The multi-layered legacy of Algirdas Julius Greimas
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The multi-layered legacy of Algirdas Julius Greimas
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Interviewed by Agnė Grinevičiūtė 2017 march 22 d. 11:46

Algirdas Julius Greimas (1917-1992), the Lithuanian-born
linguist who founded the influential Paris school of
semiotics in the 1960s, has left a legacy that goes beyond
his academic pursuits. Dr. Arūnas Sverdiolas, professor at
Vilnius University and Head of the A.J.Greimas Centre for
Semiotics and Literary Theory, recollects how, at the time
when the Iron Curtain was finally lifted, the Paris-based
semiotician worked towards reintegrating Lithuania into the
Western culture, not least by helping us build networks with
European scholars.

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