IMAP Department of Philosophy
Intended School: First- and Second-year students of the IMAP in Japanese Humanities
Japanese Humanities Research in Situ
Ito B-106 Classroom
E科目 (English, その他)
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.
Destinations for the five-day excursion include Mt. Aso, Takachiho shrine, Miyazaki Jingu, the Saitobaru Archaeological Museum, and shrines and temples on the Kunisaki peninsula.
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|
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Course Handouts : Handouts and supplementary materials will be uploaded to the course Dropbox.
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.
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).
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: 2019/2/28 (05:54)