University of Milan (Italy)
Alessandro TRIPEPI graduated in History and then in Historical Sciences at the University of Milan, where he won a Ph.D. in History, Culture, Social and Intitutional Theories in 2016.
Alessandro’s major research interests are in the area of political and religious central role of Italy in the late XVI Century Spanish “Wold-system”.
The study of these themes, through the analysis of two Japanese delegation in Europe, allows to extend to the Italian idea of Japan the focus of Alessandro’s research.
Therefore, the political underlayer of his Ph.D. thesis does not prevent him from considering also the important cultural implications the delegations had in allowing Italy to get closer to Japanese culture.
Participation in MUTUAL IMAGES RESEARCH ASSOCIATION events
MUTUAL IMAGES 6th International Workshop (2018):
"Japan in the Gonzaga Communication Network: The First Japanese Embassy in Italy in 1585"