Asian Health Humanities

Date: May 19, 2018
Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Location: Ahmadieh Family Conference Hall, Franklin Center Room 240

9:00–9:15 Introduction and Welcome

9:15–10:00 Nicole Barnes, Duke

10:10–10:55 Wei-Ti Chen, Harvard

11:05–11:50 Sonja Kim, Binghamton

12:00–1:00 Lunch

1:00–1:45 Martha Berg, Univ. of Michigan

1:55–2:40 Projit Mukharji , Univ. of Penn.

2:40–3:10 Coffee break

3:10–3:55 carlos rojas, Duke

*Wei-Ti Chen (Taiwan/Japan) "Medical Licensure and the Making of Modern Japan in a Global World”
*Sonja Kim (Korea/Japan) "Contesting Medicine as Moral Practice in Colonial Korea ”
*Martha Berg (Nepal) "The intersection between culture and emotion, drawing upon Nepal as a case study, within the context of East and South Asian cultural research”
* Projit B Mukharji (India) "Vernacular Hearts: A Cultural History of ‘Heart Attack’ in Bengal, c. 1890-1920"
*Nicole Barnes "Medicine as Gospel: Foreign Medical Missionaries and Chinese Public Health Workers in Twentieth-century Sichuan"
*carlos rojas ""China and the Third Pandemic: Reflections on Symptoms and Etiologies”

Sponsored by the CCK Foundation and the Humanities Futures Global Health Humanities Working Group