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Visiting Research Fellow

CHEN Hsiu-fen

CHEN Hsiu-fen

  • Specialized Field(s)
    History of Chinese medicine, medical exchanges in East Asian history
  • Current Research Themes
    Self-Cultivation and Mind-Body Therapy in China, 1900-1920: A Comparative Study of Chinese and Japanese Quiet-Sitting Methods
  • Keywords for Research
    Jiang Weiqiao, Fujita Reisai, Okada Torajirō, quiet-sitting, mind-body therapy
Professional Experience
  • 2010
    Associate Professor, Department of History, National Chengchi University
  • 2018
    Professor, Department of History, National Chengchi University
  • 2018
    Visiting Research Fellow, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Degree(s)
  • 2003
    Ph.D., School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
Achievements
Books
  • 『養生與修身:晚明文人的身體書寫與攝生技術』、稻鄉、255頁、2009年
  • (Nourishing Life and Cultivating the Body: Writing the Literati’s Body and Techniques for Preserving Health in the Late Ming, Dawshiang Publishing Co., 255 pages, 2009)
Articles
  • 「從人到物:『本草綱目‧人部』的人體論述與人藥製作」 『中央研究院歷史語言研究所集刊』、台北、2017年、pp.589-641
  • (“From Human Being to Drug: Discourses on the Human Body and the Making of Human Drugs in the ‘Man Division’ of Bencao gangmu, 1596,” Bulletin of The Institute of History and Philology Academia Sinica, 2017, pp.589-641)
  • 「『診斷』徐渭:晚明社會對於狂與病的多元理解」 『明代研究』 27、台北、2016年、pp.71-121
  • (“Diagnosing' Xu Wei: Pluralistic Views of Madness and Illness in Late Ming Society,” Journal of Ming Studies, 2016, pp.71-121)
  • 「食物、妖術與蠱毒:宋元明『挑生』形象的流變」 『漢學研究』 34(3)、台北、2016年、pp.9-51
  • (“Food, Witchcraft, and gu Poisoning: Changing Images of Tiaosheng Magic during the Song, Yuan and Ming,” Chinese Studies (Hanxue yanjiu), 2016, pp.9-51)
  • 「情志過極,非藥可癒——試論金元明清的『以情勝情』療法」 『新史學』 25(1)、台北、2014年、pp.1-50
  • (“Curing the Resulting Disorders from Emotional Excess: A survey of 'Therapy by Counter-Affect' in Late Imperial China,” New History, 2014, pp.1-50)
  • “Visual Representation and Oral Transmission of yangsheng Techniques in Ming China,” Asian Medicine - TRADITION and modernity 7:1, Leiden, Netherlands, 2012, pp.128-163