Semiotic Circle of California: Thirty-Fourth Meeting

Conference/Symposium | January 26 | 9 a.m.-3 p.m. | Faculty Club, Seaborg Room

 Department of German

9:30 Scott Shell (UC Berkeley): “Conventional Language, Poetry and Curse-Formulas in the Elder Futhark Period”



9:50 W.C.Watt (UC Irvine): “Sociosemiotics 101: Zombies”



10:10 Jing Ge (UC Berkeley) and Susan C. Herring (Indiana Univ., Bloomington): “Do emoji sequences have a basic word order?”



10:30 Thaddeus Martin (Modesto Junior College): “Translating Jaspers”



10:50 Winfried Kudszus (UC Berkeley): ”Descriptive Beyond Reason: Freud's Metaparanoiac Archaeology“



1:10 Sarah Harris (UC Berkeley): “Incompatibilities Under the Lupe: Translating Gender in German and English”



1:30 Kate Carnell Watt (UC, Riverside): “Sociosemiotics 102: Zombies”



1:50 Mattie Scott (Oakland, CA): “Dzogchen and the Art of Downsizing: The semiotics of simplification”



2:10 Irmengard Rauch (UC Berkeley): ““Mattering: Langue and Parole”



2:30 Alain J.-J. Cohen (UC San Diego): “Psychosemiotics of Dreams in Film. Ingmar Bergman’s Wild Strawberries.”

 germanic@berkeley.edu, 510-642-7445