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Daniel SAID MONTEIRO

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Ph.D. Candidate in Japanese Intellectual History, University of Paris (Paris Diderot)

INSPIRE Fellow at Université Sorbonne Paris Cité
daniel.said@univ-paris-diderot.fr

Dissertation title
The circulation of cosmological knowledge in mid Edo Japan : a study of the writings of Nishikawa Joken (1648-1724) and his milieu

Previous education
M.A. in Japanese Studies, Université Paris Diderot, 2016
B.A. in Humanities, Yale University, 2014

Ph.D. advisors
Annick Horiuchi and Catherine Jami

Research interests

  • Circulation of cosmological knowledge in East Asia (16th to 18th century)
  • History of science in Nagasaki during the Edo period
  • Role of interpreters for the Dutch and Chinese in the diffusion of foreign knowledge in early modern Japan

Scientific activities
2019-2020 Foreign researcher at the Historiographical Institute, The University of Tokyo
2017-2018 Research student at the Keio Institute of Oriental Classics

Presentations and conference papers

Teaching
2018-2019 French-Japanese translation and Japanese text comprehension for first-year students in the Japanese major