics in Latin America”
Jurga Katkuviene (2019, Greimas'i keskus, Vilniuse Ülikool, Leedu) - "Corporeality in A. J. Greimas' Semiotics"
Cary Campbell (2019, Simon Fraser'i Ülikool, Vancouver, Kanada) - "Enacting education from the inside: on the continuity of semiotic learning"
Pauline Delahaye (2018, Université Paris-Sorbonne) - "Signs for saying it. A semiotics study of animals' complex emotions“
Paul Cobley (2018, Middlesex University London) - "Semiotics and close reading"
Gunther Kress (2018, University College London, Juri Lotman Lecture) - "A social semiotic account of meaning and meaning-making: getting beyond the past and its frames"
Nils Lindahl Elliot (2018, Jakob von Uexküll Lecture) - "Observing Wildlife in Tropical Forests: A Geosemeiotic Approach"
Gareth Roberts (2018, Pennsylvania Ülikool) - "Experimental semiotics: Social experiments on meaning and structure"
Costantino Marmo (2018, Bologna Ülikool) - “Definitions and classifications of signs between XII and XIII century”
Giovanni Manetti (2018, Siena Ülikool) - “The debate about sign inference in Philodemus' De Signis”
Ivo Velinov (2018, Uus Bulgaaria Ülikool) - "On basic and complex cultural transformations: Peirce, Greimas, Lotman"
Viktors Freibergs (2018, Läti Ülikool) - "Semiotics and Cinema: Elements of Film Language", "Gilles Deleuze and Andrey Tarkovsky: Time and Space Image in "The Mirror"", "Visual Communication in Film I: Terence Davies, Roy Andersson, Sergey Paradjanov", "Visual Communication in Film II: Bill Viola, Matthew Barney, Peter Greenaway"
Sara Lenninger (2018, Kristianstadi ülikool) - "Pictorial storytelling and children’s understanding of narrative fiction in pictoriality”,“On pictoriality and the phenomenology of pictures”, “Lifeworld rhetoric and semiotic analysis of visual meaning making”
Alin Olteanu (2018, Kaunase Tehnikaülikool) - Intensive course “Semiotic approaches to learning and education”
Mihály Hoppál (2017) - "Influence of the Tartu-Moscow semiotic school on Hungarian ethnosemiotics”
Zviad Sulaberidze (2017) - "Finding Opportunities for Biosemiotics in Robotics and AI"
Ivan Mladenov (2017) - "Animating Peirce - Conceptions in Action"
Suren Solyan (2017) - "Cultural and Sociosemiotics Today"
Patrick Sériot (2017) - "Biology for linguistists: obstacle or royal path to concept building?"
Julieta Haidar (2017) - "The Semiotics of Culture: Theoretical and Methodological Reflections."
Katalin Kroó (2017) -"On Some Methodological Aspects of the Disciplinary Identification of Literary Semiotics", "Semiotics of Intertextuality and Intermediality I-II“
Iryna Odrekhivska (2017) - "Retranslation and/or Translation Multiplicity as a Force of Cultural Evolution", "Editorial Practices of Translation: Agency and Commission"
Donald Favareau (2016) - "Current problems in biosemiotics"
Luc van Doorslaer (2016) - "Translation is much more than translation"
John Hartley (2016) - "Understanding Social Media: The Turn To Evolution, Complexity and ´The Three Bigs`"
Dario Martinelli (2015) - Numanities and semiotics
María Inés Arrizabalaga (2015) - Semiotics and translation from a South American viewpoint
Risto Heiskala (2015) - Toward semiotic sociology: A synthesis of semiology, semiotics and phenomenological sociology
Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen (2015) - Peirce's Theory of Signs: A century of interpreters
Marc Champagne (2014) - The Peircean Categories: How they Work, and Why they Matter
Filip Jaroš (2014) - The animal as the man, the animal as the machine
Carlo Ginzburg (2014) - Dialogue as Fight, Dialogue as Challenge
Isabella Pezzini (2014) - The "Muse's" Circle around Collodi's Pinocchio. An Exemplary Case of Intersemiotics Translation
George Rossolatos (2014) - Brand Semiotics
Anne Wagner (2014) - "Indeterminacy in Legal Language" ja "Imaging and Revealing the Close Connections between Visual and Legal Semiotics"
Andrius Grigorjevas (2013) - Greimasian Semiotics and Semiotics of Advertising
Ekaterina Velmezova (2012, koos Kalevi Kulliga) - 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) - Cultural Implications of Biosemiotics
Dinda Gorlée (2008) - 2 lectures "The Black Box of Translation: Peirce's Glassy Essence" and "A Sketch of Peirce's Firstness: Art for Art's Sake?"
Ivan Mladenov (2008) - intensive 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)
Winfried Nöth (2003) - Semiogenesis
Myrdene Anderson (2002, 2003) - seminari series "Qualitative Methods in Semiotics" and "Semiotics of Eating"
Pille Bunnell (2002) - Autopoiesis
John Deely (2000) - Umwelt
Charles Lock (2000) - Bakhtin and Dialogism
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