CAIRN-INT.INFO : International Edition

What It Means to Sign

Page 7 to 12
Page 13 to 23

Values of the Signature

Page 25 to 34
Page 35 to 46

Signing. .. to Transform an Object into a Work of Art

Page 47 to 77
Page 79 to 96
Page 97 to 106

Signing. .. to Transform Oneself into a Work of Art

Page 107 to 117
Page 119 to 133

Signing. .. to Inform One’s Reader

Page 135 to 156
Page 157 to 170

Places and Resources

Page 171 to 180
Page 181 to 184

Alternating Perspectives

Page 185 to 192

On the Subject of. ..

Page 193 to 202


Page 203 to 209


Page 211 to 215
Page 216 to 218

Feature Interview

Page 219 to 232

Miscellaneous Contributions

Page 233 to 253
From works of art to body marking through consumer products, Sociétés & Représentations explores the historical, aesthetic, and legal issues related to the signature. This familiar gesture can be likened to a “total social fact” covering an infinite number of uses and representations, from building a reputation and a legacy to postures of anonymity.
Plural in its subject matter and pluralist with respect to suggested approaches, this transdisciplinary journal wants to be open to questions encountered by contemporary society in the familiarity of its forms while participating in a renewed way of thinking. Read more...
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