eJIM, the eJournal of Indian medicine, is a multidisciplinary periodical that publishes studies on traditional South Asian medical systems by qualified scholars in philology, medicine, pharmacology, botany, anthropology and sociology. Authors from India, Sri Lanka and adjoining countries are cordially invited to contribute.
eJIM does not publish:
- pharmacological articles without accompanying clinical studies,
- ethnobiological articles.
eJIM is an Open Access publication and makes no charge either to authors or to readers. All articles and the Archives can be accessed without registration. Registered users, however, will be notified by email on publication of an issue of the journal, new books, or news items.
The counterpart of eJIM is ABIM, the Annotated Bibliography of Indian Medicine, maintained by Jan Meulenbeld. See the link GO TO ABIM top right.
IIAS support for Maarten Bode
|In 2012 the International Institute of Asian Studies (IIAS), Leiden University, has offered Maarten Bode institutional and logistic support for building, strengthening and consolidating a research network for the contemporary relevance of Indian Medical Heritage (InMerit_RN).
ten scholars on Traditional Indian Medicine
|Maarten Bode presents articles from ten scholars on Traditional Indian Medicine in the IIAS Newsletter 65 of Autumn 2013.|
Vol 8, No 1
Table of Contents
|'The missī-stained finger-tip of the fair': A cultural history of teeth and gum blackening in South Asia|
|Thomas J. Zumbroich||1-32|
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