Vol 45, No 3/4 (2017)

Special issue: Semiotics and history: Boris Uspenskij 80

Guest editor: Marek Tamm

Table of Contents

Introduction: Semiotics and history revisited PDF
Marek Tamm 211-229
Semiotics and culture: The perception of time as a semiotic problem PDF
Boris Uspenskij 230-248
Civilization and barbarism PDF
Carlo Ginzburg 249-262
History as geography: In search for Russian identity PDF
Mihhail Lotman 263-283
The figure of the impostor to the throne in Russian political culture: Between sacralization and mimesis PDF
Ilya Kalinin 284-301
Two approaches to the humanities: Claude Lévi-Strauss and Germaine Tillion PDF
Tzvetan Todorov 302-316
Semiotics of cultural history PDF
Peeter Torop 317-334
Semiosphere and history: Toward the origins of the semiotic approach to history PDF
Mikhail Trunin 335-360
The future orientation of culture and the memory of the past in the making of history PDF
Elżbieta Hałas 361-379
Reading Uspenskij: Soviet ‘semiotics of history’ in the West PDF
Taras Boyko 380-394
Boris Uspenskij in English: Bibliography PDF
Taras Boyko 395-403
Boris Uspenskij on history, linguistics and semiotics PDF
Ekaterina Velmezova, Kalevi Kull 404-448