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Name: HAN Yi

Research FellowPh.D., Professor

Residence: Sep 2004 – now 

Departments and Research Group: Study Office of the Ancient History of Science and Technology, IHNS, CAS

 

Education

 

Chinese Academy of SciencesPost-doctorSep, 2004—August, 2007.

Hebei UniversityDoctor of historySep, 2001—June, 2004.

Northwest Normal UniversityMaster of historySep, 1998—June, 2001.

Northwest Normal UniversityBachelor of historySep, 1994—June, 1998.

 

Employment History

 

Institute for the History of Natural SciencePost-doctorSep, 2004—August, 2007.

Institute for the History of Natural ScienceAssistant professorIHNS, CAS, Sep, 2007—Dec, 2007.

Institute for the History of Natural ScienceAssociate professorIHNS, CAS, Jan, 2008—Mar,2013.

Max-Planck Institute for the History of Science, GermanyVisiting scholarMar, 2008-Jun, 2008.

Institute for the History of Natural Science,ProfessorIHNS, CAS, April, 2014—Now.

 

Research Interest/Areas

 

History of traditional Chinese medicine, history of epidemical disease, and philology of the history of science and technology and others.

 

Major Research Activities

 

1. A Study of the Compilation and Dissemination of Medical Recipe Book in the Song Dynasty.

Sustentation Fund: Program of “One-Three-Five” Strategic Planning, IHNS, CAS.

Period of time: Jan, 2012-Dec, 2015.

2. A Study of the Prevalence and Prevention of Livestock Epidemics in the Song Dynasty.

Sustentation Fund: supported by the State Key Laboratory of Veterinary Etiological Biology, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences.

Period of time: Jan, 2010-Dec, 2011.

3. The Study of Major Epidemic Emergencies and Social Preventive Measures in the Song Dynasty.

Sustentation Fund: National Science Foundation Research Grant.

Period of time: July, 2007-June, 2012.

4. State Governance and Development of MedicineA Study of Song Imperial Edicts on Medicine.

Sustentation Fund: “Chinese Postdoctoral Fund” Parts of “Hundred Talent Program” of Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Period of time: Sep, 2004-Aug, 2007.

Courses Taught

Graduate course,“Philology of the History of Science and Technology”.

 

Selected Publications

Books and Monographs

 

Book

    1. HAN yI, Pandemic During the Song Dynasty:Prevalence and Prevention, Beijing:The Commerical Press,2015. 

    2. HAN Yi, State Governance and Development of MedicineA Study of Song Imperial Edicts on Medicine, Beijing: Chinese Science and Technology Press, 2014.

 

Book Chapters

  1. HAN Yi, “Regional Economy in Song Dynasty”, the General History of Liao, Song, Xia and Jin Dynasty, Chapter 10, Edited by Qi Xia. Beijing: People Press, 2010.pp. 445-473.
  2. HAN Yi, “Islam in Song Dynasty”, the General History of Liao, Song, Xia and Jin Dynasty, Chapter 3, Edited by Qi Xia. Beijing: People Press, 2010.pp. 77-84.
  3. HAN Yi, “Review of the study on the history of academic thought and culture in the Tang and Song Dynasties”, the Origin and Development of Tang-Song Transition, Edited by Li Huarui, Tianjin: Tianjin Ancient Books Publishing House, 2010. pp. 448-504.

Articles Published

  1. Han Yi, "The Compilation, Content and Spread of Qingli Shanjiu Formula", Chinese Journal of Medical History, 2015, 45 (1): 44-49.
  2. Han Yi, Li Weixia, "Knowledge and Clinical Application of Pspralea Corylifolia in Song Dynasty", Journal of Hebei University, 2015, 40 (3): 1-8.
     
  3. Sun xiaochun, Han yi, The Northern Song State’s Financial Support for Astronomy, East Asian Science, Technology and Medicine, 2013 (38): 17-54.
  4. HAN Yi, “The Prevalence of Cattle Epidemics and Its Responses in the Han and Tang Dynasties”, Chinese Journal of Medical History, 2013, 43 (2): 80-87.
  5. HAN Yi, “The History Lesson from the Song Government Response to Epidemic Diseases”, People’s Tribune, 2013, (402): 78-80.
  6. HAN Yi, “The Song Government’s Attitude and Treatment to Epidemic Diseases”, Knowledge of literature and history, 2013, (7): 13-19.
  7. HAN Yi, “Japanese Scholars’ Study on the History of Science and Technology of the Song Dynasty in the 20th Century”The Chinese Journal for the History of Science and Technology, 2012, 33(3): 272-284.
  8. HAN Yi, “The Control and Transformation to Witch Doctor in Northern Song China”, The Chinese Journal for the History of Science and Technology, 2011, 32(suppl1): 106-130.
  9. HAN Yi, “The Prevalence and prevention of Cattle Epidemics in Song dynasty”, Chinese Journal of Medical History, 2011,41 (4): 208-213.
  10. HAN Yi, “The Prevalence and prevention of Horse Acute pharyngitis in the Han and Tang dynasty”, Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, 2011, (6): 72-75.
  11. HAN Yi, “Tai Ping Sheng Hui fang (Taiping Holy Prescriptions for Universal Relief) and the Compilation During the Early Sony Dynasty”, Chinese Journal of Medical History, 2010, 40 (4): 198-205.
  12. HAN Yi, “the Buddhist’s Understanding and Responding to the Confucian opposition to Buddhism”, Lanzhou Academic Journal, 2010, 197 (2): 1-12.
  13. HAN Yi, “The Prevalence and prevention of Horse Epidemics in Southern Song dynasty”, International Social Science Journal, 2009, 26 (3): 66-79.
  14. HAN Yi, “The Serious Plague in Kaifeng in the third year of Chun Hua of the northern Song Dynasty and the Government’s Response”, Chinese Journal of Medical History, 2008,38 (2): 72-75.
  15. HAN Yi,“Countermeasures for the Government of Song Dynasty against the Epidemic Disease in Troops”Military History2008, (1): 22-27.
  16. HAN Yi. “The Imperial Edicts on Medicine and its impact on the development of Medicine in Song Dynasty”Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicinal Literature, 2008, (1): 4-72008 (1): 10-12.
  17. HAN Yi, “Earthquake Disasters in Tibet in the Song Dynasty and the Measures against Them”, China Tibetology, 2008, (3): 153-159.
  18. HAN Yi, “Borderlines and Intersections: Knowledge Spheres in Pre-Modern China, 10th -18th Centuries”, Studies in the History of Natural Science, 2008272):257-262.
  19. HAN Yi, “Artisanal Practice and Popular Culture in Late Imperial China”, The Chinese Journal for the History of Science and Technology, 2008, 28(4): 399-402.
  20. HAN Yi, “The Livestock’s Epidemic Diseases and the Governance of the Song State”, The Chinese Journal for the History of Science and Technology, 2007, 28 (2): 132-146. Another seeing China University Academic Abstracts, 2007, (4): 160. Science and the State in the Song Dynasty, Edited by Sun Xiaochun Zeng Xiongsheng, Beijing: China Science and Technology Press, 2007, pp. 142-159.
  21. HAN Yi, “State Governance and Development of Medicine- A Study of Song Imperial Edicts on Medicine and Related Problems”, Journal of Guangxi University for Nationalities (Natural Science Edition), 2007, 13 (3):16-18.
  22. HAN Yi, “Exhibiting the scientific and technological achievements in ancient China by Way of Noun Term of History of Science and Technology”, China Terminology, 2007,9 (2): 46-49.
  23. HAN Yi, “Time and Landscape of Epidemic Diseases and Its impact on Society in Song Dynasty”, Scientific Research Monthly, 2006, 22 (10): 73-75.
  24. HAN Yi, “The Governance of the Song State and the Development of Science and Technology”, The Chinese Journal for the History of Science and Technology, 2006, 27 (4): 378-383.
  25. HAN Yi, “Review of a Book: History of the Studies of Wang Anshi’s Reformation”, Trends of Recent Researches on the History of China, 2006, (9): 31-32.
  26. HAN Yi, “The State and the Policy of Science and Technology in Song Dynasty”, The Books of ⅩⅫ International Congress of History of Science, Beijing, China, 2005, pp. 142.
  27. HAN Yi, “The Arabic Agricultural and Medicinal Materials Spread into China During the Tang and Song Dynasties”, Ancient and Modern Agriculture, 2005, 66 (4): 22-29.
  28. HAN Yi, “Mining and Metallurgy and the Song StateTechnology and Social Development”, The Chinese Journal for the History of Science and Technology, 2005, 26 (4): 358-361.
  29. HAN Yi, “The Buddhism’s Transition in Song Dynasty and Its Academic Meaning”, Journal of Qinghai Nationalities Institute, 2005, 31(2): 31-37.
  30. HAN Yi, “Investigation of Location of the Three Tombs of Song Dynasty in Qingyuan County of Hebei Province and Related Its Problems”, Chonnam History (in South Korea), 2004, (23): 136-149.
  31. HAN Yi, “Reappearing Civilization: Lapidarian Literature and the Astronomy of Song China “, Collections for studies of history of song dynasty, Vol.6, Baoding: Hebei University Press, 2004, pp. 475-498.
  32. HAN Yi, “Tradition and change: the Buddhist’s Understanding and Responding to the Confucian thought of Filial piety and Loyalty in the Song dynasty”, The central history(in South Korea), Vol 20, 2004.
  33. HAN Yi, “The Silk Road and the Islam Spread Into the Northwest China “, Journal of Qinghai Nationalities Institute, 2003, 116(4): 59-63. This paper was reprinted by Information Center for Social Sciences, RUC, 2004, 116(1): 113-117.
  34. HAN Yi, “Interpreting Buddhism Historiography in Song Dynasty From a General History of Chinese Buddhism”, Hebei Academic Journal, 2003, 23 (5): 167-171. This paper was reprinted by China Rend Social Sciences Information Center, No.11, 2003, pp. 51-59. 

Professional Memberships

 

Member of the China Assoclation for Song Dynasty Studies.

Member of the Asian Society for the History of Medicine.

Member of International Society for the History of East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine.

 

Talks and Presentations

 

1. 2012, Aug 19th-22th, Kaifeng, Henan Province, International symposium on the history of Song Liao Xia Jin Dynasty, “Prevalence and Prevention of Epidemic Disease in the Capital of Kaifeng in the Northern Song Dynasty”.

2. 2011, July 5th-6th, Beijing, 2011 International Young Scholars Seminar,“Japanese Scholars’ Study on the History of Science and Technology of the Song Dynasty in the 20th Century”.

3. 2011, Nov 10th-11th, Gaoxiong, Taiwan Province, 2011 Cross-Strait Conference on Science and Technology Heritage, “Song State’s Specification Management of Acupuncture and Its Impacts”.

4. 2010, Aug 19th-21th, WuhanHubei Province, “The Prevalence and prevention of Cattle Epidemics in Song dynasty”.

5. 2009Aug 3rd-9thBalinzuoqiInner Mongolia autonomous regionthe 3rd international academic seminar of the history of song liao Xia Jin yuan Dynasty between China and South Korea ,“Medicine Recipe Application of disease prevention in the Song dynasty”.

 

6. 2008Nov 3-6thLi jiang, Yunnan Province, China, the Fourth ASHM ConferencePolicies of Benevolence and Conducts of Medical book: the Spread of Taiping Shenghuifang in Song China——A Study on Knowledge Spheres of Medical Prescriptions and Society During the Song 960-1279.

7. 2008, Oct 14-16th, Baoding, Hebei University, the International Conference on the History and Future of Chinese civilization, Song State’s Collation and Printing to Medicinal literatures.

8. 2008, July 29th to Aug 4th, Kunming, Yunnan University, the 13th International Academic Symposium on the history of Song China, The Serious Plague in Kaifeng in the third year of Chunhua of the northern Song Dynasty and the Government’s Response.

9. 2008, June 19-21th, Beijing, China, the Symposium on the Artisanal Practice and Popular Culture in Late Imperial ChinaSong State’s Governance and Change to witch doctor.

10. 2005, July 23th, Beijing, China, The ⅩⅫ International Congress of History of Science, Science and Technology policy in the Song Dynasty.

 

Contact

 

Address: Institute for the History of Natural Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 55 ZHONGGUANCUN East Road

Beijing, 100190

Email: hanyi@ihns.ac.cn

Phone number: 010-57552590