academic papers, presentations

english || japanese

 

(197)   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]

(196)   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

(195)   "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 September 2015.  [invited paper]

(194)   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]

(193)   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]

(192)   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]

(191)   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.

(190)   On the Dawn of Western Medicine in Kyushu. Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture, 23 Dec 2014   [invited talk, in Japanese]

(189)   Destillation Apparatuses in the Early Edo Period. Japanese Society for the History of Pharmacy, Annual Congress 2014, Kyushu University, Fukuoka.   [paper, in Japanese]

(188)   The 'True Shape' of Bones - On the Dawn of Human Dissection in Early Modern Japan. In: 4th International Symposium on the History of Indigenous Knowledge (ISHIK 2014), Saga, 26-29 Octobre 2012.
[full paper (English with Japanese summary)] [Outline in Chinese]

(187)   Medicine in Early Modern Japan and intercultural exchange. Japanese Society for the History of Medicine, 115th Annual Congress, Fukuoka [Congress President's Keynote]

(186)   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. [educational lecture, in Japanese]

(185)   "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.

(184)   Habent sua fata libelli - The KOJIKI in German-Japanese Cultural Exchange. Nara Prefectural Library and Information Center 2 Febr 2013.

(183)   On the "True Shape of Bones" kept by the Murakami Medical Archive, City of Nakatsu. The Kansai Chapter of the Japanese Society for the History of Medicine, Autumn Congress 2012, Kyoto, Ryûkoku University, 11 Nov. 2012.

(182)   Tradition and Innovation - Medical Instruments in Edo and Meiji Japan. The 2nd International Symposium on History of Indigenous Knowledge (ISHIK 2012), 25 October 2012, Saga, University.

(181)  Looking at Corpses - Negoro Tôshuku's 'True Shape of Human Bones'. Japanese Society for the History of Medicine, Fukuoka Chapter. Fukuoka, 18 August 2012.

(180)   New Source Material relating to the Dutch Studies Scholar Yoshio Genkitsu in Kyôto. Japanese Society for the History of Medicine, Fukuoka Chapter. Fukuoka, 18 Febr 2012.

(180)   Western collectors in early modern Japanese-European cultural exchange - The case of the Swedish naturalists C.F. Hornstedt and J. A. Stüzer . International Forum: Japanese Collections in the Baltic Area, National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, 4 Febr. 2012.

(179)   On the Medical License of Nishi Gempo (1636-84). The Kansai Chapter of the Japanese Society for the History of Medicine, Autumn Congress 2011, Osaka Municipal University, 13 Nov. 2011.

(178)   Ostasiatische Medizin im Deutschland des 17. und frühen 18. Jahrhunderts. 1. Internationaler Kongress für traditionelle japanische Medizin und Kultur, Hoechst, 30 Oct 2011.
[invited lecture]

(177)   Im Spannungsfeld zwischen China und Europa - Medizin im Japan der Frühen Neuzeit. 1. Internationaler Kongress für traditionelle japanische Medizin und Kultur, Frankfurt am Main, 29 Oct 2011.
[invited lecture]

(176)   Philip Franz von Siebold als Mediziner. Deutsch-Japanisches Siebold Symposium 2011, Tokyo, 18-20 Oct. 2011.
[invited paper, in Japanese (German translation)]

(175)   Shizu SAKAI, Wolfgang MICHEL: The First Japanese Graduate from the Medical School of Berlin University. The 112th Annual Congress of the Japan Society of Medical History, Tokyo, 11-12 June 2011.
Japanese Abstract: Nihon Ishigaku Zasshi - Journal of the Japan Society for Medical History, Vol. 57 (2011), No.2, p. 180. [in Japanese]

(174)   On the Birth of Japanese Botany (honzôgaku). "Joint Meeting of Five Societies", Tokyo, 12 Dec 2010.

(173)   Medicine and Medical Treatment in Japanese- German Intercourse between the 17th and 19th Century. International Medical Society of Japan (IMSJ): 50th International Congress on Therapy - Friendship 150 years between Japan and Germany (Medicine, Pharmacy). Prince Hotel Tokyo, Providence Hall, 25 Nov 2010.   [ invited special lecture, in Japanese]
 ||  Abstract

(172)   Japanese Acupuncture and Moxibustion in Early Modern Europe. Japan Society of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, 30th Meeting of the Kansai Chapter. Meiji School of Oriental Medicine, Osaka, 21 Nov 2010.  [invited special lecture; in Japanese]
 || Abstract (pdf)

(171)   Some Problems of Southern Barbarian-style External Medicine (Nanbanryu geka). The Kansai Branch of the Japan Society for Medical History, Autumn Congress 2010, Kyoto, 7 Nov 2010.

(170)   Japanese Acupuncture and Moxibustion in Early Modern Europe. Japan Society of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, 59th Congress. Osaka, 11 June 2010. [invited poster, in Japanese]
 || Poster

(169)   On the Origin of ranbiki Stills. The Kansai Branch of the Japan Society for Medical History, Autumn Congress 2008, Kyoto, 7 Nov 2009.
 [in Japanese] ||  Outline

(168)   On the "Excerpt of Miraculous Waters from the Far West" by Yoshio Genkitsu. Japan Society for Medical History, 110th Annual Congress, Saga, 6 June 2009.
 [in Japanese]  ||  Outline

(167)   Japanese Medicine as Seen by Engelbert Kaempfer. 2nd Tawara Sugao Symposium, Obata Memorial Library, Nakatsu-City, 18 Oct 2008.
 [in Japanese]

(166)   On the Prison Camp Fukuoka. International Symposium: German Prisoners and their Camps in the History of Cultural Exchange between Germany and Japan. Okayama University, Okayama City, 13 Oct 2008. [in Japanese]@

(165)   Yoshio Genkitsu (Rikuga-Hall, Kyoto) and his Writings.
The Kansai Branch of the Japan Society for Medical History, Autumn Congress 2008, Kyoto, 12 Nov 2008.  [in Japanese]@
 ||  Outline

(164)   Edo Period Japan as Seen in Ph. Fr. von Siebold's Books. Prefectural Library Nara, 16 March 2008. [in Japanese]
Outline

(163)   Collections in Edo Period Japan. International Symposium "Heinrich von Siebolds Life and Work". Hôsei University, Tokyo, 2 March 2008. [invited paper, in Japanese]
 || Outline (jpn / en)

(162)   From Kaempfer to Siebold - On the Development of Europeans Studies on Japan. Siebold Museum, Nagasaki, 6 Feb 2008. [invited paper, in Japanese]

(161)   On the Birth of Japanese Honzô-Studies. Symposium "From Honzô to Botany". International Conference: 150th Anniversary of the Beginning of Modern Western-style Medical Education in Japan. Nagasaki University, 11 Nov 2007. 
[in Japanese]
 || Outline

(160)   Miyoko TSUKISAWA, Wolfgang MICHEL: Auzoux's Homme Clastique and Japan. International Conference: 150th Anniversary of the Beginning of Modern Western-style Medical Education in Japan. Nagasaki University, 10 Nov 2007.

(159)   Border Crossing and Intellectual Curiosity - On the Road Towards the Modernization of Japanese Medicine. International Conference: 150th Anniversary of the Beginning of Modern Western-style Medical Education in Japan. Nagasaki University, 9 Nov 2007.
 ||  Outline  ||  Outline [in English]

(158)   Ryôan Kawaguchi's Surgical License (Tanaka-Yaseien-Collection) and its Background. The Kansai Branch of the Japan Society for Medical History, Autumn Congress 2007, Kyoto, 4 Nov 2007.
 || Outline

(157)   17th Century Japan as Seen by European Eyes.
Municipal Historical Museum Ogi, 20 Oct 2007. [invited paper, in Japanese]
 || Related exhibition ||  Outline  ||  Short paper  [in Japanese]

(156)   Medicine, Pharmacology and Botany in 17-Century Euro-Japanese Intercourse. Japan-Netherlands Institute, Tokyo, 21 Sep 2007. [invited paper, in Japanese]
 ||  Outline

(155)   On the German Manuscript of S. Tawara's "The Conduction System of the Mammalian Heart". 5th Tawara-Aschoff Symposium, Nakatsu, 27 July 2007.  [in Japanese]
 ||  Related Newspaper Article

(154)   From Sea Route to Land Route - The "Nagasaki Road" and the Dutch. Society for Western Studies, Aoyama University, Tokyo, 2 June 2007.  [in Japanese]

(153)   People, Objects, Information - Osaka and the Modernization of Medicine and Medical Treatment. Symposium "Dutch Studies in Osaka - Background, Development and Characteristics", 108th General Meeting of the Japan Society for Medical History, Osaka, Osaka City University, 7 April 2007.  [in Japanese]

(152)   Western-style Medical Instruments in Trading Papers of the Edo and Meiji Period. 108th General Meeting of the Japan Society for Medical History, Osaka, Osaka City University, 7 April 2007.
Related Exhibition: Tradition and Innovation - On the Medical Instrument Enterprises in Osaka during the Meiji Period.  [in Japanese]

(151)   Von Schamberger bis Kaempfer: Medizin, Heilmittel- und Pflanzenkunde im euro-japanischen Kulturaustausch des 17. Jahrhunderts. Internationales Symposium "Brückenbauer". EKO Haus der Japanischen Kultur, Düsseldorf, 28.-31. March 2007. [invited paper, in German]

(150)   Pflanzen und Pflanzenkunde im euro-japanischen Austausch des 17. Jahrhunderts. Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem, Freie Universität Berlin, 24. March 2007. [invited paper, in German]

(149)   On Mukai Genshô and Western Medicine. Japan Society for Medical History - Fukuoka Branch, 24 Feb 2007, Across Fukuoka.  [in Japanese]

(148)   Materia Medica Policy during the Reign of Shôgun Ietsuna. The Society for the History of Western Learning, Annual Congress 2006, Tokyo, 17 Dec 2006.  [in Japanese]

(147)   Tradition and Innovation - Medical Instruments in the Edo- and Meiji-Period. "Inventions in the Edo period": 8th International Symposium, Kyoto University, 6-8 Dec 2006.  [in Japanese]
 ||  poster (jpn)  || 

(146)   Mukai Genshô and Western Materia Medica. Japanese Society for the History of Pharmacy, Annual Congress 2006, Nagoya Meijo University, 11 Nov 2006.  [in Japanese]

(145)   On the Surgical License in the Tanaka-Yaseien-Collection and the Spread of Red-Head-Style Surgery. Annual Congress, The Kansai Branch of the Japan Society for Medical History, Kyoto, 4 June 2006.  [in Japanese]
 || ppt slides  || Outline (jpn)

(144)   T. Nakamura, J. Endô, W. Michel, T. Okumura: On the Medicine Chest of Tawara Sôhaku. 107th General Meeting of the Japan Society for Medical History, Nakatsu, Culture Hall, 13-14 May 2006.  [in Japanese]
 || Journal of the Japan Society for Medical History, Vol. 52, No. 1, pp. 134-135

(143)   Murakami Gensui and Ôe Shuntô - Possibilities and Limitations of Regional Physicians in the Edo Period. Symposium "Rangaku in Nakatsu", 107th General Meeting of the Japan Society for Medical History, Nakatsu, Culture Hall, 13-14 May 2006. [in Japanese]
 ||  Outline  ||  Journal of the Japan Society for Medical History, Vol. 52, No. 1, pp. 28-29

(142)   Medicine and Allied Sciences in the Cultural Exchange between Japan and Europe in the Seventeenth Century. International Symposium "Current State & Future Tasks of Japanese Studies. University of Bonn (Germany), 2-3 February 2006.  [in Japanese]

(141)   Yoshio Genkichi and the Rikugadô.
The Society for the History of Western Learning, Annual Congress 2005, Tsuyama, 10 Dec 2005.  [in Japanese]
 ||  Outline

(140)   Collections and the Modernization of Science - On Kimura Kenkadô. Annual Congress, The Kansai Branch of the Japan Society for Medical History, Osaka, 6 Nov 2005.  [in Japanese]
 ||  (Itan, No. 84, June 2006, p. 89-90 [ pdf)

(139)   T. Nakamura, J. Endô, Medical Treatment in the Edo Era as Seen from the Medicinal Chests in the Ichinoseki Area.
Symposium "Regional Achievements in the Edo Era", Ichinoseki City, Ichinoseki Museum, 3 Nov 2005.  [in Japanese]

(138)   T. Nakamura, J. Endô, On the Plant Samples and the Medicinal Chest of Hanaoka Seishû and Ishigoe Satô. Symposium "Regional Achievements in the Edo Era", Ichinoseki City, Ichinoseki Museum, 3 Nov 2005.  [in Japanese]

(137)   "Inventions in the Edo period": 7th International Symposium [organization, panel participation]. Nagano, 21-24 Oct 2005.

  • International Forum: International Aspects in the Inventions during the Edo period.
     [in Japanese]
  • W. Michel, J. Endô, T. Nakamura: Medico-Pharmaceutical Imports During the Edo and Early Meiji Period. (Poster Presentation)  [in Japanese]
 ||  Programm  ||  Project Conference  ||  Fotos

(136)   Y. Imai, J. Endô, T. Nakamura, On the Characteristics of the Pharmaceutical Sample Meetings (Yakuhin'e) in the Edo-Period. Japanese Society for the History of Pharmacy, Annual Congress 2005, Sapporo, 1 Oct 2005.  [in Japanese]

(135)   J. Endô, T. Nakamura, "One Character Drug Names" on Medicinal Bags from the Edo Era. "Inventions in the Edo Period - International Symposium in Kisomura", 27 Aug 2005.  [in Japanese]
 ||  Outline

(134)   T. Nakamura, J. Endô, On Medicinal Chests from the Edo and Early Meiji Era kept in Kisomura. "Inventions in the Edo Period - International Symposium in Kisomura", 27 Aug 2005.  [in Japanese]
 ||  Outline  || 

(133)   On the Collecting and Making of Things - Modernization in Regions. "Inventions in the Edo Period - International Symposium in Kisomura", 27 Aug 2005.  [in Japanese]
 ||  Outline

(132)   Western Distillation Techniques and Euro-Japanese Botanical Interactions in 17th-Century Japan. 11th International Conference on the History of Science in East Asia, 15 - 20 August 2005, Munich, Germany.  [in Japanese]
 ||  Abstract

(131)   On Engelbert Kaempfer's Shimabara-ki.
Society for the History of Western Learning, Aoyama University, Tokyo, 2 July 2005.  [in Japanese]

(130)   T. Nakamura, J. Endô, On the Medicinal Chest of Shingû Ryôtei. Symposium II (Inventions in the Edo Period - Expansion and Bordercrossing), 106th General Meeting of the Japan Society for Medical History.  [in Japanese]
 ||  Journal of the Japan Society for Medical History, Vol. 51, No. 2, pp. 164-165.

(129)   J. Endô, T. Nakamura, On the Medicinal Chest of the Hôjo Familiy in Sado. Symposium II (Inventions in the Edo Period - Expansion and Bordercrossing), 106th General Meeting of the Japan Society for Medical History.  [in Japanese]
(Journal of the Japan Society for Medical History, Vol. 51, No. 2, pp. 164-165). ( pdf )

(128)   W. Michel, T. Nakamura, J. Endô: Trading Medical Instruments in the Meiji Period - On Shirai Matsunosuke in Osaka. Symposium II (Inventions in the Edo Period - Expansion and Bordercrossing), 106th General Meeting of the Japan Society for Medical History.  [in Japanese]
(Journal of the Japan Society for Medical History, Vol. 51, No. 2, pp. 162-163). ( pdf )

(127)   Tetsuo Shiba, Wolfgang Michel: On the Author of the Sourcebook for Pompe's Seimisho and its Influence on Japanese Chemistry.  [in Japanese]
 ||  Kagakushi kenkyü Vol. 32, No.2 (2005), p. 113.

(126)   Producers and Merchants of Medical Instruments in Osaka during the Meiji-Period.  [in Japanese] Japan Society for Medical History - Kansai Branch, Spring Congress 2005, Kyoto, 12 June 2005.
 ||  Journal of the Japan Society for Medical History, Vol. 51, No. 2, pp. 162-163.

(125)   Siebold's Japan - Japan's Siebold. Public Lecture in conjunction with the Exhibition "Japan as Seen by Siebold". ACROSS FUKUOKA, 12 Feb 2005.  [in Japanese]

(124)   On the Background of Dutch Studies in Osaka. (Symposium: Dutch Studies in Osaka (I). Japan Society for Medical History - Kansai Branch, Osaka, 19 Dec 2004.
 ||  Itan, Vol. 82, 2005, pp. 50-51

(123)   On the Development of Dutch Studies. Japan Society for Medical History - Kansai Branch, Osaka, 19 Dec 2004.  [in Japanese]

(122)   Western Medicine in 16th and 17th-Century Japan. International Symposium 2004, Center of Korean Studies, Kyushu University, 14 Dec 2004.

(121)   Exoticism and Political Strategy - Rarities in 17th Century VOC-Sources. Society for the History of Western Studies in Japan, Annual Congress 2004, Tôkyô, 12 Dec 2004.  [in Japanese]

(120)   The Lure of Things - On the Specimen of the Ichioka-Family in Iida (Shinshû). Symposium by the History of Science Society in Japan (Biology Section): New Frontiers in the History of Medicine and Biological Sciences, Tokyo University, 5 Dec. 2004.  [in Japanese]

(119)   Jurian Schedel's Manuscript on Castle Attacks and its Historical Background. Symposium "On the Development of Dutch Studies", Takeo City, 23 Oct. 2004.  [in Japanese]

(118)   J. Ôshiro, T. Nakamura, J. Endô, On the Imports of Drugs during the Edo Period and the Uprise of Japanese Production. Japanese Society for the History of Pharmacy, Annual Congress 2004, Tokyo, 16 Oct 2004.  [in Japanese]

(117)   W. Michel, T. Nakamura, J. Endô: Andreas Cleyer's Studies on Japanese Drugs and Herbs. Japanese Society for the History of Pharmacy, Annual Congress, Tokyo, 16 Oct 2004.  [in Japanese]

(116)   The Ichioka Collection seen from European Curiosity Cabinets. Symposium: Curiosity in the Edo period - The Ichioka Family. Iida City Museum of Arts, 10 Oct 2004.  [in Japanese]

(115)   "Edo no Monozukuri" - An Interim Report. International ENJAC Conference, Prague, 9 Sept 2004. (Proceedings on CD, ENJAC: EUROPEAN NETWORK OF JAPANESE ART COLLECTIONS)

(114)   T. Nakamura, J. Endô, On Pharmaceutical Chest from the Edo and Early Meiji Era. Japan Society for Medical History, Monthly Meeting, Tokyo, 25 June 2004.  [in Japanese]

(113)   Mukai Genshô and Western Medicine. Japan Society for Medical History - Kansai Branch, Spring Congress, Kyoto, 6 June 2004.  [in Japanese]

(112)   Far Eastern Medicine in 16th and Early 17th Century Germany. International Symposium on the Interaction between Science, History and Culture in Germany. Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing, 18 May 2004.

(111)   S. Gotô, T. Nakamura, J. Endô, Notes on Sacks of "Jin-Seki" kept by the Naito Museum of Pharmaceutical Science and Industry. 105th General Meeting of the Japan Society for Medical History, Yokohama, 16 May 2004.  [in Japanese]
 ||  Journal of the Japan Society for Medical History, Vol. 50, No. 1, pp. 130-131).

(110)   Teruko Nakamura, Jirô Endô, Wolfgang Michel: Naitô On the Drug Chest of Asada Shûhaku kept by the Naito Museum of Pharmaceutical Science and Industry. The 105th General Meeting of the Japan Society for Medical History, Yokohama, 16 May 2004.  [in Japanese]
Short paper: Journal of the Japan Society for Medical History, Vol. 50, No. 1, pp. 50-51).

(109)   Problems and Results of Kaempfer-Research during the 1990s. Society for the History of Western Studies in Japan. Tôkyô, Juntendo University, 9 May 2004.  [in Japanese]

(108)   Eastern Medicine in 17th Century Europe. Japanese Society for Medical History - Fukuoka Section, Annual Meeting, Fukuoka, 17 April 2004.  [in Japanese]

(107)   Exoticism and Science - Sketches of Euro-Japanese Intercourse during the Edo-Era. Public Lecture in conjunction with the Exhibition "Great Edo Expo". Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art, 11 Jan 2004.  [in Japanese]
 ||  Resources / Newspaperarticle  ||  Outline

(106)   Engelbert Kaempfer and his Studies on Japan.
Society for the History of Western Studies in Japan, Tôkyô, Juntendo University, 14 Dec 2003.  [in Japanese]
 ||  Outline

(105)   T. Nakamura, J. Endô, Revision of the Scroll "Pictoral Mirror of Dutch Plants" kept by the Siebold-Museum (Nagasaki) . Japanese Society for the History of Pharmacology, Annual Congress 2003, Tôkyô, 15 Nov 2003.  [in Japanese]
 ||  Outline  ||  pdf

(104)   J. Endô, T. Nakamura, Japanese Medicaments (1): Shôni gokanyaku. Japanese Society for the History of Pharmacology, Annual Congress 2003, Tôkyô, 15 Nov 2003.  [in Japanese]
 ||  Outline  ||  pdf

(103)   W. Michel, J. Endô, T. Nakamura: On the Import and Investigation of Herbs in the Dutch-Japanese Intercourse during the 1660s and 1670s. Japanese Society for the History of Pharmacology, Annual Congress 2003, Tôkyô, 15 Nov 2003.  [in Japanese]
 ||  Outline  || 

(102)   Optical Instruments (Spectacles, Telescopes, Microscopes etc.) in 17th-Century Japan. International Symposium: On the Origins of Science and Technology in Premodern Japan. Nagahama City, 8 Nov 2003. [in Japanese / English]
 ||  Poster  ||  Programm  ||  Outline [in English]  || 

(101)   Western Medicine in mid-17th Century Japan. Kyôto, Kyoto Metropolitan Medical Association, Academic Lecture Meeting, 23 Oct 2003. [in Japanese]

(100)   Gensui Murakami's Dissection of a Human Cadaver.
Symposium: Dutch Studies in Nakatsu. Society for the Study of Western Sciences In Japan, Annual Congress 2003, Nakatsu-City, 12 Oct 2003.  [in Japanese]
 ||  Outline  ||  Mayor's Letter

(099)   Dutch Studies in Nakatsu as Seen in the Murakami Archive Source Material. Nakatsu-City, Nakatsu-Symposium - Home of Dutch Studies, Nakatsu Cultural Center, 11 Oct 2003.  [in Japanese]

(098)   On the Introduction of Western Medicine and Pharmaceutics in 17th Century Japan as seen in Dutch and Japanese Sources (Poster Presentation).@6th International Congress on the History of Pharmacy, 24th -27th September 2003, Sinaia, Romania
 ||  Abstract (pdf)  || 

(097)   J. Endo, T. Nakamura, On the Medical Chest kept by the Murakami Archive in Nakatsu. 50th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Pharmacognosy, Tôkyô, 12 Sept 2002.  [in Japanese]

(096)   W. Michel, J. Endô, T. Nakamura: On the Import and Investigation of Herbs in the Dutch-Japanese Intercourse during the 1660s and 1670s.  [in Japanese]
Japanese Society for the History of Pharmacology, Annual Congress 2003, Tôkyô, 15 Nov 2003.
   ||  Outline  ||  Short paper:Japanese Journal for the History of Pharmacy, Vol 38, No2, p. 222.    ||  pdf

(095)   T. Nakamura, J. Endo, On the Mirror of Dutch Plants kept by the Siebold Museum. 50th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Pharmacognosy, Tôkyô, 12 Sept 2002.  [in Japanese]
   ||  Short paper: Japanese Journal for the History of Pharmacy, Vol 38, No2, p. 221.  ||  pdf

(094)   J. Endô, T. Nakamura, K. Tamura, Japanese Medicaments (1) Shôni gokanyaku. Japanese Society for the History of Pharmacy, Annual Congress 2002, Tôkyô, 12 Sept 2002.  [in Japanese]
Short paper: Japanese Journal for the History of Pharmacy, Vol 38, No2, p. 220.
 ||  pdf  || 

(093)   J. Endô, T. Nakamura, About "One-Character-Names" in Traditional Natural Medicine.  [in Japanese]
50th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Pharmacognosy, Tôkyô, 12 Sept 2002.

(092)   Engelbert Kaempfer and the Image of Japan in 18th Century Europe. Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies, Public Lecture, 17 July 2003.  [in Japanese]

(091)   On the Collections of Valuable Books and the Image Database in the Kyushu University Medical Library. Society for the History of Western Studies in Japan, Tôkyô, Juntendo University, 13 July 2003. [in Japanese]
 ||  Yogakushi Tsûshin, No. 20, p. 16-17.

(090)   Medicine at Dejima during the 17th Century. Nagasaki University, Medical Faculty, Special Lecture, 17 June 2003.  [in Japanese]

(089)   On the Distillation of Medical Oil at Dejima in the 1670s. Japan Society for Medical History - Kansai Branch, Spring Congress 2003, Kyoto, 1 June 2003.  [in Japanese]

(088)   Dutch Studies in Kyushu - Nearness and Farness. The 104th General Meeting of the Japan Society for Medical History, Symposium II, Fukuoka, 13 April 2003.  [in Japanese]
 ||  Journal of the Japan Society for Medical History, Vol. 49, No. 1, pp. 34-35.

(087)   Godefried Haeck and the Study of Herbs in 17th Century Dutch-Japanese Intercourse. The 104th General Meeting of the Japan Society for Medical History, Symposium I, Fukuoka, 12 April 2003.  [in Japanese]
 ||  Journal of the Japan Society for Medical History, Vol. 49, No. 1, pp. 28-29)

(086)   Miyoko Tsukisawa, Shizu Sakai, Wolfgang Michel: On the "Kunstlijk" in the Medical Faculty of Kyushu University. The 104th General Meeting of the Japan Society for Medical History, Fukuoka, 12 April 2003.  [in Japanese]
 ||  Journal of the Japan Society for Medical History, Vol.49, No.1, pp. 16-17)

(085)   T. Nakamura, J. Endô, On Pharmaceutical Imports in the Edo Era and Efforts of National Production. Japan Society of Pharmaceutics, 123th Annual Congress, Fukoka/Nagasaki, 28 March 2003.  [in Japanese]

(084)   T. Nakamura, J. Endo, On Pharmaceutical Oils in the Edo Era. Japan Society of Pharmaceutics, 123th Annual Congress, Fukoka/Nagasaki, 28 March 2003.  [in Japanese]

(083)   Botany in the Dutch-Japanese Intercourse during the Second Half of the 17th Century. 17th Kaempfer-Birnie Festival, Hakone, 23 Nov 2002.  [in Japanese]

(082)   On the "kunstlijk" Kept by the Department of Anatomy, Medical Faculty, Kyushu University. Japan Society for Medical History - Fukuoka Branch, 11th Meeting, 26 Oct 2002, Fukuoka.  [in Japanese]

(081)   The Distillation of Pharmaceutical Oil at the Dutch Trading Post Dejima in 1672. Japanese Society of the History of Pharmaceutics, Annual Congress 2002, Toyama 12 Oct 2002.  [in Japanese]

(080)   Zurück zu den Quellen - Bericht über das Sonderforschungsprojekt "Edo no monozukuri". 12. Deutschsprachiger Japanologentag. Bonn (Germany), 30 Sept - 3 Oct 2002.

(079)   On the Scroll "Oranda zôka kyôzu" and its Historical Background. Japan Society for Medical History, 103rd Annual Congress, Niigata 30 Sep 2001. Journal of the Japan Society for Medical History, Vol. 48 (2002), No. 3, pp. 470-471. [in Japanese]

(078)   Western Medicine and Pharmaceutics in 17th Century Japan. Tenth International Conference on the History of Science in East Asia. Shanghai, 20-24.Aug 2002.

(077)   Japan im Lichte des Werks von Engelbert Kaempfer.
Kunsthalle Bielefeld (Germany), 27 March 2002.

(076)   On the Dutch Certificate for Ôtaguro Gentan and its Historical Background. Society for the History of Western Studies in Japan, Annual Congress 2001, Kyôto, 9 Dec 2001.  [in Japanese]

(075)   Kaempfers Japan und Dohms Kaempfer. Engelbert Kaempfer Gesellschaft, Lemgo, 22 Nov 2001.

(074)   Engelbert Kaempfer in Japan. Symposium: Anfänge der deutschen Asienforschung: Engelbert Kaempfer und seine Zeit. Asienzentrum Bonn (Germany), 16 Nov 2001.

(073)   Body landscapes - From Swellings to Dissections. Archive of Western Studies, Tsuyama, 11 Nov 2001.  [in Japanese]

(072)   A Newly Found Translation Draft of Engelbert Kaempfer's "Moxa Mirror". Japan Society for Medical History, 102th Annual Congress, Sendai 30 Sept 2001.  [in Japanese]

(071)   Ten Observations on Japan (1669). Aoyama University, Tôkyô, 7 Apr 2001.  [in Japanese]

(070)   Kaempfer's Significance Today. "Towards a World of Tolerance and Peace" - Symposium in Commemoration of 400 Years of Dutch-Japanese Intercourse. Sasebo, 3 Dec 2000.  [in Japanese]
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(069)   Medical Treatment and Pharmaceutics in 16-17th Century Euro-Japanese Intercourse. Japanese Society For History of Pharmacology, Shûki taikai, Ôsaka, 25 Nov 2000.  [in Japanese]

(068)   Aufbruch in "innere Landschaften" - Japans Rezeption westlicher Körperkonzepte. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Natur- und Völkerkunde Ostasiens - OAG, Tôkyô, 12 Jan. 2000.

(067)   The Reception of Western Medicine and Pharmaceutics in Seventeenth Century Japan. Symposium on Four Hundred Years History of Dutch-Japanese Relations. International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Kyôto, 19-21 Nov 1999.  [in Japanese]

(066)   Caspar Schamberger in Germany. Society for the History of Western Learning, Tôkyô, Aoyama University, 6 Nov 1999.  [in Japanese]

(065)   Foreigners in Germany. Fukuoka Minami Rotary Club, Fukuoka, 4 Nov 1999.  [in Japanese]

(064)   Prostratio und Pickelheringsreigen - Engelbert Kaempfers Erlebnisse im Schloss zu Edo und deren Hintergrund. Asiatische Germanistentagung: Schwellenüberschreitungen. Fukuoka 24 Aug 1999.

(063)   On the Background of the 'Compass of Dutch Surgery' (1696). Japan Society for Medical History, 100th Annual Congress, Tôkyô 15 May 1999.  [in Japanese]

(062)   Inner Landscapes - Japan's Reception of Western Conceptions of the Body. Symposium "Medicine in Japan and Germany" organised by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science and Deutsche Gesellschaft der JSPS-Stipendiaten e.V. April 30 and May 1, 1999. Göttingen, Germany.
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(061)   On 17th Century "Red-Head-Style Medicine". Society for the History of Western Studies in Japan, Annual Congress 1998, Kyôto, 12 Dec 1998.  [in Japanese]  ||  Outline

(060)   From Plasters to Human Dissections - On the Role of the Koga-Family in the History of Rangaku. History Museum Koga, Koga City (Pref. Ibaragi), 15 Nov 1998.  [in Japanese]

(059)   Bodies in Old Medical Books. Japan Society for Medical History - Fukuoka Branch, Annual Meeting, Fukuoka, 31 Oct 1998.  [in Japanese]
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(058)   Power Sharing Societies. Symposium: Bunken-gata shakai wo mezasu shimin no kai, Fukuoka-shi Shimin Fukushi Plaza, 11 Oct 1998.  [in Japanese]

(057)   Japan in Caspar Schmalkalden's Traveldiary. Society for the History of Western Learning, Tôkyô, 22 March 1998.  [in Japanese]

(056)   Some Problems Concerning Early Red-Read-Medicine. Japan Society for Medical History - Fukuoka-Branch, Annual Meeting, Fukuoka 26 April 1998.  [in Japanese]

(055)   Caspar Schamberger (1623-1706) - Wirken und Wirkung in Ost und West. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Natur- und Völkerkunde Ostasiens - OAG, Tôkyô, 30 Sept 1998.

(054)   Engelbert Kaempfer und Imamura Gen'emon - Versuch einer Bestimmung. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Natur- und Völkerkunde Ostasiens - OAG, Kobe, 15 Sept1998.

(053)   The Human Body in Old Eastern and Western Medical Books.
Public Memorial Lecture, Kyushu University Libraries, Fukuoka, 11 May 1998.  [in Japanese]
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(052)   "Annäherungen". Festvortrag zum 125jährigen Jubliläum der "Deutschen Gesellschaft für Natur- und Völkerkunde Ostasiens (OAG)", Tôkyô, 6 June 1998.
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(051)   Germans in 17th Century Japan. Tôhoku University, Sendai, 21 Jan1998.  [in Japanese]

(050)   Food in 17th Century Dutch-Japanese Intercourse. Society for the History of Western Learning, Tôkyô, 17 Jan 1998.  [in Japanese]

(049)   Historical Changes in the Western View of Japan. Aoyama Gakuin University, Tôkyô, 12 Dec 1997.  [in Japanese]

(048)   Intercultural Encounter - On the 'Audiences' of Shôgun Tsunayoshi. Society for the History of Western Studies in Japan, Annual Congress 1997, Tôkyô, 7 Dec 1997.  [in Japanese]

(047)   Historical Aspects of the Image of Japan in Europe. Joint Public Course of 15 Universities in Fukuoka Prefecture, Fukuoka, 29 Nov 1997. @ [in Japanese]

(046)   Some problems of Shôgun Tsunayoshi and his Interactions with Westerners. Society for the History of Western Learning, Tôkyô, 8 Nov 1997.  [in Japanese]

(045)   The Internet in German School Education. Kyushu University Public Lectures, Fukuoka, 13 Sept 1997.  [in Japanese]

(044)   Internet im Unterricht - Unterricht im Internet - Probleme und Lösungsmöglichkeiten beim Einsatz des Internets im Sprach- und Landeskunde-Unterricht. Japanese Society for German Studies - West-Japan Chapter, Language Education Section, 3rd Annual Congress, Fukuoka, 6 July 1997.

(043)   The Japanese Language in Engelbert Kaempfer's View. Society for the History of Western Learning, Tôkyô, 8 April 1997.

(042)   Caspar Schamberger's Journey to Japan (1649-1651). Kulturzentrum PFL, Oldenburg (Germany), 14 March 1997.

(041)   Auf den Spuren deutscher Japanreisender - Das abenteuerliche Leben des Caspar Schamberger. Volkshochschule Bielefeld (Germany), 13 March 1997.  ||   (Newspaper Article)  ||  

(040)   Education in Postwar Germany and Japan. Kokusai rikai kyôiku wo suishin suru gakkô-keiei kôza, Fukuoka-ken Kyôiku Sentaa, 18 Dec 1996.  [in Japanese]

(039)   Destillation at the Dejima Trading Post. Society for the History of Western Studies in Japan, Annual Congress 1996, Nagasaki, 8 Dec 1996.  [in Japanese]

(038)   Engelbert Kaempfer - Versuch einer Näherung. Festvortrag zum 25jährigen Jubiläum der Engelbert-Kaempfer-Gesellschaft, Lemgo, 6 Sept 1996.

(037)   Resource Materials in the British Library Related to Engelbert Kaempfer. Society for the History of Western Learning, Tôkyô, June 1996.  [in Japanese]

(036)   On the Trading Post Surgeon Hans Jurian Hancke and his Stay in Japan, 1654 - 57. Society for the History of Western Studies in Japan, Annual Congress 1995, Tôkyô, Dec 1995.  [in Japanese]

(035)   Amoenitates Exoticae - On Engelbert Kaempfer's Image of Japan. 10th Birnie and Kaempfer Festival, Hakone, 23 Nov 1995.  [in Japanese]

(034)   Mukai Genshô and his Manuscript 'Secrets of Red-Hair Surgery'. Japan Society for Medical History, 96th Annual Congress, Nagoya, June 1995.  [in Japanese]

(033)   Deshima as a Stage of Intercultural Frictions. Society for the History of Western Learning, Tôkyô, Apr 1995.  [in Japanese]

(032)   On the Confucianist Mukai Genshô and Western Medicine. Society for the History of Western Studies in Japan, Annual Congress 1994, Sakai, 4 Dec 1994.  [in Japanese]

(031)   Dejima Trading Post Surgeon Caspar Schamberger and Caspar-Style-Surgery. Japan Society for Medical History, 91th Annual Congress, Yokohama, May 1994.  [in Japanese]

(030)   On the Birth of 'Red-Head-Style Surgery'. Society for the History of Western Learning, Tôkyô, Febr 1994.  [in Japanese]

(029)   Fragen der interkulturellen Perzeption und ihre Behandlung in Sprachlehrwerken. Goethe Institut Kyoto, Kyoto, Dec 1992.

(028)   On the Life of Dejima Trading Post Surgeon Caspar Schamberger. Society for the History of Western Learning, Tôkyô, Oct 1992.  [in Japanese]

(027)   Einfache Übungen zur Ausspracheschulung von Anfängern. Seminar für Methodik und Didaktik des Deutschunterrichtes. Saga University, Saga, July 1991.
Einfache Übungen zur Ausspracheschulung von Anfängern. Nishinihon Doitsubungaku - Germanistische Studien, No. 3, 1991, pp. 114-116. (pdf)

(026)   Engelbert Kaempfers Beschäftigung mit der japanischen Sprache. 2nd International Engelbert-Kaempfer-Symposium. Tôkyô, 17 Dec 1990.

(025)   Germany after the Unification.  [in Japanese]
West Japan Journal (Nishi nihon shinbun), Nov 1990.

(024)   Engelbert Kaempfer und die japanische Medizin. 1st International Engelbert-Kaempfer-Symposium. Lemgo, 20 Sept 1990.
 ||   Newspaper articles etc.  ||   Outline

(023)   Newly found Sources from Engelbert Kaempfer on Japanese Medicine. Japan Society for Medical History, 91th Annual Congress, Kanazawa, April 1990.
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(022)   Looking for a New Image of Men. AMIKAS Fukuoka-City Women's Center, October 1989.
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(021)   Zum Aspekt der interkulturellen Begegnung im Lehrwerk SPRACHBRÜCKE. Seminar für Methodik und Didaktik des Deutschunterrichtes. Yamaguchi University, Yamaguchi, July 1989.
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(020)   On the Deshima Trading Post Surgeon Caspar Schamberger. Japan Society for Medical History, 90th Annual Congress, Kumamoto, May 1989.
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(019)   Erkundendes Lernen im Fortgeschrittenen-Unterricht. Seminar für Methodik und Didaktik des Deutschunterrichtes. Kagoshima, July 1988.
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(018)   Zum Fortgeschrittenen-Unterricht in dishomogenen Gruppen. Seminar für Methodik und Didaktik des Deutschunterrichtes. Fukuoka, July 1986.
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(017)   On the Conditions of International Understanding. Society for Intercultural Education (Ibunka-kan kyôiku gakkai), Fukuoka, May 1985.
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(016)   Early Western Observations on Eastern Medicine and Medical Thinking during the 16th and 17th Centuries. International Conference of Orientalists in Japan. Tôkyô, May 1984.
Early Western Observations on Eastern Medicine and Medical Thinking during the 16th and 17th Centuries. TôhôGakkai (Institute of Eastern Culture): Transactions, p. 118, 1984.  ||  Outline

(015)   On the Possibilities of "Internationalization" in Japan. Sôgô chiiku seisaku konwa-kai, Fukuoka, 20 Sept1984.

(014)   Internationalization and Japanese Students. Society for Democratic Education - Kyushu Branch, Fukuoka, 29 Aug 1983.
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(013)   Acupuncture in the History of East-West Encounters. 7th Acupuncture Festival, Fukuoka, 20 June 1982.
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(012)   Tadaharu Higuchi / On the Usage of Computers in German Studies. Japanische Gesellschaft für Germanistik, Tôkyô, May 1981.
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(011)   On the Training of German Language Teachers in some Foreign Countries.
 ||  Japanische Gesellschaft für Germanistik, Fukuoka, 11 October 1979.
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(010)   Zur Entzerrung des Deutschlandbildes.
4. Ferienseminar für Germanisten und Deutschlehrer. Goethe Institut Osaka, Osaka, March 1979.
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(009)   Landeskunde - Einleitung in die Begegnung mit dem Fremden. Japanische Gesellschaft für Germanistik, Kyoto, 14 October 1978.
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(008)   Landeskunde und Deutschunterricht. Seminar für Methodik und Didaktik des Deutschunterrichtes. Kyushu University, Fukuoka, July 1978.
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(007)   Landeskunde im Rahmen des Deutschunterrichts in Japan. Japanische Gesellschaft für Germanistik, Tôkyô, 11 May 1978.
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(006)   Landeskunde in und mit Texten. 3. Ferienseminar für Germanisten und Deutschlehrer. Goethe Institut Osaka, Osaka, March 1978.
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(005)   Landeskunde. Seminar 'Landeskunde und Rezeptionsästhetik'. Tôkyô University, February 1978.
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(004)   Überlegungen zu einer Lesetechnik im Fremdsprachenunterricht. Seminar für Methodik und Didaktik des Deutschunterrichtes. Japanische Gesellschaft für Germanistik, Osaka, Nov 1977.

(003)   Deutschunterricht und Übersetzung. Seminar für Methodik und Didaktik des Deutschunterrichtes. Seminar für Methodik und Didaktik des Deutschunterrichtes. Kyushu University, Fukuoka, 26 June 1977.
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(002)   Einige propädeutische Versuche zur Entwicklung der Lesetechnik bei japanischen Deutschlernenden. Seminar für Methodik und Didaktik des Deutschunterrichtes. Kyushu University, Fukuoka, 25 June 1977.
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(001)   Bedeutung und Äquivalenz im Übersetzungsprozess. 2. Ferienseminar für Germanisten und Deutschlehrer. Goethe Institut Osaka, March 1977.
 ||  Outline  ||  Conference Paper: Goethe Institut Osaka (ed), PROTOKOLL, No. 2, Osaka 1977, pp. 37-44. (pdf )  || 

 

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