意大利符号学家Susan Petrilli & Augusto Ponzio苏大系列讲座

 

苏州大学外国语学院

语言与符号学系列讲座

 

主讲专家: Susan Petrilli & Augusto Ponzio (University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy)

 

 

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第一讲

Why Language and Semiotic Studies?

1117日(周四)下午3:30

崇远楼201(多语种口译实训室)

第二讲

Language Studies and Gift Economy

1118日(周五)下午3:30

崇远楼210(世界文化教室)

第三讲

Sign, Value and Understanding

1121日(周一)下午3:30

崇远楼210(世界文化教室)

第四讲

Otherness, Intercorporeity and Dialogism in Bakhtin

1122日(周二)下午3:30

崇远楼210(世界文化教室)

专家简介:

Susan Petrilli is Professor of Philosophy and Theory of Languages at the University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy, and Visiting Research Fellow at The University of Adelaide, Australia. She is the 7th Sebeok Fellow of the Semiotic Society of America, and Vice President of the International Association of Semiotic Studies. Her principal research interests include Philosophy of Language, Semiotics, General Linguistics, Translation Theory, Communication Studies. With coauthor Augusto Ponzio she has introduced the seminal concept of “semioethics”. She publishes regularly in English and Italian. Her most recent books include The Self as a Sign, the World and the Other (2013), Sign Studies and Semioethics. Communication, Translation and Values (2014), Victoria Welby and the Science of Signs (2015). Her most recent book is The Global World and Its Manifold Faces: Otherness at the Basis of Communication (2016).

Augusto Ponzio is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and Theory of Languages, University of Bari Aldo Moro. He founded the Department of Philosophy of Language in 1970 and the Doctoral Program in Language Theory and Sign Sciences, in 1988 (which he directed till 2012). He directs several book series and journals including Athanor, a yearly monograph he founded in 1990 (now at its 27th edition). He has acted as International Visiting Professor at various universities worldwide—Australia, China, Brazil, USA, Canada, South Africa, and across Europe. As translator and editor he has promoted the works of Peter of Spain, Mikhail Bakhtin, Emmanuel Lévinas, Karl Marx, Ferruccio Rossi-Landi, Adam Schaff, and Thomas A. Sebeok. He has published widely in Italy and abroad with well over a hundred monographs to his name, some of which have been translated into English, French, Serbian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Chinese.