Studies developments in medicine and sexology up to the time of the Su wen (1st part of Huangdi nei jing) including extensive reference to the sex manuals excavated at Mawangdui (Shiwen, [Ten questions], He yinyang [Uniting yin and yang], ...
Author: Jessieca Leo
Studies developments in medicine and sexology up to the time of the Su wen (1st part of Huangdi nei jing) including extensive reference to the sex manuals excavated at Mawangdui (Shiwen, [Ten questions], He yinyang [Uniting yin and yang], and Tianxia zhidao tan [Discourse of the Supreme Dao under Heaven]).
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 “The Production of Special Mental
States within the Framework of Sexual Body Techniques”; and Leo, Sex in the Yellow Emperor's Basic Questions. 6 Goldin, The Culture of Sex in Ancient China
Author: Howard Chiang
Publisher: University of Washington Press
What was sex like in China, from imperial times through the post-Mao era? The answer depends, of course, on who was having sex, where they were located in time and place, and what kind of familial, social, and political structures they participated in. This collection offers a variety of perspectives by addressing diverse topics such as polygamy, pornography, free love, eugenics, sexology, crimes of passion, homosexuality, intersexuality, transsexuality, masculine anxiety, sex work, and HIV/AIDS. Following a loose chronological sequence, the chapters examine revealing historical moments in which human desire and power dynamics came into play. Collectively, the contributors undertake a necessary historiographic intervention by reconsidering Western categorizations and exploring Chinese understandings of sexuality and erotic orientation.
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Author: Nancy A. Naples
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Social Science
An inclusive and accessible resource on the interdisciplinary study of gender and sexuality Companion to Sexuality Studies explores the significant theories, concepts, themes, events, and debates of the interdisciplinary study of sexuality in a broad range of cultural, social, and political contexts. Bringing together essays by an international team of experts from diverse academic backgrounds, this comprehensive volume provides original insights and fresh perspectives on the history and institutional regulatory processes that socially construct sex and sexuality and examines the movements for social justice that advance sexual citizenship and reproductive rights. Detailed yet accessible chapters explore the intersection of sexuality studies and fields such as science, health, psychology, economics, environmental studies, and social movements over different periods of time and in different social and national contexts. Divided into five parts, the Companion first discusses the theoretical and methodological diversity of sexuality studies.Subsequent chapters address the fields of health, science and psychology, religion, education and the economy. They also include attention to sexuality as constructed in popular culture, as well as global activism, sexual citizenship, policy, and law. An essential overview and an important addition to scholarship in the field, this book: Draws on international, postcolonial, intersectional, and interdisciplinary insights from scholars working on sexuality studies around the world Provides a comprehensive overview of the field of sexuality studies Offers a diverse range of topics, themes, and perspectives from leading authorities Focuses on the study of sexuality from the late nineteenth century to the present Includes an overview of the history and academic institutionalization of sexuality studies The Companion to Sexuality Studies is an indispensable resource for scholars, researchers, instructors, and students in gender, sexuality, and feminist studies, interdisciplinary programs in cultural studies, international studies, and human rights, as well as disciplines such as anthropology, psychology, history, education, human geography, political science, and sociology.
In Global Hakka: Hakka Identity in the Remaking Jessieca Leo offers a needed update on Hakka history and a reassessment on Hakka identity in the global and transnational contexts, and views the concept of 'being Hakka' in the 21st century ...
Author: Jessieca Leo
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
In "Global Hakka: Hakka Identity in the Remaking" Jessieca Leo offers a needed update on Hakka history and a reassessment on Hakka identity in the global and transnational contexts, and views the concept of being Hakka in the 21st century as Hakkaness a quality determined by lifestyle and personal choice."
The View on Life of TCM Health Cultivation Basic Questions (Sù Wèn,素问)
mentions that “human is born from the qi in the heaven and the earth and created
in ... Meanwhile, the work also points out that yin and yang are the origin of life
The Yellow Emperor's Inner Classic (Huáng Dì Nèi Jīng,黄帝内经) as in “(human
life) ... It notes not only the change with age but also the physiological differences
Author: Zhanwen Liu
Practices for maintaining optimum health and prolonging life, or yang sheng, have been a part of Chinese culture for thousands of years, and health cultivation is an important component of Chinese Medicine. Health cultivation is related to methods of disease prevention involving exercises and practices that aim to improve the individual constitution while maintaining harmony within the body. A broad range of practices involving both body and mind have been collected here. This book contains twenty chapters, beginning with an introduction to the historical development and basic concepts of yang sheng. Health cultivation methods provided in this book include dietary methods, sexual practices, spirit-cultivation exercises, medicinal herbs, geomancy (feng shui), tui na massage, qi gong exercise, and many other specific practices for promoting health in all stages of life.
GENERATION IN MEDICAL THEORY The process of sexual maturation is
described in the canonical Huangdi neijing and ... However, the two books that
form the core of the canon, the "Basic Questions" (Suwen) and the "Divine Pivot"
Author: Francesca Bray
Publisher: Univ of California Press
In this feminist history of eight centuries of private life in China, Francesca Bray inserts women into the history of technology and adds technology to the history of women. Bray takes issue with the Orientalist image that traditional Chinese women were imprisoned in the inner quarters, deprived of freedom and dignity, and so physically and morally deformed by footbinding and the tyrannies of patriarchy that they were incapable of productive work. She proposes a concept of gynotechnics, a set of everyday technologies that define women's roles, as a creative new way to explore how societies translate moral and social principles into a web of material forms and bodily practices. Bray examines three different aspects of domestic life in China, tracing their developments from 1000 to 1800 A.D. She begins with the shell of domesticity, the house, focusing on how domestic space embodied hierarchies of gender. She follows the shift in the textile industry from domestic production to commercial production. Despite increasing emphasis on women's reproductive roles, she argues, this cannot be reduced to childbearing. Female hierarchies within the family reinforced the power of wives, whose responsibilities included ritual activities and financial management as well as the education of children.
These ancient classics provided very explicit instructions regarding techniques of
sexual intercourse. ... sexology and traditional Chinese medicine, which was also
emphasized in the Yellow Emperor's Canon of Medicine, ... The book consists of
two sections, the Plain Questions (Su Wen), written in the form of a dialogue, and
the Miraculous Pivot, also known as the Canon of Acupuncture (Ling Shu).
Author: Fang Fu Ruan
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
In this fascinating and up-to-date book, the author surveys the ancient assumptions about sexual practices and ideas in China, and then examines present day China with brief descriptions of homosexuality, lesbianism, transvestism, transsexualism, and prostitution. The history of various areas of sexological interest are covered, including sexual philosophy, classical sexological literature, Taoist sexual myths and techniques, erotic fiction, and the political regulation of sexual rights.
It may also be noted that two very frequently used medical reference books in
China are called The Yellow Emperor ' s Classic of Internal ... The basic findings
and precepts in several sex guides – according to old Chinese herbalists and
scholars - were conceived , if not ... The Emperor ' s eagerness to improve his
fighting capability led him to question and conduct discourses with many officials
as well ...
The latter defines disease individually , with symptoms and treatment depending
on age and sex as well as on ... The basic treatise of Chinese medicine , Huangdi
Neijing suwen ( The Elementary Questions from the Yellow Emperor ' s ...
nese method involved both intromission without ejaculation and the specific
strategy of “ making the sperm return " ; that is , “ at the ... Huangdi neijing : Su
wen ( The Yellow Emperor ' s Inner Canon : Basic Questions ) , juan 2 , “ Si gi tiao
shen da lun " ( Discourse on the ... erotic scripts in fact produce desire , and
societies that give sex great cultural importance are stimulating and multiplying
desire itself .
Author: Gail Hershatter
Category: Social Science
This first significant collection of essays on women in China in more than two decades captures a pivotal moment in a cross-cultural - and interdisciplinary - dialogue. For the first time, the voices of China-based scholars are heard alongside scholars positioned in the United States. The distinguished contributors to this volume are of different generations, hold citizenship in different countries, and were trained in different disciplines, but all embrace the shared project of mapping gender in China and making power-laden relationships visible. The essays take up gender issues from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. Chapters focus on learned women in the eighteenth century, the changing status of contemporary village women, sexuality and reproduction, prostitution, women's consciousness, women's writing, the gendering of work, and images of women in contemporary Chinese fiction. Some of the liveliest disagreements over the usefulness of western feminist theory and scholarship on China take place between Chinese working in China and Chinese in temporary or longtime diaspora. Engendering China will appeal to a broad academic, spectrum, including scholars of Asian studies, critical theory, feminist studies, cultural studies, and policy studies.