International Centre for Health and Wellbeing Promotion, Rome. Summer School (21.-28.09.2019)

This september Prof. Dr. Angelika Messner participated in the summer school and also held a speech there.

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For further information check the  Website of ASL Roma 1.

 

ANNOUNCEMENT: International Congress on Traditional Asian Medicines (ICTAM X), May 2020

CHALLENGES TO ASIAN MEDICINES

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The next International Congress on Traditional Asian Medicines (ICTAM X) will be held on 1-5 May 2020 in Taiwan at Academia Sinica, Taipei, in alliance with ASHM 10th (the Asian Society for the History of Medicine). The theme will be "Challenges to Asian Medicines." Further information is available at the conference website: http://www.ictam-ashm.com

Panel and Paper proposals may be submitted by one or more persons, and should take the form of an abstract of 300 words outlining the topic of the panel or the paper. We encourage papers and panels that develop the theme "Challenges to Asian Medicines" by revisiting old paradigms in the spirit of new research.

DEADLINE for submissions is September 30, 2019.
For the SUBMISSION PROCESS: http://www.ictam-ashm.com/submission.php

 

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Taipei, Taiwan in May 2020!

Sakai Shizu (ASHM), Angelika Messner (IASTAM), Yi-Chang Su (Host and Organizer)

 

Download: ICTAM X: Challenges to Asian Medicines- Announcement (pdf)

 

Workshop: Towards a Global History of Drugs (04 June to 07, 2019)

From the 4th to the 6th of July, fourteen researchers – seven from Taiwan and seven working in Germany – met for the workshop “Materialities of Medical Culture in/between Europe and East Asia: Towards a Global History of Drugs”.

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The  participants  presented  and  discussed  their  ongoing  work  on  a  variety  of  topics  related  to  the history of medicinal substances from an intercultural perspective. Different approaches and different methods of historical analysis were presented and compared between projects and cultures. The ultimate goal was to sharpen their perspective on a global history of medicine.

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We also would like to thank the Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan, and the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft for their financial support. This workshop was part of the working program co-funded by them.

To read the whole article click here (pdf).

 

Emotions in Medical History and why they matter - A Public Lecture 2019.3.6 in Hongkong (HKBU)

A Public Lecture at Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU): Emotions in Medical History and why they matter

Prof. Dr. Angelika Messner, China Centre of Kiel University

on the 6th of March 2019

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Preliminary Research Results on Ageing in Chinese Contexts

The 49th-50th philosophical dialogue was held at Zhejiang University's Xixi Campus (西溪哲学对话地49—50次活动) on September 25, 2015. Prof. Dr. Angelika Messner spoke on:

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School of Humanities Zhejiang University

From September 11 - 26, 2015, Prof. Dr. Angelika C. Messner held a seminar on the theme of "Aspects of Emotion" at the School of Humanities, Zhejiang University.

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Materialities of Medical Cultures in/between Europe and East Asia-Project

We are more than happy to infrom you that Prof. Dr. Angelika Messner has become a member of the "Materialities of Medical Cultures in/between Europe and East Asia" research project.

Visit their website: Materialities of Medical Cultures

 

Asian Medicine (IASTAM)

 

Asian Medicine: Journal of the International Association for the Study of Traditional Asian Medicine (IASTAM) is a multidisciplinary journal aimed at researchers and practitioners of Asian Medicine. It makes available in one single publication academic essays that explore the historical, anthropological, sociological and philological dimensions of Asian medicine as well as practice reports from clinicians based in Asia and in Western countries, translations of relevant texts, and other types of articles.

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Free access

Current members of IASTAM receive free online access to all past and present issues of the journal via the Brill website (login required). Join now to start your free access!

Non-members have free access to past issues from five years after the date of publication. Individual and institutional memberships, including electronic and/or print access, are available via Brill’s Asian Medicine web page.

 

客席学者 Visiting scholars

Name

Fellow University

Contact

Prof. Dr. Li Yuan
ST 2017
(01.08.2017-30.09.2017)

Zhejiang University
(Institute of Chinese Studies)

Tel.: 0431-880-2420
 
国懿 Prof. Dr. Guo Yi
WT 2015/16

Zhejiang University

(Institute of Chinese Studies)

Tel.: 0431-880-2420
E-mail:
yue_liu@zju.edc.cn

刘悦 Prof. Dr. Liu Yue
WT 2015/16

Zhejiang University

(Institute of Chinese Studies)

Tel.: 0431-880-2420
E-mail:
yue_liu@zju.edc.cn

王淼 Prof. Dr. Wang Miao
ST 2015
(01.04.2015-31.03.2016)

Zhejiang University

(School of Humanities)

Tel.: 0431-880 2422
E-mail: wangmiao@zju.edu.cn
王诚 Dr. Wang Cheng
ST 2015
(01.04.2015-31.03.2016)

Zhejiang University
(School of Humanities)

Tel.: 0431-880 2422
E-mail: wangchengzju@gmail.com
赵静 Zhao Jing
WT 2014/15

Zhejiang University

(Institute of Chinese Studies)
Tel.: 0431-880 3317
E-mail: zhaojing890411@126.com
朱更生 Herr Zhu Gengsheng
ST 2014
(16.08-03.10.2014)

Zhejiang University

(Institute of Chinese Studies)

Tel.: 0431-880 3317
E-mail: zhugengsheng@zju.edu.cn

范捷平 Prof. Dr. Fan Jieping
ST 2014
(01.07-05.09.2014)

Zhejiang University

(Institute of ChineSoSee Studies)
Tel.: 0431-880 3317
E-mail:
fanjp@zju.edu.cn
陆敏珍 Prof. Dr. Lu Minzhen
ST 2014
(01.04. -01.09.2014)

Zhejiang University
(School of Humanities)

Tel.: 0431- 880-3317
E-mail: lumz@zju.edu.cn

刘玉能  Dr. Liu Yuneng
01.04.2014-01.04.2015
 

Zhejiang University
(School of Public Affairs)

Tel.: 0431- 880-3317
E-mail:
lynzju@163.com

王曦 Wang Xi,

Master undergraduate
WT 2013/14
(01. 11.-15.12. 2013)

Zhejiang University
(School of Humanities)

Tel.: 0431- 880-3317
E-mail:
21204116@zju.edu.cn