The Conference on the Complexity of Social-Cultural Emergence: Biosemiotics, Semiotics, and Translation Studies is an event dedicated to bringing together the leading experts, academic scholars, and researchers in the fields of biosemiotics, semiotics, and translation studies. The event will focus on the latest innovations, trends, and challenges being faced within the above-stated areas.
This three-day conference will take place at Katholieke Universiteit (KU) Leuven, Belgium. This event will feature three key speakers: Biosemiotics: Terrence Deacon - University of California, Berkeley; Semiotics: Frederik Stjernfelt - Aalborg University, Copenhagen; and Translation studies: Michael Cronin - Trinity College Dublin.
This conference will present concepts, frameworks, and theories regarding Biosemiotics, Semiotics, and Translation Studies. The key research speakers and articles discussed in this event will tackle issues and challenges related to the above-stated topics. The discussions will discuss the relationship between translation and semiotics and its links to the biological world and non-living that make up an ecology. It will also present concepts of epistemology and methodology and how socio-cultural emergence differs from biological and physical emergence concerning the causal effect and complex adaptive systems.
This virtual event will benefit those studying and working in biology, semiotics, translation, biosemiotics, social science, culture, etc. This program encourages its delegates (practitioners, academic scholars, and researchers) to participate in the discourse of biosemiotics, semiotics, and translation studies regarding the challenge and possible, practical solutions.
The e-conference will take place at Katholieke Universiteit (KU) Leuven, Belgium. This event will occur from August 26 - 28, 2021.
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