Dr Trambaiolo, Daniel Marco
Daniel Trambaiolo joined the Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences as a Post-Doctoral Fellow in January 2014. His research examines the history of medicine in East Asia, focusing primarily on the history of Chinese-style medicine (kanpō) in early modern Japan.
He is currently revising a book manuscript that explores the relationships between texts, social institutions and clinical practices in the formation of medical knowledge, analyzing how Japanese doctors engaged with new ideas and practices from China, Korea and Europe and incorporated them into their own medical culture. His second project examines the history of medical commodities in early modern East Asia, showing how the development of local and global trading networks led to the emergence of new ways of thinking about the nature and efficacy of medicinal substances.
|Spoken Language(s) (EN)||Spoken Language(s) (ZH)|
|English, Putonghua, Japanese||英語、普通話、日語|
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|English, Chinese, Japanese||英文、中文、日文|
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