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Mini-Symposium on History of Medicine in China and Japan

November 13, 2008 - 3:15pm
Building 50, Room 51A, Anthropology Conference Room
3:15 pm WELCOME by Paula Findlen, Ubaldo Pierotti Professor of History, Stanford University 3:25 pm FEDERICO MARCON, Assistant Professor of Japanese History, University of Virginia The Polysemy of Nature: The Diversity of Honzogaku Practices in Early Modern Japan 3:50 pm CARLA NAPPI, Assistant Professor of History and Philosophy, Montana State University The Crucible: Natural History and the Normal in Early Modern Bencao 4:15 pm PAUL UNSCHULD, Director of the Institute for the History of Medicine, University of Munich Introduction by Joseph Helms, Professor of Medical Acupuncture, Stanford University School of Medicine The Origin of Chinese Medicine: Characteristics and Cultural Context of the Emergence of a New View on Disease and Health Care in Antiquity 5:45 pm PANEL DISCUSSION
Free and Open to the public
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Co-sponsored by the Center for Education in Family and Community Medicine, Division of Medical Acupuncture, Department of History, and the Center for East Asian Studies, Stanford University
Contact Email: 
hlee17@stanford.edu
Contact Phone: 
723-3363