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Kanbun Workshop

“The Physician Manase Dosan
(1507-1594):


An International Workshop on Medical Texts and Sino-Japanese Writings in Early Modern Japan

Workshop Schedule


8/25/08

0930-1130
“Patient Records and Manase Gensaku’s Igaku Tenshoki.”
Andrew Goble, University of Oregon

1330-1530
“Aging and Longevity in the Rôjinmon section of Manase Dôsan’s Keitekushû.”
Ed Drott, Dartmouth College

8/26/08
0930-1130
“Health and Sexual Practices as Seen in the Kôso Myôron.”
Machi Senjûrô, Nishô Gakusha University

1330-1530
“The Manase School and the Culture of Publishing in the Early Edo Period.”
Kosoto Hiroshi, Kitasato University

8/27/08
0930-1130
“Portraiture and the Manase School.”
Machi Senjûrô and Kosoto Hiroshi.

1300-1500
“Manase Dôsan in Tale Literature.”
Fukuda Yasunori, Ehime University

1330-1530
“Culture and Arts in Dôsan’s Era: Some Reflections on Tea and Incense.”
Ikeda Yôko, independent scholar.

8/28/08
0930-1130
“Kanbun Resources: Interpretingg Manase Dôsan’s Handwritten Manuscripts.”
Machi Senjûrô, Nishô Gakusha University

1330-1530
“Kanbun Resources: Interpreting Medical Information in Diaries.”
Andrew Goble, University of Oregon

8/29/08
0930-1130
Discussion and Evaluation

All sessions will be held in McKenzie Hall, Room 375.

This event is co-sponsored by the Nisho Gakusha University Center of Excellence (COE) Program and the University of Oregon’s Center for Asian and Pacific Studies. Financial support is provided by Nishogakusha COE, the Yoko McClain Faculty Endowment Fund, the Office of International Programs, the Oregon Humanities Center, the Center for Asian and Pacific Studies, and the Departments of History and Art History. For more info, please call 346-1521.