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Historical Study of the Etymological Form and Translational Process of Gout (Tongfeng)

Cho JH, Jung JY

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2015 Aug;24(2):533-557.
  • doi: 10.13081/kjmh.2015.24.533
This study aims to address questions regarding the translation of 'gout' into 'tongfeng' in East Asia. To this end, the formation process of the origins, 'gout' from Western medicine and...
The Lives and Diseases of Females during the Latter Half of the Joseon Dynasty as Reconstructed with Cases in Yeoksi Manpil (Stray Notes with Experienced Tests)

Yi G

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2015 Aug;24(2):497-532.
  • doi: 10.13081/kjmh.2015.24.497
Through the cases of approximately 80 females in the case records of traditional physician Yi Sugwi (1664-1740?), the present study divided and reclassified the lives and diseases of females during...
The Seongho School's Study of the Ancient Learning and Its Influence on the Debate about Materia Medica in the Late Joseon Dynasty

Cho SS

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2015 Aug;24(2):457-496.
  • doi: 10.13081/kjmh.2015.24.457
This study will determine the ways in which the ancient learning (gu xue) scholarship of the Seongho School, and its interest in the materia medica (ben cao xue) were related...
The Indigenization of Licorice and Its Meaning During the Early Days of the Joseon Dynasty

Lee KL

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2015 Aug;24(2):423-455.
  • doi: 10.13081/kjmh.2015.24.423
This article explores the indigenization of licorice(Glycyrrhiza uralensis Fisch.) which was the most important medicine of the Oriental Medicine. There are a lot of records on licorice even before the...
Applying the Methodology and Practice of Microhistory: The Diary of a Confucian Doctor, Yi Mun-gon (1495-1567)

Shin D

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2015 Aug;24(2):389-422.
  • doi: 10.13081/kjmh.2015.24.389
Since microhistory's approach to the past is based on an understanding of and a sympathy for the concrete details of human lives, its area of interests overlaps with the history...
Microhistory and Chinese Medical History: A Review

Yu X, Wang Y

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2015 Aug;24(2):355-387.
  • doi: 10.13081/kjmh.2015.24.355
With a reflection on the grand quantitative analysis in previous historical investigations, microhistory came into being in Italy in the 1960s and the 70s. Microhistory is, in principle, the intensive...
The Theory and Trend of Microhistory: History of Medicine

Sul H

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2015 Aug;24(2):325-354.
  • doi: 10.13081/kjmh.2015.24.325
Microhistory, first developed in the 1970s, is the study of the past on a very small scale applying zoom-in methodology. Although microhistory had been introduced to Korea during the late...
Preface to the Special Issue on Microhistory of Medicine

Edotorial Board of Korean Journal of Medical History

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2015 Aug;24(2):323-323.
  • doi: 10.13081/kjmh.2015.24.323
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