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Massimo Leone is Professor of Philosophy of Communication, CulturalSemiotics, and Visual Semiotics at the Department of Philosophy and EducationalSciences, University of Turin, Italy, part-time Professor of Semiotics in theDepartment of Chinese Language and Literature, University of Shanghai, China,associate member of Cambridge Digital Humanities, University of Cambridge,Director of the Institute for Religious Studies at the “Bruno KesslerFoundation”, Trento, and Adjunct Professor at the University of Caracas,Venezuela He has been visiting professor at several universities in the fivecontinents. He has single-authored fifteen books, edited more than sixtycollective volumes, and published more than six hundred articles in semiotics,religious studies, and visual studies. He is the winner of a 2018 ERCConsolidator Grant and of a 2022 ERC Proof of Concept Grant. He is editor-in-chiefof Lexia, the Semiotic Journal of the Center for InterdisciplinaryResearch on Communication, University of Turin, Italy, co-editor-in-chief of Semiotica(De Gruyter), and co-editor of the book series “I Saggi di Lexia” (Rome:Aracne), “Semiotics of Religion” (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter), and “Advancesin Face Studies” (London and New York: Routledge).