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重構秦漢醫學圖像





系列名:醫學史通識叢書





作 者:廖育群





出版社:上海交通大學出版社





出版日:2012/07/01





 





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廖育群所著的《重構秦漢醫學圖像》一方麵包括深入醫學知識史內部的專題研究;另一方面則是在此基礎上,重構了一個整體圖像。各個專題研究說了些什麼,需要讀者耐下心來閱讀本書的下半部分專題篇。本書適於醫學史研究者以及對中醫文化和中國傳統文化感興趣的讀者閱讀。

































內容簡介:





秦漢醫學在中國傳統醫學發展過程中有極其重要的地位。自1973年湖南馬王堆出土大量漢代醫學著作以來。一系列重要的考古發現,使得重構秦漢醫學史成為可能。但由於學者不自覺的遵古心態以及戴著科學的有色眼鏡,有關這一時期的醫學史的研究並未出現重構跡象。廖育群所著的《重構秦漢醫學圖像》通過對今本《黃帝內經》等中國傳統醫學經典以及馬王堆出土醫學著作的研究,重新刻畫了秦漢醫學史的概貌,指出東漢時期醫學在理論方面的很多發展變化——更接近於我們今天所知道的中醫。同時也指出:要想真正全面地重構秦漢醫學史,還有很多問題需要解決。

《重構秦漢醫學圖像》適於醫學史研究者以及對中醫文化和中國傳統文化感興趣的讀者閱讀。













作者簡介:





廖育群1953年生,B型血、處女座,祖籍湖北興山。從小喜歡養魚種花,最討厭的課就是歷史!文革時期做工務農,恢復高考時就讀於北京第二醫學院中醫系,畢業後入中科院自然科學史所,純屬意外步入科學史研究。從未受過任何史學訓練,也不尊奉權威之言、書本之訓,隨心所欲寫文章,同道謂之另類1996年晉升研究員,主要從事醫學史研究,著有《岐黃醫道》、《醫者意也》、《阿輸吠陀一一印度傳統醫學》、《遠眺皇漢醫學》​​等。所論多出炒菜做飯時,或躺在地板上想想某事的來龍去脈應該如何——沒有最基本科學知識的古人會怎樣思考問題、認識自然、構建理論?有所頓悟後再去查閱文獻、理解文字的本意。後因兼任行政職務,視角始從知識內史轉向關注社會。













目錄:





上篇——總論

第一章近乎空白:難於想像的漢代醫學荒蕪之像


一秦漢醫學的一般圖像


二人為營造的超前發展


第二章秦多良醫、漢承秦制:漢代醫學的繼承問題


一秦國簡史


二秦國文化


三秦國醫學


第三章東西有別:對於六國醫學知識的繼承問題


一東方文化


二東方之醫


三南方文化


四南方之醫


第四章創新發展:兩漢不同時期的各種表現形式


一西漢之初的空白時期


二王國之盛,家學分散成長


三知識匯集,統一異說


四東漢之驕,不待雙子


第五章先秦、兩漢醫學發展的動力分析


一先秦時期的動力缺如


二漢代的情況


第六章外來文化的影響


一雙馬神的足跡


二西王母的形象之變


三婆羅門教、佛教人秦


四蛛絲馬跡,欲說還休


第七章從專題研究到整體圖像的構建


一重構的核心:今本《黃帝內經》的成書時代


二超越故事”——扁鵲學術鉤沉


三至關重要的新史料——馬王堆醫書


四貫穿兩漢,始知東漢之重


五理論研究


六運氣學說


七養生之道


第八章討論


一走下神壇的《黃帝內經》


二心理需求的學術偶像


三秦漢醫學史的主流與傳統


四醫學理論中的無解之謎


下篇——專題


第九章今本《黃帝內經》研究


一《黃帝內經》與今本《黃帝內經》


二問答關係與內容的分析


三《素問》、《靈樞》內容的古近之分


四今本《黃帝內經》的成書時代


第十章扁鵲脈學研究


扁鵲脈法之考證


二扁鵲脈學的內容分析


三五色診病與決死生


四經脈學說的形成


第十一章《難經》醫學理論的時代特徵


一作者與時代考證


二醫學理論的變化


三後世羼入文字的時代特徵


第十二章本草之學成立的前與後


一本草之名的出現


二早期的本草著作


三《吳普本草》與八家之說


四《神農本草經》


五陶弘景的本草著作


第十三章傷寒舊論與溫病新學


一傷寒與溫病之名義源流


二張仲景與《傷寒雜病論》


三溫病學派


四傷寒與溫病之歷史條件的異同


第十四章基礎理論的建立與形態認知(解剖)的關係


一關於膽的功能與奇恆之腑


三焦與解剖學的關係


三代謝理論


的概念



第十五章關於循環與呼吸的生理


一問題的提出


二中國古代醫學不知心臟跳動


三以胃為中心的循環體系


四動脈一脈動


五對於呼吸的認識


六討論


第十六章陰陽學說


一陰陽家及其學說旨要


二醫學中陰陽循環、對立的不同表現


三醫學中的特例:三陰三陽


四醫學與易學


第十七章脈診方法的發展與演變


一脈症法


二古脈法


三脈像法


第十八章秦漢之際針灸療法理論的建立


一針灸療法的早期狀況


二理論化進程及其評價


三腧穴的發展


第十九章運氣學說


一運氣學說的基本內容


二運氣學說的形成與演變


三科學與玄學——兩種錯誤的解釋


第二十章《陰陽十一脈灸經》研究


一命名與治則


是動所產病的意義


三經脈數目與數術觀念


四經絡學說體系的特殊性


第二十一章新出土文獻研究之二:咒禁療法


一禁療法在醫學中的地位


二咒禁療法的作用力與轉移方式


三咒禁療法與宗教


第二十二章《五十二病方》與早期的內服藥劑型


一何謂湯液


湯液的藥用原理


湯液的製作方法


四內服藥劑型的演變


第二十三章道家思想與養生學的關係


一道家生命觀


二道家本旨與養生


養形之術



四道家學術思想的演變


五道家社會地位演變的影響


六養生與醫學


房中之術



結語回報良師機遇


引用文獻





 





 





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As a member of the Editorial Board, I'm happy to
announce the CFP:




Call For Papers

TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly 1:2

Decolonizing the Transgender Imaginary



What would it mean to “decolonize the transgender
imaginary?”




Popular narratives about transgender communities,
identities, and practices outside North America and Europe often imagine
non-Western locales as either idyllic havens of traditional acceptance towards
gender diversity, or else as backward places in which trans people, like gays
and lesbians (both Euro-American constructs) are universally shunned and hated.
In both schemes, the non-West forms a premodern backdrop for the civilizing,
tolerant liberalism of a homonationalist or trans-normative modernity. All the
while, trans people and nonbinary gender systems find ways to survive, live and
thrive. In these existences, we find important challenges and negotiations to
localized discourses of modernity. A transnational transgender rights movement,
at times sited in the global south, has taken shape over the last decade,
enabled by new media technologies that are as symbolic of late capitalist
industrial modernity as are the body technologies of changing sex. Together,
these contradictory flows form a transnational transgender imaginary. Who are
the players in this transnational transgender imaginary? What is at stake in
such representational struggles? How does imagining globally networked
communities of trans people interact with already-existing global flows: post-
and neo-colonialism; global capital; immigration; diaspora; refuge and asylum
seeking; global labor flows such as sex work or care work, and leisure travel?




Trans and queer of color scholarship has already begun
to critique the homonationalism within emergent forms of “trans-normative”
citizenship in many locations. And yet the very terms “trans of color” and
“queer of color” signify, for some, a concern with the racial economies of the U.S. How do
these optics and critiques work in a transnational context? How might such
critique inform international NGO funding or human rights activism? How do
“trans of color” and “queer of color” signify differently in different
continents, regions, and locales? How are issues of linguistic diversity and
translation to be addressed from a decolonizing perspective?




Multiple perspectives within and without queer studies
about the “queer globe” have addressed similar questions for some time.
Transnational queer scholarship comments on, and often participates in, a transnational
LGBT justice movement. Much of the existing scholarship on transnational
gender-variant social practices has appeared in the context of queer
anthropology. While this cross-cultural work has made critical contributions to
theories of how sexual and gender non-normativities emerge in relation to
local, regional, and global flows, it also often assumes “homosexuality” as the
default category of analysis within which gender-variance is subsumed. This
raises important questions about the epistemological investments that
contemporary Anglophone queer and transgender studies have in the categorical
(dis)articulations of gender, identity, and sexuality.




We seek to call attention to the assumptions operating
in much of this cross-cultural work that both biological sex and the categories
“man” and “woman” are stable and self-evident across time, space, and culture,
resulting in homosexuality being privileged as the essential framework in which
to categorize sex and gender. These conceptual operations impose an Anglophone,
modern, and western interpretive schema on historically colonized parts of the
world. How might a transgender focus alter, sharpen, critique or inform such
scholarship? Conversely, when scholars, activists, and funding bodies use the
term “transgender” as an umbrella for local or regional categories indexing sex
and gender diversity, we risk making a similar imperialist move. How might
emphasizing a transgender studies perspective do more than simply offer “trans”
as a better alternative to “homo,” and instead find new ways to encounter the
global diversity of embodied subjectivities? How might transgender studies
contribute to the decolonization of the sex and gendered imaginaries through
which we grasp a world of difference?




Framed within the context of a transgender studies
journal based in North America , this special
issue itself is implicated in the colonialism of the North American academy.
How do we decolonize our own ways of thinking transgender? How do we decolonize
transgender studies itself?




We invite proposals for scholarly essays that address
these and similar issues. Potential topics might include transgender studies in
relation to:




• multiple, geographically disparate modernities

• trans as a site of racial, class, anticolonial
struggle


• indigenous studies and settler colonialism

• decolonizing transgender studies

• trans of color critique

• critiques of cross-cultural analysis

• whiteness

• anthropology

• transgender necropolitics

• transnationality

• the "third gender" debate

• transnational violence, transphobia, and responses to
“hate crimes”


• ethnographic methods

• global trans movements

• the uses of “transgender” in NGO’s and the academy

• trans studies from the global south

• south-south dialogues

• global trafficking and sex work

• citizenship and national belonging

• global migration

• trans inclusion within queer anthropology

• the innocence of difference and trans studies
globally


• challenges in circulation/use of transposing theories
and methodologies


• local categories and vocabularies of trans survival
and existence




To be considered for publication, please submit an
article by Feb. 1st, 2013 to tsqjournal@gmail.com. Include a brief bio, your
name, postal address, email, and any institutional affiliation. Final revisions
will be due by May 2013.





 




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Professor Janet Browne 來台系列活動


































Chair, Aramont Professor of the
History of Science, Harvard University
(哈佛大學科學史系主任)

Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences
(美國人文與科學院院士)

Corresponding Fellow, British Academy
(英國學術院通訊院士)




◎ Keynote Speech



Chair: Dr. Shang-Jen Li (Associate
Research Fellow, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica)

Speaker: Prof. Janet Browne(History of Science Department, Harvard University )

Topic: Rethinking the Darwinian Revolution: the History of Biology in
Anglo-American Culture in the 20th Century

時 間:1121日 (週三)下午2:00-3:30

地 點:本所研究大樓704會議室




 



◎ “ Studies in the History of
Biology and Medicine” Workshop



Chair: Dr. Ku-Ming (Kevin) Chang
(Associate Research Fellow, Institute
of History and Philology, Academia
Sinica)

Respondent: Prof. Janet Browne (History of Science Department, Harvard University )



1. Speaker: Dr. Heng-An Chen (Associate Prof.
and Department Chair, Department of History, National
Cheng Kung
University )Topic: "Evolution”
in Taiwanese Senior High School Biology and History
Textbooks: 1964-2008



2. Speaker: Dr. Yu-Chuan Wu (Attending
Physician, Department of Psychiatry, Cardinal Tien
Hospital )

Topic: A Disorder of Ki? Psychotherapies for Neurasthenia in Japan ,
1890-1945



3. Speaker: Dr. Sean Hsiang-Lin Lei (Associate
Research Fellow, Institute
of Modern History ,
Academia Sinica)

Topic: Qi-Transformation and the Steam Engine: The Incorporation of Western
Anatomy and ReConceptualisation of the Body in Nineteenth-Century Chinese
Medicine

時 間:1121日 (週三)下午4:00-5:30

地 點:本所研究大樓704會議室




合辦單位:國科會、史語所人類學門、「世界史研究室」「生命醫療史研究室」、「醫療的物質文化」先期計畫



 



http://www.ihp.sinica.edu.tw/





 




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International
Workshop




“National
History and Global History in the East Asian Context:




Newly
Attempts by Social History of Medicine and Inter-disciplinary Approaches”




February
24-25, 2012, Naha




 




 




Organizers




1) 
Research Grant of Prof. IIJIMA by the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific
Research by the Japan
Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), Tokyo




2)  Environmental History Group, Shanghai Jiaotong
University , Shanghai




3)  Environmental History Group, Institute
of Taiwan History, Academia
Sinica, Taipei




4) Asian Society
for Social History of Medicine (ASSHM), Tokyo




 




Program




February 24




 




13:00-13:10     Opening
Address: IIJIMA Wataru ( Aoyama Gakuin University ,
Tokyo )




 




Session
1
 (13:15-14:45)




Chair: LI
Yushang ( Shanghai Jiaotong University ,
China )




 




13:15-13:45     LIN Zhenglun (National Changhua University postdoctoral
fellow, Changhua
)




The
Infectious Diseases Prevention Law in Colonial Taiwan




13:45-14:15    Shen Jiashan ( National
Chengchi University ,
Taipei )




The study of Taiwan ’s human
vaccines system under the Japanese Administration




14:15-14:45    ODA
Toshika (Waseda University, Tokyo)




Missionary Medicine in Modern Korea :
Medicine, Religion and Spirituality in Historical Perspective”




 




14:45-15:15    Coffee
Break




 




Special
Lecture
 (15:15-16:45)




15:15-16:45




Chair: IIJIMA Wataru




Lecturer:




Prof. Christian Oberländer (Martin Luther University
of Halle - Wittenberg ,
Halle )




 “to be arranged”




 




 




February 25




Session
2
 (9:00-10:00)




Chair: LIU
Shiyung

(Academia Sinica, Taipei )




 




9:00-9:30    CHEN Tzuchun (National Changhua University postdoctoral
fellow, Changhua)




Continuing with the Past and Opening up the Future: Tseng-Wen Reservoir
and the Development of Hydraulic Engineering in Taiwan




9:30-10:00    WU Zhaozong (National Changhua
University, Changhua )




Eight Views of Taiwan
Ballot in 1927 and its Amazing Result of 360 million votes




 




10:00-10:30    Coffee
Break




 




Session
3
 (10:30-11:30)




Chair: ICHIKAWA Tomo ( Shanghai
Jiaotong University ,
Shanghai )




 




10:30-11:00    Daniel W.L.
WONG (Waseda University, Tokyo)




“Goto-Shinpei
on Religion: Self-reflections in his later years”




11:00-11:30    Motomura Ikue (Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo)




“Migrant Workers from
Okinawa to Colonial Taiwan :
The Case Study of Miyakojima”




 




11:30-13:00    Lunch
time




 




Session
4
 (13:15-14:45)




Chair: KU
Yawen (Academia Sinica, Taipei )




 




13:15-13:45    TSUCHIYA
Yuko (Chuo University, Tokyo)




“Palace Physicians during the Ming and Joseon Dynasties in
the 17th century”




13:45-14:15   GU Weifang (Shanghai
Jiaotong University, Shanghai)




The Epidemic
History of Schistosomiasis in Yujiang County , in Jiangxi
Province




14:15-14:45     CHE Qun ( Shanghai
Jiaotong University ,
Shanghai )




“Research on Schistosomiasis Epidemic and
Schistosomiasis-related Population Decrease, a Case Study of Yuanjiang (
沅江)
County, Hunan (
湖南) Province”




 




15:00-16:00     General
Discussion (Chair: ICHIKAWA
Tomo)




16:00-16:10      
Closing Address: LIU Shiyung (Academia Sinica, Taipei )




 




 




February 26




 




10:00-16:00   Excursion




Destination:




Okinawa Prefectural Archives (沖縄県公文書館)




Okinawa Prefectural Peace Memorial Museum (沖縄県平和祈念資料館)




 




 




 




Venue: Naha: 沖縄県青年会館 (http://www.okiseikan.or.jp/new/page.php?7)




Language: English




For
further details and question
,




Please contact




IIJIMA Wataru (iijimaw@gmail.com) and ICHIKAWA Tomo
(t-ichikawa@sjtu.edu.cn)




 




 




訊息:http://history.sjtu.edu.cn/show.asp?id=191




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學術演講公告




題目

Title




氣與中國傳統醫學






Speaker




王唯工

中央研究院物理研究所

國立台灣大學電機資訊學院




時間

Time & Date




1011127 () 14:00–16:00

Nov 27, 2012(Tue) 14:00–16:00








地點

Venue




國立中國醫藥研究所 645(六樓)

Room 645 ( 6F )

National Research Institute of Chinese Medicine




備註

Note




歡迎有興趣的老師、學生、研究助理前來聆聽






承辦單位

Contact




國立中國醫藥研究所

台北市立農街21551






聯絡電話Telephone




(02) 28201999 6351 (翁芸芳 研究員)





 




http://www.nricm.edu.tw/files/13-1000-4526.php




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中研院 人社中心衛生史研究計畫 專題演講




 




題目:成癮現象與成癮者--1930年代芝加哥社會學派的成癮研究



講者:陳嘉新 助理教授(陽明大學科技與社會研究所)




地點:中研院人社中心B202會議室






時間:1130()14:00




 




主辦單位:




中研院人社中心衛生史研究計畫




 




聯絡人




鄭宛鈞 02-27898124 hygiene@gate.sinica.edu.tw




 


 




http://www.rchss.sinica.edu.tw/hygiene/app/news.php?Sn=765




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「醫療、文化與社會」工作坊演講系列(五)




健美民國--氣血、腺體與荷爾蒙療法的匯通史




演講者:皮國立 老師(中原大學通識中心)

日期: 2012-11-06 星期二
1210-1400

地點:長庚大學第二醫學大樓3 醫學系會議室(系辦公室內)

報名方式: xiaoandy25@hotmail.com,分機5690 蕭仁傑助理

※ 備有中餐,敬請事先報名,方便準備資料與餐點。




 




http://med2.cgu.edu.tw/files/14-1006-20226,r34-1.php




 




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「後福島的核電政策與健康風險」國際研討會

Nuclear Policies and Health Concern in Taiwan and China after
Fukushima




會議日期:2012119()






會議地點:中央研究院 基因體研究中心 一樓演講廳






主辦單位:

中央研究院人文社會科學研究中心衛生史計畫




     法國現代中國研究中心台北分部(CEFC Taipei)




     台灣綠色公民行動聯盟






協辦單位:陽明大學科技與社會研究所





報名表
請上原網下載











注意事項:1.報名截止日期:101116 中午1200 額滿提前截止




     2.不接受現場報名




     3.因本次會議場地座位有限,故錄取人員以相關領域人士




      為優先,錄取名單將於會議前2天公告於網頁。






聯絡人




鄭宛鈞 02-27898124
hygiene@gate.sinica.edu.tw

蘇威任 02-27898134
cefc@gate.sinica.edu.tw




 




http://www.rchss.sinica.edu.tw/hygiene/app/news.php?Sn=768




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Food Safety and Biosecurity : the case of Avian Flu”–
衛生史計畫專題演講




20121026星期五,14H00,中研院人社中心




時間201210 26 (週五), 14:00 16:00




地點:中研院人社中心B202會議室 (臺北市南港區研究院路2128號)




 




主辦單位: 中研院人社中心衛生史研究計畫/法國近代中國研究中心臺北分部




 




聯絡人:鄭宛鈞 02-27898124 / hygiene@gate.si nica.edu.tw




Catégories
: 人文社會科學, 法國現代中國研究中心, 研討會




 




 




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版主:感 謝黃文儀 博士提供的會議訊息,對女性身體醫療史有興趣的可以參考。




 




 




*CFP: The History and Politics of Abortion*



An edited collection by Tracy Penny
Light and Shannon Stettner








Women's bodies have always been sites of
struggle--over meanings and for


control. The most polarizing conflicts
involve women's reproductive


autonomy. Around the world women
continue to fight for or to retain hard


won abortion rights. Women's experiences
with abortion are contested by


and between the medical establishment,
the state, churches, the media, and


activists. Further complicating these
conflicts are issues of race, class,


gender, and heteronormativity. This
collection seeks to publish works on


the history and politics of abortion
worldwide. We invite theoretical,


country-specific, and transnational
comparative pieces.






Topics may include, but are not limited
to:




-Shifting (historical/political)
meanings of abortion




-The place of women in abortion
politics/history




-Historical constructions of the fetus



-'Pro-choice' and 'pro-life' activism



-Reproductive justice movement



-The role of the state in abortion
politics




- The role of the medical profession in
abortion politics




-The influence of medical advancements
on abortion politics/history




-Abortion and sexuality





Please submit abstracts of no more than
300 words and a one-page CV to


Tracy Penny Light at abortionpolitics@gmail.com. Article abstracts due

November 30, 2012.



Tracy Penny Light is Director of Women's
Studies at the University of


Waterloo and Associate Professor in the Sexuality,
Marriage, and Family


Studies and History departments at St. Jerome 's University ( University of

Waterloo ). Her
research explores the medical discourse on gender and


sexuality in Canada
and the United States
in the twentieth century. Her


forthcoming book, _Shifting Interests:
The Medical Discourse on Abortion


in English Canada, 1850-1969_ (Wilfrid
Laurier University Press) explores the


ways that the medical profession has
understood abortion practices in the


past. She has published articles on
masculinity and the feminine ideal in


Canada and the United States as well as on
developing historical thinking


in students. She is also co-editing two
forthcoming books: _Bodily


Subjects: Essays on Gender and Health,
1800-2000_ (with Wendy Mitchinson


and Barbara Brookes) and a book on
feminist pedagogy in higher education


(with Jane Nicholas and Renee Bondy).







Shannon Stettner recently defended her dissertation,
*Women and Abortion in


English Canada: Public Debates and
Political Participation, 1959-1970*, at


York University and is under contract to revise the
manuscript for


publication* *(Wilfrid Laurier
University Press). The book explores women?s


contributions to the abortion law reform
debate of the decade. She has


published in the *Canadian Bulletin of
Medical History* and is currently


editing a volume of abortion narratives
and think pieces entitled *Voices


on Choice(s): Reflections on Abortion in
Canada *.




Tracy Penny
Light


University of Waterloo




 




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版主:與性別、醫療和科技史有關之訊息。





 








中研院民族所「醫療人類學研究群」演講活動





 





題目:「潘光旦與近代中國優生學」





講者:鐘月 岑 教授(清華大學歷史學研究所)





地點:中研院民族所2319會議室





時間:112()14:30





主辦單位:中研院民族所「醫療人類學研究群」





聯絡人:洪啟明
02-26523474
qiming1234@gate.sinica.edu.tw





以下是鐘教授提供的演講簡介,請大家參考:





梁啟超的學生潘光旦(1899-1967)就優生學這一主題發表大量文章而被視為具代表性的優生學家。由於他在1913年的一次運動傷害中因缺乏適當的醫療照護而失去一條腿,之後又於1922年留學美國,刻骨銘心地經歷了種族階序(racial hierarchy)與身體殘疾(disability)的雙重敏感的文化體驗而成為他研究優生學的動力。他在達特茅斯學院(Dartmouth College)取得動物學與遺傳學的學士學位,之後在哥倫比亞大學跟隨Charles Davenport攻讀碩士,他也在紐約長島上的優生學檔案局(Eugenics
Record Office)
以及Davenport設在冷泉港的實驗基地實習過幾個暑假。他在1924年成立優生學會,但是參與的會員很少,不久就不了了之。1926年他回到中國推行他的優生學理念和社會運動。根據我幾年前訪談潘光旦的女兒潘乃穆的說法,潘光旦在留美期間成為基督徒,並且獲得YMCA基督教青年協會的資助成立學會,這個支持維繫到他1931年到1932年設立的《優生》《優生月刊》,隨著期刊的夭折,他也就與基督教漸行漸遠。之後1932年四月他隨即又創設另外一個優生期刊名曰《華年》,是「促華族達成年」的簡稱。據潘乃穆回憶,這些期刊的稿件和出版基本上是靠著潘光旦的獨立作業和師友同事學生的支持,素有名望的社會學家陳達、吳澤霖和費孝通即是。潘也是當時雜誌期,如《學燈》、《時事新報》、《觀察》、《科學》的編輯或撰稿者,這是他的文集《潘光旦文集》約有六百萬字之多的原因。





呂文浩,2012,《五四啟蒙思想的延續與反思:潘光旦社會思想研究》,臺北市 : 秀威資訊科技。





呂文浩,2009,《中國現代思想史上的潘光旦》,福州 : 福建教育出版社。





Chung, Yuehtsen
Juliette. 2002. Struggle for National Survival: Eugenics in Sino-Japanese
Contexts, 1896-1945. London :
Routledge.





 





 





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版主:我覺得台灣也應該來辦類似這種全國性的史學論文評選,對後進者絕對是一種鼓勵。我知道現在有類似的,但僅止於學會和區域舉辦的發表會,但有時論題範圍各玩各的,大家各有山頭,不過提供研究生跨過畢業門檻的一種工具而已,缺少一種整體性的發展視角,以致「台灣史界」的成果沒有辦法團結,形成更好的影響力(台灣的史學發展特色在哪裡?)以致於歷史學的影響力無法有一種整體力量的展現,推出好的成果,讓其他領域的人知道。另外,國家不重視歷史學,當然也是重要的原因,但我也想不出什麼辦法來改變。也許我是過度理想化了吧,供博友參考。




 




 




1999-2012(大陸)全國優秀博士學位論文名單(歷史學)


 


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版主:感謝吳一立教授提供書訊





 





新書預告Chinese Medicine and Healing: An Illustrated History [Hardcover]





 





Hardcover: 480 pages





Publisher: Belknap Press of Harvard
University Press (January
7, 2013)





 





編輯與作者群





TJ Hinrichs
(Editor),
Linda L. Barnes
(Editor)





Constance A. Cook
(Contributor),
Wen Xing
(Contributor),
Vivienne Lo
(Contributor),
Lisa Raphals
(Contributor),
Ge Hong
(Contributor),
Fan Ka-wai
(Contributor),
Fu-shih Lin
(Contributor),
Jessey J.C. Choo
(Contributor),
Sabine Wilms
(Contributor),
Jen-der Lee
(Contributor),
Gil Raz
(Contributor),
Donald Harper
(Contributor),
Victor Xiong
(Contributor),
Paul R. Katz
(Contributor),
Catherine Despeux
(Contributor),
Andrew Edmund
Goble
(Contributor), Angela Ki-che
Leung
(Contributor), Paul D. Buell
(Contributor),
Michele Thompson
(Contributor),
Soyoung Suh
(Contributor)





 





Book Description





January 7, 2013





Chinese Medicine and Healing is a comprehensive introduction to a
rich array of Chinese healing practices as they have developed through time and
across cultures. Contributions from fifty-eight leading international scholars
in such fields as Chinese archaeology, history, anthropology, religion, and
medicine make this a collaborative work of uncommon intellectual synergy, and a
vital new resource for anyone working in East Asian or world history, in
medical history and anthropology, and in biomedicine and complementary healing
arts.





This illustrated history explores the emergence and development of
a wide range of health interventions, including propitiation of
disease-inflicting spirits, divination, vitality-cultivating meditative
disciplines, herbal remedies, pulse diagnosis, and acupuncture. The authors
investigate processes that contribute to historical change, such as competition
between different types of practitioner—shamans, Daoist priests, Buddhist
monks, scholar physicians, and even government officials. Accompanying
vignettes and illustrations bring to life such diverse arenas of health care as
childbirth in the Tang period, Yuan state-established medical schools,
fertility control in the Qing, and the search for sexual potency in the
People’s Republic.





The two final chapters illustrate Chinese healing modalities
across the globe and address the challenges they have posed as alternatives to
biomedical standards of training and licensure. The discussion includes such
far-reaching examples as Chinese treatments for diphtheria in colonial Australia and malaria in Africa, the invention
of ear acupuncture by the French and its worldwide dissemination, and the
varying applications of acupuncture from Germany
to Argentina and Iraq .





Editorial Reviews





Review





Hinrichs and Barnes have produced a large, ambitious, blockbusting
volume that provides both encyclopedic range and contextual historical detail.
The book is a great reference for a wide range of readers, including students,
scholars, clinicians, and anyone seeking to better understand a medicine that
is uniquely embedded in a civilization's specific cultural history.

--Charlotte Furth, Professor Emerita of Chinese History, University of Southern California



Very impressive! An extraordinarily broad and rich compendium, Hinrichs and
Barnes have orchestrated a vast collection of history and anthropological
observations of professional and popular practice which will be useful for the
expert and the general reader.

--Arthur Kleinman, Harvard
University





About the Author





TJ Hinrichs is Associate Professor of History at Cornell University .



Linda L. Barnes is Director of the Masters Program in Medical Anthropology and
Cross-Cultural Practice, Division of Graduate Medical Sciences at Boston
University School of Medicine. She holds a joint appointment as Professor in
the Department of Family Medicine at BUSM, and in the Division of Religious and
Theological Studies at Boston
University .



Andrew Edmund Goble is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Oregon .





 





 





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版主:最近真是疏於更新,實在太累了,開始教書後,悠閒上網瀏覽的時間變少了。




 




 










胡故院長適之先生逝世五十週年紀念活動,於2012年10月27日院區開放日舉辦演講活動





《胡適與演化論:顛覆中國世界觀的科學理論》







 




演講內容



時間:10/27(六)10:00~11:00

地點:近史所檔案館中型會議室


講題:胡適與演化論

   -顛覆中國世界觀的科學理論

主講人:王道還先生(中研院史語所)

主持暨與談人:雷祥麟先生(胡適紀念館主任)




線上報名活動辦法:

1.
本次講座提供線上預約報名70名。

2.
凡採線上預約報名者當日至演講現場簽名後,即致贈 胡適 先生墨蹟明信片一份。

3.
紀念品贈送以線上報名方式者為限。

10/9()~10/23()止。






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