XI. EFFS 2005

“Semiotics and Genre”

10-16 September, 2005, Sozopol, Bulgaria

In collaboration and financial support of Dante Alighieri Committee Sofia





The school is organized with financial support from New Bulgarian University.


Co-organizer with financial support
Dante Alighieri Committee Sofia

and with cooperation of
USIT COLOURS


SEPTEMBER 10TH , SATURDAY
Arrival and Accommodation

Opening of the 11th Early Fall School of Semiotics
17:00-17:15 Welcoming words by Prof. Bogdan Bogdanov, Chair of the Board of Trustees of New Bulgarian University
17:15-17:30 Welcoming words by Prof. Maria Popova, Director of the International Early Fall School of Semiotics at NBU




SEPTEMBER 11TH , SUNDAY
Semiotic school for Ph. D. and undergraduate students
10:00-10:45 Prof. Wolfgang Wildgen (GERMANY):  “Visual semiotics and space cognition: On the dynamics of two-dimensional representations of space and action”
10:45-11:30 Prof. Dieter Mersch (GERMANY): “Between Imagines and Texts”
11:30-12:00 Coffee break
12:00-12:45 Prof. Patrizia Violi (ITALY): "Where meaning comes from? An analysis of video materials of early mother child interaction"

LUNCH

15:00 -16:00 Round table: “Aesthetics and problems of picture-theory”, Chairmen: Prof. Mersch, Prof. Wildgen
16:00-16:15 Break
16:15-17:15 Presentation of Greek students




SEPTEMBER 12TH , MONDAY
Semiotic school for Ph. D. and undergraduate students
10:00-10:45 Prof. Dieter Mersch (GERMANY): “Things, Signs, and Media”
10:45-11:30 Prof. Wolfgang Wildgen (GERMANY): “Evolutionary Semiotics: How the sign-use of humans came about”
11:30-12:00 Coffee break
12:00-12:45 Prof. Patrizia Violi (ITALY): "A semiotic aproach to meaning. Issues and perspectives"

LUNCH

15:00-16:00 Round table: “Genre and Gender”, Chairman: Dr. Veronika Azarova
-with participation of Prof. Patrizia Viloli, Dr. Veronika Azarova and students.
16:00-16:15 Break
16:15-17:15 Round table: “Semiosphere and genre”, chairman: Assoc. Prof.  Georg Kraev
-with participation of Assoc. Prof. Georg Kraev, Rositca Jakimova, Angelina Vassileva, Maria Kristeva and students




SEPTEMBER 13TH , TUESDAY
Semiotic school for Ph. D. and undergraduate students
10:00-10:45 Prof. Eratosthenis Kapsomenos (GREECE): “Pour une théorie du texte surréaliste”
10:45-11:30 Prof. Wolfgang Wildgen (GERMANY): “René Thom’s contribution to semiotics. An introduction to dynamic semiotics”
11:30-12:00 Coffee break
12:00-12:45 Assoc. Prof. Ivan Kassabov (NBU): “Tropes, Figures and Genres”

LUNCH

15:00-17:30 Conference:  “Semiotics in the marketing researches”, Chairmen: Dr. Kristian Bankov and Vladimir Ignatov
-with participation of Dr. Kristian Bankov , Vladimir Ignatov,  Dr. Patrick Coppock,  Nicola Bigi , Alessandro Rubino, Eleonora Stoeva and students
17:30-17:45 Break
17:45-18:45 Performance “Sign and Symbol. Moment and Eternity”
- with participation of Mihail Chomakov, Rumjana Stefanova, Moris Fadel and students




SEPTEMBER 14TH , WEDNESDAY
Semiotic school for Ph. D. and undergraduate students
10:00-10:45 Prof. Göran Sonesson (SWEDEN): "From iconicity to pictures. A developmental approach to semiotics"
10:45-11:30 Dr. Elissavet Evdoridou (GREECE): “Literary entropy and genre “mechanics”
11:30-12:00 Coffee break
12:00-12:45 Prof. Eratosthenis Kapsomenos (GREECE): “Problèmes d’une approche sociosémiotique de la littérature”

LUNCH

15:00-15:45 Anita Kasabova (SWITZERLAND): “Autobiographical genre or autobiographical memory?”
15:45 – 16:30 Assoc. Prof. Borislav Gueorguiev (NBU): “Why do we address God in the second person singular?”
16:30- 16:45 Break
16:45-17:30 Assoc. Prof. Moni Almaleh (NBU): “Contextual aspects of the saying for the boiling pot – Ezekil, 24”




SEPTEMBER 15TH , THURSDAY
Semiotic school for Ph. D. and undergraduate students
10:00-10:45 Prof. Göran Sonesson (SWEDEN): "The cultural history of pictures. From chirography to photography and beyond"
10:45-11:30 Prof. Eratosthenis Kapsomenos (GREECE): “Critères typologiques pour une sémiotique des systèmes culturels I”
11:30-12:00 Coffee break
12:00-12:45 Prof. Dieter Mersch (GERMANY): “Hybrids and Intermedia”

LUNCH

15:45-18:00 Round table: “Bakhtin’s Circle and the problems of genre”, Chairmen: Assoc. Prof. Borislav Gueorguiev and Vladimir Ignatov -with participation of Assoc. Prof. Borislav Gueorguiev, Assoc. Prof. Ivan Kassabov, Assoc. Prof. Moni Almalech, Vladimir Ignatov, Prof. Göran Sonesson and students



SEPTEMBER 16TH , FRIDAY
Semiotic school for Ph. D. and undergraduate students
10:00-10:45 Prof. Eratosthenis Kapsomenos (GREECE): “Critères typologiques pour une sémiotique des systèmes culturels IΙ”
10:45-11:30 Prof. Dieter Mersch (GERMANY): “Beyond Genre: Some remarks on modern Arts”



DEPARTURE




NEW BULGARIAN UNIVERSITY



Southeast European Center for Semiotic Studies



11th Early Fall School of Semiotics
“SEMIOTICS AND GENRE”

September 10-16, 2005, Sozopol, Bulgaria


Bulgaria
Sofia 1618
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Patrizia Violi, Patrick Copock, Bogdan Bogdanov and Kristian Bankov.jpg
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