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4th International Conference on
The History of Medicine in Southeast Asia (HOMSEA 2012)
http://www.fas.nus.edu.sg/hist/homsea/conference.html

To be held in Solo (Surakarta)
2-5 July 2012
to coincide with
IAHA 2012 (International Association of Historians of Asia)

Organised by:
PERSEKIN
(Perhimpunan Sejarah Kedoktoran Indonesia /
Indonesian Association of the History of Medicine)

With support from:
The University of Indonesia
KITLV
University of Sydney
The Canada Research Chair in Health Care Pluralism, Université de Montréal (Canada)

Program HOMSEA

Monday 2 July

1.30 – 2.00 pm

Opening

Rethy Chhem , president HOMSEA

Kartono Mohamad, president PERSEKIN

Wang Gungwu, NUS, TBC

2.00 – 3.30 pm

 

Disease and Political (In)stability

Chair:

  1. Promoters of Health, Preachers of Consciousness: The Philippine Islands Anti-Tuberculosis Society and its Crusade Against Spitting in the American Philippines, 1910-1946
    Aaron Rom O. Moralina, Ateneo de Manila University
  2. A Pox on the House of Nguyen: The Social and Political Effects of Smallpox on the Last Royal Dynasty of Vietnam
    Michele Thompson, Southern Connecticut State University
  3. Komiks and Public Health Policies during the Japanese Occupation Period in the Philippines
    Karl Ian Uy Cheng Chua, Ateneo de Manila University

3.30 – 4.00 pm

break

4.00 - 5.00 pm

Medical Professionalization and Nation-Building

Chair:

  1. Healers in the Medical Marketplace: Traditional Medical Practitioners, Medicosand Licensed Physicians in Nineteenth Century Philippines
    Mercedes Planta
  2. Reflections on Medicine’s Modernist Project in Indonesia
    Mary-Jo Delvecchio Good, Harvard University

5.00 – 6.00 pm

HOMSEA Plenary Address

Chair:

The Unending Dialogue of Past and the Present in Medicine
Firman Lubis, University of Indonesia 

7.00 – 9.30 pm

Opening Ceremony

 

Tuesday 3 July

 8.00 – 10.15 am

Plenary Session IAHA

10.15 – 10.30 am

Break

10.30 – 12.30 am

Medical Education in Indonesia

Chair:

  1. Indonesian Medical Education: The Role of the SEARO, International Aid, and the Implementation of Public Health during the 1950s
    Vivek Neelakantan, University of Sydney
  2. Midwifery Education inDutch East Indies, 1850-1915
    Liesbeth Hesselink, Independent Scholar
  3. The Oldest Medical School in Indonesia
    S. Somadikarta, University of Indonesia

Commentator: John Harley Warner, Yale University

12.30 – 1.15 pm

Lunch

1.15 – 3.15 pm

Traditional Medicines in Southeast Asia, I

Chair: 

  1. Continuity and Changes: The Evolution of Burmese Traditional Medicine
    CéCoderey, IRSEA, Marseille 
  2. Making Medicine, Materializing a Cure:the Therapeutic Efficacy of Shamanic Based Healing Among the Orang Sakai of Riau (Sumatra)
    Nathan Porath, Pechabun Rajhabat University 
  3. Indigenous Medical Traditions in a Frontier Society
    Sebastianus Nawiyanto, University of
  4. as Curer and Converter: History of Islamic Medicine in Early Indonesia
    Jennifer W. Nourse, University of Virginia

3.15 – 3.45 pm

Break

3.45-4.45 pm

Traditional Medicines in Southeast Asia, II

  1. The Undeclared War: Combating Malaria and Dysentery and Reviving Indigenous Medicine in the Philippines during the Japanese Occupation Period
    Arnel E. Joven, University of Asia and the Pacific

Commentator: C. Michele Thompson, Southern Connecticut State University

4.45 – 5.45 pm

HOMSEA Plenary Address

Exile and Healing: The Boven Digoel camp in the Dutch East Indies, 1927-1943
Rudolf Mrázek, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

7.00 – 9.00 pm

HOMSEA Dinner

 

Wednesday July 4

8.00 – 9.00 am

Institutions for Health, from Public to Private Endeavours

Chair:

  1. Revisiting Bilbid and Iwahig: Prison Hospitals in the American Occupied Philippines
    Francis Gealogo, Ateneo de Manila University
  2. Non-State Hospitals in Indonesia: The Evolutive Change since the Colonial Period
    Laksono TrisnantoroBaha’uddin, Universitas Gadjah Mada

9.00 – 10.00 am

HOMSEA Plenary Address

‘Cholera’ Before and After 1817 in Indonesia
Peter Boomgaard, KITLV

10.00 – 10.30 am

Break

10.30 am – 12.30 pm

Leprosy in Southeast Asia

Chair: 

  1. United States Policy on Leper Segregation in the Philippines,1906-1935
    Antonio C. Galang, Jr., University of the
  2. Comparing Leprosy in Two Dutch Colonial Contexts
    Frank Huisman, Utrecht
  3. Leprosy in the Dutch East Indies: The Medical Debate on Hereditarianism and Contagionism
    Leo Van Bergen, KITLV

Commentator: Warwick Anderson, University of Sydne

12.30 – 1.15 pm

Lunch

1.15 – 2.15 pm

Mobility, Morbidity and Urban Settings

Chair:

  1. Public Health Organization in Modern Bangkok: Rulers’ Thinking, External Pressures and Habitants’ Reaction
    Nipaporn Ratchatapattanakul, Thammasat
  2. Two Birds with One Stone: Health Concerns in the Process of Urban Transport “Modernization” in American-Occupied Manila
    Michael D. Pante, Ateneo de Manila University

2.15 – 3.45 pm

Workshop on the History of Psychiatry in Indonesia

Byron Good, Mary-Jo Delvecchio Good, Hans Pols, Denny Thong and others

3.15 – 3.45 pm

Break

3.45 – 6.00 pm

Solo Batik Festival

7.00 – 9.00 pm

Dinner hosted by the Mayor of Solo

 

Thursday 5 July

8.00 – 10.00 am

Circulation and Construction of Medical Knowledge in Southeast Asia

Chair:

  1. Southeast Asian Medicine in the 18th Century: Notes from Linnaean Travel Accounts
    David Dunér, Lund
  2. Visualizing the Geography of Diseases in East Asia, 1870s-1930s
    Marta Hanson, Johns Hopkins
  3. Social Institutions as Moderators of Cross-Cultural Knowledge Transfer: The Dutch East India Company in Pre-Colonial Southeast Asia
    Matthew Sargent, University of California,
  4. Exploiting Quinine: From the Tropical Forests of the Andes to the Government Plantations of the Dutch East Indies, 1850-1900
    Arjo Roersch van der Hoogte and Toine Pieters, Utrecht University

10.00 – 10.30 am

Break

10.30 am – 12.30 pm

Doctors, Migrations and Medical Practice

Chair:

  1. Dr. Tung goes to China: Revisiting Ton That Tung's Travels in the Socialist World, 1951-75
    Michitake Aso, National University of
  2. A Doctor and a Reformer: Dr. Willem Bosch on the Welfare of Java 1851-1869
    Rupalee Verma, University of Delhi TBC* 
  3. Czech Physicians in the Dutch East Indies
    Jan Mrázek, National University of Singapore

12.30 – 1.15 pm

Lunch

1.15 – 3.15 pm

Global Movements, Local Concerns

Chair:

  1. Cattle for the Colonizers: Veterinary Medicine in French Indochina
    Annick Guénel and Sylvia Klingberg, CASE (Centre Asie du Sud-Est), CNRS-
  2. Approaches to Women’s Health in Laos, 1969-2000
    Kathryn Sweet, National University of Singapore
  3. The Tropical Persists?: The ROK (Republic of Korea) Military and its Public Health in the Vietnam Context, 1965-1973
    John Di Moia, National University of
  4. Of Ethics and Profit: Opium Addiction as Health Issue in the Late Colonial Indonesia, 1910s-1940
    Abdul Wahid, Utrecht University/UGM Yogyakarta

3.15 – 3.45

Concluding remarks

4.00  – 5.30 pm

Trip to Prambanan Temple

6.00 – 7.00 pm

Dinner

7.00 – 9.00

Prambanan Ballet Dance

 

Friday 6 July

Excursion

Organized by PERSEKIN (Perhimpunan Sejarah Kedoktoran Indonesia; Indonesian Association of the History of Medicine)

Informasi lebih lanjut pada : http://www.fas.nus.edu.sg/hist/homsea/conference.html