Gramlich-Oka Bettina

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Name
Gramlich-Oka Bettina
URL
http://www.japanese-history.org/
Affiliation
Sophia University
Section
Faculty of Liberal Arts, Department of Liberal Arts
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor der Philosophie(Tübingen University, Germany)
Research funding number
60573417

Profile

2005–2008: University of Tübingen, Japanologie, DFG research project: "Money and Monetary Policies of the Shogunate and Domains in Late Tokugawa Japan: Discourses and Practices." 

2008–2009: Heyman Center for the Humanities, Columbia University, New York (NY, USA), Postdoctoral Fellow: "Tadano Makuzu."

2009.5–2009.9: University of Tübingen, Japanologie, DFG research project: "Cholera: Health and Hygiene in Nineteenth Century Japan."

2010– : Network Studies in Japanese History, ICC project, Sophia University

2016– : Digitial Humanities and Japanese History, ICC and JSPS Research Grant (Kaken C)

2018– : Digital Humanities in the classroom, Educational Innovation Project, Sophia University

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Jan 2004
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Jun 2004
Visiting Ass. Prof., Wesleyan University
 
Aug 2004
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Sep 2004
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Sophia University
 
Jan 2005
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Jun 2005
Visiting Ass. Prof., Wesleyan University
 
Oct 2005
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Aug 2008
Research Associate, Tübingen University, Germany
 
Sep 2008
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Jun 2009
Postdoctoral Fellow, Columbia University
 

Published Papers

 
“Neo-Confucianism Reconsidered: Family Rituals in the Rai Household.”
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U.S.-Japan women's journal : a journal for the international exchange of gender studies   (39) 7-37.   Dec 2010
The Body Economic: Japan’s Cholera Epidemic of 1858 in Popular Discourse
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East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine.   (30) 32-73   Nov 2009
Economic Thought and Copper during the Tanuma period.
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Occasional Papers of Monies, Markets, and Finance in China and East Asia      Sep 2008
Trade Regulations for the VOC and Chinese Merchants during the Tokugawa Period.
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Occasional Papers of Monies, Markets, and Finance in China and East Asia:      Apr 2008
Tokugawa Women and Spacing the Self.
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Early Modern Japan: An Interdisciplinary Journal   14 51-67   Apr 2006

Misc

 
Book Review: Mabiki: Infanticide and Population Growth in Eastern Japan, 1660-1950
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Journal of Family History   40(2) 250-252   Feb 2015
Selling Women: Prostitution, Markets, and the Household in Early Modern Japan by Amy Stanley (review)
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The Journal of Japanese Studies   40(2) 387-390   2014
Traditionen idealisierter Weiblichkeit: Die "Kostbare Sammlung von Vorbildern weiblicher Weisheit" (Joyō chie kagami takaraori) als Paradebeispiel edo-zeitlicher Frauenbildung (review)
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Monumenta Nipponica   65(1) 217-221   2010
The Intra-Asian Trade in Japanese Copper by the Dutch East India Company during the Eighteenth Century (review)
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Monumenta Nipponica   62(4) 490-492   2007

Books etc

 
Religion, Culture and the Public Sphere in China and Japan
Gramlich-Oka Bettina
Palgrave MacMillan   2017   ISBN:9789811024375
“‘Knowing the [Confucian] Way’ and the Political Sphere.”
Critical Readings on Christianity in Japan
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Leiden, Brill   2015   ISBN:9789004235144
“Kirishitan Kō by Tadano Makuzu: A Late Tokugawa Woman’s Warnings”
Mining, Monies and Culture in Early Modern Societies: East Asian and Global Perspectives
Gramlich-Oka Bettina
Leiden: Brill   2013   ISBN:9004242821
“Nagasaki: A Thorn in the Eye of the Shogunate?”
An Edo Anthology Literature from Japan's Mega-City, 1750–1850
Gramlich-Oka Bettina
University of Hawai‘i Press   2013   ISBN:0824836294
“Tales from the North.”
The Female as Subject: Reading and Writing in Early Modern Japan
Gramlich-Oka Bettina
Michigan University Press   2010   ISBN:1929280645
“A Father’s Piece of Advice: Confucian Cultivation for Women in the Late Eighteenth-Century.”

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Localization in the Context of Japan of a Large-Scale Relational Biographical Database on the Model of the China Biographical Database
Michael Fuller
JADH   31 Aug 2019   JADH
Presentation of JBDB [Invited]
Kamigata Salon Culture Project   31 Jul 2019   Ritsumeikan, Kyoto; SOAS
Monumenta Nipponica
AAS in ASIA   1 Jul 2019   AAS in ASIA: Publishing Matters: Current Trends and Advice for Authors
Presentation of JBDB [Invited]
AAS   23 Mar 2019   Digital Technologies Expo of AAS
Monumenta Nipponica [Invited]
AAS   22 Mar 2019   AAS

Research Grants & Projects

 
Book chapter: Bettina Gramlich-Oka and Komuro Masamichi. “The Tokugawa Economy: Finance, Trade, and Manufacturing.” In The New Cambridge History of Japan, vol. 2, ed. David Howell. Cambridge University press, (forthcoming).
FLA Special Budget
Project Year: Apr 2019 - Mar 2020
Educational Innovation Program (Sophia University): Digital Humanities and Japanese History: New Approaches to Teaching History
Project Year: Apr 2018 - Mar 2021
Kyōshokuin Innovation Program
Project Year: Jan 2018 - Sep 2018
Innovation Program Reacting to the Past: New Approaches to Critical Thinking and Japanese History
Sophia University: 
Project Year: Apr 2012 - Mar 2015    Investigator(s): Gramlich-Oka
Sophia University, Universityーwide Collaborative Project Historical and spatial examination of networks in Asia
Sophia University: 
Project Year: Apr 2012 - Mar 2014    Investigator(s): Gramlich-Oka, Bettina

Others

 
Apr 2016
Chief Editor of Monumenta Nipponica