Alumni

Michael Stanley-Baker

Postdoctoral Fellow (Feb 2017-Aug 2017)

PhD

Michael Stanley-Baker specializes in the history of Chinese medicine and religion, particularly Daoism.  He received his PhD from University College London, and has worked and studied at Indiana University, Bloomington; Academia Sinica, Taipei; and the Needham Institute, Cambridge.  He has done fieldwork with healers in Taiwan and China, and also has a clinical degree in Chinese medicine from Ruseto College, Boulder CO. He currently serves as treasurer on the council of the International Association for the Study of Traditional Asian Medicines, and as an associate of the UCL China Centre for Health and Humanities.

Projects

No current projects were found for this scholar.

Charting Interior and Exterior Worlds: Towards a Social Geography of Medieval Chinese Healthcare

MEHR

Mapping Drugs across Epistemic and Geographic Domains in Early Medieval China

MEHR

Mapping Drugs in Early Medieval China

MEHR

Selected Publications

Stanley-Baker, Michael (2021). “Ge xianweng zhouhou beiji fang 葛仙翁肘後備急方.” In Daozang jiyao: tiyao 道藏輯要 提要 [Companion to the Essentials of the Daoist Canon], ed. Lai Chi Tim 黎志添, 809–819. Xianggang: Xianggang Zhongwen daxue chubanshe.

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Stanley-Baker, Michael, Chen Shih-Pei 陳詩沛, Chang Tuan 張端, Tu Hsieh-chang 杜協昌, Hung Joey 洪振洲, and Hung I-mei 洪一梅 (2020). “Bencaojing jizhu 本草經集注.” DocuSky. https://doi.org/10.6681/NTURCDH.DB_DocuSkyBencaojing/Text.

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Stanley-Baker, Michael, Xu Duoduo 許多多, and William Eng Keat Chong (2020). “Bencaojing jizhu 本草經集注 In Three Layers.” DR-NTU (Data). V4 (28.08.2020). https://doi.org/10.21979/N9/K4WS29.

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Stanley-Baker, Michael (2020). “Daoism and Disease in China and Diaspora.” Fieldsights (Hot Spots) 23.06.2020. https://culanth.org/fieldsights/daoism-and-disease-in-china-and-diaspora.

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Past Events

Workshop

Sacred Cures: Situating Medicine and Religion in Asia

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Workshop

Unusual Lives: Historicizing Life as a Problem of Knowledge

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Konferenz

Studies of Knowledge in Eurasia and Africa: Issues of Methodology and Future Perspectives

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Presentations, Talks, & Teaching Activities

Tracking Material Practice: Searching for Situated Knowledge of Asian Drugs in Medieval Chinese Religious Texts
跟踪物質實踐: 搜索情境化的亞洲醫藥知識與中國中古宗教文獻為例

7th International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities 2016

DADH
New Digital and Critical Tools for the History of Medicine and Religion

Wellcome Library History of Premodern Medicine Seminar

Transforming the Archive: Digital and Critical Tools to for Situating Medicine in the Daoist and Buddhist Canons

American Association of Asian Studies, Toronto

AAS
Transforming the Archives of Chinese Medicine and Religion

Stanford DHAsia Residency

DHAsia