Semiotics 1980

  • Michael Herzfeld
  • Margot D. Lenhart

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Geoffrey Broadbent
    Pages 45-54
  3. Richard Bunt
    Pages 65-74
  4. Robert Cantrick
    Pages 75-87
  5. Helen Peeler Clements
    Pages 99-108
  6. J. Norris Frederick
    Pages 143-153
  7. Erika Freiberger-Sheikholeslami
    Pages 155-163
  8. Irene J. Hashimoto
    Pages 171-184
  9. Michael Herzfeld
    Pages 205-215
  10. Nancy P. Hickerson
    Pages 217-226
  11. Alexandre Kimenyi
    Pages 255-266
  12. Tomàs Llorens
    Pages 307-317
  13. Joseph A. Magno
    Pages 331-338
  14. Vladimir Miličić
    Pages 347-353
  15. Joseph Oliva
    Pages 365-371
  16. Charls Pearson
    Pages 383-394
  17. Donald Preziosi
    Pages 417-426
  18. Cynthia C. Rostankowski
    Pages 439-443
  19. Peter H. Salus
    Pages 455-465
  20. Leon Satterfield
    Pages 467-474
  21. Frances Williams Scott
    Pages 475-484
  22. Sarah Brey Simmons
    Pages 485-491

About this book


This volume contains the majority of the papers presented at the Fifth Annual Meeting of the Semiotic Society of America, held in Lubbock, Texas, October 16-19, 1980. The varied styles topics, methodologies, and intellectual traditions represented here reflect the current state of flux in semiotics--a healthy chaos, in which new ideas vie for survival and experiment is at a premium. Because of this variety, we have kept our editorial in­ terventions to a minimum. In addition, we have refrained from imposing any topical classification. While we could have used the panel titles as a taxonomic principle, this would not have produced a sufficiently even format. We have therefore uti­ lized the alphabetical order of authors' surnames as being os­ tensibly the least "loaded." These Proceedings represent a current view of the "semi­ otic scene," especially in the U.S.A. They also include some work representative of architectural semiotics from the U.K. We have tried to bring the volume to publication rapidly, since the immediacy of the contents would seem to be the pri­ mary asset of any such project. We would like to express the Society's collective grati­ tude to the 1980 Program Committee chaired by Richard Bauman (University of Texas-Austin), the Lubbock Local Arrangements Committee chaired by Nancy P. Hickerson (Texas Tech Universi­ ty), and our special thanks to Laurel Phipps of the School of Continuing Education at Texas Tech University.


Design Figuration Methodologie Nation Syntax education modeling nature semantics

Authors and affiliations

  • Michael Herzfeld
    • 1
  • Margot D. Lenhart
    • 1
  1. 1.Research Center for Language and Semiotic Studies, Semiotic Society of AmericaIndiana UniversityBloomingtonUSA

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