RECENT AND FORTHCOMING PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS


english || japanese

2017:
* Bakufu Politicians and Western Medicine in 17th-Century Japan — Inoue Masashige and Inaba Masanori. [in preparation]
2017:
* Distillation in Early Modern Japan. [in preparation]
2017:
* W. Michel: Gottfried Wagener. In: Neue Deutsche Biographie, Bd. 27. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2016
2017:
* W. Michel-Zaitsu: Traditionelle Medizin in Japan - Von der Frühzeit bis zur Gegenwart. Müchen: Kiener Verlag, 2017 ISBN 978-3-943324-75-4 [in print]
30 March 2017:
* W. Michel / Y. Yoshida / A. Oshima (ed.): Aspects of Science and Art II. Nakatsu Municipal Museum for History and Folklore, Medical Archive Series No. 16, Nakatsu, March 2017    [invited publication; ISSN 2432-0773]
March 2017:
* W. Michel: Looking at corpses - On the dawn of human dissections in Japan.
History Symposium: Encounters between Western Medicine / Anatomy and Japan.
Japanese Association of Anatomists, 122nd Annual Meeting. Nagasaki University, 28 - 30 March 2017
Oct 2016:
* W. Michel-Zaitsu: Wechselwirkungen -- Zum Traité inédit de l'acupuncture et du Moxa chez les Japonais“ in J. B. Sarlandières Mémoires sur l'Électro-Puncture“ (1825)   (Part 3) In: Deutsche Zeitschrift für Akupunktur, Vol. 59 (4), 2016, pp. 6-10
9 Oct 2016:
* Japanese Acupuncture and Moxibustion in East-Western Exchange. 12th Annual Congress of the Japan Acupuncture and Moxibustion Association. Fukuoka, 9 Oct. 2016 [invited talk]
17 Sept 2016:
Ludwig Aschoff and Sunao Tawara - Crossing Borders. Medical Museum, 17 Sept 2016
Rekishikan
Juli 2016:
* Wechselwirkungen - Zum ”Traité inédit de l'acupuncture et du Moxa chez les Japonais“ in J. B. Sarlandières ”Mémoires sur l'Électro-Puncture“ (1825)   In: Deutsche Zeitschrift für Akupunktur, Vol. 59 (3), 2016, pp. 11-14 (Part 2)
June 2016:
* Crossing Boundaries in the Research on Old Medical Books.
In: Japan Science Support Foundation (ed): SCJ-Forum, 2015(6), pp. 84 - 86, June 2016  [ invited contribution, in Japanese]
21 May 2016:
* New Source Materials related to Yoshio Genkitsu from the Rikuga-Hall, Kyoto.
Japanese Society for the History of Medicine, 117th Annual Congress, 21-22 May 2016, Hiroshima, Medical Association Hall.
7 May 2016:
* Western Studies in Early Modern Cultural Exchange.
The Society for the History of Western Learning in Japan. In commemoration of its 25th anniversary. Tokyo, 7May 2016   [memorial lecture]
30 March 2016:
Japanese Society for the History of Pharmacy (ed): Encyclopedia of Pharmaceutical History. Tokyo: Yakuji Nippo Co., March 2016:
* W. Michel: Dutch Medicine and Pharmacy in Early Modern Nagasaki. pp. 467-471
* *W. Michel: Heinrich Bürger - Pharmacist and Siebold's Assistant. pp. 179-18    [in Japanese; invited contribution]
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30 March 2016:
* W. Michel: On Book Dealers in Edo- and Early-Meiji Nakatsu. (Research Note) In: Aspects of Science and Art I. pp. 73-89, 2016
30 March 2016:
* W. Michel / Y. Yoshida / A. Oshima (ed.): Aspects of Science and Art I. Nakatsu Municipal Museum for History and Folklore, Medical Archive Series No. 15, Nakatsu, March 2016    [invited publication; ISSN 2432-0773]
17 March 2016:
* W. Michel: On Yoshio Genkitsu - Pioneer of Dutch Learning in Kyoto.
Kyoto Medical Association Hall, 17 March 2016   [invited lecture]
20 Feb 2016:
* On quantitative evaluation of variolation.
Japanese Society for the History of Medicine, Fukuoka Chapter, 20 Feb 2016
December 2015:
* Wechselwirkungen - Zum ”Traité inédit de l'acupuncture et du Moxa chez les Japonais“ in J. B. Sarlandières ”Mémoires sur l'Électro-Puncture“ (1825)   In: Deutsche Zeitschrift für Akupunktur. Vol. 58 (4), 2015, pp. 14-18 (Part 1);
15 Nov 2015:
* On the Autopsy conducted by Kawaguchi Shinnin (1736|1811). The Kansai Chapter of the Japanese Society for the History of Medicine, Autumn Congress 2014, Osaka Municipal University, 15 Nov. 2015.   [paper, in Japanese]
10 Nov 2015:
* On the Emancipation of Japanese "Materia Medica Studies" (honzôgaku). 5th International Symposium on the History of Indigenous Knowledge (ISHIK 2015), Shenzhen (China), 9-12 Nov. 2015      [full paper]
Tao Zhang, Yi Li, Masatoshi Nakamura, Koichiro Ohgushi (ed.): Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on the History of Indigenous Knowledge (ISHIK 2015), 8-12 Nov. 2015, Shenzhen (China), pp. 93|106
(ISBN 978-4-9906649-3-0)  DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2236.3605
30 September 2015:
* "Pathological Interactions" - Ludwig Aschoff (1866-1942) and Tawara Tsunao (1873-1952).
Symposium: "History of Japanese-German Joint Scientific Endeavors" (Organizer: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Club / National Museum of Japanese History). Sakura National Museum of Japanese History, 30 Sept 2015    [invited paper]
August 2015:
* Medizin und Mission im Fernen Osten - Ludwig Aschoffs Erinnerungen an eine neunmonatige Reise. In: TAWARA TSUSHIN, no 8, p. 30-42, 2015 [introduction in Japanese; Aschoff's text in German]
Summer 2015:
* Fazetten der japanischen Akupunktur im frühen euro-japanischen Kulturaustausch  [Facets of Japanese acupuncture in early European-Japanese cultural interaction]. In: Deutsche Zeitschrift für Akupunktur. Vol. 58 (2), 2015, pp. 10-13 (Part 1); Vol. 58 (3), 2015, pp. 07-10 (Part 2)
 
25 July 2015:
* Research on Medical books in science and humanities. Symposium: "Future Research using the Database of Historic Japanese Texts". Tokyo: Science Council of Japan, 25 July 2105     [invited contribution, in Japanese]
June 2015:
* A naturalist lost — Johan Arnold Stützer (1763-1821) in the East Indies. In: Josef Kreiner (ed): Japanese Collections in European Museums III. Regional Reports 2. Bonn: Biersche Verlagsanstalt, 2015, pp. 147-162.     [invited paper, ISBN 9783936366488, DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3906.2241]
20 June 2015:
* Knocheneinrichtung, Klopfnadeln, Autopsie und Lebenspflege - Tradition und Innovation in der japanischen Medizin der Frühen Neuzeit. Internationales Symposium für Traditionelle Japanische Medizin. Vienna, Hotel de France, 20 June 2015.     [invited talk]
19 June 2015:
* On the 'Japanization' of Materia Medica Studies (honzôgaku) in 17th-century Japan. 3rd International Symposium for Japanese Kampo Medicine. Vienna, Hotel de France, 19 June 2015.
[invited talk]
21 May 2015:
* Early Modern Japanese Medicine and Western Studies. Society for the History of Westerns Studies. Annual General Meeting, Symposium, University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, 21 May 2015. [in Japanese]
March 2015:
* On the Modernization of Medical Education in Nakatsu. Tokiyuki Aoki (ed.): On Medical Education in South-Western Fiefdoms. Research Report (Grant-in-Aid number 24520760), Saga, March 2015, pp. 58-81. [in Japanese]
30 March 2015:
* W. Michel / Y. Yoshida / A. Oshima (ed.): Personalities and Encounters IV. Nakatsu Municipal Museum for History and Folklore, Medical Archive Series No. 14, Nakatsu, March 2014. [invited publication; ISSN 2432-0773]
23 Dec 2014:
* On the Dawn of Western Medicine in Kyushu. Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture, 23 Dec 2014   [invited talk, in Japanese]
22 Nov 2014:
* Destillation Apparatuses in the Early Edo Period. Japanese Society for the History of Pharmacy, Annual Congress 2014, Kyushu University Centennial Hall, Fukuoka, 22 Nov 2014.   [paper, in Japanese]
9 Nov 2014:
* Meditating and Observing - On the Dawn of Human Autopsy in Japan. The Kansai Chapter of the Japanese Society for the History of Medicine, Autumn Congress 2014, Osaka Municipal University, 9 Nov. 2014.
  [paper, in Japanese]
26 Oct 2014:
The True Shape of Bones - On the Dawn of Human Dissection in Early Modern Japan. (ISHIK 2014), Saga University, 26 Oct 2014
In: Bulletin of the 4th International Symposium on the History of Indigenous Knowledge Saga, Oct 2014, pp. 37-44. [full paper (English with Japanese summary)] [Outline in Chinese]; [ ISBN 978-4-9906649-2-3; DOI: 10.13140/2.1.4471.8085]
25 Oct 2014:
* W. Michel: Lord Okudaira Masataka and "Dutch Studies" (rangaku). Mandragora Association, Nakatsu, 25. Oct. 2014. [invited talk, in Japanese]
29 July 2014:
* Facetten der Geschichte der Akupunktur in Japan.
IGTJM, Hochheim, 29 July 2014
. [introductory note, in German]
13 July 2014:
* Topics and Prospects of the History of Western Studies in Japan.
Society for the History of Western Studies, Annual Assembly, University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, 13 July 2014
. [Keynote, in Japanese]
28 June 2014:
C. P. Thunberg's Disciple Claes Frederic Hornstedt (1758-1809).
Society for the History of Western Studies, June Session, Nagasaki University, 28 June 2014
.[in Japanese]
28 June 2014:
Medical Instruments in Edo- and Early Meiji-Japan.
In: International Medicine and Engineering Symposium , Nagasaki University, 28 June 2014
. [invited contribution, in Japanese]
31 May 2014:
* History of Medicine in Kyushu. Japanese Society for the History of Medicine, Fukuoka Chapter, May 2014 [Two large maps describing important personalities, events, objects etc. related to early modern and modern medicine in Kyushu (Japan). In Japanese]
31 May 2014:
* W. Michel: Medicine in Early Modern Japan and Intercultural Exchange. Japanese Society for the History of Medicine, 115th Annual Congress, Fukuoka [Congress President's Keynote, in Japanese]
April 2014:
* W. Michel: Treating Children in Japan. In: Thomas Wernicke: Shonishin — The Art of Non-Invasive Pediatric Acupuncture. London / Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers (Singing Dragon), 2014, 12-32. [invited book contribution, ISBN 9781848191600]
March 2014:
* W. Michel: The first Western map showing the place-name Nakatsu. In: Personalities and Exchange III, Nakatsu, 2014, pp.79-83. [in Japanese]
March 2014:
* W. Michel / Y. Yoshida / A. Oshima (ed.): Personalities and Exchange III. Nakatsu Municipal Museum for History and Folklore, Medical Archive Series No. 13, Nakatsu, March 2014. [invited publication, in Japanese; ISSN 2432-0773]
30 March 2014:
* Early Modern Japan's contribution to the transmission of Eastern Medicine to Europe.
29th Congress of the Society for Meridian Therapy, Fukuoka, 30 March 2014.
Across Fukuoka, 30 March 2014. [educational lecture, in Japanese]
15 March 2014:
* Bordercrossing and Eclecticism in Early Modern Japanese Eedicine. The National Museum of Nature and Science (ed.): Medicine as a Benevolent ArtTokyo, 15 March 2014. [Exhibition Catalogue Contribution, in Japanese]
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15 March - 15 June 2014:
* Special Exhibition: Medicine as a benevolent art. The National Museum of Nature and Science (Tokyo, Ueno Park), 15 March - 15 June 2014. [cooperation; in Japanese]
25 Jan. 2014:
* Historical Materials in the Nakatsu Area Related to the History of Medicine
Comitee for the Cultural Heritage in the Nakatsu Area, 25 Jan 2014. In: Mike no Bunka, no 50, pp. 30-35]
12 Dec. 2013:
* Genroku Japan as seen by the German physician Engelbert Kaempfer.
Chikushino City, Municipal Library [invited talk, in Japanese]
14 Sept 2013:
On Negoro Toshuku's True Shape of Human Bones kept by the Murakami Medical Archive (Nakatsu).
Society for the History of Western Studies, Saga University, 14 Sept 2013
Sept 2013:
* Wolfgang Michel: On the Confucianist Physician Mukai Gensho and the Introduction of Western Medicine and Herbs into Japan.
In: Wakaki Tai'ichi (ed.): Nagasaki as a Stage of Cultural Exchange between the East and the West. Tokyo: Bensei Shuppan, September 2013, pp. 161-186. ISBN 978-4-585-22058-9
* Wolfgang Michel: Dejima Trading Post Chief Andreas Cleyer's Botanical Studies.
In: Wakaki Tai'ichi (ed.): Nagasaki as a Stage of Cultural Exchange between the East and the West, pp. 187-193.
 [invited book contribution, in Japanese]
20 July 2013:
"Prayers for the Soul, Powders, Ointments, and Cautery for the Body" - Medical Interactions in 16th and 17th-Century Japan.
International Conference: Renaissance Culture and Japan's Christian Century (1550-1650). Gakushuin Women's College, Tokyo. 20 July 2013
[invited talk]
May 2013:
Maruyama, Masami / Michel, Wolfgang / Yoshida, Shin'ichi / Komune, Shizuo: Kyûshû Teikokudaigaku igakubu hyôhon shiryôshû (1997 chôsa) . Kyushu University, Faculty of Medicine, May 2013.
May 2013:
Maruyama, Masami/ Michel, Wolfgang / Yoshida, Shin'ichi / Komune, Shizuo /Aibe, Kumiko: Kyûshû Teikokudaigaku saikingaku kyôshitsu kyôju Ogawa Seishû kichô korekushon risuto. Kyushu University, Faculty of Medicine, May 2013.
2013:
* Engelbert Kaempfer: Amoenitatum Exoticarum Politico-Physico-Medicarum Fasciculi V. Lemgo 1712. Editiones Electronicae Guelferbytanae 5, Bonn/Wolfenbüttel, 2010ff.
W. Michel: Introduction and commentary on the Japanese background of Fasciculus V. [fasc. I, II finished]
March 2013:
* Wolfgang Michel: Johann Kilian Stumpf, Jesuit, Priester und Chinamissionar. Historische Kommission bei der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (ed.): NEUE DEUTSCHE BIOGRAPHIE, Band 25. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2013.  [Encyclopedia Article, invited article]
March 2013:
* W. Michel: On Ôe Okuji's 'Synoptic Chart of the Artery System' (Dômyaku ichiranzu). In: W. Michel / Y. Yoshida / A. Oshima (ed.): Source Materials and Personalities V. Nakatsu Municipal Museum for History and Folklore, Medical Archive Series No. 12, Nakatsu, March 2013, pp. pp. 62-84.
* W. Michel: On the Book Shindan zusetsu ('Illustrated Physical Diagnosis') and Ôe Okuji's Manuscript Copy. In: W. Michel / Y. Yoshida / A. Oshima (ed.): Source Materials and Personalities V. Nakatsu Municipal Museum for History and Folklore, Medical Archive Series No. 12, Nakatsu, March 2013, pp. 85-109.
March 2013:
* W. Michel / Y. Yoshida / A. Oshima (ed.): Source Materials and Personalities V. Nakatsu Municipal Museum for History and Folklore, Medical Archive Series No. 12. Nakatsu: Board of Education, March 2013 (138pp.).
20 March 2013:
* Habent sua fata libelli -- Das Kojiki im deutsch-japanischen Kulturaustausch.
OAG - Deutsche Gesellschaft für Natur- und Völkerkunde Ostasiens, Tokyo.
2 Febr 2013:
* Shomotsu to ningen no unmei - Nichi-dokubunka kôryû ni okeru kojiki (Habent sua fata libelli - Das Kojiki im deutsch-japanischen Kulturaustausch)
Nara Prefectural Library and Information Center
1-27 Febr 2013:
* Nara Prefectural Library and Information Center.
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