Meghanne Barker (London School of Economics, Dept. of Media and Communications) and Constantine V. Nakassis (University of Chicago, Dept. of Anthropology) release part I of “Images,” a special issue of Semiotic Review.

This edited issue presents an interdisciplinary approach to the semiotic study of images, with contributions from scholars in a range of disciplines: from linguistic anthropology, ethnomusicology, and visual anthropology to visual studies, art history, and film studies. Featuring contributions by Christopher Ball, Meghanne Barker, Elizabeth Edwards, Steven Feld, Tomáš Kolich, W. J. T. Mitchell, Daniel Morgan, Constantine V. Nakassis, Esra Soraya Padgett, and Angela Reyes.

Part 2 of the special issue is currently in press and will feature essays by: Erika Hoffmann-Dilloway, Martin Lefebvre, Keith Murphy, and Kristina Wirtz.