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Guita Winkel

University Lecturer Anthropology of Modern Japan

Dr. M. Winkel
+31 71 527 2547

Guita Winkel is Coordinator of studies at the Leiden University Institute for Area Studies.

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Coordinator of studies

For questions, please send an email to: stucomaas@hum.leidenuniv.nl.

University Lecturer Anthropology of Modern Japan

  • Faculty of Humanities
  • Leiden Institute for Area Studies
  • SAS Japan

Work address

Matthias de Vrieshof
Matthias de Vrieshof 4
2311 BZ Leiden
Room number 103a


Coordinator of Studies

  • Faculty of Humanities
  • Onderwijs- en Studentzaken
  • Studieadvies en -coordinatie

Work address

Matthias de Vrieshof
Matthias de Vrieshof 4
2311 BZ Leiden
Room number 1.03a


  • Winkel M. & Uhlenbeck G.C. (2012), A Possible Source for Hiroshige’s Compositional Technique: Gakutei’s Ichirō gafu. In: Schaap R. (Ed.) t.b.a..: Society of Japanese Art. book chapter
  • Winkel M. (2012), Entertainment and education: an antiquarian society in Edo, 1824-25. In: Teeuwen M.J., Beerens A. (Eds.) Uncharted waters: Intellectual life in the Edo period. Essays in honour of W.J. Boot. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers. 13-34. book chapter
  • Winkel M. (2011), review Inge Daniëls “The Japanese House” Review of: Daniëls I (2010) The Japanese House: Material Culture in the Modern Home, Etnofoor 23: 193-199. book review
  • Winkel M. (2010), Scripts and Shapes: The interplay of Chinese characters and Japanese syllabaries in Early Modern Japan. In: Voogt A. de, Finkel I. (Eds.) The Idea of Writing. Play and Complexity. Leiden/Boston: Brill. 27-42. book chapter
  • Winkel M. (2009), Rezension/review Review of: (2005|2006) Japan Extolled and Decried: Carl Peter Thunberg and the Shogun's Realm, 1775-1796 (Timon Screech)|Secret Memoirs of the Shoguns: Isaac Titsingh and Japan, 1779-1822 (Timon Screech), Horin. Vergleichende Studien zur japanischen Kultur 15. book review
  • Winkel M. & Uhlenbeck G.C. (Eds.) (2005), Japanese erotic fantasies: sexual imagery of the Edo period.. Amsterdam: Hotei Publishing KIT. editorship of book
  • Winkel M. (2004), Discovering different dimensions : explorations of culture and history in early modern Japan (PhD thesis). Supervisor(s) and Co-supervisor(s):Boot W.J. PhD thesis
  • Winkel M. (2003), Review of: Walle W.F. van der, Kasaya K. (2001) Dodonæus in Japan. Translation and the Scientific Mind in the Tokugawa Period., IIAS Newsletter (Special Issue, The Asia-Pacific War 60 Years On: History and Memory) #32: p.32. book review
  • Smits I.B. & Winkel M. (2000), 400 Years Japanese-Dutch Relations: Introduction, IIAS Newsletter (Special Issue, The Asia-Pacific War 60 Years On: History and Memory) 22: 6-6. article in journal
  • Smits I.B. & Winkel M. (Eds.) (2000), Themanummer "400 years Japanese-Dutch Relations". Leiden: NN. editorship of book
  • Winkel M. (2000), The women of the pleasure quarter. In: Kyrova M. (Ed.) The ear catches the eye. Music in japanese prints. Leiden: Hotei Publishing. book chapter
  • Winkel M. (1999), Academic traditions, urban dynamics and colonial threat: The rise of ethnography in early modern Japan. In: Bremen J. van, Shimizu A. (Eds.) Anthropology and colonialism in Asia and Oceania. Richmond (UK): Curzon Press. book chapter
  • Winkel M. (1998), Japan ziet Rusland. Een Japans Schipbreukelingenverslag uit 1794.. In: Oosters Genootschap van Nederland. Leiden. conference paper
  • Winkel M. (1998), Souvenirs from Japan. Japanese photography at the turn of the century.. London: Bamboo Publishing Ltd.. book
  • Nederlands Genootschap voor Japanse Studiën penningmeester
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