Just out for Aracne I cronotopi del volto (The Chronotopes of the Face), edited by Massimo LEONE, Elsa SORO, Cristina VOTO. AVAILABLE IN ITALIAN Summary Each face is a trace of the times and places that produced it and continually confronts us with a situated dimension. This positioning installs a boundary between biological and cultural perspectives, a […]
Just out on Springer, a new article by Silvia Barbotto, Facets researcher, on “Trace and Traceability in/of the Face: A Semiotic Reading through Art”, in What People Leave Behind, Francesca Comunello, Fabrizio Martire, Lorenzo Sabetta (eds.), pp. 325-345. OPEN ACCESS “From the study of semiotic paradigms in relation to the face, we focus on the […]
Just out for the Italian publishing house Aracne (“I Saggi di Lexia”), a new book edited by Silvia Barbotto, Cristina Voto and Massimo Leone, Rostrosferas de América Latina. Culturas, traducciones, mestizajes [Latin America’s Rostrospheres. Cultures, translations, crossbreedings]. The book is available (in Spanish) in OPEN ACCESS. SYNOPSIS ENG This is a volume of semiotics dedicated […]
Just out for the Italian publishing house Mimesis, Bruno Surace’s new book, I volti dell’infanzia nelle culture audiovisive: Cinema, immagini, nuovi media [Infancy’s faces in audiovisual cultures: Cinema, images, new media]. The book is available (only in Italian) in OPEN ACCESS. Synopsis The face of childhood is a cultural object as full of meaning as […]
New book “Il metavolto” (ed. Massimo Leone), on the face in the metaverse, is available in open-access (IT).
NEW PUBLICATION Special Issue of SIGN SYSTEM STUDIES dedicated to the “Cultures of the face”, edited by Remo Gramigna and Massimo Leone. DOI: https://doi.org/10.12697/49.3-4 Editorial Introduction: Studying the ‘facesphere’, Massimo Leone, 270-278 PDF Articles The transcendence of the face: A semiotic-linguistic path, Ugo Volli, 279-297 PDF The face of health in the West and the East: […]
New book edited by Cristina Voto, José Enrique Finol and Massimo Leone is available.
New book “Volti del Complotto” is available to readers.
What happens to faces in COVID times?
Two new databases of facial images facilitate research on face stigmatization.