This course aims to provide students with the overview of economic and business history from global perspectives.Continue reading “Economic and Business History”
This semi-intensive course provides students with a diverse overview of Japan’s international development assistance policy and practice of the Japanese government, business actors, and civil society organizations based on actual cases.Continue reading “International Development Assistance Policy”
Unlike modern diplomatic relations, which are based on direct negotiations by diplomats representing the two governments, one of the major characteristics of international relations in the early modern (seventeenth century to mid-nineteenth century).Continue reading “International Relations in the Early Modern East Asia: The Role of “Intermediaries””
East Asia has various types of economies, for example transitional economy, planning economy, development economy and market economy.
Italian neorealism (1945-1952) was a crucial movement in film history, marking an aware move away from mainstream Hollywood filmmaking and focusing on realistic characters and stories.
This course aims to explore Japanese diplomacy during the last decade of the Tokugawa Shogunate, through in-depth readings of documents (such as memoirs, diaries, and diplomatic correspondences) written by people who worked on the ground during that time.Continue reading “Japan’s early diplomacy during the last decade of the Tokugawa Shogunate”
In this course, we adopt a critical view of monarchy in Japan, Asia and Europe and its relationship to modern society.Continue reading “Monarchy and modernity in Japan, Asia and Europe”