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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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 course we will consider issues around the understanding and evaluation of other cultures.
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The aim of this special lecture is to introduce the participants into the field of philosophy of science through lectures focusing on classic and basic papers in the field.
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Teacher: Anastasia FEDOROVA
Course Code: JK14002
This course explores the rich history of cultural encounters between Japan and Russia, starting in the Edo period and leading to the two countries’ latest attempts at co-producing animated films.
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Teacher: Tao PAN
Course Code: JK09001
This course is designed for the study foci “Knowledge, Belief and Religion” (KBR) and “Visual, Media and Material Cultures” (VMC) and consists of the following three parts:
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Teacher: Lauri KITSNIK
Course Code: JK11003
What is modern Japanese architecture and when did it begin? How were ideas coming from abroad domesticated and further expanded?
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Teacher: IWASHIMA Fumi
Course Code: JK10002
This seminar centers on three points for considering the difference between rural and urban from gender perspectives.
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This course allows students to examine the methods, assumptions, and findings of recent historical work that can be variously classified as “global,” “transnational,” and “transcultural.”
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