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Biographical Note: Fabio Rambelli

Fabio Rambelli was born in Ravenna, Italy. He received his BA in Japanese language and Culture from the University of Venice, and his doctorate in East Asian Studies from the Italian Ministry of Scientific Research in 1992 after carrying out research at the University of Venice, the Oriental Institute in Naples, and Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. He is currently assistant professor of religious studies, cultural studies, and Japanese religions at Sapporo University in Japan.

Main Publications: Itariateki kangaekata. Nihonjin no tame no Itaria nymon [The Italian Way of Thinking. An Introduction to Italy for the Japanese]. Tokyo: Chikuma shob?, 1997 (3rd reprint 1998)

Guest co-editor of a special issue of Versus. Quaderni di studi semiotici on Japanese culture (forthcoming 2000)

Contributed articles for Versus, Quaderni di studi semiotici, Studies in Central and East Asian Religions , Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, etc. Contributed to the Encyclopedia of Semiotics, ed. by Paul Bouissac. London and New York: Oxford University Press, 1998 Send comments or questions to Fabio Rambelli: rambelli@sapporo-u.ac.jp


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