Wolfgang Michel / Michel-Zaitsu: RECENT AND FORTHCOMING PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS


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2019:
* Bakufu Politicians and Western Medicine in 17th-Century Japan — Inoue Masashige and Inaba Masanori. [in preparation]
2019:
* Distillation in Early Modern Japan. [in preparation]
2019:
* Gottfried Wagener.
* Zacharias Wagener.
In: Neue Deutsche Biographie, Bd. 27. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2019, , 353-355 (Gottfried Wagener); 358-359 (Zacharias Wagener) [in print]
Spring 2019:
* Engelbert Kaempfer: Der fünfte Faszikel der Amoenitates Exoticae -- die japanische Pflanzenkunde. Herausgegeben und kommentiert von Brigitte Hoppe und Wolfgang Michel-Zaitsu. Hildesheim/Zuerich/New York: Georg Olms Verlag, 2019 (671 pp.) [in print]
30 March 2019:
* W. Michel: On the Manuscript Shutō Shinsetsu (A New Theory of Inoculation) and its Background. In: Source Material and Personalities VI, Nakatsu, March 2019    [ISSN 2432-0773]
30 March 2019:
* W. Michel / Y. Yoshida / A. Oshima (ed.): Source Material and Personalities VI. Nakatsu Municipal Museum for History and Folklore, Medical Archive Series No. 18, Nakatsu, March 2019    [invited publication; ISSN 2432-0773]
March 2019:
* Some western medical books in the Nonaka Usaien Collection. Saga, March 2019 [in Japanese, in print]
22 March 2019:
* Tradition und Wandel - Zur Erkundung der Inneren Landschaften des Körpers“ im frühneuzeitlichen Japan.
International Congress "TCM meets TJM". Mannheim, 22-23 March 2019
December 2018:
* Wolfgang Michel-Zaitsu: Exploring the "Inner Landscapes" - The Kaitai shinsho (1774) and its Prehistory. Yonsei Journal of Medical History, Vol. 21(2), pp. 7-34. [invited paper]
15 Dec. 2018:
* On the dawn of dissections in Japan - Re-examination from a socio-cultural perspective.
Annual "Joint Meeting of Six Societies", Juntendo University, Tokyo, 15 Dec. 2018.   [in Japanese]
19 Nov. 2018:
* The Genroku-Period Japan as seen by the German traveller Engelbert Kaempfer.
Human Education Society, Fukuoka, 29 Nov. 2018.   [invited talk, in Japanese]
11 Nov. 2018:
* On the "New Book of Vaccination" (Gyūtō Shinshō) translated by Arima Setsuzō and its background
The Kansai Chapter of the Japanese Society for the History of Medicine, Autumn Congress 2018, Osaka Municipal University, 11 Nov. 2018.   [ in Japanese]
14 Sept. 2018:
* Exploring the "Inner Landscapes" - The New Book of Anatomy (1774) and its Prehistory. [Invited presentation]
National Hangul Museum, Seoul
25 Aug. 2018:
* Western Medical Books of the Nonaka Family, Crude Drug Merchants of the Saga Clan
Japanese Society for the History of Medicine, Fukuoka Chapter, Autumn Meeting, 25 Aug 2018    [in Japanese]
July 2018:
* Small-pox in Early Modern Japan as seen by Europeans (pp. 43-54)
* Fighting small-pox in the Nakatsu Domain (pp. 202-212)
* Takeya Yūushi and the introduction of vaccination by the Fukuoka Clan (pp. 225-252)
* Variolation and Vaccination - Comparisons and Judgements (pp. 313-328)
* On the comparison and evaluation of variolation and vaccination (pp. 323-338)
In: T. Aoki /A. Oshima / W. Michel (ed.): Fighting Small-pox — Vaccination in Kyushu. Tokyo: Iwata Shoin, July 2018 [ ISBN978-4-86602-036-5 C3021; A5 342 pp; in Japanese]
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* "Borderland Kyushu" [Public lecture; in Japanese]
119th Annual Congress, Japanese Society for the History of Medicine. Kagoshima, Medical Association Hall
April 2018:
Kinsei seiyōchizu ni miru Nihon-zu. In: Jeison Habaado: Sekai no naka no Nihonchizu. Kashiwa Shobō, 2018
[Japanese edition of: Jason Hubbard: Japoniae insulae. The mapping of Japan. (2012)]
March 2018:
* W. Michel: "Gyūtō shinsetsu" (New Explanation of Vaccination), a manuscript kept by the Karashima Family in Nakatsu
In: T. Aoki (ed.): Source Material: Small-pox in Kyushu. (Research Report) Saga 2018, pp. 51-61
March 2018:
* Wolfgang Michel (ed.): Bastaardt Woordenboek (Dutch Edition / Japanese Version). Nakatsu Municipal Museum for History and Folklore, Medical Archive Series No. 17, Nakatsu, March 2018 [commentary pp.1-62, pp.text 63-440 pp.]
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16 Dec 2017:
* Gallery Talk: On the Historical Background of the Special Exhibition Kaitaishinsho and Maeno Ryōtaku .
Oe Medical Archive, Nakatsu, 16 Dec 2017
September 2017:
* W. Michel-Zaitsu: Traditionelle Medizin in Japan - Von der Frühzeit bis zur Gegenwart. Müchen: Kiener Verlag, 2017 ISBN 978-3-943324-75-4 [ca. 400 pp, 200 illustrations] Yakazu Medical History Award (June 2018)
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 [invited lecture]
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, 7 May 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 the 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);
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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.
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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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