IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year:
Intended School: 専修学生に限る
Topics in Japanese Humanities I
Topics in Japanese Humanities I
Sub Title  Independent Study
Assistant Professor Caleb CARTER
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2020 SpringTerm
weekly Mon1
Ito 教員室 Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview This is an independently guided graduate course. Coursework and design will be created in collaboration between student and instructor in a way that best meets the research goals of the student. Students must consult instructor before enrolling.
Keywords : Independent study, reading, research
Prerequisites :
Required Ability :
授業形態(項目) 授業形態(内容)
講義
外国語演習
原典資料演習
実習/フィールド調査
Problem-Based Learning (問題発見・解決型学習)
学生のプレゼンテーション
Moodle の使用
Textbooks : To be decided between instructor and student.
Reference Books : Not applicable
Course Handouts : Not applicable
Course Plan
Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 Research consultation meeting
2 Research consultation meeting
3 Research consultation meeting
4 Research consultation meeting
5 Research consultation meeting
6 Research consultation meeting
7 Research consultation meeting
8 Research consultation meeting
9 Research consultation meeting
10 Research consultation meeting
11 Research consultation meeting
12 Research consultation meeting
13 Research consultation meeting
14 Research consultation meeting
15 Research consultation meeting

Suggestion for success (Specific) : Regular communication with instructor.
Study Consultation (Office Hours) : Consult instructor
Course Objectives
かなり優れている 優れている 及第である 一層の努力が必要
MP_A-a [先行研究の理解]
哲学を対象とする領域では、古典的な文献著作を厳密に読解するとともに、重要な先行研究に基づいてその内容を批判的に検討し考察できる。
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." SAT/PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and satisfactory." DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
MP_A-a [先行研究の理解]
MP_B1-a [一次資料の読解]
MP_B1-a [一次資料の読解]
MP_B1-b [書誌の作成]
MP_B2-a [総合把握力]
GPA Evaluation
A B C D F
授業を通じて、総じて「かなり優れている」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、概ね「優れている」を超える活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「及第する」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、総じて「及第する」には達しないものの、それに近い活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「一層の努力が必要」の活動にとどまった。
Evaluation
Standpoint→
Evaluation Method
MP_A-a
[先行研究の理解]
MP_A-a
[先行研究の理解]
MP_B1-a
[一次資料の読解]
MP_B1-a
[一次資料の読解]
MP_B1-b
[書誌の作成]
MP_B2-a
[総合把握力]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
Presentation
In-class contribution
Report

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method :
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2020/5/8 (13:49)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year:
Intended School:
Topics in Japanese Literature I
Topics in Japanese Literature I
Sub Title  Introduction to Kobun
Assistant Professor Ashton LAZARUS
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2020 SpringTerm
weekly Mon2
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, 日本語)
Course Overview This course introduces students to the premodern languages of Japan, including bungo (literary Japanese) and kanbun (literary Sinitic). The majority of the course consists of a systematic study of bungo grammar, facilitated by drills and the reading and translation of primary text excerpts. We will also learn the rudiments of kanbun and kundoku (reading by gloss) and there will be at least one unit on reading kuzushiji (cursive script) and hentaigana (non-standard kana characters). In addition to regular drills, homework, and tests, students will be required to complete a translation project at the end of the term to demonstrate proficiency.
Keywords : kobun, bungo, kanbun, kuzushiji, hentaigana
Prerequisites :
Required Ability :
授業形態(項目) 授業形態(内容)
講義
外国語演習
原典資料演習
実習/フィールド調査
Problem-Based Learning (問題発見・解決型学習)
学生のプレゼンテーション
Moodle の使用
Textbooks :
Reference Books :
Course Handouts :
Course Plan
Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 See syllabus
2 See syllabus
3 See syllabus
4 See syllabus
5 See syllabus
6 See syllabus
7 See syllabus
8 See syllabus
9 See syllabus
10 See syllabus
11 See syllabus
12 See syllabus
13 See syllabus
14 See syllabus
15 See syllabus

Suggestion for success (Specific) :
Study Consultation (Office Hours) :
Course Objectives
かなり優れている 優れている 及第である 一層の努力が必要
MP_B1-a [一次資料の読解]
Students will learn strategies for reading, understanding, and interpreting premodern literary texts.
MP_B2-c [問題解決能力]
Students will develop their problem-solving skills through regular language drills.
Literary translation
Students will strengthen their ability to translate from classical Japanese into contemporary English.
GPA Evaluation
A B C D F
授業を通じて、総じて「かなり優れている」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、概ね「優れている」を超える活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「及第する」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、総じて「及第する」には達しないものの、それに近い活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「一層の努力が必要」の活動にとどまった。
Evaluation
Standpoint→
Evaluation Method
MP_B1-a
[一次資料の読解]
MP_B2-c
[問題解決能力]

Literary translation
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method :
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2020/3/10 (07:00)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year: Open for all
Intended School: 人文科学府 / IMAP
Topics in Japanese Art and Architectural History I
Topics in Japanese Art and Architectural History I
Sub Title  Making Sense: Iconography, Facture, and Materiality in the Arts of Japan
Professor Anton SCHWEIZER
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2020 SpringTerm
weekly Mon4
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview In this seminar we will explore the various ways of communicating significance that were deployed in the arts of premodern Japan. The class meetings will span a wide range of artifacts and strategies―from iconographies expressed through the representation, color, or material to the meanings ascribed to processes of aging, practices of selecting and combining, cross-referencing previous styles or historical periods. We will analyze paintings and prints, sculptures and objects made from lacquer, textile, metal, and ceramics.
Keywords : Art history, architecture, visual culture, material culture, symbolism
Prerequisites : None
Required Ability : English reading ability
授業形態(項目) 授業形態(内容)
講義 N/A
外国語演習
原典資料演習
実習/フィールド調査
Problem-Based Learning (問題発見・解決型学習)
学生のプレゼンテーション
Moodle の使用
Textbooks : Reading materials distributed via Dropbox
Reference Books : N/A
Course Handouts : Reading materials distributed via Dropbox
Course Plan
Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 5/7 (Thursday!) Facture: Meaning Embedded to the Making 1)Summers, David: Real Spaces: World Art History and the Rise of Western Modernism (London: Phaidon, 2003), pp. 74-98.
2)Hallam, Ford: Utsushi: Ins Search of Katsuhira's Tiger. Part 1 and 2. Video Recordings.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGMj7o6AwnM
and
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pM0VnL30rDc
2 5/11 Decoration: Ensembles and Patterns Readings:
1)Winter, Irene J.: “Ornament and the ‘Rhetoric of Abundance’ in Assyria.” In: I. Winter: On Art in the Ancient Near East Vol. 1 (Leiden & Boston, MA: Brill, 2010), pp. 163-183.
2)Hay, Jonathan: Sensuous Surfaces: The Decorative Object in Early Modern China (London: Reaktion Books, 2010), pp. 142-67 and 270-307.
3 5/18 Ritual Meaning: Colors and Materials 1) Dusenbury, Mary McClintock: “Color at the Court
of Japan in the Heian Period.” In Dusenbury, M. and Monica Bethe (eds.): Color in Ancient and Medieval East Asia (Lawrence, KS: Spencer Museum of Art & University of Kansas, 2015), pp. 162-177.
2) Gerhart, Karen M.: The Material Culture of Death in Medieval Japan (Honolulu, HI: University of Hawai’i Press, 2009), pp. 83-112.
4 5/25 Seasonality
Object description due
Shirane, Haruo: Japan and the Culture of the Four
Seasons: Nature, Literature and the Arts (New York: Columbia University Press, 2012), pp. 1-87 (Introduction + chapters 1+2).
5 6/1 Corporeality: Presence and Absence Readings:
1) Lippit, Yukio: “Negative Verisimilitude: The Zen
Portrait in Medieval Japan.” In Vishanka N. Desai
(ed.): Asian art history in the twenty-first century (Williamstown & New Haven: Yale University
Press, 2007), pp. 64-95.
2) Levine, Gregory P.: “Switching Sites and Identities:
The Founder’s Statue at the Buddhist Temple Kōrin’in” The Art Bulletin 83:1 (March, 2001), pp. 72-104.
6 6/8 Body and Seoul: Karmic Investment 1) Fister,Patricia:“CreatingDevotionalArtwith
Body Fragments: The Buddhist Nun Bunchi and Her Father, Emperor Gomizuno-o.” Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 27:3-4 (fall/winter, 2000), pp. 213-238.
2) MonikaBethe:“TextilesinImperialConvents.”In: In Chūsei Nihon Kenkyūjo e. a. (eds.). Amamonzeki no sekai: Miko tachi no shinkō to gosho bunka (Tokyo: Sankei Shinbunsha, 2009), pp. 308-313.
3) Yamakawa,Aki:“IntertwinedThreads:TheWorld of the Enshōji Altar Cloth.” Ibid., pp. 321-326.
7 6/15 Temporality: Aging and Patina
Take home assignment due
1) Hladik, Murielle: “Time Perception, or the Ineluctable Aging of Material in Architecture.” In: Fiévé, Nicolas & Paul Waley (eds.): Japanese Capitals in Historical Perspective: Place, Power and Memory in Kyoto, Edo and Tokyo (London: Routledge Curzon, 2003), pp. 257-282.
2) Izutsu, Toshihiko and Izutsu, Toyo: The Theory of Beauty in the Classical Aesthetics of Japan (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff & Boston, MA: Kluwer, 1981), pp.
8 6/22 Intertextuality and Intermediality: References to other texts, art works, periods etc. Readings:
1) Wheelwright, Carolyn: “Past and Present, Text and Image.” In C. Wheelwright (ed.): Word in Flower: The Visualization of Classical Literature in Seventeenth-Century Japan (New Haven, CT: Yale University Art Gallery, 1989), pp. 84-108.
2) Smith, Henry D. III: “Hokusai and the Blue Revolution in Edo Prints.” In: (ed.): Hokusai and His Age: Ukiyo-e Painting,
Printmaking, and Book Illustration in Late Edo 235-269.
(3) Nicolas & Paul Waley (eds.): Japanese Capitals in Historical Perspective: Place, Power and Memory in Kyoto, Edo and Tokyo (London: Routledge Curzon, 2003), pp. 257-282.
2)Izutsu, Toshihiko and Izutsu, Toyo: The Theory of Beauty in the Classical Aesthetics of Japan (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff & Boston, MA: Kluwer, 1981), pp.
9 6/29 Tentatively, no class (Schweizer away)
10 7/6 Tentatively, no class (Schweizer away)
11 7/13 Student presentations
12 7/20 Playfulness: Asobi, Illusion, and Imitation First paper draft due Readings:
Hay, Jonathan: Sensuous Surfaces: The Decorative Object in Early Modern China (London: Reaktion Books, 2010), pp. 214-235.
13 7/27 Wrap-up / Final Discussion

Suggestion for success (Specific) : N/A
Study Consultation (Office Hours) : By appointment
Course Objectives
かなり優れている 優れている 及第である 一層の努力が必要
MP_A-b [芸術作品の理解]
芸術学を対象とする領域では、芸術作品を正確に理解するとともに、重要な先行研究をふまえて作品を分析 し考察できる。
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and satisfactory." DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
MP_A-c [研究史と方法論の説明]
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and satisfactory." DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
MP_B1-b [書誌の作成]
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and satisfactory." DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
MP_B1-c [理論的な分析]
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and satisfactory." DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
DP_B1-b [理論的な分析]
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and satisfactory." DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
GPA Evaluation
A B C D F
授業を通じて、総じて「かなり優れている」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、概ね「優れている」を超える活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「及第する」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、総じて「及第する」には達しないものの、それに近い活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「一層の努力が必要」の活動にとどまった。
Evaluation
Standpoint→
Evaluation Method
MP_A-b
[芸術作品の理解]
MP_A-c
[研究史と方法論の説明]
MP_B1-b
[書誌の作成]
MP_B1-c
[理論的な分析]
DP_B1-b
[理論的な分析]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
In-class contribution
Attendance
Presentation
Report

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method :
Others Others : N/A

教職 :
資格 :

: 2020/4/23 (21:53)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
必修
Intended Year:
Intended School:
Research, Readings, and Methods
Research, Readings, and Methods
Sub Title  Research in Japanese Humanities; co-taught by Van Goethem and Lazarus
Assistant Professor
Associate Professor
Ashton LAZARUS
Ellen Van GOETHEM
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2020 SpringTerm
weekly Tue2
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview In this seminar students will acquire and develop the practical specialist knowledge and skills needed for research in Japanese humanities, including the fields of archaeology, art history, cultural history, history, literature, and religious studies. After laying the foundation by reviewing style and writing requirements, learning how to summarize and critique a lecture and analyze an essay, create an annotated bibliography, and other research skills, students will present their work. Seminar activities include class discussions, the completion of an online course, and student presentations in addition to faculty and guest lectures.
Keywords : Text analysis, logical thinking, scholarly practice and convention
Prerequisites : None
Required Ability : Good English reading and writing
授業形態(項目) 授業形態(内容)
講義
外国語演習
原典資料演習
実習/フィールド調査
Problem-Based Learning (問題発見・解決型学習)
学生のプレゼンテーション
Moodle の使用
Textbooks : Course materials will be distributed by the instructors.
Reference Books :
Course Handouts :
Course Plan
Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 See syllabus
2 See syllabus
3 See syllabus
4 See syllabus
5 See syllabus
6 See syllabus
7 See syllabus
8 See syllabus
9 See syllabus
10 See syllabus
11 See syllabus
12 See syllabus
13 See syllabus
14 See syllabus
15 See syllabus

Suggestion for success (Specific) :
Study Consultation (Office Hours) :
Course Objectives
かなり優れている 優れている 及第である 一層の努力が必要
MP_B1-b [書誌の作成]
関連する先行研究について網羅的な書誌を作成できる。
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." SAT/PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and satisfactory." DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
MP_B1-c [理論的な分析]
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." SAT/PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and satisfactory." DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
MP_B2-a [総合把握力]
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." SAT/PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and satisfactory." DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
DP_B2-b [コミュニケーション能力]
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." SAT/PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and satisfactory." DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
GPA Evaluation
A B C D F
授業を通じて、総じて「かなり優れている」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、概ね「優れている」を超える活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「及第する」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、総じて「及第する」には達しないものの、それに近い活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「一層の努力が必要」の活動にとどまった。
Evaluation
Standpoint→
Evaluation Method
MP_B1-b
[書誌の作成]
MP_B1-c
[理論的な分析]
MP_B2-a
[総合把握力]
DP_B2-b
[コミュニケーション能力]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
Attendance
In-class contribution
Class tests
Report

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method : Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method : Biography (drafts, final version, presentation) (30%)
Article analysis presentation (10%)
Online Course homework (20%)
Tests (20%)
Response assignments (5–20%)
Other (5–20%)
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2020/3/10 (06:58)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
必修
Intended Year: 2nd years
Intended School: IMAP / 広人文学
Master Thesis Guidance
Master Thesis Guidance
Sub Title  Master Thesis Guidance
Professor SCHWEIZER and CARTER
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2020 SpringTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview The primary function of this course is to support the thesis writing process in a collaborative environment once students’ proposals have been accepted. Participants will make regular presentations in order to develop a mutually supportive and productive scholarly cohort through peer review and critique. Other components include Working Words (below), guest lecture responses, and participation in specified RRM activities. Students must have completed all RRM coursework before enrolling.
Keywords : Progress on MA thesis, research, writing, presentation
Prerequisites : N/A
Required Ability : Critical thinking
授業形態(項目) 授業形態(内容)
講義 N/A
外国語演習
原典資料演習
実習/フィールド調査
Problem-Based Learning (問題発見・解決型学習)
学生のプレゼンテーション
Moodle の使用
Textbooks : No textbook will be used
Reference Books : N/A
Course Handouts : Syllabus will be distributed as PDF
Course Plan
Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 April 14
2 May 12
3 May 19
4 May 26
5 June 2
6 June 9
7 June 16
8 June 23
9 June 30
10 Late June/Early July [this timeline could change upon further notice]: Submission of Thesis Title Form to Student Affairs
11 July 7

Suggestion for success (Specific) : N/A
Study Consultation (Office Hours) : Keep the work up!
Course Objectives
かなり優れている 優れている 及第である 一層の努力が必要
MP_B1-b [書誌の作成]
関連する先行研究について網羅的な書誌を作成できる。
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and satisfactory." DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
MP_B1-c [理論的な分析]
哲学的著作あるいは芸術作品 について実証的に考察し、かつ理論的な分析を加えることができる。
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and satisfactory." DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
MP_B2-a [総合把握力]
高度に専門的な知識を総合的に把握する能力を身につける。
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and satisfactory." DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
MP_B2-b [理論的思考力]
人文科学の実証的な方法と理論的な思考力を身につける。
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and satisfactory." DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
DP_A-c [研究史と方法論の体系的理解]
哲学、倫理学、インド哲学史、中国哲学史、芸術学、 これらのうち一つについて、当該分野における研究史と方法論を体系的に説明できる。
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and satisfactory." DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
GPA Evaluation
A B C D F
授業を通じて、総じて「かなり優れている」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、概ね「優れている」を超える活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「及第する」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、総じて「及第する」には達しないものの、それに近い活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「一層の努力が必要」の活動にとどまった。
Evaluation
Standpoint→
Evaluation Method
MP_B1-b
[書誌の作成]
MP_B1-c
[理論的な分析]
MP_B2-a
[総合把握力]
MP_B2-b
[理論的思考力]
DP_A-c
[研究史と方法論の体系的理解]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
プレゼンテーション
授業への貢献度
出席
期末試験

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method : N/A
Others Others : N/A

教職 :
資格 :

: 2020/4/21 (14:14) 〔N/A〕

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year:
Intended School: For 1st- and 2nd-year IMAP History majors only (maximum enrollment capped at 7)
Topics in Japanese History II
Topics in Japanese History II
Sub Title  Independent Project
Associate Professor Ellen VAN GOETHEM
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2020 SpringTerm
weekly Wed1
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, その他)
Course Overview In this course, participants will work on an independent research and/or educational project throughout the semester. Each project will run in close collaboration with the course instructor and, as a result, enrollment in this course will be capped at 7 participants.
Research projects should be related to the student’s MA thesis in the field of history; possible educational projects include:
-Development of an undergraduate-level History of Japan survey course using Sutori
-Development of a graduate-level methodology course using Moodle
Students working on a research project will be required to devise a reading and research trajectory to accomplish their particular goal. This includes writing a study proposal (approx. 1000 words), developing an appropriate annotated reading list, and designing a research schedule.
Students working on an educational project will further develop existing materials and expand these through additional research in their own area(s) of expertise. They too will develop an appropriate annotated reading list and will conduct research to support their educational project.
Each week, students will report (orally and/or in written form) on their progress, on the primary or secondary sources they have read, on problems encountered and issues resolved, etc.

Interested students should contact the instructor with an initial, brief description of their project by May 7. Students will be informed of their acceptance into this course by May 11. They will then be asked to expand their reading list and research schedule to comprise a semester’s worth of academic material and work.
Keywords : Independent study, Japanese history, graduate level
Prerequisites : Completion of at least one semester of Research, Readings and Methods
Required Ability :
授業形態(項目) 授業形態(内容)
講義
外国語演習
原典資料演習
実習/フィールド調査
Problem-Based Learning (問題発見・解決型学習)
学生のプレゼンテーション
Moodle の使用
Textbooks : None; students are responsible for creating their own reading list
Reference Books : None; students are responsible for creating their own reading list
Course Handouts : None; students are responsible for creating their own reading list
Course Plan
Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 May 13 Group meeting with all course participants Introduction to the course, discussion of meeting schedules
2 May 20 Individual and/or group meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
3 May 27 Individual and/or group meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
4 June 3 Individual and/or group meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
5 June 10 Individual and/or group meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
6 June 17 Individual and/or group meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
7 June 24 Individual and/or group meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
8 July 1 Individual and/or group meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
9 July 8 Individual and/or group meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
10 July 15 Individual and/or group meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
11 July 22 Individual and/or group meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
12 July 29 Individual and/or group meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments

Suggestion for success (Specific) : Each week, students will present (orally and/or in written form) on their progress, on the primary and secondary sources they have read, on problems encountered and issues resolved, etc.
Study Consultation (Office Hours) : By appointment
Course Objectives
かなり優れている 優れている 及第である 一層の努力が必要
MP_A-c [研究史と方法論の体系的理解]
Students are aware of the historiography of their chosen project
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." SAT/PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and satisfactory." DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
MP_B1-a [一次資料の読解]
Students include primary sources in their reading list
MP_B1-c [理論的な分析]
Students critically analyze and compare the works in their reading list
MP_B2-a [総合把握力]
Students have a clear grasp of the concepts, arguments, etc. presented in their readings
MP_B2-c [問題解決能力]
Students read goal-oriented towards finding an answer to their research question(s)
GPA Evaluation
A B C D F
授業を通じて、総じて「かなり優れている」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、概ね「優れている」を超える活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「及第する」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、総じて「及第する」には達しないものの、それに近い活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「一層の努力が必要」の活動にとどまった。
Evaluation
Standpoint→
Evaluation Method
MP_A-c
[研究史と方法論の体系的理解]
MP_B1-a
[一次資料の読解]
MP_B1-c
[理論的な分析]
MP_B2-a
[総合把握力]
MP_B2-c
[問題解決能力]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
Creations
In-class contribution
Report

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method : Active participation, creations, discussion
Others Others :

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資格 :

: 2020/4/23 (08:36)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japan: A Literary History
Japan: A Literary History
Sub Title  Japan: A Literary History
Assistant Professor Ashton LAZARUS
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2020 SpringTerm
weekly Wed2
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview This course surveys the history of Japanese literature, from ancient times through the medieval period. Students will read texts from a variety of genres: narrative tales, poetry and songs, diaries, travel accounts, miscellanies, and plays. Topics of focus include the influence of the classical Chinese canon; the shifting balance between innovation and traditionalism in literary expression; the material and performative aspects of literary practice; and literature’s relationship to broader social, political, and religious currents.
Keywords :
Prerequisites : None
Required Ability :
授業形態(項目) 授業形態(内容)
講義
外国語演習
原典資料演習
実習/フィールド調査
Problem-Based Learning (問題発見・解決型学習)
学生のプレゼンテーション
Moodle の使用
Textbooks :
Reference Books :
Course Handouts :
Course Plan
Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 See syllabus
2 See syllabus
3 See syllabus
4 See syllabus
5 See syllabus
6 See syllabus
7 See syllabus
8 See syllabus
9 See syllabus
10 See syllabus
11 See syllabus
12 See syllabus
13 See syllabus
14 See syllabus
15 See syllabus

Suggestion for success (Specific) :
Study Consultation (Office Hours) :
Course Objectives
かなり優れている 優れている 及第である 一層の努力が必要
MP_A-a [先行研究の理解]
Through reading and discussing secondary scholarship, students will learn about the field of literary studies and gain insight into how to establish and conduct academic work in the humanities.
MP_A-b [芸術作品の理解]
Special attention will be given to understanding how literary texts work as aesthetic objects. Students will come away from this course with solid foundation in formal analysis.
MP_B1-a [一次資料の読解]
Because the majority of readings will consist of primary texts in translation, students will have an opportunity to become familiar with the different genres and styles of premodern Japanese literature.
MP_B1-b [書誌の作成]
Students will plan, develop, and complete a research paper that makes use of both primary and secondary sources.
GPA Evaluation
A B C D F
授業を通じて、総じて「かなり優れている」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、概ね「優れている」を超える活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「及第する」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、総じて「及第する」には達しないものの、それに近い活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「一層の努力が必要」の活動にとどまった。
Evaluation
Standpoint→
Evaluation Method
MP_A-a
[先行研究の理解]
MP_A-b
[芸術作品の理解]
MP_B1-a
[一次資料の読解]
MP_B1-b
[書誌の作成]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method :
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2020/3/10 (06:59)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year:
Intended School: This course is restricted to students in the IMAP in Japanese Humanities
Topics in Text and Material Culture I
Topics in Text and Material Culture I
Sub Title  The Long Seventh Century
Associate Professor Ellen VAN GOETHEM
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2020 SpringTerm
weekly Thu2
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview In this course we will explore the material and written culture of the Japanese archipelago’s “long seventh century.” This fascinating period of transition, classified under both the Kofun and Asuka periods, is characterized by the final stages of the construction of kofun mounded tombs, as well as the increased adoption from the continent of Buddhism, writing, and models for urban development and administration.
This close study will allow us to reflect on the beginnings of the historic period through the lenses of archaeology, history, state formation, urbanization, and the ritual landscape. We will also explore 19th- through 21st-century responses to this phase in Japanese history in the form of the development of the fields of history and archaeology, as well as site preservation and reconstruction efforts.
Keywords : Kofun period, Asuka period, archaeology, history, historiography
Prerequisites :
Required Ability :
授業形態(項目) 授業形態(内容)
講義
外国語演習
原典資料演習
実習/フィールド調査
Problem-Based Learning (問題発見・解決型学習)
学生のプレゼンテーション
Moodle の使用
Textbooks : No textbook is used. Handouts and readings will be distributed by the instructor or are available in the IMAP Seminar Room library.
Reference Books : Edwards, Walter. “Contested Access: The Imperial Tombs in the Postwar Period.” Journal of Japanese Studies 26:2 (2000), pp. 371–92.
Edwards, Walter. “Monuments to an Unbroken Line: The Imperial Tombs and the Emergence of Modern Japanese Nationalism.” In The Politics of Archaeology and Identity in a Global Context, ed. Susan Kane, pp. 11–30. Boston: Archaeological Institute of America, 2004.
Macaulay, David. Motel of the Mysteries. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1979.
Mizoguchi, Kōji. An Archaeological History of Japan: 30,000 B.C. to A.D. 700. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002.
Mizoguchi, Kōji. The Archaeology of Japan: from the Earliest Rice Farming Villages to the Rise of the State. Cambridge University Press, 2013.
Mori Kimiyuki 森公章. Kentōsho no kōbō 遣唐使の光芒. Kadokawa, 2010.
Okamura, Katsuyuki, and Robert Condon. “Reconstruction Sites and Education in Japan: A Case Study from the Kansai Region.” In The Constructed Past: Experimental Archaeology, Education and the Public, ed. Philippe Planel and Peter G. Stone, pp. 63–75. Routledge, 1999.
Sakai Ryūichi 酒井龍一, Araki Kōji 荒木浩司, Aihara Yoshiyuki 相原嘉之, and Tōno Haruyuki 東野治之. Asuka to Ikaruga: Michi de musubareta miya to tera 飛鳥と斑鳩 道で結ばれた宮と寺. Nara: Nara University, 2013.
Takagi, Kiyoko. The Eight Female Emperors of Japan. Fuzambo International, 2018.
Yoshimura Takehiko 吉村武彦, ed. Kodaishi no kiso chishiki 古代史の基礎知識. Kadokawa, 2005.
Course Handouts : All materials will be made available via Moodle. A full reading list will be online by May 7.
Course Plan
Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 May 7 – Introduction
2 May 14 – The Archaeological Evidence (1) Discussion
3 May 21 – The Archaeological Evidence (2) Field trip
4 May 28 – To Dig or Not to Dig? Discussion
5 June 4 – The Historical Evidence (1) Discussion
6 June 11 – The Historical Evidence (2) Discussion
7 June 18 – Contact with the Continent Discussion
8 June 25 – State Formation (1) Field trip
9 July 2 – State Formation (2) Discussion
10 July 9 – Urbanization Discussion
11 July 16 – The Ritual Landscape Discussion
12 July 23 – Preservation and Reconstruction Presentations
13 July 30 – Paper presentation

Suggestion for success (Specific) : Class will mostly consist of reading and discussion/reflection with a modest amount of lecturing. Most readings will be in English, but there will be a few readings in Japanese (both primary and secondary sources). Each student will be required to write a 3000-word research paper (excluding footnotes and bibliography) on a topic related to the course.
Study Consultation (Office Hours) :
Course Objectives
かなり優れている 優れている 及第である 一層の努力が必要
MP_A-a [先行研究の理解]
哲学を対象とする領域では、古典的な文献著作を厳密に読解するとともに、重要な先行研究に基づいてその内容を批判的に検討し考察できる。
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." SAT/PASSLEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and satisfactory." DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
MP_A-c [研究史と方法論の説明]
哲学、倫理学、インド哲学史、中国哲学史、芸術学、 これらのうち一つについて、当該分野における研究史と方法論を体系的に説明できる。
MP_B1-a [一次資料の読解]
哲学および芸術学の領域に関する文献や一次資料を厳密に読解する能力を身につける。
MP_B2-c [問題解決能力]
問題の本質を熟慮し、その解決方法を提示する能力を身につける。
GPA Evaluation
A B C D F
授業を通じて、総じて「かなり優れている」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、概ね「優れている」を超える活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「及第する」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、総じて「及第する」には達しないものの、それに近い活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「一層の努力が必要」の活動にとどまった。
Evaluation
Standpoint→
Evaluation Method
MP_A-a
[先行研究の理解]
MP_A-c
[研究史と方法論の説明]
MP_B1-a
[一次資料の読解]
MP_B2-c
[問題解決能力]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
In-class contribution 20%
Creations Translations/summaries (Japanese-English)
Report 50%
Presentation 20%

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method :
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2020/4/23 (08:51)

IMAP 人文基礎専攻

広人文学コース専門科目 (単位数 2)
選択科目
対象学年:
対象学部等:
The Ryukyuan Languages: An Introduction
The Ryukyuan Languages: An Introduction
講義題目 
准教授 下地 理則
科目ナンバリングコード:
講義コード:
2020 前期
毎週 木曜4限
伊都 B-105 教室
(, )
授業の概要

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キーワード :
履修条件 :
履修に必要な知識・能力 :
授業形態(項目) 授業形態(内容)
講義
外国語演習
原典資料演習
実習/フィールド調査
Problem-Based Learning (問題発見・解決型学習)
学生のプレゼンテーション
Moodle の使用
テキスト :
参考書 :
授業資料 :
授業計画
進度・内容・行動目標等 講義 演習・その他 授業時間外学習

授業以外での学習に当たって :
学習相談 :
到達目標
かなり優れている 優れている 及第である 一層の努力が必要
GPA評価
A B C D F
成績評価
観点→
成績評価方法
備考(欠格条件、割合等)

成績評価基準に関わる補足事項 :
その他 その他 :

教職 :
資格 :

更新日 :

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year: 大学院
Intended School: 専修学生
Topics in Religious Practices and Beliefs IV
Topics in Religious Practices and Beliefs IV
Sub Title  Japan in the Field: Studies and Approaches
Assistant Professor Caleb CARTER
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2020 SpringTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview This course is a graduate-level seminar that introduces students to fieldwork in Japan. There are two main components. The first centers on the study and evaluation of recent books and articles in contemporary Japanese studies, with a focus on religion. Through these readings, we will discuss issues related to approach, methodology, ethics, and research design. The second comprises mini field projects. Students will design, conduct, and regularly present on a topic of their choice. Those with existing field projects may select a component to integrate into the course. Sharing successes, challenges, surprises, mishaps, and epic tales from the frontline, students will get a chance to collaborate, problem solve, and learn from one another on how to begin or develop their research in the field.
Keywords : Japan studies, fieldwork, ethnography, religion
Prerequisites : N/A
Required Ability : English fluency
授業形態(項目) 授業形態(内容)
講義 Participation
Reading Facilitation
Presentations
Fieldwork
外国語演習
原典資料演習
実習/フィールド調査
Problem-Based Learning (問題発見・解決型学習)
学生のプレゼンテーション
Moodle の使用
Textbooks : Levi McLaughlin. “All Research is Fieldwork: A Practical Introduction to Studying in Japan as a Foreign Researcher”
Reference Books : Ambros, Barbara. 2018. Bones of contention animals and religion in contemporary Japan.
Rowe, Mark Michael. 2011. Bonds of the dead: temples, burial and the transformation of contemporary Japanese Buddhism. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Starling, Jessica. 2019. Guardians of the Buddha's home: domestic religion in the contemporary Jōdo Shinshū.
Course Handouts : N/A
Course Plan
Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 Course introduction
2 Field methods readings and discussion
3 Class field trip (TBA) Field
4 Field methods readings and discussion
5 Field methods readings and discussion
6 First field excursion (in pairs) Field
7 Pair presentation of field excursion
8 Field methods readings and discussion
9 Field methods readings and discussion
10 Individual fieldwork Field
11 Presentation of field excursion
12 Field methods readings and discussion
13 Individual fieldwork Field
14 Field methods readings and discussion
15 Presentation of field excursion

Suggestion for success (Specific) :
Study Consultation (Office Hours) : Office hours by appointment
Course Objectives
かなり優れている 優れている 及第である 一層の努力が必要
MP_A-a [先行研究の理解]
哲学を対象とする領域では、古典的な文献著作を厳密に読解するとともに、重要な先行研究に基づいてその内容を批判的に検討し考察できる。
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." SAT/PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and satisfactory." DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
MP_A-c [研究史と方法論の説明]
MP_B2-c [問題解決能力]
現地調査 (Fieldwork)
GPA Evaluation
A B C D F
授業を通じて、総じて「かなり優れている」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、概ね「優れている」を超える活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「及第する」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、総じて「及第する」には達しないものの、それに近い活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「一層の努力が必要」の活動にとどまった。
Evaluation
Standpoint→
Evaluation Method
MP_A-a
[先行研究の理解]
MP_A-c
[研究史と方法論の説明]
MP_B2-c
[問題解決能力]

現地調査 (Fieldwork)
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
Presentation
In-class contribution
Report

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method :
Others Others : N/A

教職 :
資格 :

: 2020/3/2 (21:50) 〔N/A〕

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year: 大学院
Intended School: 専修学生
Topics in Japanese Humanities II
Topics in Japanese Humanities II
Sub Title  Reading Group -- Independent Studies
Professor Anton Schweizer
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2020 SpringTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito 教員室 Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview This course allows students to conduct their own independent research, while meeting for regular discussion and consultation with their supervisor. Syllabi are tailored to individual student needs. Examples include selected works to read and discuss or individual research projects.
Keywords : Independent study, reading, research
Prerequisites : N/A
Required Ability : English fluency
授業形態(項目) 授業形態(内容)
講義 Attendance
Reading Analysis
外国語演習
原典資料演習
実習/フィールド調査
Problem-Based Learning (問題発見・解決型学習)
学生のプレゼンテーション
Moodle の使用
Textbooks : To be decided by student.
Reference Books : To be decided by student.
Course Handouts : Distributed as PDFs
Course Plan
Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 5/14
Roisin:
Mimi Hall Yiengpruksawan, Hiraizumi: Buddhist Art and Regional Politics in Twelfth-Century Japan.
2 5/28
Arisha:
Christine Guth, Art, Tea, and Industry: Masuda Takashi and the Mitsui Circle.
3 6/18 (Park)
Lachie:
J.P. Park, New Middle Kingdom: Painting and Cultural Politics in Late Chosŏn Korea (1700-1850).
4 7/9
Xinye:
Laura J. Mueller: Competition and Collaboration: Japanese Prints of the Utagawa School.
5 Individual consultations with teacher
6 Individual consultations with teacher
7 Individual consultations with teacher
8 Individual consultations with teacher
9 Individual consultations with teacher
10 Individual consultations with teacher
11 Individual consultations with teacher
12 Individual consultations with teacher
13 Individual consultations with teacher
14 Individual consultations with teacher
15 Individual consultations with teacher

Suggestion for success (Specific) : None
Study Consultation (Office Hours) : Office hours by appointment
Course Objectives
かなり優れている 優れている 及第である 一層の努力が必要
MP_A-a [先行研究の理解]
哲学を対象とする領域では、古典的な文献著作を厳密に読解するとともに、重要な先行研究に基づいてその内容を批判的に検討し考察できる。
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
MP_A-c [研究史と方法論の説明]
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
MP_B1-a [一次資料の読解]
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
MP_B1-c [理論的な分析]
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
MP_B2-c [問題解決能力]
EXCELLENT LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "outstanding." GOOD LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "good." PASS LEVEL: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes is evaluated as "average and DEFICIENT: Student achievement in this area, as measured through his/her level of class preparation and participation, completion of assignments, and performance on the quizzes falls below satisfactory; more effort and application are required to pass.
GPA Evaluation
A B C D F
授業を通じて、総じて「かなり優れている」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、概ね「優れている」を超える活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「及第する」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、総じて「及第する」には達しないものの、それに近い活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「一層の努力が必要」の活動にとどまった。
Evaluation
Standpoint→
Evaluation Method
MP_A-a
[先行研究の理解]
MP_A-c
[研究史と方法論の説明]
MP_B1-a
[一次資料の読解]
MP_B1-c
[理論的な分析]
MP_B2-c
[問題解決能力]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
In-class contribution
Attendance
Report

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method :
Others Others : N/A

教職 :
資格 :

: 2020/4/23 (21:55) 〔N/A〕

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
必修
Intended Year:
Intended School: First- and Second-year students of the IMAP in Japanese Humanities
Japanese Humanities Research in Situ
Japanese Humanities Research in Situ
Sub Title  Kyushu's Cultural Heritage
Associate Professor
Assistant Professor
Ellen VAN GOETHEM
Caleb CARTER
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2020 SpringTerm
weekly Fri1
Ito 教員室/G30 Classroom
E科目 (English, その他)
Course Overview Kyushu offers a rich variety of cultural, historical, and archaeological sites. In this two-year course (credits will be given in the fourth semester), first- and second-year students of the IMAP in Japanese Humanities will visit early settlements, burial mounds, castle ruins, pottery kiln towns, textile production areas, maritime trade centers, temples, shrines, art installations, museum exhibitions, and other sites of interest.
This semester, the course will consist of a number of one-day excursions as well as an extended, five-day excursion.
All IMAP students are required to attend the one-day excursions; only first-year IMAP students are required to participate in the five-day excursion, but other students may join pending approval from the course instructors.
Keywords : Kyushu, archaeology, art, culture, history, religion
Prerequisites :
Required Ability :
授業形態(項目) 授業形態(内容)
講義
外国語演習
原典資料演習
実習/フィールド調査
Problem-Based Learning (問題発見・解決型学習)
学生のプレゼンテーション
Moodle の使用
Textbooks : No textbook is needed. Readings will be distributed by the course instructors.
Reference Books :
Course Handouts : Handouts and supplementary materials will be uploaded to Onedrive
Course Plan
Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 April 17 Field trip
2 April 23 Field trip
3 June 5 Field trip
4 June 18 Field trip
5 mid-July Field trip Extended excursion for first-year students
6 Additional dates may be added

Suggestion for success (Specific) : Active participation and engagement during the excursions are expected. Students should prepare for the extended field trip by completing the required readings.
Study Consultation (Office Hours) : Please contact the course instructors via email to make an appointment.
Course Objectives
かなり優れている 優れている 及第である 一層の努力が必要
MP_B2-a [総合把握力]
高度に専門的な知識を総合的に把握する能力を身につける。
The student demonstrates that they are well prepared, are able to combine detailed information gleaned from the readings, and apply and compare that knowledge to the actual site(s). The student demonstrates that they are prepared, are able to recall information gleaned from the readings, and apply that knowledge to the actual site(s). The student demonstrates that they are able to recite some information gleaned from the readings, and apply and compare that knowledge to the actual site(s). The students is not well prepared, cannot recall information from the readings, and/or cannot apply that information to the site(s).
GPA Evaluation
A B C D F
授業を通じて、総じて「かなり優れている」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、概ね「優れている」を超える活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「及第する」に相当する活動を行った。 授業を通じて、総じて「及第する」には達しないものの、それに近い活動を行った。 授業を通じて、「一層の努力が必要」の活動にとどまった。
Evaluation
Standpoint→
Evaluation Method
MP_B2-a
[総合把握力]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
Report First-year students
Presentation First-year students
In-class contribution First- and second-year students
Attendance First- and second-year students
Creations First-year students

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method : Students will receive readings to be completed before the start of the five-day excursion.
First-year students will be required to give an on-site presentation during the five-day excursion; a written paper and a journal are due after the five-day excursion (date TBA).
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2020/2/26 (13:29)

IMAP 人文基礎専攻

広人文学コース専門科目 (単位数 2)
選択科目
対象学年:
対象学部等:
Japanese Geography
Japanese Geography
講義題目 
教授 遠城 明雄
科目ナンバリングコード:
講義コード:
2020 前期
集中
伊都 地理演 教室
(, )
授業の概要

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キーワード :
履修条件 :
履修に必要な知識・能力 :
授業形態(項目) 授業形態(内容)
講義
外国語演習
原典資料演習
実習/フィールド調査
Problem-Based Learning (問題発見・解決型学習)
学生のプレゼンテーション
Moodle の使用
テキスト :
参考書 :
授業資料 :
授業計画
進度・内容・行動目標等 講義 演習・その他 授業時間外学習

授業以外での学習に当たって :
学習相談 :
到達目標
かなり優れている 優れている 及第である 一層の努力が必要
GPA評価
A B C D F
成績評価
観点→
成績評価方法
備考(欠格条件、割合等)

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