Abstracts should contain 300 to 600 words and should be submitted in any of the following formats: doc, docx, odt, rtf or pdf. One to three references are permitted in the abstract.
Your abstract should contain the following information:
- Author affiliation and contact information
Please name your file using your surname or surnames in capital letters (ex. SEBEOK.doc).
Presentations usually last for 30 minutes, including questions.
The deadline was open until March 8 and is now officially closed. Thank you for your interest!
We particularly welcome research in all the following topics, but all areas related to biosemiotics are welcome.
- Quantitative approaches to biosemiotics
- Philosophy and biosemiotics
- Evolution of semiosis
- Biosemiotics and ethology
- Cognitive semiotics
- Semiosis and models
- Umwelt research
- Biosemiotics and phenomenology
- Interspecies semiotics
- Biosemiotic education
- Biosemiotic background of linguistics