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1 授 業 科 目 名 /Subject 国 際 関 係 論 入 門 学 科 区 分 /Department 学 年 /Year 形 態 /Term 単 位 /Credits クラス/ 担 当 者 Class/Instructor 国 際 総 合 政 策 学 科 国 際 教 養 学 科 1 半 期 2 大 西 富 士 夫 授 業 のテーマ/Overall Theme for Course Introduction to International Relations(IR) 授 業 のねらい/Goal Classes are conducted in English. The course consists mainly of lectures. Lectures are based on explanation of the textbook, so reading of the textbook beforehand is required. Guidance for reading will be provided at the first class. Students are also expected to discuss topics with the lecturer and other students. 授 業 の 方 法 /Content Classes are conducted in English.The course consists mainly of lectures. Besides, quizzes are given in class. Current international problems are frequently discussed in class. 第 1 回 第 2 回 第 3 回 第 4 回 第 5 回 第 6 回 第 7 回 第 8 回 第 9 回 ORIENTATION -International Relations(IR) in Everyday Life -Teaching plan and evaluation method -How to study before each class Why Study IR? -Brief Historical Sketch of the State System -The Global State System and the World Economy -IR and the Changing Contemporary World of States IR as an Academic Subject -Utopian Liberalism: The Early Study of IR -Realism and the Twenty Years' Crisis -The Voice of Behaviouralism in IR -Neoliberalism and Neorealism -International Society -International Political Economy(IPE) Realism(1) -Introduction -Classical Realism -Morgenthau's Neoclassical Realism -Schelling and Strategic Realism Realism(2) -Waltz and Neorealism -Neorealist Stability Theory -Two Critiques of Realism Liberalism -Introduction: Basic Liberal Assumptions -Sociological Liberalism -Interdependence Liberalism -Liberalism and World Order International Society(1) -Basic International Society Approach -The Three Traditions: Theory -Three Traditions: Practice -Order and Justice International Society(2) -Statecraft and Responsibility: National Responsibility, International Responsibility and Humanitarian Responsibility. -Critiques of International Society Social Constructivism -Introduction -The Rise of Constructivism in IR -Constructivis as Social Theory ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 1/2

2 第 10 回 第 11 回 International Political Economy:IPE(1): Classical Theories -Introduction: What is IPE -Mercantilism -Economic Liberalism -Marxism International Political Economy(2): Contemporary Debates -The Relationship between Politics and Economics -Development and Underdevelopment in the Third World -Economic Globalization and a Changing Role of States 第 12 回 Foreign Policy (1) -The Concept of Foreign Policy -Forelign Policy Analysis -How to Study Foreign Policy: A Level-of-Analysis Approach 第 13 回 Foreign Policy (2) -The Level of the Nation-State -The Level of the Individual Decision-Maker 第 14 回 Five Issues in IR (1) -International Terrorism -The Environment 第 15 回 Five Issues in IR (2) -Gender -Sovereignty -Changes in Statehood and New Security Challenges Since classes are conducted in English, reasonable level of English proficiency is required. Students should have a minimum proficiency as indicated by one of the tests below. minimum socores TOEFL 400 TOEIC 450 英 検 2 級 学 内 SLEP 42 Term-end exam: 50 percent Short Quizzes: 20 percent Attitude in class: 30 percent To deepen understanding on the topics of each class, it is required for students to read the relevant parts of the course s textbook beforehand. 大 西 富 士 夫 オフィスアワー/ 木 曜 日 昼 (12:15~13:00) 水 曜 日 3 限 (13:00~14:30) ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 2/2

3 授 業 科 目 名 /Subject 世 界 の 宗 教 学 科 区 分 /Department 学 年 /Year 形 態 /Term 単 位 /Credits クラス/ 担 当 者 Class/Instructor 国 際 総 合 政 策 学 科 国 際 教 養 学 科 1 半 期 2 高 橋 章 授 業 のテーマ/Overall Theme for Course Understanding the World Religion 授 業 のねらい/Goal Try to compare with different religions 授 業 の 方 法 /Content Lecture and Discussion 第 1 回 第 2 回 第 3 回 第 4 回 第 5 回 第 6 回 第 7 回 第 8 回 第 9 回 第 10 回 第 11 回 第 12 回 第 13 回 第 14 回 第 15 回 第 16 回 Judaism Islam Relation between Judaism and Christianity The Old Testament and the New Testament Ancient Christianity European Christianity American Christianity Asian Christianity Japanese Christianity Hinduism Indian Buddism Chinese Buddism Japanese Buddism Confusianism Japanese Relisions Examination 教 科 書 /Textbooks 著 者 名 /Authors 書 名 /Title of books 出 版 社 /Publishers ISBN 備 考 /Notes ALISTER E McGRATH THE CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY READER BLACK WELL ISBN 必 携 参 考 書 /Required reference books 著 者 名 /Authors 書 名 /Title of books 出 版 社 /Publishers ISBN 備 考 /Notes Takehiko Furuta SHINRAN Shimizu syoin ISBN 推 薦 参 考 書 /Recommended reference books 著 者 名 /Authors Suzuki Taisetsu ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 1/2

4 書 名 /Title of books Suzuki Taisetsu Zensyu 出 版 社 /Publishers Iwanami syoten ISBN ISBN 備 考 /Notes attitude of attending a lecture Report Examination Try to interest in the World Relision 高 橋 章 オフィスアワー/ 火 2 限 木 2~3 限 ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 2/2

5 授 業 科 目 名 /Subject 社 会 学 学 科 区 分 /Department 学 年 /Year 形 態 /Term 単 位 /Credits クラス/ 担 当 者 Class/Instructor 国 際 関 係 学 科 国 際 文 化 学 科 国 際 交 流 学 科 国 際 ビジネス 情 報 学 科 1 半 期 4 武 井 勲 授 業 のテーマ/Overall Theme for Course This course provides an introduction to the basic concepts and theoretical perspectives used in sociology. The goal of this course is to study the interrelations between society and the individual in regard to generic social processes. Specifically, we will consider the ways that we are both constrained as well as empowered by society via the roles and cultural understandings that form the basis of human interaction. This course also provides an introduction to several sociological topics that represent the sociological way of viewing the world. The topics covered include culture, socialization, gender, and social inequality. 授 業 のねらい/Goal 1) To introduce you to the fundamental concepts and perspectives of sociology. 2) To give you practical experience with sociological thinking (i.e., looking beyond the surface of what everybody knows ). 3) To assist you in becoming a more critical consumer of social information. 授 業 の 方 法 /Content 1. Class participation is both encouraged and expected. It is essential that you cover the assigned readings before class meetings in order to get the most from lectures and class discussion. Should it become apparent that the class is not staying up with the readings, pop quizzes will be given. If you have not yet noticed, be aware that forty percent of your grade is your participation score. 2. At the end of the semester, you will have the opportunity to show me what you have learned from the text and lectures. In this take-home final exam, you will answer some essay questions based on the materials drawn from lectures and course readings. You will also write about relevant social issues/topics/problems while utilizing the ideas that you learned in this course. Feel free to combine and integrate any course materials, including text, suggested readings, and films. 第 1 回 Part I: The Development of Sociological Perspectives Introduction: What is Sociology? 第 2 回 The Origins of Modern Sociology (1) Emile Durkheim (France) 第 3 回 The Origins of Modern Sociology (2) Karl Marx (Germany) 第 4 回 The Origins of Modern Sociology (3) Max Weber (Germany) 第 5 回 The Origins of Modern Sociology (4) Chicago Urban Sociology and the Emergence of Applied Sociology 第 6 回 American Sociology Today 第 7 回 Three Major Paradigms in Sociology: Functionalist, Conflict, and Symbolic Interactionist 第 8 回 Part II: Some Methodological Aspects of Social Science Four Principal Research Strategies for Understanding the World Experiment, Surveys, Field Research, and Archival Research 第 9 回 Ethical Issues in Social Research Short Film: (1) Stanley Milgram s Obedience to Authority Experiment; and (2) Philip Zimbardo s Stanford Prison Experiment 第 10 回 Elements of Research Designs (1) Variables, Relationships, and Time Dimension in Social Research 第 11 回 Elements of Research Designs (2) Measurement 第 12 回 Elements of Research Designs (3) ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 1/3

6 Sampling 第 13 回 Part III: Scope and Topics in Sociology Culture (1) Material Culture 第 14 回 Culture (2) Nonmaterial Culture 第 15 回 Culture (3) Technology, Globalization, and Modern Culture 第 16 回 Culture (4) Short Film: The Merchants of Cool Followed by Class Discussion 第 17 回 Socialization (1) The Looking Glass Self (Charles Cooley) The "I" and "me" (George Mead) 第 18 回 Socialization (2) Agents of Socialization 第 19 回 Socialization (3) Social Roles and Groups 第 20 回 Stratification and Inequality (1) Some Basic Terms and Concepts in the Study of Inequality 第 21 回 Stratification and Inequality (2) Theories of Class and Social Inequality 第 22 回 Stratification and Inequality (3) Class Structure and Income Trends in the U.S. 第 23 回 Stratification and Inequality (4) Reasons for Increasing Inequality 第 24 回 Stratification and Inequality (5) Short Film: Is Wal-Mart Good for America? Followed by Class Discussion 第 25 回 Ascriptive Status--Gender (1) Gender Socialization 第 26 回 Ascriptive Status--Gender (2) Gender Inequality in Workplace: Continuity and Change 第 27 回 Ascriptive Status--Gender (3) Short Film: Killing Us Softly--Images of Women in Advertising Followed by Class Discussion 第 28 回 Social Interaction and Everyday Life in the Age of the Internet 第 29 回 Short Film: Digital Nation Followed by Class Discussion 第 30 回 Course Summary 教 科 書 /Textbooks 著 者 名 /Authors 書 名 /Title of books 出 版 社 /Publishers ISBN 備 考 /Notes Jon P. Alston and Isao Takei Japanese Business Culture and Practices: A Guide to Twenty-First Century Japanese Business iuniverse ISBN 必 携 参 考 書 /Required reference books プリント 配 布 /Handouts 推 薦 参 考 書 /Recommended reference books なし/Nothing Course evaluations will be based on attendance (40%) and take-home final exam (60%). ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 2/3

7 Students are expected to have read the assigned readings before arriving for each class meeting. 武 井 勲 オフィスアワー/ 月 曜 昼 休 み 水 曜 4 時 限 目 ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 3/3

8 授 業 科 目 名 /Subject 国 際 文 化 論 学 科 区 分 /Department 学 年 /Year 形 態 /Term 単 位 /Credits クラス/ 担 当 者 Class/Instructor 国 際 教 養 学 科 2 半 期 2 小 代 有 希 子 授 業 のテーマ/Overall Theme for Course The course surveys key topics in modern Japan's relations with the world, with a particular emphasis on Japan's search for the meaning of "modernity." 授 業 のねらい/Goal The goal of this course is to provide guidance and training in understanding critical aspects of modern Japanese history from the Meiji Restoration through the 21st century and prepare course participants to be able to evaluate Japan's experience with modernization and beyond in the global context. 授 業 の 方 法 /Content Class lectures will utilize the method of questioning to foster discussions. To maximize learning, course participants must read all the assigned materialand attend all class activities,including discussions and occasional presentations. 第 1 回 Introduction: Japan in a Wider World - Problems of Modernized (Westernized) Japan and Asia 第 2 回 "Opening" of Japan to the West and the Meiji Restoration of 1868 第 3 回 Toward a Rich Industrial Nation: Japan's Modernization and Westernization in the Politico-Economic and Socio-Cultural Contexts 第 4 回 The Origin of Japanese Imperialsim: Sino-Japanese War of and Russo- Japanese War of 第 5 回 The "Yellow Peril" and the Japanese Immigration Overseas 第 6 回 New Modernity: Taisho Democracy, Urban Popular Culture, Cosmopolitanism and Cooperative Imperialism 第 7 回 The Manchurian Incident and "Manchukuo": Was the 1930s for Japan the decade of isolation or "globalization"? 第 8 回 Japan's Fascism and Totalitarianism versus Socialism and Communism 第 9 回 From the Marco Polo Bridge to Pearl Harbor 第 10 回 The Asia-Pacific War 第 11 回 The War's End and the U.S. Occupation of Japan 第 12 回 The San Francisco Peace Treaty and US-Japan Security Alliance 第 13 回 The 1960s-1970s: Miracle of Economic Growth 第 14 回 The : Bubble Economy and Globalization 第 15 回 Issues in Contemporary Japan 教 科 書 /Textbooks プリント 配 布 /Handouts 著 者 名 /Authors 書 名 /Title of books 出 版 社 /Publishers ISBN 備 考 /Notes James McClain Japan: A Modern History: College Edition (Paperback) W.W. Norton & Company ISBN X 必 携 参 考 書 /Required reference books ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 1/2

9 なし/Nothing 推 薦 参 考 書 /Recommended reference books 開 講 時 に 指 示 する/Announced during the first class meeting Course participants must (1) be native, or near-native, speakers of English; or (2) have a minimum TOEFL score of 510 or TOEIC score of 620. Participant's course grade is determined from a combination of a midterm and final examination, as well as occassional short papers. Overall respect for the course is the best option for enhancing the grade. The participants must complete all the reading assignment and also attend all the class activities including discussions. 小 代 有 希 子 オフィスアワー/ オフィスに 記 載 する ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 2/2

10 授 業 科 目 名 /Subject 文 化 人 類 学 理 論 学 科 区 分 /Department 学 年 /Year 形 態 /Term 単 位 /Credits クラス/ 担 当 者 Class/Instructor 国 際 教 養 学 科 2 半 期 4 渡 辺 武 一 郎 授 業 のテーマ/Overall Theme for Course Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 授 業 のねらい/Goal The analysis of social and cultural topics such as kinship, family, marriage, politics, and religious systems, with an emphasis on their particular expression in non-western societies. 授 業 の 方 法 /Content This course consists of lectures and readings. I emphasize strongly the contents of my lectures, which integrate into films we shall be viewing, so if you happen to miss a lecture or a film you must make sure you quickly catch up as best you can by copying the notes of another member of the class. Should you not know anyone, I will be pleased to see if I can find anyone in the class to oblige. It is not possible to pass the course without good notes, so I urge you make a point of attending every session. 第 1 回 Introduction 第 2 回 What is Culture? 第 3 回 Disciplines of anthropology 第 4 回 Fieldwork 1 第 5 回 Fieldwork 2 第 6 回 Ethnography 第 7 回 Quiz 1 第 8 回 Uniqueness and Difference 第 9 回 Evolutionism 第 10 回 Ethnocentrism 第 11 回 Cultural Relativism/Historical Particularism 1 第 12 回 Cultural Relativism/Historical Particularism 2 第 13 回 Functionalism 1 第 14 回 Functionalism 2 第 15 回 Structural Functionalism 1 第 16 回 Structural Functionalism 2 第 17 回 Structuralism 第 18 回 Quiz 2 第 19 回 Kinship and Descent 1 第 20 回 Kinship and Descent 2 第 21 回 Kinship and Descent 3 第 22 回 Marriage 1 第 23 回 Marriage 2 第 24 回 marriage 3 第 25 回 Quiz 3 第 26 回 Witchcraft and Magic 第 27 回 Belief System 第 28 回 Social Organization 第 29 回 Culture Change 第 30 回 Quiz 4 ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 1/2

11 教 科 書 /Textbooks プリント 配 布 /Handouts 著 者 名 /Authors 書 名 /Title of books 出 版 社 /Publishers ISBN 備 考 /Notes Merwyn S. Garbarino Sociocultural Theory in Anthropology: A Short History [Paperback] Waveland Pr Inc ISBN 必 携 参 考 書 /Required reference books なし/Nothing 推 薦 参 考 書 /Recommended reference books 開 講 時 に 指 示 する/Announced during the first class meeting Quiz(25%) 4=100% You are most welcome to consult with me during office hours about your progress in the course and talk with me about any matter. I am pleased to talk with member of my classes, and if you have any difficulties understanding the material, or problems you consider special, please do not delay contacting me. Do not leave it until it is too late in the semester for me to offer the possibility of effective help. In addition, should you wish to see me at any other time please let me know and we can work out a special arrangement. 渡 辺 武 一 郎 オフィスアワー/ 火 曜 金 曜 の 昼 休 み ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 2/2

12 授 業 科 目 名 /Subject Japan Studies Ⅰ( 宗 教 思 想 ) 学 科 区 分 /Department 学 年 /Year 形 態 /Term 単 位 /Credits クラス/ 担 当 者 Class/Instructor 国 際 交 流 学 科 3 半 期 4 渡 辺 武 一 郎 授 業 のテーマ/Overall Theme for Course This class explores Japanese Buddhism in light of thoughts, practices and history. 授 業 のねらい/Goal Lectures will consider the historical development and metaphysical foundations of Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana Buddhism. Amongst many traditions the class will focus on Japanese Zen and Shin schools. Along with our study of religious ideas and practices, other factors in the formation of Japanese culture will also be explored, such as Japanese history, language, literature and art. 授 業 の 方 法 /Content This course consists of lectures, films, and readings. I emphasize strongly the contents of my lectures, which integrate into films we shall be viewing, so if you happen to miss a lecture or a film you must make sure you quickly catch up as best you can by copying the notes of another member of the class. Should you not know anyone, I will be pleased to see if I can find anyone in the class to oblige. It is not possible to pass the course without good notes, so I urge you make a point of attending every session. 第 1 回 Introduction 第 2 回 Life of Shakyamuni Buddha 第 3 回 Buddhist cosmology 第 4 回 Four Noble Truths 第 5 回 Twelve interdependent arising 第 6 回 Theravada Buddhism 第 7 回 Mahayana Buddhism 第 8 回 Vajrayana Buddhism 第 9 回 Japanese Buddhism 第 10 回 Pure Land Buddhism 第 11 回 The Life of Shinran 第 12 回 Tannnisho chapter 1,2,3. 第 13 回 Tannnisho chaper 4,5,6. 第 14 回 Tannisho chapter 7,8,9,10. 第 15 回 Tannisho chapter 11,12,13. 第 16 回 Tannisho chapter 14,15,16. 第 17 回 Tannisho chapter 17,18,19,20. 第 18 回 Quiz 1 第 19 回 Introduction to Zen Buddhism 第 20 回 Zen Buddhism in Japan 第 21 回 Dogen and Japanese Zen 1 第 22 回 Dogen and Japanese Zen 2 第 23 回 Zen in the art of archery 1 第 24 回 Zen in the art of archery 2 第 25 回 Zen in the art of archery 3 第 26 回 Zen and Japanese Culture 1 第 27 回 Zen and Japanese Culture 2 第 28 回 Zen and Japanese Culture 3 第 29 回 Zen and Japanese Culture 4 第 30 回 Quiz 2 教 科 書 /Textbooks ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 1/2

13 著 者 名 /Authors Taitetsu Unno (Translator) 書 名 /Title of books Tannisho: A Shin Buddist Classic (Paperback) 出 版 社 /Publishers Buddhist Study Center Pr; Revised edition (June 1996) ISBN ISBN 備 考 /Notes 著 者 名 /Authors 書 名 /Title of books 出 版 社 /Publishers ISBN 備 考 /Notes Eugen Herrigel Zen in the Art of Archery (Vintage Spiritual Classics) Vintage Books ISBN 必 携 参 考 書 /Required reference books 開 講 時 に 指 示 する/Announced during the first class meeting 推 薦 参 考 書 /Recommended reference books 著 者 名 /Authors 書 名 /Title of books 出 版 社 /Publishers ISBN 備 考 /Notes Roger J. Corless The Vision of Buddhism: The Space Under the Tree Paragon House ISBN 既 に 日 本 宗 教 思 想 論 を 履 修 している 事 が 望 ましい Midterm examination 50% Final examination 50% Total 100% You are most welcome to consult with me during office hours about your progress in the course and talk with me about any matter. I am pleased to talk with member of my classes, and if you have any difficulties understanding the material, or problems you consider special, please do not delay contacting me. Do not leave it until it is too late in the semester for me to offer the possibility of effective help. In addition, should you wish to see me at any other time please let me know and we can work out a special arrangement. 渡 辺 武 一 郎 オフィスアワー/ 火 曜 金 曜 の 昼 休 み ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 2/2

14 授 業 科 目 名 /Subject Japan Studies Ⅲ( 文 化 史 ) 学 科 区 分 /Department 学 年 /Year 形 態 /Term 単 位 /Credits クラス/ 担 当 者 Class/Instructor 国 際 総 合 政 策 学 科 国 際 教 養 学 科 2 半 期 4 小 代 有 希 子 授 業 のテーマ/Overall Theme for Course Trans-Pacific Racisms and the U.S. Occupation of Japan 授 業 のねらい/Goal This course surveys aspects in U.S.-Japanese cultural and racial relations in the U.S. military Occupation of Japan after World War II and understands the manner in which the Japanese people formed their new identity in the U.S.-centered world. 授 業 の 方 法 /Content The course is a combination of lecture and discussion, with occasional viewing of documentary films. To maximize learning, course participants MUST read the assigned material prior to class discussions. 第 1 回 Introduction: Problems in the History of U.S.-Japanese Relations 第 2 回 The Role of Race in International Relations 第 3 回 Race in Commodore Perry's Military Expedition to Japan of 1853 第 4 回 Problems of Japanese Immigrants in U.S.-Japanese Relations 第 5 回 Racism in the Pacific War 第 6 回 Frank Capra's "Know Your Enemy Japan" 第 7 回 The International Framework for Postwar Racism 第 8 回 Japanese-American "Friendship" in the Cold War 第 9 回 Race and Culture: Person to Person 第 10 回 Censorship and Segregation in Japanese Society under the U.S. Military Occupation 第 11 回 Depictions of Race in Films, Cartoons and Popular Cultures 第 12 回 Racial Equality in the Japanese Constituion 第 13 回 Korean Minorities in Japanese Society 第 14 回 Postwar Japanese Overseas Emigration Movement 第 15 回 Japanese Immigrants in Postwar American Society 第 16 回 The Problem of "Miscegenation" 第 17 回 How to Raise GI Babies in Japan? 第 18 回 American Perceptions of Japan's GI Babies 第 19 回 New Japan as the Bridge between Asia and the West? 第 20 回 Japanese Pride and New Racial Awareness? 第 21 回 Hollywood's Images of Japan: "The Teahouse of the August Moon" 第 22 回 "Americans" in Postwar Japanese Literature: Oe Kenzaburo and Kojima Nobuo 第 23 回 African Americans and Japan: Historical Survey 第 24 回 Documentary Film: "Struggle and Success: the African American Experience in Japan" 第 25 回 Documentary Film: "Doubles" - People of Japanese-American Racial Heritages 第 26 回 Asian Americans and Japanese in Japanese Society 第 27 回 American Students in Japan and Japanese Students in America 第 28 回 Discussion: What are Our Mutual Problems? 第 29 回 Discussion: How to Overcome the Mutual Problems in the 21st Century? 第 30 回 Class Presentation: Proposal to the World 教 科 書 /Textbooks 著 者 名 /Authors 書 名 /Title of books Yukiko Koshiro Trans-Pacific Racisms and the U.S. Occupation of Japan ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 1/2

15 出 版 社 /Publishers Columbia University Press ISBN ISBN 備 考 /Notes 必 携 参 考 書 /Required reference books 開 講 時 に 指 示 する/Announced during the first class meeting 推 薦 参 考 書 /Recommended reference books 開 講 時 に 指 示 する/Announced during the first class meeting Course participants must (1) be native, or near-native, speakers of English; or (2) have a minimum TOEFL score of 510 or TOEIC score of 620. Participant's course grade is determined from a combination of a midterm and final papers (both 5-6 pages)and also various presentations in class. Details will be announced in the first class session. The participants must complete the reading assignment before coming to class. 小 代 有 希 子 オフィスアワー/ オフィスに 記 載 する ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 2/2

16 授 業 科 目 名 /Subject Japan Studies Ⅴ( 経 済 ) 学 科 区 分 /Department 学 年 /Year 形 態 /Term 単 位 /Credits クラス/ 担 当 者 Class/Instructor 国 際 総 合 政 策 学 科 国 際 教 養 学 科 2 半 期 4 小 笠 原 明 生 小 笠 原 明 生 授 業 のテーマ/Overall Theme for Course Japanese economy and challenges for globalization 授 業 のねらい/Goal Japan achieved remarkable economic growth after the war based on the favorable fixed exchange rate, and Japanese management style. With the flexible exchange rate, Japan has been facing the economic challenges of global nature. This course is purposed to self-find the Japan s economic situation in the global environment, and help understand Japanese management style to cope with the challenges. 授 業 の 方 法 /Content (1) Handouts (2) Confirm the comprehension level by using pop up quizzes, oral presentation, mid-term exam, final exam, and a term project report 第 1 回 ~ 第 30 回 Week-1 Unit 1,2 Course & grading scheme, global career, Japanese economy overview Week-2 Unit 3,4 Japanese economy and households Week-3 Unit 5,6 Japanese economy and companies Week-4 Unit 7,8 Japanese economy and government Week-5 Unit 9,10 Japanese environmental challenges and constraints Week-6 Unit 11, 12 Japanese demographic and social challenges Week-7 Unit 13, 14 The cultural heritage, Mid-term exam Week-8 Unit 15, 16 The economic challenge Week-9 Unit 17, 18 Development and restructuring of industry Week-10 Unit 19, 20 Postindustrial Japan Week-11 Unit 21, 22 Environmental challenges Week-12 Unit 23, 24 Globalization and corporate culture Week-13 Unit 25, 26 Japanese corporations in the US: case study part-1 (video learning aid) Week-14 Unit 27, 28 Japanese corporations in the US: case study part-2 (video learning aid) Week-15 Unit 29, 30 Japanese corporations in Europe and Asia, Final exam None Overall evaluation based on pop up quiz, oral presentation, mid-term exam, final exam, term project report Preview of Chapter 1 (Japan at the crossroads) of the recommended reference book("japan in the 21st century"/pradyumna P. Karan/The University Press of Kentucky) is suggested, but not required ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 1/2

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18 授 業 科 目 名 /Subject Japan Studies Ⅵ( 政 治 ) 学 科 区 分 /Department 学 年 /Year 形 態 /Term 単 位 /Credits クラス/ 担 当 者 Class/Instructor 国 際 総 合 政 策 学 科 国 際 教 養 学 科 2 半 期 4 大 西 富 士 夫 授 業 のテーマ/Overall Theme for Course Learning the poltics of Japan and its background 授 業 のねらい/Goal The first half of this course deals with Ezra F. Vogel's book "Japan as Number 1," which was published in Though his arguments in the book might seem outdated, they include deep insights on the politics of Japan, most of which are still relevant in contemporary politics of Japan. This course examines the author's analysis from the current perspective. In the second half of this course, students read the book "Changing Politics of Japan" written by Ikuo Kabashima and Gill Steel (Cornell University Press, 2010). Students will learn contemporary politics of Japan. 授 業 の 方 法 /Content The course consists of explanation of the textbook and group discussion. In the group discussion, a theme for discussion is provided, and students are expected to discuss the relevance of the author's arguments and their implications for contemporary Japan. The course participants MUST read the assigned material prior to class discussions. 第 1 回 Introduction to the course, expectations, and course syllabus 第 2 回 A Mirror for America (Texts, pp. 3-8) 第 3 回 The Japanese Miracle (Texts, pp.9-23) 第 4 回 Knowledge: Pursuit and Consensus (Texts, pp, 27-51) 第 5 回 The State: Meritocratic Guidance and Private Initiative (1)(Texts, pp ) 第 6 回 The State: Meritocratic Guidance and Private Initiative (2)(Texts, pp ) 第 7 回 Politics: Higher Interests and Fair Shares (1) (Texts, pp ) 第 8 回 Politics: Higher Interests and Fair Shares (2) (Texts, pp ) 第 9 回 Japanese Successes: The Large Company (1) (Texts, pp ) 第 10 回 Japanese Successes: The Large Company (2) (Texts, pp ) 第 11 回 Basic Education: Qulity and Equality (Texts, pp ) 第 12 回 Welfare: Security without Entitlement (Texts, pp ) 第 13 回 Crime Control: Enforcement and Public Support (Texts, pp ) 第 14 回 Lessons: Can a Western Nation Lean from the East? (Texts, pp ) 第 15 回 China as Number 1? :A comparative consideration (Texts will be provided) 第 16 回 ~ 第 17 回 Citizens and Elites in the Construction of the Liberal Democratic Party(LDP) (Texts will be provided) 第 18 回 ~ 第 19 回 Party and Voter Dealignment: The LDP System Disintegrates (Texts will be provided) 第 20 回 ~ 第 21 回 Changing Media, Changing Politics 第 22 回 ~ 第 23 回 Citizens and the Prime Minister 第 24 回 ~ 第 25 回 Representation and Policy Making under LDP Administrations in the Post System 第 26 回 ~ 第 27 回 Voters and the Democratic Party of Japan 第 28 回 ~ 第 29 回 Afterword: Where to Now? 第 30 回 Summary of Lectures Since classes are conducted in English, a reasonable level of English proficiency is required. Students should have a minimum proficiency as indicated by one of the tests below. Also, if students are equipped with political science jargons, they can get more. ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 1/2

19 Minimum scores TOEFL 400 TOEIC 450 英 検 2 級 学 内 SLEP 42 Attendance:20 percent Active participation in group discussion: 30 percent Final Research Paper : 50 percent The copies of the textbook will be distributed at the first class. In addition to the reading texts prior to classes, it is recommended for students to summarize their own opinions on the author's arguments. 大 西 富 士 夫 オフィスアワー/ 木 曜 日 昼 (12:15~13:00) 水 曜 日 3 限 (13:00~14:30) ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 2/2

20 授 業 科 目 名 /Subject Japan Studies Ⅶ(スペシャルレクチャー) 学 科 区 分 /Department 学 年 /Year 形 態 /Term 単 位 /Credits クラス/ 担 当 者 Class/Instructor 国 際 総 合 政 策 学 科 国 際 教 養 学 科 3 半 期 2 高 月 義 照 高 月 義 照 授 業 のテーマ/Overall Theme for Course Manga as a Japanese Popular Culture -Why and how Manga was able to become a worldwide literary art? 授 業 のねらい/Goal Today Japanese popular culture is globally represented by Manga and Anime. They are not the media only for children but wide age groups, and their contents include a variety of topics. You will be able to explain the essence of Japanese culture by understanding Japanese contemporary culture and society through Manga and Anime. 授 業 の 方 法 /Content We will survey Manga and Anime through the history, classification, expressive techniques, evaluation includind some experimental surveys in order to understand why and how Manga was able to become a worldwide literary art. 第 1 回 Introduction -Syllabus of this course will be distributed and explained the outline of it. Finally you will be asked to fill in a questionnaire survey about your experiences of Manga and Anime. 第 2 回 History of Manga (1) Here we cover traditional arts from Bishop Toba's "Birds and Beasts Caricature ( 鳥 獣 戯 画 )" to Suiho Tagawa's "Norakuro(のらくろ)" before the the end of the war(1945). 第 3 回 History of Manga (2) It was Osamu Tezuka that established the basics of prosperity of Japanese Manga and Anime. And we must not forget the appearance of "Gekiga( 劇 画 )" in 1960s for the development of the story Manga. 第 4 回 Mixed Media based Manga A variety of "Media-Mix" were formed and produced from Manga. For example, Comic Markets(Dojinshi 同 人 誌 ), Costume Plays, TV-Games and the construction of Manga Museums. Manga culture has become a big industry. 第 5 回 Globalization of Manga Manga came to be accepted as "Otaku Culture" by youths of the world. Why? In a word, because Manga and Anime were able to give the feeling of freedom, dreams for the future and bravery to the young people. 第 6 回 Characteristics of Expression Technique in Manga (1) The progress of expression techniques in Manga realized its high qualities as a literary art. The biggest feature in Manga's expression is "Exaggeration," by which Manga artists emphasize their messages clearly. 第 7 回 Characteristics of Expression Technique in Manga (2) Manga artists use phonetic and mimetic vocabulary called "Onomatopoeia" frequently. The variety of the onomatopoeias is unique in the world. They have been creating a unique world in Manga. 第 8 回 第 9 回 第 10 回 Experimental survey (1) Quantity of Information in Manga Manga artists spend more time and greater labor even to draw only one frame's picture of his work. We survey experimentally how many information are included in it. Experimental survey (2) Quantity of Information in Novel We compare Manga with a novel as a media in order to clarify the features of Manga. After reading one chapter of a novel, we'll have a quiz to see our memories about it. Experimental survey (3) Comparison between Manga and Novel We can read a Manga surprisingly quickly. On the other hand, it takes much more time to read a novel. We try to prove the superiority of the visual information in ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 1/2

21 Manga. 第 11 回 Transformation Anime from Manga (1)History and Classification of Animation The most primitive animation is "Flip-Animation(Line Drawing Animation)." There are several kinds of animation now, for example, "Silhouette Animation", "Puppet Animation", "Clay Animation", "Cell Animation" and "CG Animation". 第 12 回 Transformation Anime from Manga (2) It was Osamu Tezuka that produced the first TV Anime series, "Mighty Boy Atom( 鉄 腕 アトム)." Since then most of Anime have been making based on Manga. So we could say that Anime didn't exist without Manga. 第 13 回 How to create Manga How to create Manga is divided into three steps: First making a story, second composing frames on the paper and drawing rough sketches which is called Name, finally "Fair Drawing" to complete his work. We ll try to do these works experimentally. 第 14 回 How to create Anime(1) The process of producing animation can be divided into four:(1)storyboarding, (2)Drawing, (3)Photography, (4)Sound Editing. It takes so much time and so many stuffs to produce an animated film. So Anime is one of the synthetic, total arts. Here we ll try to create a simple animation. 第 15 回 How to create Anime (2) After completing our short animation, every group will give its presentation. Finally we review what we learned about Manga and Anime during this semester. Everyone who is interested in Manga & Anime as a Japanese popular culture can take this course. Good English skills unnecessary. 60% comes from final exam, 40% comes from the results of the experimental surveys carried out during the classes. You need to aquire the ability to think about the essence of the matter as you read Manga. ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 2/2

22 授 業 科 目 名 /Subject 国 際 文 化 論 入 門 学 科 区 分 /Department 学 年 /Year 形 態 /Term 単 位 /Credits クラス/ 担 当 者 Class/Instructor 国 際 総 合 政 策 学 科 国 際 教 養 学 科 1 半 期 2 小 代 有 希 子 授 業 のテーマ/Overall Theme for Course This course surveys the development of Japanese culture and society from earliest times to the mid-19th century and discusses myths, stereotypes and realities about Japan's so-called traditions and characteristics. 授 業 のねらい/Goal The goal of this course is to provide guidance and training in conceptualizing in English key topics in premodern Japanese culture and society. In particular, the course emphasizes on diversity in different forms of culture in Japan and challenges the image of Japanese homogeneity. 授 業 の 方 法 /Content Classes will mix lectures with discussions. Students must read all the reading assignments, including handouts (primary sources, maps, and manga), and take active roles in all class activites including discussions. 第 1 回 第 2 回 第 3 回 第 4 回 第 5 回 第 6 回 第 7 回 第 8 回 第 9 回 第 10 回 第 11 回 第 12 回 第 13 回 第 14 回 第 15 回 Orientation: What Is Japanese Culture? Early Japanese Society and Culture The Nara Period: Introduction of Buddhism Birth of Mythology The Heian Period: the Court at Its Zenith The Samurai Rising: Battle of Taira and Minamoto Clans Culture and Society under the Kamakura Period The Mongol Invasion and the Fall of the Kamakura Period The Muromachi Bakufu: New Cultures for Samurai, Merchants and Peasants New Trends in Towns and Villages First Encounter with Europe: Christianity and Trade The Period of Warring States (Sengoku Jidai) and Three Unifiers The Tokugawa Period: A Bourgeois Culture Early Modern Society, New Attitudes and Values in the 18th Century End of Seclusion and the Fall of the Samurai Regime 教 科 書 /Textbooks 著 者 名 /Authors 書 名 /Title of books 出 版 社 /Publishers ISBN 備 考 /Notes Paul Varley Japaense Culture: Fourth Edition University of Hawaii Press ISBN paperback edition 必 携 参 考 書 /Required reference books なし/Nothing 推 薦 参 考 書 /Recommended reference books 開 講 時 に 指 示 する/Announced during the first class meeting ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 1/2

23 Course participants must be (1) native, or near-native, speakers of English, or (2) have a minimum TOEFL score of 510 or TOEIC score of 620. Final grades will be determined based on the following: midterm and final examinations (or papers) and also occassional short essays. Overall respect for the course is the best option for enhancing the grade. When manga is used as a course material, make sure to read the orginal Japanese and understand the contents, either on your own or with a help from your tutor/friend. 小 代 有 希 子 オフィスアワー/ オフィスに 記 載 する ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 2/2

24 授 業 科 目 名 /Subject 芸 術 学 科 区 分 /Department 学 年 /Year 形 態 /Term 単 位 /Credits クラス/ 担 当 者 Class/Instructor 国 際 総 合 政 策 学 科 国 際 教 養 学 科 1 半 期 2 上 月 裕 子 授 業 のテーマ/Overall Theme for Course Looking at Art (Lectures given in English) 授 業 のねらい/Goal Our goal is to appreciate art through the ages and to study the relationship between East and West. Lectures will cover art of Japan and Europe dating from Antiquity to today. 授 業 の 方 法 /Content In every lecture we will compare works of art according to each theme using powerpoint. We will try to learn basic art terms in English so that students will be able to tell about art in their own words. 第 1 回 第 2 回 第 3 回 第 4 回 第 5 回 第 6 回 第 7 回 第 8 回 第 9 回 第 10 回 第 11 回 第 12 回 第 13 回 第 14 回 第 15 回 Introduction: How to look at art Greek and Roman Antiquity Birth of Christianity Byzantine art and West Art of Silk road Buddhism comes to Japan Storytelling of East and West Portraits of East and West Genre paintings of East and West Namban art in Japan, Chinoisery in Europe Art and Patron Coming of Modern Era West meets East: Influence of Japonism in Europe West meets East: influence of European art in Japan Art today 教 科 書 /Textbooks プリント 配 布 /Handouts 必 携 参 考 書 /Required reference books プリント 配 布 /Handouts 推 薦 参 考 書 /Recommended reference books 開 講 時 に 指 示 する/Announced during the first class meeting Lectures will be given in English. 英 検 3 級 あるいは 同 等 の 英 語 力 を 有 することが 望 ましい ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 1/2

25 Evaluated totally from class attitude,exam and essay. 受 講 態 度 と 試 験 レポートによる 総 合 評 価 A student should study about his/her favorite artist and write an essay in English. 上 月 裕 子 オフィスアワー/ 講 師 室 金 曜 日 12:30-13:00 ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 2/2

26 授 業 科 目 名 /Subject 国 際 関 係 論 Ⅰ( 理 論 ) 学 科 区 分 /Department 学 年 /Year 形 態 /Term 単 位 /Credits クラス/ 担 当 者 Class/Instructor 国 際 総 合 政 策 学 科 2 半 期 2 安 藤 貴 世 授 業 のテーマ/Overall Theme for Course International Relations (IR) Theory 授 業 のねらい/Goal The goal of this course is to provide a comprehensive overview of and introductory guide to the international relations theories, that is the several mainstream approaches to the international system. 授 業 の 方 法 /Content Lectures in English 第 1 回 第 2 回 第 3 回 第 4 回 第 5 回 第 6 回 第 7 回 第 8 回 第 9 回 第 10 回 第 11 回 第 12 回 第 13 回 第 14 回 第 15 回 第 16 回 Orientation: What is International Relations Theory? The History of International Relations 1: History of War and Peace The History of International Relations 2:History of Development and Economic Gap Precondition of International Relations Theory Classical Realism :Balance-of-power Theory Neorealism 1:Theory of K.Waltz Neorealism 2: Hegemonic Stability Theory, Defensive Realism Liberalism :Interdependence Theory The Development of Liberarism :Regime Theory, Democratic Peace Theory Summary and Midterm Examination Marxism Dependency Theory World-Systems Theory Constructivism Review and Conclusions Summary and Term-end Examination 教 科 書 /Textbooks 開 講 時 に 指 示 する/Announced during the first class meeting 必 携 参 考 書 /Required reference books 開 講 時 に 指 示 する/Announced during the first class meeting 推 薦 参 考 書 /Recommended reference books 開 講 時 に 指 示 する/Announced during the first class meeting Term-end exam 50% Midterm exam 30% ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 1/2

27 Attitude in class 20% All lectures and examinations will be done in English. 安 藤 貴 世 オフィスアワー/ 火 曜 日 4 限 水 曜 日 昼 休 み ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 2/2

28 授 業 科 目 名 /Subject 国 際 関 係 論 Ⅱ 学 科 区 分 /Department 学 年 /Year 形 態 /Term 単 位 /Credits クラス/ 担 当 者 Class/Instructor 国 際 総 合 政 策 学 科 2 半 期 4 川 副 令 授 業 のテーマ/Overall Theme for Course International Law and Japan's International Relations 授 業 のねらい/Goal This course is intended to introduce students to basic rules and problems of international law. In order to illustrate the working of international law, we will consider how and to what extent it affects various aspects of Japan's international relations. 授 業 の 方 法 /Content Classes will be a mixture of Q&As and lectures. I will take every opportunity to let students consider and present their own views on some of the most interesting issues of international law and Japan's international relations. 第 1 回 第 2 回 第 3 回 第 4 回 第 5 回 第 6 回 第 7 回 第 8 回 ~ 第 9 回 第 10 回 Introduction What is international law? How far and how effectively does international law govern States conduct? Historical Background How did the 9.11 crisis affect international society and international legal order? Pacific Settlement of International Disputes What is the general principle on international dispute settlement? What is the International Court of Justice? Are there any other permanent organs engaged in international dispute settlement? Japanese Performance before the International Tribunals Power Politics in International Law What is the influence of the State Department Legal Advisers within the process of the US foreign policy-making? What are the operating conditions of international law? International Law-making Is there an international legislature? Which state or group of states takes the initiative in international lawmaking? (What about Japan?) United Nations in International Law-making Law of Treaty What is a treaty? Who are entitled to represent the State? How do states express their consent to be bound by treaties? How does a treaty come into force? How should the text of a treaty be interpreted? (Should the intention of its parties be treated as the guiding principle?) Reservations Why do states make reservations to treaties and why do some treaties prohibit reservations? What reservations has Japan made to the International Covenants on Human Rights? What is the general principle concerning the permissibility of reservations? 第 11 回 Presentations and Discussion 1 Each student will do a brief survey on a specific international legal problem in which Japan is involved and makes a presentation about that issue based on the survey. 第 12 回 Creation of States in International Law How many new States have been emerged (and how many States disappeared) since the end of the World War II? What are the legal criteria of the State? ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 1/3

29 What are the legal effects of State recognition or of non-recognition? 第 13 回 Creation of States continued What legal questions follow the formation of a new State? 第 14 回 Non-State Actors and International Law What doe "subjects of international law" mean? Which international actors are counted as subjects of international law? 第 15 回 UN Charter 第 16 回 State Sovereignty What is the concept of sovereignty in international law? What does the sovereign equality mean? 第 17 回 State Jurisdiction What is State jurisdiction? What is the modern basis of State jurisdiction? Why do states exercise extraterritorial jurisdiction? What is universal jurisdiction? 第 18 回 State Jurisdiction continued What is the importance of extradition treaties? What is sovereign immunity? What are the jurisdictional problems involved in the US-Japan Status of Force Agreement? 第 19 回 Japan's Judicial System and International Law What is the position of international law in national legal systems? When and how did Japan modernize its legal system? What is the basic structure of the Japanese Government and what powers are granted to the supreme court by the Constitution? How did Japanese courts responded to international legal cases? 第 20 回 State Territory How far does the territory of a State extend seawards and above in the air from its land territory? What were the principles governing territorial acquisition during the age of classical international law and how did they change in modern international law? What are legal aspects of the territorial disputes between Japan and its neighbor countries? 第 21 回 Development of the Law of the Sea How did Japan respond to the development of the law of the sea? 第 22 回 Basic Institutions of the Law of the Sea Which state exercises jurisdiction over vessels in navigation? What is the right of innocent passage? What rights and jurisdictions does a coastal state have beyond its territorial sea? 第 23 回 Antarctic, Deep Sea Bed and Outer Space 第 24 回 Presentations and Discussion 2 Each student will do a brief survey on a particular international legal problem in which his/her country is involved and makes a presentation about it based on the survey. 第 25 回 Regulation of Force in International Law What is the traditional distinction between jus ad bellum and jus in bello? What is the concept of collective security that underlies the institution of the UN Charter? What is the concept of self-defense adopted in the UN Charter? 第 26 回 International Law of Armed Conflict What are the origins of the laws of war? How did the classical laws of war evolve during the 19th century? What changes occurred in this blanch of law since the end of the Second World War? What are the basic principles of the modern international law of armed conflict? 第 27 回 Arms Limitation 第 28 回 Human Rights in International Law How did international protection of human rights evolve? What conception of human rights is adopted in international law (and how does it differ from that of the Japanese constitution)? 第 29 回 International Economic Law 第 30 回 International Law of Environmental Protection 教 科 書 /Textbooks 開 講 時 に 指 示 する/Announced during the first class meeting ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 2/3

30 必 携 参 考 書 /Required reference books 開 講 時 に 指 示 する/Announced during the first class meeting プリント 配 布 /Handouts 推 薦 参 考 書 /Recommended reference books 開 講 時 に 指 示 する/Announced during the first class meeting 著 者 名 /Authors Conway W. Henderson 書 名 /Title of books Understanding International Law 出 版 社 /Publishers Wiley-Blackwell (2010) ISBN ISBN 備 考 /Notes This book is written as an introduction of international law with special care for undergraduate (non-law-school) students new to this field. Since the lectures are delivered in English, reasonable level of English proficiency is required. It is desiable that students (who are not native speaker of English) have cleared the minimum points in one of the tests as indicated bellow. test minimum points TOEFL TOEIC 英 検 2 級 Students must attend two-third of the classes at the minimum. Students may occasionally be asked to do a brief survey on some of the listed questions for the next class. Class attendance will be formally graded (50%). There will be no term-end exam. Students must write a report based on the surveys conducted during the course (50%). There is no required text for this course. For reference, Conway W. Henderson s Understanding International Law (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010) is recommended, because this book is written as an introduction of international law with special care for undergraduate (non-law-school) students new to this field. Other reference books will be announced in the first class meeting. Supplemental reading materials will be occasionally distributed in class. 川 副 令 オフィスアワー/ 月 曜 日 のお 昼 休 みと 三 限 木 曜 日 のお 昼 休 み ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 3/3

31 授 業 科 目 名 /Subject Japan Studies Ⅱ( 日 本 文 学 ) 学 科 区 分 /Department 学 年 /Year 形 態 /Term 単 位 /Credits クラス/ 担 当 者 Class/Instructor 国 際 総 合 政 策 学 科 国 際 教 養 学 科 2 半 期 4 梅 本 順 子 授 業 のテーマ/Overall Theme for Course Introduction of Japanese Literature in the International Context to both non-japanese students and Japanese students who are interested in teaching Japanese culture to non-japanese students 授 業 のねらい/Goal This course aims at providing students(both Japanese and non-japanese) with an introduction to some of the things which I have found most remarkable in Japanese literature, using the materials translated into English 授 業 の 方 法 /Content I will introduce a brief outline of the history of Japanese literature. Then, we will read some of representative works translated into English for discussion. 第 1 回 Introduction to this course 第 2 回 What is Japanese literature? 第 3 回 Japanese Literature in the International Context 1 第 4 回 Japanese literature in the International Context 2 第 5 回 History of Japanese Literature 1 第 6 回 History of Japanese Literature 2 第 7 回 History of Japanese Literature 3 第 8 回 History of Japanese Literature 4 第 9 回 History of Japanese Literature 5 第 10 回 Review 1 第 11 回 Japanese poetry 1 第 12 回 Japanese poetry 2 第 13 回 Japanese poetry 3 第 14 回 Japanese theater 1 第 15 回 Japanese theater 2 第 16 回 Japanese theater 3 第 17 回 Japanese novels 1 第 18 回 Japanese novels 2 第 19 回 Japanese novels 3 第 20 回 Japanese novels 4 第 21 回 Japanese novels 5 第 22 回 Humor in Japanese literature 1 第 23 回 Humor in Japanese literature 2 第 24 回 Humor in Japanese literature 3 第 25 回 Humor in Japanese literture 4 第 26 回 Review 2 第 27 回 Gender in Japanese literature 1 第 28 回 Gender in Japanese literature 2 第 29 回 Gender in Japanese literature 3 第 30 回 Review 3 教 科 書 /Textbooks プリント 配 布 /Handouts ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 1/2

32 必 携 参 考 書 /Required reference books 開 講 時 に 指 示 する/Announced during the first class meeting 推 薦 参 考 書 /Recommended reference books 開 講 時 に 指 示 する/Announced during the first class meeting attendance 40% and reports 60% reading the materials provided in the previous lessons 梅 本 順 子 オフィスアワー/ 月 曜 昼 休 み 木 曜 3 時 限 目 ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 2/2

33 授 業 科 目 名 /Subject Japan Studies Ⅲ( 文 化 史 ) 学 科 区 分 /Department 学 年 /Year 形 態 /Term 単 位 /Credits クラス/ 担 当 者 Class/Instructor 国 際 総 合 政 策 学 科 国 際 教 養 学 科 2 半 期 4 佐 藤 マサ 子 授 業 のテーマ/Overall Theme for Course Understanding the Japanese pre-modern cultural history 授 業 のねらい/Goal The goal of this course is understanding the Japanese cultural history focusing the pre-modern period, in which Japan constructed its cultural substratum. 授 業 の 方 法 /Content Class will be structured by combination of the lectures and readings of the works about Japanese cultural history. 第 1 回 第 2 回 第 3 回 第 4 回 第 5 回 第 6 回 第 7 回 第 8 回 第 9 回 第 10 回 第 11 回 第 12 回 第 13 回 第 14 回 第 15 回 第 16 回 第 17 回 第 18 回 第 19 回 第 20 回 第 21 回 第 22 回 第 23 回 第 24 回 第 25 回 第 26 回 第 27 回 第 28 回 第 29 回 第 30 回 Introduction to the Course -Understanding Japanese Early and Cassical Culture- The Period of the Early Japanese State- Formation and the System of the Early State- The Early Japanese State and its Culture The Spread of Chinese Influence -The Institutions and Chinese State Theory- The Introduction of Writing and the Cultural Change The Introduction of Buddhism into Japan(1) The Introduction of Buddhism into Japan(2) Court Society and the Fujiwara Administrative Office The Development of a Native Syllabary (kana) Heian Court Culture and "The Tale of Genji" by Murasaki Shikibu Heian Court Culture and its Architecture and the Domestic Painting, Yamatostyle The Bushi and the Kamakura Shogunate The Spread of Feudalism The Soul of the Samurai and the Idealized Cult of the Bushi (bushidō) Popularization of Buddhist or Liberalization of Doctrine? Mid-term Examination Under the Ashikaga Hegemony Cultural Development and Economic Growth The Architecture in the Ashikaga Period Nō and Renga- Development and Spread- The International Relations in the Ashikaga Period The new Political Units in the Destructive Period Regal und Religious Institutions under the Establishment of the Baku-han System Education Policy of Tokugawa Ieyasu The Intellectual Environments under the Tokugawa Regime Economic Growth and its Problem in the Novels of Ihara Saikaku The floating world and the Culture of Chōnin The Development of the Wood Block Printsーthe Print-Media in the Tokugawa Periodー The Tokugawa Dramatic World Tokugawa Confucianism and Kokugaku Studies 教 科 書 /Textbooks プリント 配 布 /Handouts ir-syllabus.yoshida-p.net/kokusai/index_tchr_k.html 1/2

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