Category Archives: Humanities

Health as a value, health as a right

Philosopher Francesco Orsi analyzes how health came out on top of fundamental values in the coronavirus pandemics. Continue reading

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How Lyudmyla leads semiotic research in a Moscow agency

In an interview to UT Blog, fresh PhD Lyudmyla Zaporozhtseva unveils how she leads semiotic research at a marketing research agency in Moscow. Continue reading

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The problem with Disney’s live-action remakes: Creating emotion with animation

Jason Mario Dydynski writes about how Disney’s live-action remakes compare to their older animated films in regard to creating emotion. Continue reading

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Affective meaning-making: novel forms of community formation

Semioticians describe the novel forms of community formation, driven by affective meaning-making on social and online media. Continue reading

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What About the Truth of Science?

Lisa Zorzato, a PhD student of philosophy, explores the relation between science and the truth. Continue reading

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Digging Deep In Archaeology: The Orange and The Scurvy

PhD student Alessandra Morrone describes how the study of disease patterns in past populations, combined with bone chemistry, offer unique insights into health and dietary issues of the past. Continue reading

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The Secret Colours of Maltese Fishing Boats

Strolling along Malta’s coast, you’ll be mesmerised by the rainbow of traditional fishing boats ambling on the water—that and all the eyes ogling at you from their bows. Science portal ERR Novaator Editor in Chief Katre Tatrik takes a closer look at the … Continue reading

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