ARIMA Michiko

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ARIMA Michiko
Master of Arts, Master of Literature

Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

Apr 2001
Mar 2014
Professor, kyoto Women's University

Published Papers

A new horizon of intercultural stances
English Literature Review   56 52-68   Dec 2012
How we lose memory in aging
ARIMA Michiko
xxxiv(1/3) 73-79   2009   [Refereed]


“The Unmarked Unbounded Ways of Speaking and High Context Japanese : Is Japanese a Mysterious Language? "(European Journal for Semiotic Studies). Wien
ISSS(Institute for Socio-Semiotic Studies)   10(3) 509-525   1998
Japanese Haiku vs, English Haiku vs, Concrete Poetry
(秀文インターナショナル=Shubun International)Poetica   46 137-152   1996
Schizophrenia as semiotic disintegration
Kodikas/Code(Gunter Narr Verlag,)Tübingen   8(3) 4   1985
Japanese culture versus schizophrenic interpretation
(Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin)   9(3)    1990

Books etc

Conceptualizing Metaphors: On Charles Peirce's Marginalia
Ivan Mladenov
Oct 2012   
Charles Sanders Peirce: A Life
Joseph Brent
Dec 2004   
Creative interpretation of the text and the Japanese mentality
The Empire of Signs(John Benjamins, Amsterdam)   1991   
A Typological View of Interpretation in Synechism
The Locus of Meaning : Papers in Honor of Yoshihiko Ikegami(Kuroshio Publishers)   1997   
New Directions in the Study of Language
Eric H. Lenneberg
Jul 1985   

Conference Activities & Talks

A semiotic view of memory loss in aging [Invited]
The 14th Early Fall School in Semiotics by Southeast European Center for Semiotic Studies   9 Sep 2008   

Research Grants & Projects

synechism of meaning