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Yun-ju Chen
Yun-ju Chen
Position: Assistant Research Fellow
Tel: 2652-3108
Email: chenyunju@sinica.edu.tw

* Academic Experience

Education:
2015, Ph.D., University of Oxford, Faculty of Oriental Studies

Current and Previous Positions:

2015.1-2016.8, Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
2016.9-  , Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
 

* Publications
 
Dissertation ▼
  1. 〈漢唐之間醫書中的房事疾病與性別〉(臺北:國立臺灣大學歷史研究所碩士論文,2009,148頁)。
  2.  “Zhang (“Miasma”), Heat, and Dampness: The Perception of the Environment and the Formation of Written Medical Knowledge in Song China (960-1279)” (PhD diss., University of Oxford, Faculty of Oriental Studies, 2015, 264 pages).

 

Journal Articles ▼
  1. 〈陰陽與精血——漢唐之間醫書中的房事疾病與性別〉,《女學學誌:婦女與性別研究》27 (2010):1-56。(ACI期刊)
  2. “Accounts of Treating Zhang (“miasma”) Disorders in Song Dynasty Lingnan: Remarks on Changing Literary Forms of Writing Experience(宋代討論嶺南瘴病治療的文本及其書寫策略)”,《漢學研究》34.3 (2016):205-254。(THCI core)

 

Conference Papers ▼
  1. “Song (960-1279) Accounts of Treating South-Endemic Disorders: Changing Readership and Transmission of Medical Knowledge” (paper presented at The 14th International Conference on the History of Science in East Asia, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris, July 6-10, 2015).
  2. 〈藥物與方土——宋代(960–1279)嶺南的辟瘴與治瘴用藥〉,發表於中研院「醫學的物質文化」主題計畫、史語所「生命醫療史研究室」主辦,「醫學的物質文化史」國際學術研討會,2015年11月11- 13日。
  3. “Politics of Healing Cultures: Circulation of Drugs in the Far South of Song China”(paper presented at Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference, Seattle, March 31-April 4, 2016).
  4. “Local Experience”(paper presented at Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference in Asia, Kyoto, June 24-27, 2016).
  5. “Why Treat Heat with Heat: Local Availability and the Choice of Preferred Medicines in the Far South of Song China (960-1279)” (paper presented at 9th International Congress on Traditional Asian Medicine, Kiel, August 6–12, 2017).
  6. “Proof and Personal Knowledge: Changing Ways of Making Argument in Middle Period China (860-1279)”(paper presented at The Second Conference on Middle Period Chinese Humanities, Leiden University, September 14–17, 2017).
  7. 〈從藥方與本草看宋代的資訊爆炸與知識寫作的創新〉,發表於「訊息傳播與知識實踐討論會」,臺北:中央研究院歷史語言研究所,2017年10月27-28日。
  8. “The Danger of Sweating in the Medical Writings from the Han (202 BCE-220 CE) to the Song (960-1279) Dynasty” (paper presented at “Fluid Matter(s): A Cross-Cultural Examination of Body Fluids and Drugs that Act Upon Them” Conference, Australian Centre on China in the World at the Australian National University, Canberra, December 15-17, 2017).
  9. “To be Informative or Handy: Presenting Drug Knowledge in Song China (960-1279)”(paper presented at The Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference, at Washington DC, March 22–25, 2018).
  10. “Preface (1196) to Easy and Simple Formulas (Yijian fang)”(paper presented at the Medicine and Healing Workshop, at Cornell University, Ithaca, June 15-18, 2018).
  11. “Setting New Criteria for Trustworthy Experience-based Evidence in Song China (960-1279)”(paper presented at The Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference, Denver, March 21-24, 2019).
  12. “Setting New Criteria for Trustworthy Experience-based Evidence in Song China (960-1279)”(paper presented at the International Colloquium on Antiquarian Medical Texts, Traditional Medical Knowledge, and Their Circulation and Application (「醫學典籍、醫藥知識及其流通運用」國際學術研討會), National Palace Museum, Taipei, March 27-28, 2019).
  13. 〈從朝廷到士大夫:兩宋時醫書的刊刻及其刊刻者身份的變遷〉,發表於中央研究院歷史語言研究所講論會,2019年4月22日。

 

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