IMAP Department of Philosophy
Intended School: For 2nd-year IMAP History majors only
Topics in Japanese History III
Ito 教員室/G30 Classroom
E科目 (English, その他)
This course is for students intending to conduct graduate research in the field of Japanese history. Each participant will be required to devise a reading and research trajectory to accomplish their particular research goal. This includes writing an independent study proposal, developing an appropriate reading list, and designing a research schedule.|
The proposal (approx. 1000 words) and an initial reading list should be submitted on the first day of class (October 3, 2019). Generally, students should propose a topic in relation to their MA thesis. The proposal should include a statement of the objective(s) of the project as well as a description of the research and reading to be undertaken.
Students will be informed of their acceptance into this course within three days of the first class. 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|
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Required Ability :
Textbooks : None|
Reference Books : None
Course Handouts : None; students are responsible for creating their own reading list
Suggestion for success (Specific) : Each week, students will present (orally and/or in written form) on their research progress, on the primary and secondary sources they have read, on problems encountered and issues resolved, etc.
Study Consultation (Office Hours) : By appointment
Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method : Research progress will be measured through evaluation of written and oral work
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: 2019/8/23 (14:21)