I have recently created sign_studies to promote semiotic study, the study of signs and semiosis (sign-action, sign-processes). Semiotics offers an inherently interdisciplinary field of inquiry, as well as a perspective that should appeal to anyone interested in psychology, philosophy, theology, cognition, communication, meaning, language, etc., so I hope to attract a diverse group of intelligent and reflective thinkers.
I imagine members of this community might be able to contribute to semiotic inquiry at the intersection of neurosemiotics and what I have recently christened "theosemiotics."
Please peruse the community profile for more info and feel free to inquire.
(Mods, feel free to delete this post if community promotion is not allowed.)