IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Islamic Civilization
History of Islamic Civilization
Sub Title  Reading Classic Arabic Chronicles
教授 清水 和裕
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu5
Ito イスラム演習室 Classroom
E科目 (English, アラビア語)
Course Overview This course provides basic skills to read and understand classic Arabic chronicles during 9th and 10th century B.E., with an introduction to early Islamic history.
Keywords :
Prerequisites :
Required Ability :
Course Plan Textbooks :
Reference Books :
Course Handouts :

Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.

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]
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_B1-c [理論的な分析]
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_B1-c
[理論的な分析]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
Attendance
Presentation

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method :
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2019/10/1 (17:17)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year:
Intended School: Students in the International Master's Course in Japanese Humanities
Japanese Geography
Japanese Geography
Sub Title  Geography of Kyushu
Professor
Professor
Associate Professor
TAKAGI Akihiko, ONJO Akio and IMAZATO Satoshi
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
Ito 地理演 Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview This fieldwork course provides students with the necessary knowledge and basic perspectives for human geography. Students taking this course will participate in five one-day field trips (in April, June, October, November, and February) on foot to various sites such as Shinto shrines, ancient remains, and modern factories in several cities or rural areas within Fukuoka Prefecture and neighboring regions. Students are expected to enjoy long walking distances which reach over about fifteen or twenty kilometers in each trip. This is a one-year course (credits will be given in March 2020).
Keywords : field trips, Fukuoka, Kyushu
Prerequisites :
Required Ability :
Course Plan Textbooks :
Reference Books :
Course Handouts :

Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 Introduction
2 Preparation for the 1st fieldtrip
3 1st Fieldtrip Fieldtrip
4 Preparation for the 2nd fieldtrip
5 Preparation for the 2nd fieldtrip
6 2nd Fieldtrip Fieldtrip
7 Preparation for the 3rd fieldtrip
8 Preparation for the 3rd fieldtrip
9 3rd Fieldtrip Fieldtrip
10 Preparation for the 4th fieldtrip
11 Preparation for the 4th fieldtrip
12 4th Fieldtrip Fieldtrip
13 Preparation for the 5th fieldtrip
14 Preparation for the 5th fieldtrip
15 5th Fieldtrip Fieldtrip

Suggestion for success (Specific) :
Study Consultation (Office Hours) : Tuesday, 16:30-17:30
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]
comprehensive understanding on regional structures of Japanese regions
very detailed and highly systematic descriptions in presentation papers detailed and systematic descriptions in presentation papers moderate quality of descriptions in presentation papers inadequate descriptions in presentation papers
DP_B2-c [社会との関わり]
DP_B2-b [コミュニケーション能力]
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_B2-a
[総合把握力]
DP_B2-c
[社会との関わり]
DP_B2-b
[コミュニケーション能力]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
Presentation
Attendance
Report

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method : Making reports for field trips and participation and presentation in fieldtrips
Others Others : Please contact the following e-mail address: takagi@lit.kyushu-u.ac.jp
We will hold a guidance for this seminar at noon April 9, 2019 in Geography Seminar Room on the sixth floor. The date and time of the orientation lecture will be announced before the opening of the course.

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資格 :

: 2019/4/4 (20:13)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year:
Intended School: If you think you are qualified, then the next step is to contact the professor (shimojiATlit.kyushu-u.ac.jp) for an appointment. You *must not* come directly to the classroom unless you have discussed your qualification and research interest with the professor in advance.
The Ryukyuan Languages: An Introduction
The Ryukyuan Languages: An Introduction
Sub Title  Ryukyuan linguistics (This class will *not* take place on a regular basis (see below))
准教授 下地 理則
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Wed5
Ito B-105 Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview This class is eligible for those students who satisfy *all* of the following conditions:

(1) Have a BA in linguistics
(2) Have had at least two years of fieldwork experience in lesser known languages.
(3) Have an excellent command of Japanese, given that the class is about dialects of Japanese and minority languages in Japan. Note that most previous works are in Japanese.

If you think you are qualified, then the next step is to contact the professor (shimojiATlit.kyushu-u.ac.jp) for an appointment. You *must not* come directly to
the classroom unless you have discussed your qualification and research interest with
the professor in advance.
Keywords :
Prerequisites : If you think you are qualified, then the next step is to contact the professor (shimojiATlit.kyushu-u.ac.jp) for an appointment. You *must not* come directly to the classroom unless you have discussed your qualification and research interest with the professor in advance.
Required Ability : If you think you are qualified, then the next step is to contact the professor (shimojiATlit.kyushu-u.ac.jp) for an appointment. You *must not* come directly to the classroom unless you have discussed your qualification and research interest with the professor in advance.
Course Plan Textbooks :
Reference Books :
Course Handouts :

Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 Literature review (1 to 3 papers each week).
Fieldwork, linguistic analyses and generalizations

Suggestion for success (Specific) : You are expected to work on several papers each week.
You are also expected to arrange your own fieldwork trip and get raw data by yourself.
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]
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。
You are able to explain the basic typological characteristics of major Japanese dialects and Ryukyuan. You have a detailed knowledge of the typological characteristics of major Japanese dialects and Ryukyuan. You have a basic knowledge of the typological characteristics of major Japanese dialects and Ryukyuan. You have a poor knowledge of the typological characteristics of major Japanese dialects and Ryukyuan.
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]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
Final Exam 45
Class tests 15
Report 30
Presentation 10

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method : As mentioned above, the first thing you have to do is to check whether you are qualified for this class, and the next step is to consult with the professor in person. You are not allowed to come directly to the classroom on the first day of the course.
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2019/9/11 (14:29)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year:
Intended School:
Topics in Japanese History I
Topics in Japanese History I
Sub Title  Methods and Skills: Edo-period Documents and Material Culture
Associate Professor Ellen VAN GOETHEM
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu2
Ito B-103 Classroom
E科目 (English, その他)
Course Overview This graduate seminar provides an in-depth study of the Edo period through both written sources and material culture. After reviewing the most significant scholarly literature and reference works on the period, students will read primary source materials (in translation and in Japanese) and learn to interpret remains from historic-period archaeological sites to acquire the specialist skills needed to undertake research in Edo-period history.
Topics to be explored include the built environment, the material culture of rituals, and center-periphery relations.
Keywords : history, archaeology, Edo period, historical method
Prerequisites :
Required Ability :
Course Plan Textbooks : No textbook is used
Reference Books : See syllabus
Course Handouts : Course handouts will be made available via Dropbox or a similar medium

Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 Introduction
2 Overview of the Edo period Discussion See syllabus
3 Sources Discussion and student presentation See syllabus
4 Sources Discussion See syllabus
5 Historiography Discussion See syllabus
6 The built environment Discussion and student presentation See syllabus
7 The built environment Discussion See syllabus
8 The built environment Discussion and student presentation See syllabus
9 Center-periphery relations Discussion and student presentation See syllabus
10 Center-periphery relations Discussion See syllabus
11 Edo-period material culture Discussion and student presentation See syllabus
12 Edo-period material culture Discussion See syllabus
13 Edo-period material culture Discussion and student presentation See syllabus
14 Bakumatsu revival of the imperial institution Discussion and student presentation See syllabus
15 Final discussion Discussion

Suggestion for success (Specific) : The course instructor will provide suggestions for additional readings, site and museum visits
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-a [先行研究の理解]
Students will be familiar with the period's historiography
The student has a firm grasp of the historiography of research on the Edo period The student knows the historiography of research on the Edo period The student is familiar the historiography of research on the Edo period There are gaps in the student's knowledge of the historiography of research on the Edo period
MP_A-c [研究史と方法論の説明]
Students will be aware of the historiography and methodologies used in research on the Edo period
The student has a firm grasp of the methodologies used for research on the Edo period and applies these with ease The student knows the methodologies used for research on the Edo period and applies these The student is familiar with the methodologies used for research on the Edo period and applies some of these There are gaps in the student's knowledge of the methodologies used for research on the Edo period
MP_B1-a [一次資料の読解]
Students will read primary source materials
The student includes a large number of primary sources in their research The student uses some primary sources in their research The student uses one or two primary source in their research The student does not use any primary sources in their research
MP_B1-c [理論的な分析]
Students will critically analyze primary and secondary sources
The student critically analyzes both primary and secondary sources throughout all assignments The student critically analyzes primary and/or secondary sources throughout all assignments The student critically analyzes primary and/or secondary sources throughout most assignments The student is unable to critically analyze primary and/or secondary sources
MP_B2-c [問題解決能力]
Students will read goal-oriented to solve their own research question(s)
The student is able to formulate a clear and innovative research question and reads goal-oriented to solve the question The student is able to formulate a clear research question and mostly reads goal-oriented to solve the question The student is able to formulate a research question and but includes some irrelevant material The student is unable to formulate a research question or uses a lot of irrelevant material
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 30%
Presentation 20%
Report 50%

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method :
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2019/7/26 (22:11)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year:
Intended School: For 2nd-year IMAP History majors only
Topics in Japanese History II
Topics in Japanese History II
Sub Title  Supervised Reading and Research
Associate Professor Ellen VAN GOETHEM
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue1
Ito B-105 Classroom
E科目 (English, その他)
Course Overview 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 (April 9, 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
Prerequisites :
Required Ability :
Course Plan Textbooks : None
Reference Books : None
Course Handouts : None; students are responsible for creating their own reading list

Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 Group meeting with all course participants Introduction to the course, discussion of meeting schedules
2 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
3 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
4 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
5 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
6 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
7 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
8 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
9 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
10 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
11 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
12 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
13 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
14 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
15 Individual 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 research 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 research 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.
Presentation 50%
Report 50%

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method : Research progress will be measured through evaluation of written (50%) and oral (50%) work
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2019/2/15 (06:23)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year:
Intended School: For 2nd-year IMAP History majors only
Topics in Japanese History III
Topics in Japanese History III
Sub Title  Supervised Reading and Research
Associate Professor Ellen VAN GOETHEM
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu1
Ito 教員室/G30 Classroom
E科目 (English, その他)
Course Overview 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
Prerequisites :
Required Ability :
Course Plan Textbooks : None
Reference Books : None
Course Handouts : None; students are responsible for creating their own reading list

Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 Group meeting with all course participants Introduction to the course, discussion of meeting schedules
2 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
3 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
4 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
5 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
6 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
7 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
8 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
9 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
10 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
11 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
12 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
13 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
14 Individual meeting Student-led discussion of that week's readings and research accomplishments
15 Individual 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 research 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 research 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.
Attendance 10%
In-class contribution 50%
Report 30%

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method : Research progress will be measured through evaluation of written and oral work
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2019/8/23 (14:21)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year:
Intended School: IMAP History students
Topics in Japanese History IV
Topics in Japanese History IV
Sub Title  History and Classroom Technology
Associate Professor Ellen VAN GOETHEM
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu2
Ito B-102 Classroom
E科目 (English, その他)
Course Overview This seminar is intended to prepare History students for future careers as academics and/or educators. Technology is a major part of our lives and even though students are well informed about the databases and other technological tools essential to their research, they are less familiar with the vast array of interactive tools and applications that allow them to share their research findings more effectively and efficiently in academic or educational settings.
Through this course, students will discover various scholarly uses of technology and further hone their critical thinking and problem-solving skills. They will experiment with a wide variety of online and offline tools to enhance their oral and written presentations and will explore strategies to increase audience participation. Moreover, students will learn how to tailor information to the distinct needs of different audiences and to deliver historical narratives in new and interesting ways.
Each student will work on a specific era within Japanese history throughout the course and will develop teaching and lecture modules, create digital timelines, develop interactive maps, etc.
Keywords : classroom technology, presentation strategies, interactive tools, applications
Prerequisites :
Required Ability :
Course Plan Textbooks : No textbook is used
Reference Books :
Course Handouts : All handouts will be uploaded to Dropbox

Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 April 11 See syllabus for details (10:30-12:00)
2 April 19 (Friday) See syllabus for details (10:00-12:30)
3 April 25 See syllabus for details (10:00-12:30)
4 May 9 See syllabus for details (10:00-12:30)
5 May 23 See syllabus for details (10:00-12:30)
6 May 30 See syllabus for details (10:00-12:30)
7 June 6 See syllabus for details (10:00-12:30)
8 June 13 See syllabus for details (10:00-12:30)
9 June 20 See syllabus for details (10:00-12:30)

Suggestion for success (Specific) :
Study Consultation (Office Hours) : Please contact the course instructor via email to set up 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_A-a [先行研究の理解]
Students will have thorough knowledge of the historiography of their research and teaching topic
Able to create module(s) with no factual errors. Able to create module(s) with small factual errors. Able to create module(s) with few factual errors. Significant factual errors.
MP_B2-a [総合把握力]
Students will be familiar with and able to apply various research and teaching methodologies and will be able to tailor their presentations to the specific needs of different audiences.
Able to use appropriate technologies to create module(s) with outstanding multimedia. Able to use appropriate technologies to create module(s) with sufficient/interesting multimedia. Able to use appropriate technologies to create module(s) with minimal multimedia. Significant problems with uses of technology and multimedia.
MP_B2-c [問題解決能力]
Students will know various strategies to deal with specific problems
MP_C-c [リーダーシップ]
Students will have the confidence to create lectures, to guide training sessions, and to convey information to others
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_B2-a
[総合把握力]
MP_B2-c
[問題解決能力]
MP_C-c
[リーダーシップ]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
In-class contribution 50%
Creations 50%

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method : Each session will be run as a workshop with students showcasing the progress they have made in creating teaching materials, timelines, maps, etc.
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2019/3/6 (03:19)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year: None in particular.
Intended School: IMAP Department of Philosophy
Topics in Japanese Art and Architectural History III
Topics in Japanese Art and Architectural History III
Sub Title  Samurai as Patrons and Subjects of Art
Professor Anton SCHWEIZER
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon4
Ito B-103 Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview The samurai is, together with the geisha, a quintessential and heavily stereotyped embodiment of Japanese culture. Both in Japan and abroad the samurai triggers either fascination and fetishization, or ridicule and disgust. In this seminar we aim for a fresh look at the historical role that this social group played with a focus on art history and material culture. We will discuss artifacts that either were commissioned by samurai or have samurai as their theme. Both types of artifact therefore are important components in the construction of social identity. Our artifacts date mostly from the Heian to the Edo periods and include paintings, sculptures, buildings, weapons, costumes, lacquer, ceramic, and metal objects. By subjecting the artifacts to close readings and identifying changes in style, facture, purpose, and social context we will attempt to rid ourselves of the manifold layers of legend, nostalgia, and nationalist revisionism that often obscure a clear understanding. The seminar will also provide an incomplete survey of political art from the “late classical” to the early modern periods.
Keywords : Art history, architecture, classical period, medieval period, early modernity, visual culture, material culture, social identity
Prerequisites : None
Required Ability : Good English speaking, understanding, reading.
Course Plan Textbooks : No mandatory text boo.
Reference Books : Suggested readings:
1) Yoshiaki Shimizu (ed.), Japan: the Shaping of Daimyo Culture 1185-1868 (New York: Braziller, 1988).
2) Pierre Francois Souyri, The World Turned Upside Down (New York: Columbia University Press, 2001).
3) H. Paul Varley: Warriors of Japan as Portrayed in the War Tales (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1994).
Course Handouts : Syllabus distributed at first meeting. Further materials and readings via Dropbox.

Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 4/8 Introduction to the course and staking out the topic
2 4/15 The material culture of war
3 4/22 Samurai as sponsors of religion
4 4/29 No class, Golden Week / Showa no hi
5 5/6 War tales (gunki monogatari)
6 5/13 Zen Buddhism
7 5/20 The Higashiyama culture
8 5/27 Sengoku culture
9 6/3 Kyoto screens (rakuchū rakugai zu)
10 6/10 The Tokugawa state ideology
11 6/17 Presentations I
12 6/24 Presentations II
13 7/1 Presentations III
14 7/8 Samurai images from the Edo period
15 7/22Wrap-up: Samurai cinema

Suggestion for success (Specific) :
Study Consultation (Office Hours) : Monday 13:00 – 14:30 or 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_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.
MP_B2-b [理論的思考力]
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 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-a [先行研究の理解]
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 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." 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_B1-b
[書誌の作成]
MP_B1-c
[理論的な分析]
MP_B2-b
[理論的思考力]
DP_A-a
[先行研究の理解]
DP_B2-b
[コミュニケーション能力]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
Attendance
In-class contribution
Class tests
Presentation
Report

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method :
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2019/4/3 (20:02)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year: None in particular.
Intended School: IMAP Department of Philosophy
Topics in Japanese Art and Architectural History VI
Topics in Japanese Art and Architectural History VI
Sub Title  Readings from Japanese art and architecture
Professor Anton SCHWEIZER
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview This is a small-group readings class. Participation only on professor's approval.
Keywords : art history, art theory
Prerequisites : None
Required Ability : Good English reading, speaking, understanding
Course Plan Textbooks : Will be announced.
Reference Books : Will be announced.
Course Handouts : Distributed via Dropbox.

Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 Orientation meeting on 4/9.
Further class meetings according to prior agreement.
2 Further class meetings according to prior agreement.
3 Further class meetings according to prior agreement.
4 Further class meetings according to prior agreement.
5 Further class meetings according to prior agreement.
6 Further class meetings according to prior agreement.
7 Further class meetings according to prior agreement.
8 Further class meetings according to prior agreement.
9 Further class meetings according to prior agreement.
10 Further class meetings according to prior agreement.
11 Further class meetings according to prior agreement.
12 Further class meetings according to prior agreement.
13 Further class meetings according to prior agreement.
14 Further class meetings according to prior agreement.
15 Further class meetings according to prior agreement.

Suggestion for success (Specific) :
Study Consultation (Office Hours) : Monday 13:00 – 14:30 or 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-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_A-b [芸術作品の理解]
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 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." 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-c
[理論的な分析]
DP_A-b
[芸術作品の理解]
DP_B2-b
[コミュニケーション能力]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
Attendance
In-class contribution
Report

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method :
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2019/4/3 (20:16)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year: 大学院の場合
Intended School:
Topics in Religious Practices and Beliefs II
Topics in Religious Practices and Beliefs II
Sub Title  Translating Buddhist Texts
Assistant Professor Caleb CARTER
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito B-106 Classroom
E科目 (English, 日本語)
Course Overview This course focuses on the translation (into English) of Japanese Buddhist and other religious texts mostly from the premodern period. Students will gain (1) working knowledge of key Japanese Buddhist terms, (2) an awareness of important Buddhist concepts, and (3) practice in the use of standard Buddhist reference materials to solve text and research-related issues. The first two weeks will be a hands-on introduction to relevant print and digital resources. Subsequent weeks will consist of in-class translations of textual materials. Students must thoroughly prepare the assigned text for each class. Class time will be devoted to reading the text and translating it out loud (with students taking turns).
Throughout the course, there will be vocabulary quizzes. At the end of the semester, students will submit a polished translation (with Introduction and bibliography) of one of the translated texts from the course.
Keywords : Japanese Buddhist texts, translation, Japanese religions, Buddhist studies
Prerequisites :
Required Ability : Advanced Japanese reading skills, preferably background in classical Japanese
Course Plan Textbooks : N/A
Reference Books : Foster, Michael Dylan. The Book of Yokai: Mysterious Creatures of Japanese Folklore. UC Press, 2015.
Course Handouts :

Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 Print References
2 Digital References
3 Hasshū kōyō kōgi 八宗綱要講義 (Gyōnen 凝然,1240–1321)
4 Hasshū kōyō kōgi, cont.
5 Tannishō 歎異抄(Shinran 親鸞, 1173–1262)
6 Tannishō, cont.
7 Lotus Sūtra: "The Dragon Girl" (from chapter 12, “Devadatta”)
8 Togakushiji ryakki 戶隱寺略記. In the Asaba shō 阿娑縛抄. 1279. Compiled by Shōchō 承澄 (1205–1282).
9 Togakushisan daigongen engi 戶隱山代權現縁起. 1736? Jōin 乗因.
10 Togakushisan daigongen engi, cont.
11 En no Gyōja reigenki 役行者霊験記. 1721. Rentai 蓮体 (1663–1726)
12 En no Gyōja reigenki
13 Budda (1972–1983). Tezuka Osamu 手塚治 (1928–1989)
14 Budda, cont.
15 Self-guided study for final project

Suggestion for success (Specific) :
Study Consultation (Office Hours) : Consult professor for office visits.
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]
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_A-a [先行研究の理解]
MP_B2-a [総合把握力]
MP_B2-c [問題解決能力]
MP_C-a [積極性]
MP_A-c [研究史と方法論の説明]
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_A-a
[先行研究の理解]
MP_B2-a
[総合把握力]
MP_B2-c
[問題解決能力]
MP_C-a
[積極性]
MP_A-c
[研究史と方法論の説明]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method :
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2019/10/9 (13:49)

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 III
Topics in Religious Practices and Beliefs III
Sub Title  JAPANESE FOLKLORE: METHODS & MONSTERS
Assistant Professor Caleb CARTER
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito B-105 Classroom
E科目 (English, 日本語)
Course Overview This graduate seminar examines popular narratives from historical through contemporary Japan and modern methodologies in studying them. Relevant primary sources revolve around non-elite modes of expression: oral histories, epic tales, local legends, stories of the supernatural, music, religious festivals, manga, anime, and film. Through analyses of these mediums, we will explore the underlying belief structures that have shaped ideas concerning death and the afterlife, ethics, otherness, and the spiritual realm in Japan. The course also interrogates the intellectual construct of the ‘folk’ and folk religion. To quote the American folklorist Alan Dundes, “Who are the folk?” How does this concept relate to regional versus national identity, civilized versus so-called primitive populations, premodern versus modern categories?
Keywords : folklore, minzokugaku, yokai, Yanagita Kunio
Prerequisites : N/A
Required Ability : English fluency
Course Plan Textbooks : Foster, Michael Dylan. The Book of Yokai: Mysterious Creatures of Japanese Folklore. UC Press, 2015.
Reference Books : Christy, Alan S. A Discipline on Foot: Inventing Japanese Native Ethnography, 1910–1945. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc, 2012.
Figal, Gerald. Civilization and Monsters: Spirits of Modernity in Meiji Japan. Duke University Press, 2000. (Ordered for the KKS, 9/10/19)
Foster, Michael Dylan. Pandemonium and Parade: Japanese Monsters and the Culture of Yōkai. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2009.
Ortabasi, Melek. The Undiscovered Country. Harvard University Asia Center, 2014.
Tyler, Royall. Japanese Tales. New York: Pantheon Books, 1987. (PDF)
Yanagita Kunio and Ronald A. Morse. The Legends of Tono. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2008.
Course Handouts : N/A

Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 “Who are the folk?” Course Introduction
2 Studying Folk Culture in Japan (An Overview)
3 Foster, Pandemonium and Parade
4 NO CLASS (Tuesday Schedule)
5 Tengu
6 Oni in Medieval Japan
7 Early Modern Oni
8 The Gendered Supernatural (Serpents & Mothers)
9 Legends of Tōno
10 Perspectives on Yanagita
11 Namahage (Guest Michael Foster)
12 Figal, Civilization and Monsters
13 Ortabasi, The Undiscovered Country
14 Postwar ideas about the minzoku, with guest Eric Siercks (UCLA)
15 The Ghosts of Tomorrow

Suggestion for success (Specific) : Participation in discussion and careful reading of assignments is important
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_B1-c [理論的な分析]
MP_B2-b [理論的思考力]
MP_B2-c [問題解決能力]
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_B1-c
[理論的な分析]
MP_B2-b
[理論的思考力]
MP_B2-c
[問題解決能力]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
Presentation 60%
In-class contribution 20%
Report 20%

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

教職 :
資格 :

: 2019/10/9 (14:08) 〔N/A〕

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year:
Intended School:
Topics in Text and Material Culture I
Topics in Text and Material Culture I
Sub Title  Theater and Performance in Japan
Assistant Professor Ashton LAZARUS
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
weekly Wed2
Ito B-105 Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview This course acquaints students with the major forms of theater and performance in Japan, from earliest times to the twentieth century, including noh, kabuki, bunraku, folk performance, modern realist theater, and post-war dance. Though we will proceed more or less chronologically in order to better appreciate the accretionary dynamics so central to the history of theater, we will also attend to the various kinds of continuity and rupture revealed by looking to the future or delving into the past. The syllabus is made up of several kinds of text: plays, accounts, theater history scholarship, and theory. We will furthermore make use of recordings of performances to study those modalities that are difficult to access through text, including movement, gesture, and sound. By the end of the semester, students will have a grasp of the multisensory richness of theater and performance as it developed over time and interacted with shifting religious, social, and political currents.
Keywords : Theater, performance, Japan
Prerequisites : None
Required Ability : None
Course Plan Textbooks : Course materials will be distributed by instructor.
Reference Books :
Course Handouts :

Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 Introduction
2 Early Theater and Performance
3 Forerunners of Noh
4 Noh Theater: Old Plays
5 Noh Theater: Ghosts and Violence in Zeami’s Plays
6 No class
7 Noh Theater After Zeami
8 Noh’s Afterlives
9 Kyōgen
10 Bunraku
11 Kabuki: Introduction and Contexts
12 Kabuki: Excess and Intensity
13 Shimpa and Shingeki
14 The Heyday of Shingeki
15 Butoh

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-b [芸術作品の理解]
Analyzing performances visually, aurally, and kinetically
Excellent Good Pass Deficient
MP_B1-a [一次資料の読解]
Reading plays and other theater-related texts in translation
Excellent Good Pass Deficient
MP_A-a [先行研究の理解]
Understanding how to build on pre-existing scholarship
Excellent Good Pass Deficient
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_B1-a
[一次資料の読解]
MP_A-a
[先行研究の理解]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
Presentation
Report
Attendance

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method :
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2019/9/9 (13:54)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year: No specific year
Intended School:
Topics in Japanese Humanities I
Topics in Japanese Humanities I
Sub Title  Architecture, Urbanism, and Power in Japan
Professor / Special Project Assistant Professor Anton SCHWEIZER; Gloria Yu YANG
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito B-103 Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview This seminar will be co-taught by professors Anton Schweizer and Gloria (Yu) Yang. It will cover the historical development of "man-made environment", that is architecture, site planning, garden art, landscaping, and urbanism, from the Asuka to the modern period.
Keywords : Art history, architecture, material culture, urbanism, social identity
Prerequisites : No prerequisites
Required Ability : Good English reading and speaking ability; basic Japanese reading.
Course Plan Textbooks : Kazuo Nishi and Kazuo Hozumi: What is Japanese Architecture? (Tokyo & New York, NY: Kōdansha International, 1985). Available in the KKS
Reference Books :
Course Handouts : Readings will be distributed via dropbox.

Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 10/3 Introduction Seminar
2 10/10 AS City and temple layouts (ancient) Seminar
3 10/17 AS Transformations of Kyoto (medieval) Seminar
4 10/24 AS Castles and castle towns (medieval) Seminar
5 11/7 AS Architecture and status (early modern) Seminar
6 11/14 Mandatory field trip to Dazaifu together with professor Yui Suzuki Fieldtrip
7 11/21 AS Private and Public (early modern) Seminar
8 11/28 GY Building National Space Seminar
9 12/5 GY City and Middle Class Seminar
10 12/12 GY Modernist Architects Seminar
11 12/19 GY Colonial Modernity and Empire Seminar
12 1/9 AS Preservation and Heritage Seminar
13 1/16 GY Post-war Seminar
14 1/23 Presentations AND 1/30 Presentations Seminar
15 2/6 GY and AS Wrap-up Seminar

Suggestion for success (Specific) :
Study Consultation (Office Hours) : On 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_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." 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_B2-b
[コミュニケーション能力]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
Attendance
In-class contribution
Presentation
Report
Final Exam

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method :
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2019/9/17 (14:18)

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:
Topics in Japanese Humanities II
Topics in Japanese Humanities II
講義題目  日本美術における文化交流(15‐17世紀)
九州国立博物館学芸部主任研究員 畑 靖紀
科目ナンバリングコード:
講義コード:
2019 前期
集中
伊都 教室
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
授業の概要 文化交流の観点から15世紀初頭から17世紀中葉までの日本美術を理解するために、「唐物(東山御物)」「雪舟と遣明使」「南蛮美術」の問題を取り上げる。

(This course examines Japanese art history in fifteenth to mid-seventeenth century from the point of views of cultural exchange. Themes of focus include Karamono (Chinese assets) of Shogun, Sesshu and Japanese Envoy to Ming China, and Nanban Art (Western style Japanese art.))
キーワード : 日本美術、文化交流、唐物、東山御物、雪舟、遣明使、南蛮美術
履修条件 :
履修に必要な知識・能力 :
授業計画 テキスト : 【論文の英訳と要約の報告の課題】
3) 5月8日(水)「唐物(東山御物)」:畑靖紀「禅を見せる―室町殿会所の演出」『美術フォーラム21』第38号、美術フォーラム21編集・発行、2018年
5) 6月5日(水)「雪舟と遣明使」:畑靖紀「山水画の伝統と雪舟─北京と山口で描いた大作─」『日本美術全集』第9巻『室町時代 水墨画とやまと絵』島尾新責任編集・小学館発行、2014年
7) 7月3日(水)「南蛮美術」:畑靖紀「狩野内膳の南蛮屏風―旧川西家本の再出現をうけて―」『国華』第1480号、国華社編集・発行、2018年
参考書 :
授業資料 :

進度・内容・行動目標等 講義 演習・その他 授業時間外学習
1 4月17日(水)3限4限「イントロダクション」
2 4月24日(水)3限4限「唐物(東山御物)」担当教員による概説
その日は意外に12時から授業です。
3 5月8日(水)3限4限「唐物(東山御物)」履修者による発表(担当教員が指定した論文(日本語)の英訳と内容の要約の報告) 演習
4 5月22日(水)3限4限「雪舟と遣明使」担当教員による概説
5 6月5日(水)3限4限「雪舟と遣明使」履修者による発表(担当教員が指定した論文(日本語)の英訳と内容の要約の報告) 演習
6 6月19日(水)3限4限「南蛮美術」担当教員による概説
7 7月3日(水)3限4限「南蛮美術」履修者による発表(担当教員が指定した論文(日本語)の英訳と内容の要約の報告) 演習

授業以外での学習に当たって : 4月17日「イントロダクション」で履修者を3班に分け、演習(論文の英訳と要約の報告)の担当者と担当日を決定する。履修者は、協力して英訳と報告の準備をすること。
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
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。
文化交流に関連する日本美術を正確に理解する能力が十分にある。 文化交流に関連する日本美術を正確に理解する能力がある。 文化交流に関連する日本美術を理解するがある程度ある。 文化交流に関連する日本美術を正確に理解する能力がない。
DP_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。
文化交流に関連する日本美術を正確に理解する能力が十分にある。 文化交流に関連する日本美術を正確に理解する能力がある。 文化交流に関連する日本美術を理解するがある程度ある。 文化交流に関連する日本美術を正確に理解する能力がない。
MP_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。
重要な先行研究をふまえて作品を分析し考察する能力が十分にある。 重要な先行研究をふまえて作品を分析し考察する能力がある。 先行研究をふまえて作品を分析し考察する能力がある程度ある。 重要な先行研究をふまえて作品を分析し考察する能力がない。
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。
重要な先行研究をふまえて作品を分析し考察する能力が十分にある。 重要な先行研究をふまえて作品を分析し考察する能力がある。 先行研究をふまえて作品を分析し考察する能力がある程度ある。 重要な先行研究をふまえて作品を分析し考察する能力がない。
GPA評価
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。
成績評価
観点→
成績評価方法
MP_A-b
[芸術作品の理解]
DP_A-b
[芸術作品の理解]
MP_A-c
[研究史と方法論の体系的理解]
DP_A-c
[研究史と方法論の体系的理解]
備考(欠格条件、割合等)
出席 30%
プレゼンテーション 30%
レポート 40%(論文英訳の提出)

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 : 2019/3/28 (14:51)

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:
Topics in Japanese Humanities III
Topics in Japanese Humanities III
講義題目 
アルゲニー大学客員准教授 Matthew Steven Mitchell
科目ナンバリングコード:
講義コード:
2019 前期
集中
伊都 教室
(, )
授業の概要

()
キーワード :
履修条件 :
履修に必要な知識・能力 :
授業計画 テキスト :
参考書 :
授業資料 :

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:
Intended School:
Topics in Japanese Humanities IV
Topics in Japanese Humanities IV
Sub Title  Demons, Ghosts and Monsters in Japanese Art
メリーランド大学美術史学・考古学学部客員准教授(大学及び大学院担当)及フリーランス講師及コンサルタント 鈴木 由比
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
intensive
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview Supernatural beings and people's fascinations for them exist in every culture. Yet every society imagines these creatures in different ways, revealing both universal and culturally specific concerns for making sense of mysterious, threatening, and inexplicable phenomena. Ghosts, demons and monsters are very much part of our popular imagination, religious rituals, public and private devotions, and entertainment. Thus, the study of ghosts and monsters can serve as useful analytical tools for understanding a wide range of cultural and social developments.

This course examines Japanese works of art through the lens of the supernatural (yokai, mononoke, bakemono, ayakashi, yurei, etc). The first part of the course addresses various theoretical and multidisciplinary approaches to the concept of the "monster" and theories on Japanese "yokai". The second part focuses on analyzing visual representations of the supernatural through specific artworks such as the "Kitano Tenjin Engi Emaki" and "Shutendoji Emaki." We will explore the cultural, political and social influences of the supernatural at different historical moments, considering them as mechanisms by which we might understand certain aspects of Japanese culture and society, as well as more universal ideas of selfhood and human nature.
Keywords : Monster Culture, Monster Theory, Yokai Culture
Prerequisites :
Required Ability :
Course Plan Textbooks : Foster, Michael Dylan. "The Book of Yokai: Mysterious Creatures of Japanese Folklore" Oakland CA: University of California Press, 2015
Mittman Asa Simon and Dendle Peter J. eds. "The Ashgate Research Companion to Monsters and the Monstrous" Surrey, England: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2013.
Reference Books :
Course Handouts :

Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.

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-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。
Description of the artwork: The artwork is identified; vocabulary is used correctly to describe the artwork effectively and clearly
Formal Analysis Discussion and Writing:Focus given to two or more formal elements; Clear explanation of relationship of different elements and how they contribute to viewer understanding

Interpretation and articulation of own ideas:balanced treatment of observation and documentary evidence, leading to student's own, informed interpretation of materials and concepts.
Description of the artwork: The artwork is identified; vocabulary is mostly correct and used to describe the artwork somewhat effectively

Formal Analysis Discussion and Writing:Focus given to one or two formal elements with some consideration of relationships; includes some discussion of how elements aid viewer understanding

Interpretation and articulation of own ideas:some informed interpretation of the art or historical contexts but may include errors and lack visual or documentary support.
Description of the artwork: The artwork is identified, but vocabulary is at times incorrect or ineffectively used to describe the artwork
Formal Analysis Discussion and Writing:Focus given to one or two formal elements with some consideration of relationships; includes some discussion of how elements aid viewer understanding

Interpretation and articulation of own ideas:some attempt to convey own ideas but includes errors of fact, does not support ideas with concrete examples
Description of the artwork: The artwork is not identified; vocabulary is often incorrect or ineffectively used to describe the artwork
Formal Analysis Discussion and Writing: Mentions multiple formal elements but lacks developed discussion or analysis//the relationship of different formal elements are ignored or incorrectly explained

Interpretation and articulation of own ideas:merely restates course or reading assignment information
MP_B1-a [一次資料の読解]
Demonstrates thorough understanding of the source; discussion is centered solidly around the main argument; shows independent judgement and synthesis based on thoughtful consideration of the sources of information. Demonstrates good understanding of the source; discussion takes up points raised by the material;discussion is centered around the main argument; shows an effort at independent judgement and synthesis based on consideration of the sources of information. Takes up points raised by the source but is not always focused clearly around the questions asked or may wander into areas outside the scope of the questions; shows some problems with thinking Doesn't show a clear sense of the issues raised by the sources; may leave out important aspects of the sources, shows problems with thinking; discussion relies heavily or uncritically on one particular area
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。
Indicates general excellence; the student displays initiative, independence and originality
授業を通じて、概ね「優れている」を超える活動を行った。
Indicates an unquestioned grasp of the fundamental facts and principles and understanding of this significance, an ability to use them effectively;
work is logically organized and technically correct; the student often shows initiative and independent work.
授業を通じて、「及第する」に相当する活動を行った。
Indicates the student has a fairly accurate knowledge of the facts and principles and is able to apply them reasonably well.
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。
Indicates work is of inferior quality yet deserving of credit.
授業を通じて、「一層の努力が必要」の活動にとどまった。
Indicates a failure to grasp the facts and principles or a failure to complete the assigned work.
Evaluation
Standpoint→
Evaluation Method
MP_A-b
[芸術作品の理解]
MP_B1-a
[一次資料の読解]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method :
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2019/3/5 (00:35)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year:
Intended School: IMAP Department of Philosophy
Japan: Arts and Visual Cultures
Japan: Arts and Visual Cultures
Sub Title  Survey course Art
Professor Anton SCHWEIZER
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon4
Ito B-106 Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview Through a study of material and visual cultures of Japan from the third millennium BCE through the early 20th century, course participants will acquire and develop practical specialist knowledge and skills needed for further research in premodern and early modern Japanese art and cultural history.
Sessions will introduce important cultural moments and monuments that have come to define Japan and critique the historiography of their reception. It will introduce examples of paintings, statues, gardens, temples, shrines, and issues relating to culture and artistic production, with the goal of providing a window as to why art and culture are produced and how they have functioned throughout Japanese history.
Lectures will discuss works and sites in detail, contextualizing these artifacts not only within their moment of creation but also their reception through history and in cultures abroad.
Keywords : Art history, architecture, classical period, medieval period, early modernity, visual culture, material culture, social identity
Prerequisites :
Required Ability :
Course Plan Textbooks : Will be specified closer to the fall semester.
Reference Books :
Course Handouts : Distributed via dropbox.

Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 10/7 Introduction Classroom
2 10/16 Composition and color,
medium and style
Classroom
3 10/28 Theory Classroom
4 11/11 TEST and Architecture I Classroom
5 11/14 (Extra event: mandatory field trip. Write response; THURSDAY) Classroom
6 11/18 Architecture II Fieldtrip
7 11/25 MIDTERM SLIDE EXAM and Buddhist iconography Classroom
8 12/2 Painting I Classroom
9 12/9 Painting II Classroom
10 12/16 Sculpture Classroom
11 1/6 Prints Classroom
12 1/14 Crafts Classroom
13 1/20 The Meiji Project Fieldtrip
14 1/27 Collecting and Preserving Classroom
15 2/3 FINAL EXAM and Wrap-up Classroom

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-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]
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.
DP_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.
DP_B2-b [コミュニケーション能力]
口頭発表などの場での表現能力と討論におけるコミュニケ ーション能力を鍛える。
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_A-b
[芸術作品の理解]
MP_A-c
[研究史と方法論の説明]
DP_A-b
[芸術作品の理解]
DP_B2-b
[コミュニケーション能力]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
出席
授業への貢献度
小テスト
レポート
期末試験

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: 2019/9/17 (15:26)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year: Students of the IMAP in Japanese Humanities; non-IMAP students may join but should contact the course instructor alazarus[at]lit.kyushu-u.ac.jp
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:
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito B-106 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 :
Course Plan Textbooks : Readings will be distributed by the instructor.
Reference Books : Reference books related to kobun are available in the IMAP Seminar Room.
Course Handouts : Handouts and supplementary materials will be uploaded to the course Dropbox.

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.
Excellent Good Pass Deficient
MP_B2-c [問題解決能力]
Students will develop their problem-solving skills through regular language drills.
Excellent Good Pass Deficient
Literary translation
Students will strengthen their ability to translate from classical Japanese into contemporary English.
Excellent Good Pass Deficient
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.
Report
In-class contribution
Class tests
Attendance

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Others Others :

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: 2019/3/18 (02:34)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year:
Intended School:
Topics in Japanese Literature II
Topics in Japanese Literature II
Sub Title  Reading the Tale of Genji
Assistant Professor Ashton LAZARUS
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon2
Ito B-106 Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview This course explores Murasaki Shikibu’s The Tale of Genji, a lengthy and complex work of fiction that depicts the lives of aristocrats at the Heian court. We will read all fifty-four chapters of the tale and consider how it illuminates a variety of topics including authorship, gender and sexuality, narrative, intertextuality, the politics of culture, reception and translation, and the ontology of text. Students will gain a lasting familiarity with Genji—not only the eleventh-century text itself, but also its numerous transpositions into other media such as picture scrolls, wood-block prints, museum exhibits, films, and manga. Genji furthermore has a long, vibrant, international, and multilingual reception history, which we will explore by reading secondary writings from a variety of different times and places, both inside and outside the modern academy.
Keywords : Heian literature, The Tale of Genji, literary analysis
Prerequisites :
Required Ability :
Course Plan Textbooks : The Tale of Genji (trans. Royall Tyler, unabridged, ISBN: 978-0142437148)
Reference Books : See syllabus
Course Handouts : Distributed via Dropbox

Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 Introduction
2 Chs. 1-5
3 Chs. 6-11
4 Chs. 12-17
5 Chs. 18-25
6 Chs. 26-33
7 The Tale of Genji Scrolls
8 Chs. 34-35
9 Chs. 36-41
10 Chs. 42-46
11 Chs. 47-49
12 Chs. 50-52
13 Chs. 53-54
14 The Tale of Genji and translation
15 The Tale of Genji and pop culture

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]
Knowledge of previous scholarship
Excellent Good Pass Deficient
MP_A-b [芸術作品の理解]
Literary analysis
Excellent Good Pass Deficient
MP_B1-b [書誌の作成]
Essay-writing
Excellent Good Pass Deficient
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-b
[書誌の作成]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
In-class contribution
Report

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Others Others :

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: 2019/3/30 (16:07)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year:
Intended School:
Topics in Japanese Literature III
Topics in Japanese Literature III
Sub Title  Advanced Kobun
Assistant Professor Ashton LAZARUS
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito D-108 Classroom
E科目 (English, 日本語)
Course Overview This course builds on skills developed in “Introduction to Kobun.” The focus will be on reading and translating a variety of literary texts from the 8th through 15th centuries. Students will gain exposure to a number of styles, including wabun, wakan konkōbun, and kanbun, as well as a number of different genres, from tales and diaries to belles-lettres to poetry. While readings have been chosen to align with materials covered in “Japan: A Literary History,” student research interests will be taken into account as we move through the syllabus.
Keywords : kobun, bungo, kanbun, kuzushiji, hentaigana
Prerequisites : Introduction to Kobun or equivalent
Required Ability :
Course Plan Textbooks : No textbook is used. Readings will be distributed by the instructor.
Reference Books : Reference books related to literature and literary history are available in the IMAP Seminar Room.
Course Handouts : Handouts and supplementary materials will be uploaded to the course Dropbox.

Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 万葉集
2 古今和歌集
3 歌物語
4 枕草子、本朝文粋
5 源氏物語
6 源氏物語
7 梁塵秘抄、新古今和歌集
8 今昔物語集
9 宇治拾遺物語、沙石集
10 方丈記、徒然草
11 十六夜日記
12 平家物語
13 能楽
14 能楽論
15 御伽草子

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.
Excellent Good Pass Deficient
MP_B2-c [問題解決能力]
Students will develop their problem-solving skills through regular language drills.
Excellent Good Pass Deficient
Literary translation
Students will strengthen their ability to translate from classical Japanese into contemporary English.
Excellent Good Pass Deficient
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.
Report
In-class contribution

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method :
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2019/3/25 (10:15)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
選択科目
Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japan: Religious Traditions
Japan: Religious Traditions
Sub Title  Japan: Religious Traditions
Assistant Professor Caleb CARTER
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview Japan is a country steeped in religious thought and practice, its landscape permeated by temples and shrines that have mediated between the human realm and the divine throughout its history. This topography developed historically out of doctrines, rituals, and deities imported from China, Korea, Central Asia, the Indian subcontinent and more recently, the West. Upon reaching Japan’s shores, major transformations invariably took place. New lineages emerged and Buddhist practitioners intervened in the worship of local deities, eventually leading to the formation of Shinto. This course explores the major schools of Japanese religions (Pure Land, Tantric, Zen and Nichiren Buddhism, Shinto, Shugendō & newer religions) as well as issues such as religious pluralism, popular devotion, women’s participation, and mountain rituals. In addition to considering doctrinal developments, we will situate religious life in broader socio-historical contexts. The course is arranged in chronological order, beginning with the entrance of Buddhism in the sixth century and proceeding up to the present.
Keywords : Japanese religions, Buddhism, Shinto, Shugendo
Prerequisites :
Required Ability : English proficiency
Course Plan Textbooks : Deal, William, and Brian Ruppert. A Cultural History of Japanese Buddhism.West Sussex: Wiley Blackwell, 2015.
Reference Books : Ōtani Eiichi 大谷栄一, Akira Kikuchi 菊地暁, and Takashi Nagaoka 永岡崇, eds. Nihon shukyoshi no ki wado: Kindai shugi o koete 日本宗教史のキーワード: 近代主義を超えて. Keio Gijuku Daigaku Shuppankai, 2018.
Bukkyoshi Gakkai 佛教史学会, ed. Bukkyōshi kenkyū handobukku 仏教史研究ハンドブック. Hōzōkan, 2017.
Course Handouts :

Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 Course Overview & Basics in Buddhism
2 Conceptualizing Japanese Religions
3 Religious Formation in Early Japan (Protohistory up to 750)
4 Ancient Buddhism (700–1100) I The Nara schools & Formation of Tendai Buddhism
5 Ancient Buddhism II Formation of Shingon Buddhism
Rise of the Tendai and Shingon lineages, local deities, sacred space & performance
6 Medieval (1100–1600) I Tantric Lineages and Kamakura Buddhism
7 Medieval II Sōtō & Rinzai Zen
8 Medieval III Shintō & Shugendō
9 Medieval IV Lotus Schools & Late Medieval Developments
10 Early Modern (1600-1868): Government Intervention and Early Modern Schools Interventions by the shogunate (Christian persecution & regulation of Buddhism), rise of sectarianism
Influence of Confucianism, new Shintō lineages, Ōbaku Zen
11 Early Modern: Popular & New Religions Cults, pilgrimage & popular religion
New religions: self-cultivation
12 Modern Developments Separation of buddhas and kami, Anti-Buddhist sentiments
National Shintō, new religions
13 Postwar Period Postwar Shintō, Funeral Buddhism & “new” new religions
Shrine life, festival, pilgrimage & worship
14 Contemporary Japan Aum Shinri kyō, Spirituality, Power Spots
15 Presentations Presentations of Site Visits

Suggestion for success (Specific) :
Study Consultation (Office Hours) : Consultation available upon 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。
MP_A-a [先行研究の理解]
MP_B1-a [一次資料の読解]
MP_B1-c [理論的な分析]
MP_A-c [研究史と方法論の説明]
MP_B2-b [理論的思考力]
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_B2-a
[総合把握力]
MP_A-a
[先行研究の理解]
MP_B1-a
[一次資料の読解]
MP_B1-c
[理論的な分析]
MP_A-c
[研究史と方法論の説明]
MP_B2-b
[理論的思考力]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.

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Others Others :

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: 2019/3/12 (16:26)

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:
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri1
Ito B-106 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.
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
Prerequisites :
Required Ability :
Course Plan 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 the course Dropbox.

Tentative Weekly Schedules Lecture Exercise, Field trip etc. Comments, suggestions for the course preparation, review, etc.
1 April 18 Field trip
2 May 12–May 16 Field trip Extended excursion for first-year students
3 May 23 Field trip
4 June 6 Field trip
5 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 :

: 2019/2/28 (05:54)

IMAP Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)
必修
Intended Year:
Intended School:
Master Thesis Guidance
Master Thesis Guidance
Sub Title  Master Thesis Guidance
Assistant Professor Caleb CARTER
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito B-104 Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview A master’s thesis is required of all students. During the Master’s Thesis Guidance seminar students will encounter advanced methodologies, use new source materials, and further develop scholarly research and writing skills. Participants will make regular presentations in order to develop a mutually supportive and productive scholarly cohort through peer review and critique. As this is a yearlong course, this syllabus will be updated for the spring term.
Keywords : Master thesis
Prerequisites :
Required Ability :
Course Plan Textbooks : No textbook is used. Readings will be distributed by instructor when necessary.
Reference Books : Books related to writing a master's thesis are available in the IMAP Seminar Room.
Course Handouts : Handouts and supplementary materials will be uploaded to the course Dropbox.

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_B2-c [問題解決能力]
Problem-solving skills
Excellent Good Pass Deficient
MP_A-a [先行研究の理解]
Understanding past research
Excellent Good Pass Deficient
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-c
[問題解決能力]
MP_A-a
[先行研究の理解]
Grading Percentage, Disqualification etc.
Creations
Presentation
In-class contribution

Additional Information regarding Evaluation Method :
Others Others :

教職 :
資格 :

: 2019/10/2 (15:08)

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:
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue2
Ito A-105 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
Course Plan Textbooks : Course materials will be distributed by the instructors.
Reference Books :
Course Handouts :

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
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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
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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 :

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: 2019/9/3 (14:58)