This course introduces useful and essential skills for academic research to new JDTS students.
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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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The focus of this practice-oriented and interactive seminar lies on theoretical concepts and analytical techniques useful to engage transculturality in the cross-disciplinary research field of game studies.
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This class will cover social research methods, mainly qualitative research. In view of the relaxed restrictions on movement under COVID-19, we are also planning to conduct fieldwork.
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This course examines contemporary East Asian cinemas’ transnational current at various levels of industry, genre, filmic style, and global commodification.
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This seminar-style course introduces students to recent approaches to the transnational study of Japanese history.
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