The new syllabus for the Joint Degree program and the Courses on Asian and Transcultural Studies is now available online.Continue reading “New Syllabus Online”
As part of the annual joint workshop program between the Graduate School of Letters and our partner institutions in Strasbourg, France, and Heidelberg, Germany, we invite all interested students to a special lecture by Prof. emeritus ITŌ Kimio (伊藤 公雄), leading specialist on gender studies and founding scholar of masculinity studies in Japan.
Topic: Sociology of Gender and Sexuality (入門：ジェンダーとセクシュアリティの社会学)
Date and Time: January 17, 2020, 10:30-12:00
Location: Heidelberg University Office, Kyoto (HUOK), first floor of the Yoshida International House (build. no. 94 on the campus map)
Please pre-register until January 10 at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Poster: PDF.
The Transcultural Studies Division of the Graduate School of Letters wishes all students and faculty a
Happy New Year!Continue reading “Happy New Year 2020!”
Five students of the Joint Degree Program in Transcultural Studies were awarded their Master of Arts degrees jointly by Kyoto University and Heidelberg University at the graduation ceremony on September 24, 2019 at Kyoto University.
The Transcultural Studies Division hold lecture series as a part of the course, “Transcultural Asian Cinema” conducted by Prof. Mitsuyo Wada-Marciano.
Interested students are invited to an orientation on October 17, 2019 (Thu), at the Faculty of Letters building.
They will learn about the Transcultural Studies major and how to apply for a position in the joint degree program. Continue reading “Student Orientation Kyoto (2019/10/17)”
The Transcultural Studies Division hold an intensive lecture course entitled “Film Studies” (Foundation I – Seminar (VMC)), taught by Prof. Thomas Elsaesser from the University of Amsterdam on July 22-26 and July 29-30 and conducted by Prof. Mitsuyo Wada-Marciano. Continue reading “Intensive Lecture Course : Film Studies (2019/7/22-26, 29-30)”
Professor Mitsuyo Wada-Marciano will hold a screening of documentary film, Lee Ilha’s Counters (2018) .
The Transcultural Studies Division will hold a special seminar entitled “The Cinema Audience as Social Subjects in Transmedia and History” presented by Dr. Hideaki Fujiki, Graduate School of Humanities, Nagoya University.
The Transcultural Studies Division will hold a special seminar entitled “Theorizing BL (Boys’ Love) As a Transformative Genre: Male-Male Romance Fictions by Women for Women” presented by Dr. Akiko Mizoguchi, Graduate Course in Cultural Studies on Corporeal and Visual Representation.