C. W. Spinks. Professor of English,
Department of English, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas
78212. email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Research Interests: Romantic
poetry, semiotics, myth, and science fiction. Professional
Activities: Semiotic Society of America, Editor of the Proceedings
of the Semiotic Society of America (1994 to 1999).
Myrdene Anderson. Professor of
Anthropology, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Purdue
University, West Lafayette, IN 47907-1365. email: email@example.com.
Research Interests: Ethnographic research on Saami (Lappis)
ethnoecology, artificial life, semiotic modeling, alternative
gardening practices, play, and trash. Professonal Activities: Past
President of Central States Anthropological Society, Past
President of Semiotic Society of America.
Richard M. Carp. Professor and
Chair, Interdisciplinary Studies, Box 32080, Appalachian State
University, Boone, NC 28608. email: carprm@ appstate.edu. Research
Interests: Material culture, perception and cognition; semiotics;
ritual and performance; bodies/temporalities/spatialities;
scholarship; interdisciplinarity. Professional activities: Society
for} Values in Higher Education, Association for Integrative
Studies, Semiotic Society of America, American Academy of
Sean A. Day. Associate Professor,
Department of English, National Central University, Chungli,
Taiwan 32054 R.O.C. email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Research
Interests: Anthropological linguistics, semiotics, synaesthesia,
sensory perception, the categorization of odors, neurolinguistics,
Formosan languages, synaesthetic compositions, and performance
arts. Professional Activities: American Synesthesia Association
(1997 President), American Anthropological Society, American
Association for the Advancement of Science, Central States
Anthropological Society, International Synaesthesia Association,
Semiotic Society of America. Organizer, editor and moderator of
The Synesthesia List, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marilyn Jurich. Associate Professor
of English, English Department, Suffolk University, Boston,
Massachusetts 02114-4280. email: joust24@aol. com. Research
Interests: Fantasy, folklore, utopian literature, children\rquote
s literature, eighteenth century philosophy, Dorothy Wordsworth.
Professional Activities: Contributions and presentations to
Utopian Studies Conference, Conference on American and Popular
Culture, International Association of Fantasy in the Arts, Modern
Elzbieta T. Kazmierczak. Assistant
Professor, Head of Illustration Program, Art Department, 202
Center for the Arts, State University of New York at Buffalo,
Buffalo, NY 14260-6010. email: email@example.com. Research
Interests: Search of paradigms of visual language, evolution of
graphic forms and symbols; most currently — structure and
function of diagrammatic models as related to cognition and visual
communication. Professional Activities: International Institute
for Information Design, Vienna (1994-2000), Semiotic Society of
America, International Association for Semiotic Studies. Also a
professional artist who has had numerous exhibitions and awards.
Frank L. Kersnowski. Professor of
English, Department of English, Trinity University, San Antonio,
Texas 78212. email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Research Interests:
Modern British & Irish literature, especially Lawrence Durrell
and Robert Graves. Professional Activities: Semiotic Society of
America; Lawrence Durrell Society; Past President, Robert Graves
Society; Member, Editorial Board of Gravesiana.
Linda J. Rogers. Professor,
California State University, Monterey Bay, Human Development
Program. Research Interests: Anthropological developmental
psychology in education dealing with children’s everyday trauma,
research in U.S., Northern Ireland, and Australia. Professional
Activities: Executive Director of Semiotic Society of America,
Executive Board of Semiotics in Education for the American
Education Research Association, and co-editor of the International
Journal of Applied Semiotics.
Inna Semetsky. Department of Arts
and Humanities, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York,
NY 10027. email: email@example.com. Research Interests:
Geophilosophy of Gilles Deleuze, analytical psychology, CAS and
education. Professional Activities: Semiotics Society of America,
International Association for Semiotic Studies, PES, INPE, ISTP.
Recipient of first Kevelson Award from the Semiotics Society of
Scott Simpkins. Associate Professor
of English, English Department, Box 13827, University of North
Texas, Denton, TX 76203-3827. email: scotts@ jove.acs.unt.edu.
Research Interests: Literary semiotics, stigma theory, masculinism.
Professional Activities: Editor, Studies in the Novel;
Editor of the Proceedings of the Semiotic Society of America
(2000 to present); Section Editor, Literary Semiotics, Semiotic
Review of Books; Lecturer, "Critical Semiotics,"
Cyber Semiotic Institute.
Christina Olson Spiesel. Adjunct
Professor of Law, Quinnipiac University Law School; Faculty
Associate, Institute for Writing and Thinking, Bard College;
Research Associate, Yale Law School. Address: 275 meeting Carmel
Ave., New Haven, CT 06518. email: Spiesel@quinnipiac.edu.
Professional visual artist, painter. Teaches "Visual
Persuasion in the Law." In addition to exhibiting her art,
Spiesel has published academic papers interpreting art, on visual
issues within legal discourse, poetry, and memoirs.
Nancy Stockall. Associate Professor
of Special Education, School of Family and Consumer Sciences,
Johnston Hall, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH
43402. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Research Interests: Applied
semiotics, dis/ability studies, and pedagogy. Professional
Activities: Past Treasurer and current member of the American
Educational Research Association Semiotics Special Interest Group.
Member of Semiotic Society of America and Central States
Terry Stocker. Professor,
Department of English, Hannam University, 133 Ojung-dong,
Taeduk-gu, Taejon 306-791 Korea. email: stockerterry@hot mail.com.
Research Interests: Literature in anthropology, Aztec and Toltec