Research Publications for Alistair D Swale: University of Waikato
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Internal funding External funding. Cost : Free and open to the public. These questions are partially answered in chapter 2, but they should have been addressed earlier to give readers a larger scholarly picture from the beginning. Also, even though shashin has come to refer exclusively to photography, it would be interesting to know how, if at all, the practices around it affected the discourse on other pictorial arts, especially painting.
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The episode epitomizes the larger intellectual and medical discourses of the late Edo period, in which intellectuals became increasingly critical of knowledge obtained from Chinese texts and turned instead to Western knowledge. Particularly important to this discourse was the rise of Practical Learning jitsugaku , which treated nature as the ultimate source of knowledge and encouraged direct observation. The late Edo period also saw the growing availability of Western medicine, and some physicians began incorporating Western medicine for medical efficiency in addition to Chinese medicine.
The Premise of Fidelity
In reviewing the history of materia medica in Japan, the second chapter introduces problems confronting the group. The group therefore organized exhibitions on a monthly basis from to in an attempt to obtain information about Japanese medical flora from the public—farmers, merchants, and samurais.
cottilinatk.tk The Premise of Fidelity is thoroughly researched and written clearly and eloquently. It will prove an invaluable resource for anyone interested in Japanese art history, Japanese intellectual history, medical history, and the visual culture of the Edo and Meiji periods, history of photography, and transnational studies. Given the recent growth in appreciation of interdisciplinary research and visual culture, Fukuoka has written a pioneering book.
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- Volume 40, Number 1 – The Journal of Japanese Studies!
- The Premise of Fidelity: Science, Visuality, and Representing the Real in Nineteenth-Century Japan!
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Abstract Keywords Export Availability Bookmark. Keywords Ferns Botany Nature prints. Impressions of nature : a history of nature printing.
Author : Cave, Roderick. This technique was developed in the Middle Ages to assist those gathering medicinal plants the earliest datable nature print dates from using relatively simple impressions taken from leaves and fruit.
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By the 17th and 18th centuries, nature printing had developed into a serious scientific process of reproducing plants and was used in building up systematised collections made by and for botanists. During the 19th century the technique also drew on the new photographic technology and then there was a great revival later in the 20th century. Keywords Nature prints Printing Abstract The Premise of Fidelity puts forward a new history of Japanese visuality through an examination of the discourses and practices surrounding the nineteenth century transposition of ""the real"" in the decades before photography was introduced.