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Four affiliated researchers have articles published

Complementary Medicine 9 December 2016

Four affiliated researchers of the EASTmedicine research group have published articles in Dr Mona Schrempf and Dr Lena Springer's co-edited double special issue in volume 10 of the journal Asian medicine:​ Tradition and Modernity (Leiden: Brill) as contributions to Professor Volker Scheid's Wellcome Trust-funded project "Beyond Tradition: Ways of Knowing and Styles of Practice in East Asian Medicines, 1000 to the Present". 

http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/15734218/10/1-2 

Schrempf, Mona/ Springer, Lena (eds) (2015). Special Issue l “Efficacy and Safety in Tibetan and Chinese Medicine – Historical and Ethnographic Perspectives”, Asian Medicine: Tradition and Modernity 10(1+2).

Springer, Lena (2015). Collectors, Producers, and Circulators of Tibetan and Chinese Medicines in Sichuan Province, in Schrempf, Mona/ Springer, Lena (eds) special issue “Efficacy and Safety in Tibetan and Chinese Medicine – Historical and Ethnographic Perspectives”, Asian Medicine: Tradition and Modernity 10(1+2): 177-220.

Schrempf, Mona (2015). Contested Issues of Efficacy and Safety between Transnational Formulation Regimes of Tibetan Medicines in China and Europe, in Schrempf, Mona/ Springer, Lena (eds) special issue “Efficacy and Safety in Tibetan and Chinese Medicine – Historical and Ethnographic Perspectives”, Asian Medicine: Tradition and Modernity 10(1+2): 273-315.

deVries, Leslie (2015). The Dangers of ‘Warming and Replenishing’ (wenbu 溫補) during the Ming to Qing Epistemic Transition, in Schrempf, Mona/ Springer, Lena (eds) special issue “Efficacy and Safety in Tibetan and Chinese Medicine – Historical and Ethnographic Perspectives”, Asian Medicine: Tradition and Modernity 10(1+2): 90–120.

Czaja, Olaf (2015). The Administration of Tibetan Precious Pills, in Schrempf, Mona/ Springer, Lena (eds) special issue “Efficacy and Safety in Tibetan and Chinese Medicine – Historical and Ethnographic Perspectives”, Asian Medicine: Tradition and Modernity 10(1+2): 36–89.


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