版主:最近非常高興認識目前在喬治城大學歷史系攻讀博士的沈宇斌,他是「近代中國的疾病、醫療與社會變遷小組」的負責人,也非常熱心的將各種醫療史的資訊PO到網上,我已將之加入連結,也請大家多給他鼓勵。宇斌兄於南京大學歷史系獲得學士(2005)和碩士(2009)學位,指導老師是 胡成 教授,他目前攻讀的方向為近代中國的醫療和身體史,導師是大名鼎鼎的Carol Benedict教授。同時也主/副修邊疆史,環境史和全球史(導師是James Millward, Micah Muscolino John McNeill)。他目前的博士論文,計畫討論近代中國「早戀」問題的形成。另外也對兩個研究議題感到興趣:一個是近代中國的殖民醫學史,特別是熱帶醫學在中國的發展;另一個是近代滿洲的環境史和帝國主義。(目前正在進行的是全球毛皮貿易、鼠疫和邊疆環境開發對滿洲旱獺消亡的影響;近代內蒙甘草貿易與環境變遷;俄裔滿洲自然學家Loukashkin個案研究),都非常有意思,也希望他持續給我們提供新訊息,互相交流。


 


以下貼出的是宇斌兄近代中國的醫療與身體 史 博士資格考試的書單,供有興趣的學友們參考,其實對我自己而言也是獲益良多的。


Reading List for Research Field


History of Medicine and the Body in Modern China and Beyond


Advisor: Professor Carol Benedict


  


1.Historiography of Medicine and Disease


Bowers, John, William Hess, and Nathan Sivin, eds. Science and Medicine in Twentieth-Century China : Research and Education. Ann Arbor : Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan , 1988.


  


Bynum, W. F. and Roy Porter, eds. Companion Encyclopedia of the History of Medicine.London: Routledge, 1993.


  


Cunningham, Andrew. 1992. “Transforming plague: the laboratory and the identity of infectious disease.” In Andrew Cunningham and Perry Williams (eds.) The Laboratory Revolution in Medicine. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, pp. 209-44.


  


Elman, Benjamin. On Their Own Terms: Science in China , 1550-1900. Cambridge : Harvard University Press, 2005.


  


Harrison, Mark. Disease and the Modern World: 1500 to the Present Day. Malden : Polity, 2004.


  


Hinrichs, TJ . “New Geographies of Chinese Medicine,” Osiris 13 (1998) : 287-325.


  


Low, Morris, ed. Beyond Joseph Needham: Science, Technology, and Medicine


in East and Southeast Asia, University of Chicago Press, 2000.


  


Huisman, Frank and. John Harley Warner. Locating Medical History: Stories and Their Meanings, The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005.


  


Rosenberg, Charles. Framing Disease: Studies in Cultural History. New Brunswick , NJ : Rutgers University Press, 1992.


  


Porter, Roy . The Greatest Benefit to Mankind: A Medical History of Humanity. New York : W.W.Norton& Company, 1997.


  


Sivin, Nathan. “Science and Medicine in Imperial China : The State of the Field.” Journal of Asian Studies 47 (1988):41-90.


____. Science and Civilization in China : Biology and Biological Technology. Vol. 6. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2000.


____. “Science and Medicine in Chinese History,” pp. 164 -196 in Paul Ropp, Heritage of China , Berkeley : University of California Press.


____. 1998. “The History of Chinese Medicine: Now and Anon,” positions: east asia cultures critique. 6.3 (Winter): 731-62.


  


2. History of Disease in Late Imperial and Modern China


Andrews, Bridie J. “Tuberculosis and the Assimilation of Germ Theory in China , 1895-1937,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences. 52, no. 1


(1997):114-57.


  


Benedict, Carol. "Bubonic Plague in Nineteenth-Century China ." Modern China 14.2 (1988) :107-55.


____.  "Policing the Sick: Plague and the Origins of State Medicine in Late Imperial China ." Late Imperial China 14.2 (1993) : 60-77.


____. Bubonic Plague in Nineteenth-Century China . Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1996.


 ____. "Framing Plague in China ’s Past." In Gail Hershatter, et al. eds., Remapping China : Fissures in Historical Terrain, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1996: pp. 27-41.


____.Golden Silk Smoke: A History of Tobacco in China , 1550-2010. University of California Press, 2011.


  


Chang, Chia-feng. “Aspects of Smallpox and Its Significance in Chinese History.” Ph.D. Dissertation, SOAS, University of London , 1996.


____. 2002. “Disease and its impact on politics, diplomacy, and the military: the case of smallpox and the Manchus, 1613-1795.” Journal of the Hist of Medicine and the Allied Sciences. 57.2 (April): 177-97.


Gamsa, Mark. “The Epidemic of Pneumonic Plague in Manchuria 1910-1911,” Past and Present. no. 1902006:147-183.


  


Hanson, Marta. Speaking of Epidemics in Chinese Medicine: Disease and the Geographic Imagination in Late Imperial China . Routledge2011.


  


Katz, Paul. Demon Hordes and Burning Boats: The Cult of Marshall Wen in Late Imperial Chekiang . Albany : SUNY Press, 1995.


  


Kuriyama, Shigehisa.“Concepts of Disease in East Asia .” In Kenneth Kiple, ed., The Cambridge World History of Human Disease, Cambridge University Press, 1993:


52-59.


  


Sean Hsiang-lin Lei (2010) “Habituating Individuality: The Framing of Tuberculosis and Its Material Solution in Republican China,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 84.2 (Summer) : 248-79.


  


Leung, Angela . “Diseases of the Premodern Period in China .” In K. F. Kiple, ed., The Cambridge World History of Human Diseases. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1993:354-62.


____. Leprosy in China : A History. New York : Columbia University Press, 2009.


  


MacPherson, Kerrie. 1998. “Cholera in China , 1820-1930: An aspect of the internationalization of infectious disease.” In Mark Elvin and Liu Cuirong (eds.) Sediments of Time: Environment and Society in Chinese History. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.


  


Nathan, Carl F. Plague Prevention and Politics in Manchuria , 1910-1931. Cambridge : East Asian Research Center , Harvard University ; distributed by Harvard University Press, 1967.


  


Smith, Hilary. “Foot Qi: History of a Chinese Disorder.” University of Pennsylvania , Ph.D. Dissertation, 2008.


  


3. History of Science and Medicine in Late Imperial and Modern China


Andrews, Bridie J. “The Making of Modern Chinese Medicine, 1895-1937.”Ph.D.Dis, Cambridge University , 1996.


  


Chang, Che-chia. “The Therapeutic Tug of War- The Imperial Physician-patient Relationship in the Era of Empress Dowager Cixi (1874-1908).” Ph.D.Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania , 1998.


  


Chao, Yuan-ling. Medicine and Society in Late Imperial China : A Study of Physicians in Suzhou , 1600-1850, Peter Lang Publishing, 2009.


  


Cochran, Sherman. Chinese Medicine Men : Consumer Culture in China and Southeast Asia, Harvard University Press , 2006.


  


Croizier, Ralph C. Traditional Medicine in Modern China ; Science, Nationalism, and the Tensions of Cultural Change, Cambridge : Harvard University Press, 1968.


  


Heinrich, Larissa. “How China Became the "Cradle of Smallpox": Transformations in Discourse, 1726-2002.” positions: east asia cultures critique - Volume 15, Number 1, Spring 2007, pp. 7-34.


  


Lei, Sean Hsiang-lin. “When Chinese Medicine Encountered the State, 1910-1949.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Chicago , 1999.


  


  


McPherson, Kerrie. A Wilderness of Marshes: The Origins of Public Health in Shanghai , 1843-1893, Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, 1987.


  


Nakajima, Chieko. “Health and Hygiene in Mass Mobilization: Hygiene Campaigns in Shanghai , 1920-1945.” Twentieth-Century China , 34.1 (November 2008): 42-72.


  


Nappi, Carla.The Monkey and the Inkpot: Natural History and its Transformations in Early Modern China , Harvard University Press, 2009.


  


Pusey, J. R. China and Charles Darwin, Cambridge , MA : Harvard University Press, 1983.


  


Rogaski, Ruth.“Hygienic Modernity in Tianjin ," in Joseph Esherick (ed.) Remaking the Chinese City : Modernity and National Identity, 1900-1950, University of Hawaii Press, 2000.


____.Hygienic Modernity Meanings of Health and Disease in Treaty-port China , Berkeley : University of California Press ,2004.


  


Schneider, Laurence, Biology and Revolution in Twentieth-Century China, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2005.


  


Schmalzer, Sigrid. The People's Peking Man: Popular Science and Human Identity in Twentieth-Century China , University Of Chicago Press, 2008.


  


Yip,Ka-che. Health and National Reconstruction in Nationalist China : The Development of Modern Health Services, 1928-1937.   Ann Arbor : Association for Asian Studies,1995.


  


Wu, Yi-Li. Reproducing Women: Medicine, Metaphor, and Childbirth in Late Imperial China , University of California Press, 2010.


  


Xu, Yamin. “Policing Civility on the Streets: Encounters with Litterbugs, ‘Nightsoil Lords,’         and Street Corner Urinators in Republican Beijing .” Twentieth-Century China 3.2 (April 2005 ): 28-71.


  


4. Colonial Medicine and Beyond


Anderson, Warwick. The Cultivation of Whiteness: Science, Health and Racial Destiny in Australia , Melbourne : Melbourne University Press, 2002.


____.Colonial Pathologies: American Tropical Medicine, Race, and Hygiene in the Philippines . Durham NC : Duke University Press,2006.


  


Arnold, David. Imperial Medicine and Indigenous Societies, Manchester : Manchester University Press, 1988.


____.Colonizing the Body: State Medicine and Epidemic Disease in Nineteenth-century India . Berkeley : University of California Press, 1993.


____.Warm Climates and Western Medicine: The Emergence of Tropical Medicine, 1500-1900, Atlanta , GA : Rodopi, 1996.


____.Science, Technology and Medicine in Colonial India, Cambridge and New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000.


  


Bashford, Alison. Imperial Hygiene: A Critical History of Colonialism, Nationalism, and Public Health .Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.


  


Curtin, Philip D. Disease and Empire: The Health of European Troops in the Conquest of Africa, Cambridge University Press, 1998.


  


Fan, Fa-ti. British Naturalists in Qing China : Science, Empire and the Cultural Encounter. Harvard University Press, 2004.


  


Farquhar, Judith and Marta Hanson.Empires of Hygiene (Special Issue of Positions) .Duke University Press, 1999.


  


Harrison, Mark. Public Health in British India: Anglo-Indian Preventive Medicine, 1859-1914, Cambridge University Press, 1994.


____. Climates and Constitutions: Health, Race, Environment and British Imperialism in India , 1600-1850, Oxford University Press, 1999.


  


Leung, Angela and Charlotte Furth, eds. Health and Hygiene in Chinese East Asia : Policies and Publics in the Long Twentieth Century, Duke University Press, 2010.


  


Li Shang-jen. “British Imperial Medicine in Late 19th-century China and the early career of Patrick Manson,” Ph.D. dissertation, Imperial College , University of London ,1999.


____. “The Nurse of Parasites: Gender Concepts in Patrick Manson’s Parasitological Research.” Journal of the History of Biology. (Spring 2004) 37.1: 103-31.


____. “Natural History of Parasite: Patrick Manson’s Philosophical Method.” Isis 93.2 (2002): 206-28.


  


Liu, Michael Shiyung. Prescribing Colonization: the Role of Medical Practices and Policies in Japan-ruled Taiwan , 1895-1945, Ann Arbor , Mich : Association for Asian Studies, 2009.


  


Lo, Ming-cheng Miriam. Doctors within Borders: Profession, Ethnicity, and Modernity in Colonial Taiwan . Berkeley , Calif : University of California Press,2002.


  


Low, Morris. Building a Modern Japan: Science, Technology, and Medicine in the Meiji era and beyond. New York , NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.


Macleod, Roy, and Milton Lewis eds. Disease, Medicine, and Empire: Perspectives on Western Medicine and the Experience of European Expansion, London : Routledge, 1988.


  


Vaughan, Megan. Curing Their Ills: Colonial Power and African Illness, Stanford , California : Stanford University Press, 1991.


  


Yip, Ka-che. Disease, Colonialism, and the State: Malaria in modern East Asian History. Aberdeen , Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2009.


  


5. Historiography of the Body


Brownell, Susan and Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom, eds., Chinese Femininities/Chinese Masculinities: A Reader, University of California Press, 2002.


  


Davidson, Arnold. The Emergence of Sexuality: Historical Epistemology and the Formation of Concepts, Harvard University Press, 2001.


  


Feher, Michel with R. Naddaf and N. Tazi, eds. Fragments for a History of the


Human Body, Parts One, Two, and Three. New York : Zone Books. 1989.


  


Frühstück, Sabine. Colonizing Sex: Sexology and Social Control in Modern Japan , Berkeley : University of California Press, 2003.


  


Foucault, Michel. Discipline and Punishment: the Birth of the Prison .New York : Vintage, 1979.


——. History of Sexuality, Vol.1, New York : Vintage, 1983.


  


Gallagher, Catherine and Thomas Laqueur.The Making of the Modern Body: Sexuality and Society in the Nineteenth Century, University of California Press, 1987.


  


Honig, Emily.” Socialist Sex: The Cultural Revolution Revisited,” Modern China 29.2 (2003):153-175.


  


Laqueur, Thomas. Making Sex: Body and Gender from the Greek to Freud,   Cambridge , MA : Harvard University Press, 1990.


  


Kuriyama, Shigehisa.The Expressiveness of the Body and the Divergence of Greek and Chinese Medicine. New York : Zone Books, 1999.


  


Porter, Roy . “History of the Body Reconsidered,” in New Perspectives on Historical Writing,Peter Burke (ed), Cambridge : Polity, 2001:233-60.


  


Rabinow, Paul and Nikolas Rose eds. The Essential Foucault: Selections from Essential Works of Foucault, 1954-1984, New York : New Press, 2003.


Stoler, Ann Laura. Race and the Education of Desire: Foucault’s History of Sexuality and the Colonial Order of Things. Duke University Press, 1995.


  


Zito, Angela and Tani E. Barlow.Body, Subject, and Power in China , University of Chicago Press, 1994.


  


6. Women and Family in Modern China


Bernhardt, Katherine. Women and Property in China , 960-1949, Stanford:   Stanford University Press, 1999.


  


Ebrey, Patricia Buckley. Women and the Family in Chinese History, New York : Routledge, 2002.


  


Edwards, Louise. “Policing the Modern Woman in Republican China ,” Modern China , vol. 26, no. 2 (April, 2000) : 115-147.


  


Esherick, Joseph W. Ancestral Leaves A Family Journey through Chinese History, University of California Press, 2011.


  


Gilmartin, Christina and Gail Hershatter, Lisa Rofel, and Tyrene White (eds.) Engendering China : Women, Culture, and the State, Cambridge , MA : Harvard University Press, 1994.


  


Gilmartin, Christina. "Gender in the Formation of the Communist Body Politic," Modern China , vol. 19, no. 3 (July, 1993),299-329.


______. Engendering the Chinese Revolution: Radical Women, Communist Politics, and Mass Movements in the 1920s. Berkeley and Los Angeles : University of California Press, 1995.


  


Glosser, Susan. Chinese Visions of Family and State, 1915-1953, University of California Press, 2003.


  


Hershatter, Gail. “State of the field: women in China 's long twentieth century,” Journal of Asian Studies 63, no.4 (November, 2004)): 991-1065.


  


Hsiung, Ping-chen. “Constructed Emotions: The Bond Between Mothers and Sons in Late Imperial China ,” in Late Imperial China , Vol. 15, No. 1, June 1994, pp. 87-117.)


______.A Tender Voyage: Children and Childhood in Late Imperial China. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2005.


  


Hu, Ying. Tales of Translation: Composing the New Woman in China , 1899-1918.


Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2000.


  


Judge, Joan.  "Talent, Virtue, and the Nation: Chinese Nationalisms and Female Subjectivities in the Early Twentieth Century,” American Historical Review, Vol 106, No. 3 (June, 2001): 765-803.


______.The Precious Raft of History:  The Past, The West, and the Woman Question in China . Stanford:   Stanford University Press, 2008.


  


Kinney, Anne Behnke ed. Chinese Views of Childhood, Honolulu : University of Hawaii Press, 1995.


  


Ko, Dorothy. Teachers of the Inner Chambers, Stanford:   Stanford University Press, 1994.


______.Every Step A Lotus: Shoes for Bound Feet. Berkeley : University of California Press, 2001.


______.Cinderella's Sisters: A Revisionist History of Footbinding. Berkeley : University of California Press, 2005.


  


Lu Weijing. True to Their Word: The Faithful Maiden Cult in Late Imperial China . Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2008.


  


Mann, Susan. Precious Records:  Women in China ’s Long Eighteenth Century.  Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1997.


______. The Talented Women of the Zhang Family, University of California Press, 2007.


  


Wang, Zheng. Women in the Chinese Enlightenment: Oral and Textual Histories, Berkeley : University of California Press, 1999.


  


7. Body, Sexuality, and Eugenics in Modern China


Bray, Francesca. Technology and Gender: Fabrics of Power in Late Imperial


China. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1997.


  


Brownell, Susan. Training the Body for China : Sports in the Moral Order of the Peoples’ Republic of China , Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1995.


  


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


  


Dikötter, Frank. Sex, Culture, and Modernity in China : Medical Science and the Construction of Sexual Identities in the Early Republican Period. London : Hurst , 1995.


——. Imperfect Conceptions: Medical Knowledge, Birth Defects, and Eugenics in China . New York : Columbia University Press, 1998.


  


Evans, Harriet. “Defining Difference: The ‘Scientific’ Construction of Sexuality and Gender in the People’s Republic of China .”  Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 20 (1995): 357-394.


——. Women and Sexuality in China : Female Sexuality and Gender since 1949. Continuum International Publishing Group, 1996.


  


Goodman, Bryna and Wendy Larson, ed. Gender in Motion: Divisions of Labor and Cultural Change in Late Imperial and Modern China . Lanham , MD : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2005.


  


Furth, Charlotte . A Flourishing Yin: Gender in China ’s Medical History, 960-


1665. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1999.


  


Heinrich, Larissa N. The Afterlife of Images: Translating the Pathological Body between China and the West. Durham : Duke University Press, 2008.


  


Lee, Haiyan. Revolution of the Heart : A Genealogy of Love in China , 1900-1950. Stanford University Press, 2006.


  


Morris, Andrew D. Marrow of the Nation: A History of Sport and Physical Culture in Republican China , Berkeley : University of California Press, 2004.


  


Zhang, Everett Yuehong. “Rethinking Sexual Repression in Maoist China : Ideology, Structure and the Ownership of the Body.” Body and Society Vol. 11 (3) (2005).


  


8. Normal and the Pathological: The Making of Social Disorder


  


Bailey, Paul. "'Women Behaving Badly': Crime, Transgressive Behaviour and Gender in Early Twentieth Century China ." Nan Nü 8, no. 1 (March 2006): 157-97.


  


Bakken, Borge. The Exemplary Society: Human Improvement, Social Control, and the Dangers of Modernity in China . Oxford University Press, 2000.


  


Barnes, David. The Making of a Social Disease: TB in Nineteenth-Century France . University of California Press, 1995.


  


Canguilhem, Georges. The Normal and the Pathological, Zone Books, 1991.


  


Dikötter, Frank. Narcotic Culture: A History of Drugs in China.University of Chicago Press, 2004.


  


Henriot, Christian. Prostitution and Sexuality in Shanghai : A Social History 1849-1949, Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2001.


  


Hershatter,Gail. Dangerous Pleasures: Prostitution and Modernity in Twentieth-Century Shanghai , University of California Press, 1997.


Laqueur, Thomas. Solitary Sex A Cultural History of Masturbation, Zone Books, 2003.


  


Johnston, William. The Modern Epidemic: A History of Tuberculosis in Japan . Cambridge , Mass: Council on East Asian Studies, Harvard University , 1995.


  


Kang, Wenqing. Obsession: Male Same-Sex Relations in China , 1900-1950. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press. 2009.


  


Kleinman, Arthur. Social Origins of Distress and Disease: Depression, Neurasthenia, and Pain in Modern China . Yale University Press, 1986.


  


McMahon, Keith. Polygamy and Sublime Passion : Sexuality in China on the Verge of Modernity. University of Hawai ‘i Press, 2010.


  


Ng, Vivien W. Madness in Late Imperial China : From Illness to Deviance, University of Oklahoma Press, 1990.


  


Rocha, Leon Antonio. “Xing: The Discourse of Sex and Human Nature in Modern China,” Gender and History, Vol22.No.3 (2010):pp.603-628.


  


Shapiro, Hugh. The View from a Chinese Asylum: Defining Madness in 1930s Peking . Ph. D. Dissertation, Harvard University , 1995.


1998. “The Puzzle of Spermatorrhea in Republican China .” Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique 6 (1998):551-96.


——. “How Different are Western and Chinese Medicine? The Case of Nerves.”  In Helaine Selin, ed., with Shapiro, asst. ed., Medicine Across Cultures: History and Practice of Medicine in Non-Western Cultures, Dordrecht and Boston : Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003: 351-372.


  


Theiss, Janet M. Disgraceful Matters: The Politics of Chastity in Eighteenth-Century China . Berkeley : University of California Press, 2005.


  


Tran, Lisa, “Sex and equality in Republican China: the debate over the adultery law,”


Modern China 35, no.2 (Mar 2009) 191-223.


  


Wu, Cuncun. Homoerotic Sensibilities in Late Imperial China , New York : RoutledgeCurzon, 2004.


  


Zhang, Everett Yuehong. Impotence in the Making: An Illness of Chinese Modernity, Dissertation, University of California , Berkeley , 2003.


  


 


 


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