Margaret Dorothea Mehl

Margaret Dorothea Mehl

Associate Professor


  1. 2020
  2. Published

    Rokumeikan de mau: Josei no arata na yakuwari

    Mehl, Margaret Dorothea & Yokoyama, C. (Translator), 2020, Kokusaiteki shiya kara miru kindai Nihon no joseish: seijikeizai, rôdô, skushuaritî . Tomida, H., Gordon, D. & Yokoyama, C. (eds.). Tokyo: Keio University Press, p. 328-356

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  3. Published

    Transmutations of the Confucian Academy in Japan: Private Academies of Chinese Learning (kangaku juku漢学塾) in Late Tokugawa and Meiji Japan as a Reflection and Motor of Epistemic Change

    Mehl, Margaret Dorothea, 2020, Confucian Academies in East Asia. Glomb, V., Lee, E-J. & Gehlmann, M. (eds.). Brill Academic Publishers, p. 126–156 30 p. (Science and Religion in East Asia, Vol. 3).

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  4. Published

    Verbote der Bon-Tänze in den Präfekturen Kashiwazaki und Niigata (1872/73)

    Mehl, Margaret Dorothea, 2020, Wege zur japanischen Geschichte. Quellen aus dem 10. bis 21. Jahrhundert in deutscher Übersetzung. Festschrift für Regine Mathias anlässlich ihres 65. Geburtstags. Scherer, A. & Schmidtpott, K. (eds.). Universität Hamburg, Vol. 148. (MOAG).

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  5. Published

    Ôkubo Toshiaki to kindai shigakushi kenkyû” 「大久保利兼と近代史学史研究」

    Mehl, Margaret Dorothea, 2020, Meiji ga rekishi ni natta toki: shigakushi to shite no Ôkubo Toshiaki『. Satô 佐藤, Y. 雄基. (ed.). Tokyo: Bensey, p. 64–85 20 p.

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  6. Published

    “Chinese Learning (Kangaku) between Classical and National Scholarship.”

    Mehl, Margaret Dorothea, 2020, Japan’s Past and Present. Almqvist, K. & Duke Bergman, Y. (eds.). Stockholm: Bokförlaget Stolpe

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