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New issue of Lexia Journal of Semiotics

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New issue of Lexia Journal of Semiotics
23-24 Conspiracy
 
About Lexia: Lexia is the international review published by the semioticians of the University of Turin, whose study and research approach is open to any significant development of the original semiotic insights of founders Peirce, Saussure and Lotman.
 
Table of Contents
 
Part I
The semiotics of conspiracy
Anti-Semitism (and Now Anti-Zionism) as Prototype of Conspiracy Theory. A Theoretical and Textual Approach               
 Ugo Volli
About Grounding, Courting and Truthifying. Conspiratorial Fragments and Patterns of Social Construction of Reality in Rhetoric, Media and Images
Eva Kimminich
Fondamentalismo, anomia, complotto
Massimo Leone
Imposed Interpretation. Querying Contemporary Literary Criticism
Jiang Zhang
Il discorso del complotto
Alessandro Perissinotto
La inflación de la sospecha. El discurso de las teorías de la conspiración
Rayco González
Suspicion, Denunciation, Revolt. On Textual Particularities of Conspiracy Theories
Eduardo José Marcos Camilo
 
Part II
The geographies of conspiracy
Technological and Semiotic Code Structures of Conspiracist Thinking Online. PI News from a Media-Related Point of View
Julius Erdmann
Always the Same Old Conspiracy Story. On Jürgen Elsässer’s Narrative Voyage from Left to Right
Amir Dizdarevi´c, Saman Hamdi
NWO Conspiracy Theory. A Key Frame in Online Communication of the Estonian Extreme Right
Mari-Liis Madisson
Conspiracy as Politics of Historical Knowledge. Italian Terrorisms and the Case of Romanzo di una strage/Piazza Fontana: The Italian Conspiracy
Daniele Salerno
The Velopoulos-Liakopoulos Phenomenon. A Semiotic View of the Explosion of Greek Conspiracy Theories and Urban Legends in the Economic Crisis
Evangelos Kourdis
Cyprus and Conspiracy Theories after the Troika Levy in 2013
Evripides Zantides
 
Part III
The themes of conspiracy
Vuotare il sacco
Maurizio Ferraris
Performing and Communicating Conspiracy Theories. Stalinist Show Trials in Eastern Europe during the Cold War
Ute Caumanns
Storie di complotti e miti a bassa intensità
Peppino Ortoleva
Unreal Realities. An Approach to Conspiracy Theories Based on Sociology of Knowledge
Andreas Anton
Political Potentiality of Conspiracy Theories
Andreas Ventsel
“Tell Me What You [Do Not] Eat, and I Shall Tell You What You Are”. Food, Health and Conspiracy Theories
Simona Stano
Upsetting National Events and Conspiracy Narratives in Contemporary Italian Literature
Jenny Ponzo
Il misterioso Holden. Ipotesi semiotica per un complotto
Alessandra Chiappori
Trolls, Hackers, Anons. Conspiracy Theories in the Peripheries of the Web
Mattia Thibault
History as We Know It. Conspiracy and Historical Narrative through Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Vincenzo Idone Cassone
«It’s all the President’s Fault». Tricks, Conspiracies, and Corruption in the American TV Series Set at the White House: Homeland and Scandal
Federica Turco
Il contagio cospirativo sui social media. Ebola e la narrazione delle teorie del complotto
Marta Milia
 
Part IV
Reviews
Recensione di José Enrique Finol, La corposfera: Antropo–semiótica de las cartografías del cuerpo
Massimo Leone
Recensione di Sémir Badir, Épistémologie sémiotique – La théorie du langage de Louis Hjelmslev
Massimo Leone
Note biografiche degli autori / Authors’ Bionotes
Call for papers. Aspettualità / Aspectuality
 
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