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Isabel Marcos is the author
of books, articles, book chapters, papers to Conferences,
and Guest-editor of
international journals in Visual Semiotics and Spatial Semiotics.
Isabel Marcos research interests and recognised expertises led to her participation in various projects, which contributed to the growing of the knowledge on the chosen subjects of research.
Isabel Marcos has been invited
as organiser of well-established international congresses, to occupy positions of responsibility in international networks, and to open congresses as keynote speaker.
ABOUT ISABEL MARCOS
Isabel Marcos is a Senior Research fellow of CICS.NOVA – Interdisciplinary Centre of Social Sciences, FCSH at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa. She received a PhD in Semiotics (1996) from the University of Aarhus (Denmark) and a PhD in Communication Sciences (2000) from the New University of Lisbon (Portugal).
Her major publications are "Espace, sémiotique et cognition" (2014); "La sémiotique de l’espace-temps face à l’accélération de l’histoire" (2013), "Dynamiques de la ville. Essais de sémiotique de l’espace" (2007).
In addition, she is the author of many articles, book chapters, papers to Conferences, and Guest-editor of international Journals such as Degrés (Visual Semiotics) and ELSA (Spatial Semiotics).
She is Vice-President of the International Association for Visual Semiotics (IAVS) and Member of the Executive Committee of the World Association of Semiotics (IASS) – National Representative of Portugal.
Some of her research interests are Catastrophe Theory Semiotics, Territorial Branding, "Border Passions", Conspiracy Theories, Dynamic Semiotics of Urban Systems, Visual Semiotics as a Strategy for Decision Processes, Semiotics applied to Technological Innovations, Interdisciplinary Research, Transoceanic urbanity & Communicational urbanity.