Michael Kinski - Selected Publications#

(2013) "Riten" beginnen bei "Essen und Trinken". Entwicklung und Bedeutung von Etikettevorschriften im Japan der Edo-Zeit. ('Rites' begin with 'Eating and Drinking': The Development and Import of Rules of Etiquette in Edo Period Japan) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Publishers, 654 pp.

(2013) „Cold Norms and Warm Hearts. On the Conception of Etiquette Rules in Advice Books from Early Modern and Modern Japan“. In: Ulla Haselstein et al. (Ed.): The Cultural Careers of Coolness: Discourses and Practices of Affect Control in European Antiquity, the United States and Japan. Lanham: Lexington, 25 pp. (in print)

(2012) „Treasure Boxes, Fabrics, and Mirrors. On the Contents and the Classification of Popular Encyclopedias from Early Modern Japan“. In: Annick Horiuchi (Ed.): On Epistemological Culture in Japan's Edo Period. Leiden: Brill, 20 pp. (in print)

(2012) „Unicorns, Herbs, and Abundant Sustenation. On the Reception of European Encyclopedias in Early Modern Japan“. In: Madeleine Herren-Oesch und Barbara Mittler (Hg.): Hidden Grammars of Transculturality: Shifting Power of Encyclopedic Writing, 25 pp. (in print)

(2012) „Mumie als Medizin. Moral und Heilkunde im frühneuzeitlichen Japan“ (Mummy as Medicine: Morals and Medical Science in Early Modern Japan). In: Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 51/52 (2011), pp. 2669-75.

(2009) "One Should Not Roll Rice into a Ball. Some Notes on the History of Etiquette Rules for Eating in China and Japan". In: Journal of Chinese Dietary Culture, Vol. 5.1, 2009, pp. 141-80.

(2009-2012) Coeditor: Japonica Humboldtiana, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Vols. 13 to 15. (Editorial assistant Vols. 6 to 12)

(1996) Knochen des Weges. Katayama Kenzan als Vertreter des eklektischen Konfuzianismus im Japan des 18. Jahrhundert (Katayama Kenzan, A Protagonist of Eclectic Confucianism in 18th Century Japan). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Publishers, xiii, 455 pp
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