Tag Archives: Juri Lotman

One truly adventurous and inspirational walk

My name is Ana Marić and I am a first year MA student of semiotics at the University of Tartu. I participated and won some valuable prizes in the autumn orienteering walk dedicated to Juri Lotman, which was organized by … Continue reading

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Monuments to semioticians around the world

Monuments have both commemorative and political functions. Through them, national elites define what and who is to be remembered of the past – as well as what and who is not. As such, monuments shape and spread dominant worldviews and … Continue reading

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How To Become Rich with Semiotics?

Chris Arning, the owner of a marketing consultancy in the UK, talks about using semiotics commercially, selling the semiotic approach to clients, and setting up and promoting one’s consultancy business. Continue reading

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Crimea “Referendum”: Welcome Back Home!

Semiotician Mihhail Lotman showcases the modelling role of art, based on a popular, recent picture that came to symbolise the current state of affairs in Crimea. Continue reading

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