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CN: CN 32-1859/HOnline ISSN: 2751-7160Print ISSN: 2096-031X (applies for copies in China)
The journal Language and Semiotic Studies focuses on the theoretical exploration of semiotics, and the integration of language and semiotics. For theoretical semiotics, we publish research papers that reflect the latest development concerning classical semiotic topics and issues, and brand-new semiotic-theoretical insights. And for the integration of language and semiotics, we publish papers that focus on language and how language is interpreted in terms of sign signification in the fields of linguistics, literature, translation, culture, and society.
Manuscripts must be submitted via the journal’s submission system at https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/lass. LASS invites submissions that fall under the following categories:
for theoretical semiotics: research papers that reflect the latest development concerning classical semiotic topics and issues, and brand-new semiotic-theoretical insights;
for the integration of language and semiotics, we publish papers that focus on language and how language is interpreted in terms of sign signification in the fields of linguistics, literature, translation, culture, and society.
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Editor-in-ChiefJun Wang, Soochow University, China
Assistant EditorsAlexander Brandt, Soochow University, ChinaJunwen Cao, Soochow University, ChinaNingyang Chen, Soochow University, ChinaMingqiang Gao, Soochow University, ChinaQianwei He, Soochow University, ChinaZhi Huang, Soochow University, ChinaIan Hunter, Soochow University, ChinaXiangchun Meng, Soochow University, ChinaXiaofei Shi, Soochow University, ChinaJuming Shen, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, China
Managing EditorQiushi Wang, Soochow University, China
Editorial BoardCosimo Caputo, Università del Salento, ItalyXinren Chen, Nanjing University, ChinaDario Dellino, University of Bari Aldo Moro, ItalyErsu Ding, Lingnan University, Hong Kong, ChinaTony Jappy, University of Perpignan Via Domitia, FranceJames Liszka, State University of New York, Plattsburgh, USACharls Pearson†, American Semiotics Research Institute, USASusan Petrilli, University of Bari Aldo Moro, ItalyAugusto Ponzio, University of Bari Aldo Moro, ItalyJun Wang, Soochow University, ChinaMingyu Wang, Tianjin Foreign Studies University, ChinaBin Xin, Nanjing Normal University, ChinaCaimei Yang, Soochow University, ChinaLianglin Zhang, Changshu Institute of Technology, ChinaYiheng Zhao, Sichuan University, China
AdvisorsPer Aage Brandt†, Case Western Reserve University, USAPaul Cobley, Middlesex University, UKMarcel Danesi, University of Toronto, CanadaZhuanglin Hu, Peking University, China (Chief Advisor)Kalevi Kull, University of Tartu, EstoniaRichard Lanigan, Southern Illinois University, USATodd Oakley, Case Western Reserve University, USAInna Semetsky, University of Waikato, New ZealandPaul Thibault, University of Agder, Norway