(Last updated : 2024-01-19 16:54:12)
  IIJIMA Wataru
   Department   Aoyama Gakuin University  Department of History, College of Literature
   Position   Professor
■ Specialization and related fields
History of Asia and Africa, Economic history 
■ Business career
1. 2004/04~ Aoyama Gakuin University College of Literature Department of History Professor
■ Belonging society
1. 2016/06~ Association for Asian Studies(AAS)
■ Book and thesis
1. Article Jishuku as a Japanese way for anti-COVID-19: Some Basic Reflections Historical Social Research 33,pp.284-301 (Single) 2021
2. Article A Hidden Journey of Insect Flower:Globalization of Pyrethrum in the Twentieth Century Aoyama-Shigaku 37 (Single) 2018
3. Article ”A Hidden History of Malaria in 20th Century Japan”, Epidemics and Pandemics in Historical Perspective,  pp.329-340 (Collaboration) 2016/07
4. Article The Patriotic Hygiene Campaign(愛国衛生運動) and Restructuring of Society in China: Historical Meaning of the Institutionalization of Public Health 范燕秋主編『多元鑲嵌與創造轉化:台湾公共衛生百年史』遠流出版  (Single) 2011
5. Article The establishment of Japanese Colonial Medicine: Infectious and Parasitic Disease Studies in Taiwan, Manchuria, and Korea under the J apanese Rule before WWII   (Single) 2010/03
■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2021/09/07 Pandemic and Endemic in East Asian History (The Sixth Biennial Conference of East Asian Environmental History)
2. 2019/10/26 “Who were the Authors of the Medical Reports of the Medical Reports:Medicine and Pubric Health Networks by the Chinese Maritime Customs in the late Night Century East Asia" (The Fifth Biennial Conference of East Asian Environmental History)
3. 2019/10/11 Anti-filariasis Connections:Cooperative Program to control filalariasis between Korea and Japan (The Joint-Research Meeting on the urban Health)
4. 2018/11/11 Historicalization of Tropical Medicine :Archiving of the Basic Materials of Japanese Tropical Medicine and Parasitic Disease Studies (第59回日本熱帯医学会大会)
5. 2016/09 Local and Global Perspectives to control infectious disease; Case study on Lymphatic Filariasis (LF) in East Asia and the World (Global Perspective: Dialogue between West and East on History of Medicine)
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