International Ōgai Studies

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science (9)

Bay, Alexander R.
Beriberi, Military Medicine, and Medical Authority in Prewar Japan”, Japan Review 20 (2008): 111-56.

Bay, Alexander R.
Beriberi: Disease of Imperial Culture”, Beriberi in Modern Japan: The Making of a National Disease, New York et al.: University of Rochester Press 2012: 52-86.

Borriello, Giovanni
“La produzione scientifica in lingua tedesca di Mori Ōgai in campo medico ed igienico-sanitario”, Il Giappone 44 (2004): 113–34.

Bowring, Richard John
Mori Ōgai and the Modernization of Japanese Culture, Cambridge et al.: Cambridge University Press 1979 (University of Cambridge Oriental Publications 28). xii, 296p. Ill.

Dower, John W.
“Mori Ōgai: Meiji Japan’s Eminent Bystander”, Papers on Japan 2 (1963): 57–101.

Fessler, Susanne
The Debate on the Uselessness of Western Studies”, The Journal of Japanese Studies 37.1 (Winter 2011): 61–90.

Lamarre, Thomas
“Science, History and Culture in the Late Meiji Period: Mori Rintarō’s Experiments”, in: Helen Hardacre with Adam L. Kern (eds.): New Directions in the Study of Meiji Japan, Leiden et al.: Brill 1997: 60–89.

Lamarre, Thomas
“Bacterial Cultures and Linguistic Colonies: Mori Rintaro’s Experiments with History, Science, and Language”, Positions. East Asia Cultures Critiques 6.3 (Winter 1998): 597–635.

Macé, Mieko
“La médecine japonaise du XIXe siècle et l’universalité”, Cipango. Cahiers d’études japonaises. Numéro hors série (printemps 2002: Mutations de la conscience dans le Japon moderne), Paris: Publications Langues O’ 2002: 193–242.