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European Research Center on Contemporary Taiwan (ERCCT) = 歐洲當代臺灣研究中心Citation:
Its major objective is to promote postgraduate social science research on contemporary Taiwan, most notably in the areas of politics and law, economics, society and cross-strait relations. The ERCCT provides a platform for European and Taiwanese students at the doctoral and postdoctoral levels to engage in academic dialogue on theory, methodology and content related to specific research projects, to prepare for fieldwork in Taiwan, to assess the empirical findings brought back from the field and to assist students to get their work published by internationally renowned publishing houses.http://www.ercct.uni-tuebingen.de more Language: eng English
Arbeitskreis Japanische Religionen Citation:
The AJR is a study group (Arbeitskreis) of scientists from/in German speaking countries focusing on research about Japanese religions (Japanische Religionen).
In recent years a continuous rise in interest about Japanese religions has beem noted on a scientific as well as on a popular level. For this reason a group of scientists of Japanese Studies focusing on research about Japanese religions in 1994 formed a loose organisation referred to as AJR (Arbeitskreis Japanische Religionen).
Since 1994 four conferences about relevant aspects from the wide field of Japanese religions have been held. In three cases the contributions to the conferences have been published.
After an enquiry in the mailing list of Japanese Studies in summer 2003 had shown vigorous interest in the AJR, a meeting of scientists conducting research on Japanese religions was held in May 2004 in the Japanese Department of Tübingen University, Germany. During this meeting it was agreed that the loose study group should receive a firmer, albeit virtual form. By means, among others, of an online workplace and annual specialists' conferences cooperation and exchange between collegagues should be enhanced and facilitated.
The AJR today:
The AJR today has about 40 members in or from German speaking countries. Their fields of expertise range from Japanese Studies to Religious Studies, Theology and other related subjects. Members include welknown professors as well as younger researchers and postgraduate students. Their areas of research cover all aspects of historical and present day Japanese religions.
The organisational centre of the AJR is in the Japanese Department of Tübingen University in Germany. Since May 2004 Dr. Birgit Staemmler is in charge of the organisation and the website.
The aim of the AJR is to promote research about Japanese religions through cooperation among scientists specialising in that area.
In spring 2008 the Contributions of the AJR, a forum for online publications, have been initiated.
The AJR began its own mailing list in early June 2008. Colleagues interested in participating should register at . The language of the mailing list will be predominantly German although contributions in other languages are also welcome.
http://www.uni-tuebingen.de/AJR/ more Language: eng English, ger German
East Asian science, technology, and medicine : an annual journal dedicated to the study of traditional and modern East Asian science, technology, and medicineCitation:
EASTM (formerly Chinese Science) is published by the International Society for the History of East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine (ISHEASTM). Numbers 1-10 (1975-92) were published irregularly under the editorship of Nathan Sivin (University of Pennsylvania). Numbers 11-15 (1993-98) were issued annually at the University of California, Los Angeles, by Benjamin A. Elman. Beginning with Number 16 (1999), the name of the journal changed to East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine and is published at the University of Tbingen, Germany. From Number 18 (2001) there will be two issues per year.http://www.uni-tuebingen.de/sinologie/eastm/ more Language: eng English
East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine : an annual journal dedicated to the study of traditional and modern East Asian science, technology, and medicineCitation:
This journal includes studies on the science, technology, and medicine of traditional and contemporary East Asia. Any study based on original research using Chinese, Japanese, or Korean primary sources or artifacts, that elucidates the relationships and interactions of science, technology, and medicine with politics, society, economics, philosophy, culture, religion, historiography, as well as their disciplinary traditions, or throws light on the work of scientists, technologists, and physicians in East Asia will gladly be consideredhttp://www.uni-tuebingen.de/sinologie/eastm more Language: eng English
Unionlist of Handicraft Regulations (jiangzuo zeli) in Chinese and International Collections Citation:
[... This] catalogue has been devised in the framework of the DFG Project on "State and Handicrafts in Peking, 1700-1900" and in cooperation with the Qinghua University Institute for the History of Science and Technology and Ancient Documents. It is based on Wang Shixiang's list first published in Yanjing xuebao in 1995 which has been reprinted and expanded in the first two volumes of Qingdai jiangzuo zeli. [...] Since those lists were published, further bibliographical research has brought more texts to light, so that our knowledge about handicraft regulations is constantly increasing. [...] Our main criterion for classification is the text type as designated in the book titles. Below that level, the list is arranged topically and chronologically. An alphabetic pinyin title index is appended.http://www.uni-tuebingen.de/sinologie/project/shp/unionlist.html more Language: eng English
This site provides online and offline tools for the conversion of Japanese dates into their Western equivalents. The calculation is based on tables from Tsuchihashi and Zöllner. A short introduction to the pre-modern calendar system in Japan can be found here (text in German).