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The Semiotic Review of Books (SRB, 1990--) is a multidisciplinary journal publishing review articles. It endeavours to monitor those domains in the Humanities, the Social and the Natural Sciences which bear upon symbolic and communicative behaviour, cognitive systems and processes, cultural transmission and innovations, and the study of information, meaning and signification in all forms.

This refereed journal provides its readership with substantial and critical accounts of recent books, debates and events, explaining their disciplinary relevance and importance for the development of neighbouring disciplines.

The Semiotic Review of Books is published three times a year.


General Editor: Gary Genosko
Associate Editors: Verena Andermatt Conley (Harvard), Samir Gandesha (Simon Fraser), Barbara Godard (York), Tom Kemple (UBC)
Section Editors: Leslie Boldt-Irons (Brock), William Conklin (Windsor), Akira Lippit (UCal-Irvine), Alice den Otter (Lakehead), Scott Simpkins (UN Texas), Peter van Wyck (Concordia), Anne Urbancic (Toronto), Anne Zeller (Waterloo)
Founding Editor: Paul Bouissac

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