Inti: Revista de la literatura Hispánica. 79–80 (Spring–Fall 2014): 87–104. Peer-reviewed
Navigare necesse est,
vivire non necesse.
Notoriously protean, the term intersemiosis can be used to describe a wide variety of phenomena. Stretching it to its widest horizons, the notion suggests the interplay of all signifying processes, a tautology for semiosis. And yet, at the heart of contemporary semiotic research lies the critical distinction between different kinds of semiosis, which the age of ‘screens’ brings brightly to the fore along with the usefulness of a notion kindred to our times.
Theme photograph by Joseph Kugielsky
“Inventio and Montage in Insurgents: Formal Cycles in Jorge Sanjinés’ Films”. El Ojo que Piensa: Revista de Cine Iberoamericano — Nueva Época. 5/10 (Fall 2014): n. pag. Web. 7 May 2015. Peer-reviewed.
(Journal published by University of de Guadalajara, Mexico, in collaboration with the Guadalajara International Film Festival, the most prestigious film festival in Latin America)
Interdisciplinary Journal for Germanic Linguistics and Semiotic Analysis. 19/1 (Spring 2014): 81–110. (Journal published by the University of California, Berkeley). Peer-reviewed
Signs and Society. Vol. 2, No. S1 (Spring 2014): S121-S159. (Open access journal published by the University of Chicago). Peer-reviewed
The Latin Americanist. March 2013: 65–78. Peer-reviewed
Etching by Eric Desmazieres
Interdisciplinary Journal for Germanic Linguistics and Semiotic Analysis. 12/2 (Fall 2007): 223–232. Peer-reviewed
Photo art by Valeriy Gerlovin & Rimma Gerlovina