After a necessary COVID hiatus, the Roman Jackson Symposium is resuming this year as a series of seminars (rather than one big event), which are coordinated with the 2021-22 Harvard-Yenching Institute Program in Linguistic and Semiotic Anthropology that I am organizing. The first speaker in this series will be Franciscu Sedda,Professor of Semiotics at the University of Cagliari (Sardinia), who is spending a portion of the fall semester at Harvard as an Associate of the Department of Anthropology.
- 5 NOV, 1-3PM, Tozzer 203: Invisible Translations: Bridging Pragmatist and Structuralist Approaches to Semiotic Analysis
- 12 NOV, 1-3PM, Tozzer 203: Semiotics, Sovereignty, and Self-Consciousness: The Case of Sardinia
The seminars will combine lecture and discussion. All are welcome!