Teacher: Patrick Stanley Dannis, MCCARTNEY
Course Code: JK09003
This course takes a transcultural approach to explore the Humanities and ways of understanding our worlds and our places in them.
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This course aims to develop the academic skills of students specializing in the humanities, and assist them in furthering their participation in research with an international audience. It will focus on reading, writing and discussion/ presentation in English.
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This course introduces useful and essential skills of academic research to new students in the Joint Degree in Transcultural Studies program.
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Teacher: KANNO Yūka
Course Code: JK14001
This course engages major debates in feminist and queer film theory and criticism.
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In this lecture, we will study multiple traditions of documentary film.
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This course aims to provide students with the overview of economic and business history from global perspectives.
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In this lecture, students will learn about the theory and practice of various qualitative research methods, such as participant observation, which is based on the separation of researcher and participant, and action research, which is not based on the separation of researcher/subject.
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This course is designed as a general introduction to the theory and practice of Indian aesthetics.
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Foundational lecture series that introduces students to diverse disciplinary approaches enabling them to frame their own studies of transcultural phenomena and perspectives.
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This course invites us to reflect upon the multiplicity of environments and environmental thinking around the world, at a moment defined by global-scale environmental crises and human impacts.
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