Mathias Vigouroux
Lecturer, School of International Studies

 

 

Dr. Mathias Dominique Yves Vigouroux


Professional History

April 2011-August 2011        Part-time research assistant, Department of Chinese Studies,
                                                               Nishogakusha University (Japan)                                             

April 2009-September 2009   Teaching Assistant, Department of Chinese Studies,
                                                                    Nishogakusha University (Japan)
December 2005-April 2006    Lecturer, Research and Development Center for Higher Education,
                                                                 Yamanashi University (Japan)  
September 2004-July 2005   Lecturer, Department of Japanese Studies,  Jean Moulin
                                                                Lyon 3 University (France)

Publications
Forthcoming Publications

[1] “The Reception of the Circulation Tracts Theory into Japan (600-1868),” in Benjamin Elman (editor), Medical Philology, Leiden: Brill.
[2] “Commerce des livres et diplomatie: la transmission de la Chine et de la Corée vers le Japon des savoirs médicaux liés à la pratique de l'acuponcture et de la moxibustion (1603-1868)”, Extrême-Orient Extrême-Occident, November 2013.

 

Past Publications
Articles

[1] “Siebold and Ishizaka Sotetsu: Cross-national acupuncture apprenticeship during the Edo period,” North American Journal of Oriental Medicine, 18:52, June 2011, pp. 28-30; 19:54, Mars 2012, p. 20.
[2] “Siebold and Ishizaka Sotetsu's Contribution to the Reception of Acupuncture in Nineteenth Century Europe: Comparative research
based on the Acupuncture Manuscripts in the Siebold Collection,” in Journal of the Japanese Society for Medical History, 57:3, October 2011, pp. 325-342 (Publication in Japanese).
[3] “Japanese Curriculum versus Chinese Curriculum: Acupuncture education in the Edo Period (1603-1868),” in North American Journal of Oriental Medicine, 17:49, July 2010, pp. 8-12.
[4] “In Search of Japanese Acupuncture Heritage,” in North American Journal of Oriental Medicine, 15:44, November 2008, pp. 10-13.
[5] “Acupuncture and Moxibustion in the Edo Period,” in North American Journal of Oriental Medicine, 15:42, March 2008, pp. 13-16. 
[6] “From the School of the Latter Day to the School of Ancient Therapies: Confucian learning and its influence on medicine during the
Edo period,” in Journal of the Human Science and Teaching Department of the Yamanashi University, 8, 2006, pp. 119-128 (Publicationin French).

Visiting Positions

2011-2013 Postdoctoral Research Associate, East Asian Studies Department,  Princeton University
2010-2011    Visiting scholar, Medical History Research Department, Kitasato  University (Japan)
2005-2007 Visiting scholar, Department of Japanese Literature, Rikkyo  University (Japan)

Education

2007-2011   Nishogakusha University (Japan), Department of Chinese Studies, Ph.D. 2011 
2003-2005  Jean Moulin - Lyon 3 University (France), Department of Japanese Studies, M.A. 2005  
2000-2003 Jean Moulin - Lyon 3 University (France), B.A.
 

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