School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Philosophy and History of Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Philosophy (Lecture I)
Philosophy (Lecture I)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KURATA Tsuyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2111J
Course Code: 19054200
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course focuses on some basic topics in social ontology. Subjects include the social group, the social kind, the institution, the normativity and the distinction between realism and anti-realism, etc.
Last updated : 2019/3/12 (15:25)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Philosophy and History of Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Philosophy (Lecture II)
Philosophy (Lecture II)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KURATA Tsuyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2112J
Course Code: 19054700
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course focuses on some basic topics in social ontology. Subjects include the social group, the social kind, the institution, the normativity and the distinction between realism and anti-realism, etc.
Last updated : 2019/3/8 (13:51)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Philosophy and History of Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Modern Philosophy (Lecture IV)
Modern Philosophy (Lecture IV)
Sub Title 
Professor, Chuo University TAKIZAWA Hirokazu
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2124J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Economics has been substantially changing its subject matter and methodology since the mid 20th century. This course aims at closely looking at this dynamic process. Along the way, we will ask such questions as:
What the proper subject matter of economics is;
How the economic concepts have been developed; and
How economics is related with our social practice.
The class will involve discussion of these issues among the participants, who are therefore requested to read the relevant part of the textbook before coming to the class.
By completing the course, students will be able to understand the current developments in economics as well as to express their significance in the framework of philosophy.
Last updated : 2019/2/2 (22:38)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Philosophy and History of Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Modern Philosophy (Seminar I)
Modern Philosophy (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor ONISHI Yoshitomo
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3121J
Course Code: 19051300
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, その他)
Course Overview
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (23:13)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Philosophy and History of Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Modern Philosophy (Seminar II)
Modern Philosophy (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor ONISHI Yoshitomo
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3122J
Course Code: 19055800
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, French)
Course Overview This seminar course aims to familiarize students with Cartesian philosophy through an intensive reading of "Discourse on the Method" of R. Descartes.
Last updated : 2019/10/2 (11:10)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Philosophy and History of Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Modern Philosophy (Seminar VII)
Modern Philosophy (Seminar VII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor ONISHI Yoshitomo
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3127J
Course Code: 19055300
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (23:18)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Philosophy and History of Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Modern Philosophy (Seminar VIII)
Modern Philosophy (Seminar VIII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor ONISHI Yoshitomo
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3128J
Course Code: 19055800
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri4
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E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview Through an in-depth study of selected papers or books concerning the problem of free-will, students will acquire and develop the practical specialist knowledge and skills needed for research in this field.
Last updated : 2019/10/2 (12:22)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Philosophy and History of Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
The Church Fathers and Medieval Philosophy (Seminar I)
The Church Fathers and Medieval Philosophy (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Professor, Fukuoka Dental College NAGASHIMA Tetsuya
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3131J
Course Code: 19054800
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, ラテン語)
Course Overview This seminar course introduces the medieval philosophy, through the reading of The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Philosophy, The Letters of Abelard and Heloise, and Abelard's Logica "ingredientibus".
Last updated : 2019/2/15 (18:25)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Philosophy and History of Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Philosophy (Lecture I)
History of Philosophy (Lecture I)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor ONISHI Yoshitomo
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2151J
Course Code: 19051200
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, その他)
Course Overview
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (23:16)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Philosophy and History of Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Philosophy (Lecture II)
History of Philosophy (Lecture II)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor ONISHI Yoshitomo
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2152J
Course Code: 19051701
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, その他)
Course Overview This lecture course is designed to introduce students to the discipline needed for historical study of philosophy. Attention will be paid to the notion of "truth" in the ancient and medieval philosophy.
Last updated : 2019/10/2 (12:44)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Philosophy and History of Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Philosophy (Seminar VII)
History of Philosophy (Seminar VII)
Sub Title 
Professor, Seinan Gakuin University MORITA Dan
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4154J
Course Code: 19052400
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue5
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M/J科目 (日本語, German)
Course Overview  In this seminar, we read Martin Heidegger's "Sein und Zeit" (section 44). By means of close reading of the text, we aim to understand Heidegger's questions concerning being, truth and language.
Last updated : 2019/3/5 (01:07)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Philosophy and History of Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Analytic Philosophy (SeminarX)
Analytic Philosophy (SeminarX)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KURATA Tsuyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3165J
Course Code: 19052200
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview In this seminar, we will discuss the main topics in analytic aesthetics.
Last updated : 2019/3/8 (13:57)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Philosophy and History of Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Analytic Philosophy (SeminarY)
Analytic Philosophy (SeminarY)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KURATA Tsuyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3166J
Course Code: 19052700
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview In this seminar, we will discuss the main topics in analytic aesthetics.
Last updated : 2019/3/8 (14:02)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Philosophy and History of Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Analytic Philosophy (Seminar XI)
Analytic Philosophy (Seminar XI)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KURATA Tsuyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4165J
Course Code: 19052100
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue2
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview In this seminar, we will read an introductory book on the philosophy of social science.
Last updated : 2019/3/8 (14:17)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Philosophy and History of Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Analytic Philosophy (Seminar XII)
Analytic Philosophy (Seminar XII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KURATA Tsuyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4166J
Course Code: 19052600
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue2
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview In this seminar, we will read an introductory book on the philosophy of economics.
Last updated : 2019/3/8 (14:26)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Ethics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Basic Theories of Ethics (Lecture I)
Basic Theories of Ethics (Lecture I)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor YOSHIHARA Masako
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2171J
Course Code: 19054300
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Logic plays a fundamental role in our ability to reason correctly and is an effective tool for analysing moral statements. In this course, you will learn a new language, the language of firstorder logic, and how to construct valid argument.
Last updated : 2019/4/4 (14:50)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Ethics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Basic Theories of Ethics (Lecture IV)
Basic Theories of Ethics (Lecture IV)
Sub Title 
Professor YOKOTA Michihiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2174J
Course Code: 19054300
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course is designed to introduce students to some of the ethical thoughts.
Last updated : 2019/9/28 (18:11)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Ethics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Basic Theories of Ethics (Seminar I)
Basic Theories of Ethics (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Professor YOKOTA Michihiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3171J
Course Code: 19055801
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Through an in-depth study of a selected work of ethics, students will acquire and develop the specialist knowledge and skills needed for research in ethics.
Last updated : 2019/4/1 (21:00)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Ethics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Basic Theories of Ethics (Seminar VII)
Basic Theories of Ethics (Seminar VII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor YOSHIHARA Masako
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4177J
Course Code: 19051400
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Introduction to applied ethics and to the analysis of the most difficult moral challenges we face in our modern world of technology and science. Students will learn the general ethical frameworks and principles to argue on those problems.
Last updated : 2019/4/4 (14:32)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Ethics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Basic Theories of Ethics (Seminar VIII)
Basic Theories of Ethics (Seminar VIII)
Sub Title 
Professor,Faculty of Letters, Rissho University TASAKA Satuki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4178J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course focuses on selected works by Plato in order to provide an overview of the basic perspectives and concepts of human mind and logos in ancient European philosophy.
Last updated : 2019/9/5 (20:45)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Ethics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Contemporary Ethical Thoughts (Lecture II)
Contemporary Ethical Thoughts (Lecture II)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor YOSHIHARA Masako
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2182J
Course Code: 19054801
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Metaethics is the attempt to understand what ethical claims mean, and what kind of of reasoning or evidence justify ethical claims. This course provides an overview of the main arguments and themes in the field of metaethics. 
Last updated : 2019/4/4 (14:52)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Ethics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Contemporary Ethical Thoughts (Seminar I)
Contemporary Ethical Thoughts (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor YOSHIHARA Masako
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3181J
Course Code: 19054900
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu5
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course will be a careful and critical reading and discussion of one or more contemporary philosophical texts.
Last updated : 2019/4/4 (14:37)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Ethics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Contemporary Ethical Thoughts (Seminar IV)
Contemporary Ethical Thoughts (Seminar IV)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor YOSHIHARA Masako
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3184J
Course Code: 19054701
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course will be a careful and critical reading and discussion of one or more contemporary philosophical texts.
Last updated : 2019/4/4 (14:38)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Ethics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Contemporary Ethical Thoughts (Seminar VIII)
Contemporary Ethical Thoughts (Seminar VIII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor IIJIMA Yuuji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4188J
Course Code: 19052701
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview In this seminar, we will read John McDowell's works related to action and virtue.
Last updated : 2019/9/20 (17:17)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Ethics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Ethical Thoughts (Lecture VII)
Japanese Ethical Thoughts (Lecture VII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor IIJIMA Yuuji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3197J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course examines Watsuji Tetsuro's ethical theory, particularly from the viewpoint of the theory of community.
Last updated : 2019/3/18 (11:18)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Ethics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Ethical Thoughts (Lecture VIII)
Japanese Ethical Thoughts (Lecture VIII)
Sub Title 
Professor YOKOTA Michihiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3198J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course is designed to introduce students to the thought of Daisetz Teitaro Suzuki.
Last updated : 2019/9/27 (16:11)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Ethics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Ethical Thoughts (Seminar I)
Japanese Ethical Thoughts (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor YOSHIHARA Masako
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3191J
Course Code: 19052401
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This class involves introducing students to the basic requirements of good essay writing. It also involves developing and encouraging student’s presentation skills through a presentation practice of their own research interests.
Last updated : 2019/4/4 (14:45)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Ethics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Ethical Thoughts (Seminar II)
Japanese Ethical Thoughts (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor YOSHIHARA Masako
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3192J
Course Code: 19052900
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This class involves introducing students to the basic requirements of good essay writing. It also involves developing and encouraging student’s presentation skills through a presentation practice of their own research interests.
Last updated : 2019/4/4 (14:46)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Ethics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Ethical Thoughts (Seminar V)
Japanese Ethical Thoughts (Seminar V)
Sub Title 
Professor YOKOTA Michihiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4195J
Course Code: 19055301
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Through an in-depth study of a selected work of a Japanese thinker, students will acquire and develop the specialist knowledge and skills needed for research in Japanese ethical thought.
Last updated : 2019/4/15 (12:04)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Indian Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Religions in South Asia and Tibet (Lecture I)
Religions in South Asia and Tibet (Lecture I)
Sub Title 
Professor OKANO Kiyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2221J
Course Code: 19055100
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course is designed to introduce students to the big picture of Indian Buddhism. Critical reading of materials is intended to guide students towards a systematic understanding of Buddhism’s multidimensional character, as well as a broad perspective on the different strategies of understanding Indian religions.
Last updated : 2019/3/9 (09:38)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Indian Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Religions in South Asia and Tibet (Lecture II)
Religions in South Asia and Tibet (Lecture II)
Sub Title 
Professor OKANO Kiyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2222J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course is designed to introduce students to the big picture of Indian Buddhism. Critical reading of materials is intended to guide students towards a systematic understanding of Buddhism’s multidimensional character, as well as a broad perspective on the different strategies of understanding Indian religions.
Last updated : 2019/9/28 (12:01)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Indian Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Religions in South Asia and Tibet (Lecture VI)
Religions in South Asia and Tibet (Lecture VI)
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor, Waseda University YAO Fumi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2222J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
intensive
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, サンスクリット)
Course Overview This course aims to familiarize students with ancient Indian Buddhist monastic literature. Class time will be used to read a Sanskrit text.
Last updated : 2019/3/9 (12:23)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Indian Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Indian Philosophy (Lecture II)
History of Indian Philosophy (Lecture II)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KATAOKA Kei
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2212J
Course Code: 19054600
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course focuses on Indian religions and cultures in order to provide an overview of the basic perspectives and concepts in the so-called Hinduism.
Last updated : 2019/3/28 (20:18)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Indian Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Indian Philosophy (Seminar III)
History of Indian Philosophy (Seminar III)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KATAOKA Kei
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3213J
Course Code: 19051401
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon5
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, サンスクリット)
Course Overview This seminar course introduces the most influential Sanskrit literature. The knowledge of Sanskrit grammar is required of all students.
Last updated : 2019/2/25 (08:50)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Indian Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Indian Philosophy (Seminar IV)
History of Indian Philosophy (Seminar IV)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KATAOKA Kei
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3214J
Course Code: 19051901
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon5
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, サンスクリット)
Course Overview This seminar course introduces the most influential Sanskrit literature. The knowledge of Sanskrit grammar is required of all students.
Last updated : 2019/10/7 (11:13)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Indian Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Indian Philosophy (Seminar V)
History of Indian Philosophy (Seminar V)
Sub Title 
Professor OKANO Kiyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3215J
Course Code: 19052300
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 古典チベット)
Course Overview The aim of this course is to help students to master Tibetan language through the acquisition of necessary skills and knowledge.
Last updated : 2019/3/9 (09:46)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Indian Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Indian Philosophy (Seminar VI)
History of Indian Philosophy (Seminar VI)
Sub Title 
Professor OKANO Kiyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3216J
Course Code: 19054802
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 古典チベット)
Course Overview The aim of this course is to help students to master Tibetan language through the acquisition of necessary skills and knowledge.
Last updated : 2019/3/9 (09:45)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Indian Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Buddhist Studies (Seminar I)
Buddhist Studies (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Professor OKANO Kiyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3223J
Course Code: 19051100
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon2
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, サンスクリット)
Course Overview The aim of this course is to help students to understand the ancient Indian culture and to master Sanskrit language through the acquisition of necessary skills and knowledge.
Last updated : 2019/3/9 (09:30)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Indian Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Buddhist Studies (Seminar IV)
Buddhist Studies (Seminar IV)
Sub Title 
Professor OKANO Kiyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3226J
Course Code: 19051600
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon2
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, サンスクリット)
Course Overview The aim of this course is to help students to understand the ancient culture of india and to master Sanskrit language through the acquisition of necessary skills and knowledge.
Last updated : 2019/3/2 (16:28) 〔 〕

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Indian Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Buddhist Studies (Seminar V)
Buddhist Studies (Seminar V)
Sub Title 
Professor OKANO Kiyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3227J
Course Code: 19052101
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue2
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, サンスクリット)
Course Overview The aim of this course is to help students to understand the ancient Indian culture and to master Sanskrit language through the acquisition of necessary skills and knowledge.
Last updated : 2019/3/2 (14:19)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Indian Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Buddhist Studies (Seminar VI)
Buddhist Studies (Seminar VI)
Sub Title 
Professor OKANO Kiyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3228J
Course Code: 19052601
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue2
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, サンスクリット)
Course Overview The aim of this course is to help students to understand the ancient culture of indian Buddhism and to master Pali language through the acquisition of necessary skills and knowledge.
Last updated : 2019/3/2 (16:59)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Indian Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Sanskrit Language and Literature (Seminar I)
Sanskrit Language and Literature (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KATAOKA Kei
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2213J
Course Code: 19054201
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, サンスクリット)
Course Overview This seminar course reexamines Schmithausen's discussions on environment as found Indian classics.
Last updated : 2019/2/25 (09:03)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Indian Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Sanskrit Language and Literature (Seminar III)
Sanskrit Language and Literature (Seminar III)
Sub Title 
Kyushu Ryukoku Junior College, Associate Professor HARADA Yasunori
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2215J
Course Code: 19055802
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, サンスクリット)
Course Overview This course aims to familiarize students with the source materials available for the study of ancient India.
Last updated : 2019/3/22 (15:33)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Indian Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Sanskrit Language and Literature (Seminar V)
Sanskrit Language and Literature (Seminar V)
Sub Title 
Professor OKANO Kiyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2217J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 古典チベット)
Course Overview The aim of this course is to help students to master Tibetan language through the acquisition of necessary skills and knowledge.
Last updated : 2019/3/9 (09:48)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Chinese Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Religions in East Asia (Lecture VII)
Religions in East Asia (Lecture VII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor MINAMIZAWA Yoshihiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3241J
Course Code: 19054202
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 古典漢文)
Course Overview •This lecture course focuses on important philosophers of Medieval China in order to provide an overview of the basic perspectives and concepts of human existence in pre-modern Chinese philosophy.
Last updated : 2019/3/11 (18:13)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Chinese Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Religions in East Asia (Lecture VIII)
Religions in East Asia (Lecture VIII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor MINAMIZAWA Yoshihiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3242J
Course Code: 19054702
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu3
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M/J科目 (日本語, 古典漢文)
Course Overview •This lecture course focuses on important philosophers of Qing Period China in order to provide an overview of the basic perspectives and concepts of human existence in pre-modern Chinese philosophy.
Last updated : 2019/3/11 (18:18)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Chinese Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Chinese Philosophy (Lecture III)
History of Chinese Philosophy (Lecture III)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor FUJII Michiaki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4231J
Course Code: 19055601
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri2
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course provide the history of the development of Chinese thought after the Song Dynasty.
Last updated : 2019/3/24 (15:39)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Chinese Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Chinese Philosophy (Lecture IV)
History of Chinese Philosophy (Lecture IV)
Sub Title 
Special full-time professor, Kassui Women's University ARAKI Ryutaro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4232J
Course Code: 19052702
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course will discuss thinking in the Song, Yuan, Ming, and early Qing dynasties, with a focus on “the investigation of things” [gewu] in direct relation to society. The aim is to ascertain trends in thought from a new point of view beyond “frameworks” such as Daoism, the Zhu Xi school, the Yangming school, and Buddhism. In addition, this course also examines perspectives such as “’learning of the heart and mind’ [xinxue]-Neo-Confucianism [lixue]” and “inherency-reality.”
Last updated : 2019/3/23 (09:35)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Chinese Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Chinese Philosophy (Seminar I)
History of Chinese Philosophy (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor MINAMIZAWA Yoshihiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3231J
Course Code: 19054302
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu4
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M/J科目 (日本語, 古典漢文)
Course Overview •In this seminar, students will continue to develop their knowledge and reading skills in Chinese classic texts. Students need to prepare resumes on Xiaojing for their presentations.
Last updated : 2019/3/11 (18:19)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Chinese Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Chinese Philosophy (Seminar II)
History of Chinese Philosophy (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor MINAMIZAWA Yoshihiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3232J
Course Code: 19054803
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu4
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M/J科目 (日本語, 古典漢文)
Course Overview •In this seminar, students will continue to develop their knowledge and reading skills in Chinese classic texts. Students need to prepare resumes on Xiaojing for their presentations.
Last updated : 2019/3/11 (18:21)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Chinese Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Chinese Philosophy (Seminar VI)
History of Chinese Philosophy (Seminar VI)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor FUJII Michiaki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3236J
Course Code: 19052800
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue4
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M/J科目 (日本語, 古典漢文)
Course Overview This course read the important documents related to Zhu Xi's thoughts and understand the essence of Chu Hsi thought.
Last updated : 2019/3/24 (15:56)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Chinese Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Classics (Seminar I)
Chinese Classics (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Teacher Education Fukuoka TAKEMOTO Norihito
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2241J
Course Code: 19055200
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri3
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M/J科目 (日本語, 中国語)
Course Overview This course aims to familiarize students with the source materials available for the study of Chinese thought.
Last updated : 2019/3/1 (12:31)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Chinese Philosophy Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Classics (Seminar II)
Chinese Classics (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Teacher Education Fukuoka TAKEMOTO Norihito
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2242J
Course Code: 19055700
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri3
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M/J科目 (日本語, 中国語)
Course Overview This course aims to familiarize students with the source materials available for the study of Chinese thought.
Last updated : 2019/3/1 (12:35)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Aesthetics and History of Fine Arts Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Aesthetics & Art History (Practice I)
Aesthetics & Art History (Practice I)
Sub Title 
Professor USHIROSHOJI Masahiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2259J
Course Code: 19054203
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu3:Thu4
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The aims of this fieldwork-focused course are to introduce students to research and data analysis in order to develop an understanding of art works. Basic skills in art history will be developed through field works.
Last updated : 2019/3/29 (14:00)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Aesthetics and History of Fine Arts Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Aesthetics & Art History (Practice II)
Aesthetics & Art History (Practice II)
Sub Title 
Professor USHIROSHOJI Masahiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2269J
Course Code: 19054703
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu3:Thu4
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The aims of this fieldwork-focused course are to introduce students to research and data analysis in order to develop an understanding of art works. Basic skills in art history will be developed through field works.
Last updated : 2019/3/29 (14:03)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Aesthetics and History of Fine Arts Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Study of Contemporary Art (Lecture III)
Study of Contemporary Art (Lecture III)
Sub Title 
Professor USHIROSHOJI Masahiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2253J
Course Code: 19052301
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue4
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course focuses on art history in Southeast Asia in order to provide an overview of the basic perspectives and concepts of the development of art activities in this region.
Last updated : 2019/7/31 (15:40)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Aesthetics and History of Fine Arts Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Study of Contemporary Art (Lecture IV)
Study of Contemporary Art (Lecture IV)
Sub Title 
Professor USHIROSHOJI Masahiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2254J
Course Code: 19052801
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue4
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course focuses on art history in Southeast Asia in order to provide an overview of the basic perspectives and concepts of the development of art activities in this region.
Last updated : 2019/3/29 (14:22)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Aesthetics and History of Fine Arts Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Occidental Fine Arts (Lecture III)
History of Occidental Fine Arts (Lecture III)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KYOTANI Yoshinori
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2273J
Course Code: 19051101
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon2
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course examines fresco paintings of the Italian Renaissance.
Last updated : 2019/5/13 (18:36)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Aesthetics and History of Fine Arts Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Aesthetics and Study of Art(Lecture III)
Aesthetics and Study of Art(Lecture III)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor HIGASHIGUCHI Yutaka
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2283J
Course Code: 19055201
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course focuses on the relationship between art and technology.
Last updated : 2019/7/11 (22:37) 〔レポート課題は以下の通り。
「アートとテクノロジーの関係について、ポジティブ・ネガティブ両方の具体例をあげつつ、考えるところを述べなさい。」〕

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Aesthetics and History of Fine Arts Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Aesthetics and Study of Art(Lecture IV)
Aesthetics and Study of Art(Lecture IV)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor HIGASHIGUCHI Yutaka
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2284J
Course Code: 19055701
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course focuses on Music.
Last updated : 2019/7/11 (22:52)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Aesthetics and History of Fine Arts Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Oriental Fine Arts (Lecture III)
History of Oriental Fine Arts (Lecture III)
Sub Title 
Professor IDE Seinosuke
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2263J
Course Code: 19055101
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri2
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This class investigates the history of paintings in the Southern Song period from a new perspective basen on the cultural and social backgrounds of the capital Hanzhou at that time.
Last updated : 2019/4/6 (14:46)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Aesthetics and History of Fine Arts Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Oriental Fine Arts (Lecture IV)
History of Oriental Fine Arts (Lecture IV)
Sub Title 
Professor IDE Seinosuke
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2264J
Course Code: 19055602
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This class investigates the history of paintings in the Southern Song period from a new perspective basen on the cultural and social backgrounds of the capital Hanzhou at that time.
Last updated : 2019/10/10 (07:15)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Aesthetics and History of Fine Arts Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Topics in Art and Culture(Lecture XII)
Topics in Art and Culture(Lecture XII)
Sub Title 
SUEYOSHI Takeshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3287J
Course Code: 19057002
2019 FallTerm
weekly Wed3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this lecture, various Buddhist sculptures that come to Kyushu will be taken up in order of time, and the differences will be clarified by comparing with central works such as Nara and Kyoto. Also, the background of the differences in the expression and form of the work is considered from the context of the relationship between Kyushu and the central, the relationship with China and the Korean Peninsula, or religious traditions within Kyushu Island. Aiming to understand the diversity of art.
Last updated : 2019/9/5 (14:48)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Aesthetics and History of Fine Arts Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Study of Contemporary Art (Seminar III)
Study of Contemporary Art (Seminar III)
Sub Title 
Professor USHIROSHOJI Masahiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3253J
Course Code: 19052202
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this seminar, students will continue to develop their visual literacy for Asian art.
Last updated : 2019/3/29 (14:26)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Aesthetics and History of Fine Arts Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Study of Contemporary Art (Seminar IV)
Study of Contemporary Art (Seminar IV)
Sub Title 
Professor USHIROSHOJI Masahiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3254J
Course Code: 19052703
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this seminar, students will continue to develop their visual literacy for Asian art.
Last updated : 2019/3/29 (14:30)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Aesthetics and History of Fine Arts Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Occidental Fine Arts (Seminar II)
History of Occidental Fine Arts (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KYOTANI Yoshinori
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2276J
Course Code: 19051201
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Through an in-depth study of a selected topic in western art history, students will acquire and develop the practical specialist knowledge and skills needed for research in western art history.
Last updated : 2019/2/10 (11:31)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Aesthetics and History of Fine Arts Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Occidental Fine Arts (Seminar III)
History of Occidental Fine Arts (Seminar III)
Sub Title 
Professor, Fukuoka University URAKAMI Masashi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3273J
Course Code: 19051601
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon2
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In Europe, from the Renaissance to the Eighteenth century, Painting and Poetry were regarded as sister arts, and paintings are appreciated from this point of view.
This course aims to familiarize students with peculiarities of the Renaissance Italian art criticism, especially with its basic idea of the intimate relation between painting and poetry. For this purpose we use as our guide "Painting and Experience in Fifteenth Century Italy" written by M. Baxandall and examine some concrete cases of this view.

Last updated : 2019/3/23 (13:52)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Aesthetics and History of Fine Arts Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Aesthetics and Study of Art(Seminar III)
Aesthetics and Study of Art(Seminar III)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor HIGASHIGUCHI Yutaka
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3283J
Course Code: 19053200
2019 SpringTerm
biweekly Wed2:Wed3
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M/J科目 (日本語, German)
Course Overview Through an in-depth study of a selected topic in modern german aesthetics, students will acquire and develop the practical specialist knowledge and skills needed for research in modern german aesthetics.
Last updated : 2019/4/9 (10:54)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Aesthetics and History of Fine Arts Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Aesthetics and Study of Art(Seminar IV)
Aesthetics and Study of Art(Seminar IV)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor HIGASHIGUCHI Yutaka
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3284J
Course Code: 19053800
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri1
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M/J科目 (日本語, German)
Course Overview Through an in-depth study of a selected topic in modern german aesthetics, students will acquire and develop the practical specialist knowledge and skills needed for research in modern german aesthetics.
Last updated : 2019/4/9 (10:56)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Aesthetics and History of Fine Arts Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Oriental Fine Arts (Seminar III)
History of Oriental Fine Arts (Seminar III)
Sub Title 
Professor IDE Seinosuke
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3263J
Course Code: 19054100
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu2
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M/J科目 (日本語, 古典漢文)
Course Overview This class investigates the background of the traditional Japanese reception of Chinese and Korean paintings from the Muromachi period onward and share the documents and images of the documented Chinese masters among paticipants.
Last updated : 2019/4/6 (09:48)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Philosophy Course
Aesthetics and History of Fine Arts Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Oriental Fine Arts (Seminar IV)
History of Oriental Fine Arts (Seminar IV)
Sub Title 
Professor IDE Seinosuke
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3264J
Course Code: 19054601
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu2
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 古典漢文)
Course Overview This class investigates the background of the traditional Japanese reception of Chinese and Korean paintings from the Muromachi period onward and share the documents and images of the documented Chinese masters among paticipants.
Last updated : 2019/10/10 (07:12)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course

Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Introduction to Contemporary History I
Introduction to Contemporary History I
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KOKUBU Koji
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19052203
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course provides a basic examination of Modern and Contemporary Japanese History.
Last updated : 2019/4/8 (03:15)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course

Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Introduction to Contemporary History II
Introduction to Contemporary History II
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KOKUBU Koji
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19052704
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course provides a basic examination of Modern and Contemporary Japanese History.
Last updated : 2019/4/8 (03:16)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Japanese History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese History (Lecture I)
Japanese History (Lecture I)
Sub Title 
Professor SAKAUE Yasutoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2311J
Course Code: 19051202
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview •This lecture course focuses on letters and orders written in ancient Japan and Tang China in order to recognize the personal relatioship in each world.
Last updated : 2019/8/9 (21:57)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Japanese History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese History (Lecture II)
Japanese History (Lecture II)
Sub Title 
Professor SAKAUE Yasutoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3311J
Course Code: 19051702
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course provides an in-depth examination of specific aspects of ancient Japanese history. The course also occasionally touches on relevant topics in China and the Korean peninsula.
Last updated : 2019/9/20 (21:44)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Japanese History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese History (Lecture V)
Japanese History (Lecture V)
Sub Title 
Professor SAEKI Koji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2312J
Course Code: 19052102
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue2
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course examines medieval city in Japan.
Last updated : 2019/4/1 (19:10)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Japanese History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese History (Lecture VI)
Japanese History (Lecture VI)
Sub Title 
Professor SAEKI Koji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3313J
Course Code: 19052602
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course examines medieval city in Japan.
Last updated : 2019/4/1 (19:15)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Japanese History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese History (Lecture XIII)
Japanese History (Lecture XIII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KOKUBU Koji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2314J
Course Code: 19054304
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu4
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course provides an in-depth examination of specific aspects of Modern Japanese History. The course also touches on topics of parliamentary politics in modern Japan.
Last updated : 2019/4/8 (03:16)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Japanese History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese History (Lecture XIV)
Japanese History (Lecture XIV)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KOKUBU Koji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3317J
Course Code: 19054602
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course provides an in-depth examination of specific aspects of Modern Japanese History. The course also touches on topics of the emperor in modern Japan.
Last updated : 2019/9/21 (21:58)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Japanese History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese History (Lecture XVII)
Japanese History (Lecture XVII)
Sub Title 
Professor, Hitotsubashi University WAKAO Masaki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2315J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (17:09)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Japanese History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese History (Lecture XVIII)
Japanese History (Lecture XVIII)
Sub Title 
Professor, Tokyo University NOJIMA KATO Yoko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3319J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The first half of this intensive course provides an in-depth examination of specific aspects of Emperor Showa as a political figure and his age.
The latter half of the course focuses on the Emperor's bodies and history of succession to the Japanese throne.
Last updated : 2019/3/25 (07:29)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Japanese History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese History (Seminar I)
Japanese History (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Professor SAKAUE Yasutoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2321J
Course Code: 19054204
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview •Through an in-depth study of the Ruijufusensho, students will acquire and develop the practical specialist knowledge and skills needed for research in Japanese History.
Last updated : 2019/4/7 (18:54)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Japanese History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese History (Seminar II)
Japanese History (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Professor SAKAUE Yasutoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3321J
Course Code: 19054704
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview •Through an in-depth study of the Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku,Veritable Record of Three Reigns of Japan, students will acquire and develop the practical specialist knowledge and skills needed for research in Japanese History.
Last updated : 2019/9/20 (21:45)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Japanese History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese History (Seminar V)
Japanese History (Seminar V)
Sub Title 
Professor SAEKI Koji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2322J
Course Code: 19051102
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course is designed to study samurai family documents in the medieval Japan.
Last updated : 2019/4/1 (19:18)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Japanese History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese History (Seminar VI)
Japanese History (Seminar VI)
Sub Title 
Professor SAEKI Koji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3323J
Course Code: 19051602
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course is designed to study samurai family documents in the medieval Japan.
Last updated : 2019/4/1 (19:20)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Japanese History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese History (Seminar IX)
Japanese History (Seminar IX)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor TAKANO Nobuharu
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2323J
Course Code: 19052302
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue4
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview At this seminar handles a target problem in Japan in the early modern times. We think about health and relations of the illness while reading a published book.
Last updated : 2019/3/29 (15:54)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Japanese History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese History (Seminar X)
Japanese History (Seminar X)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Saga University ITO Akihiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3325J
Course Code: 19051801
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon4
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview We will think about the actual condition of Han administration based on the Tenpo 9 (1838) "請御意" which is a record of Saga Han administration. Each participant is assigned a text (a copy of the original copy of the historical material), the decipherment and interpretation of the text, and what kind of meaning the historical material had at that time in Saga Han We will have a presentation, a question and answer session.
Last updated : 2019/3/22 (11:22)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Japanese History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese History (Seminar XIII)
Japanese History (Seminar XIII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KOKUBU Koji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2324J
Course Code: 19054101
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Through an in-depth study of "木戸幸一日記(The Diary of Kido Koichi)", students will acquire and develop the practical specialist knowledge and skills needed for research in Japanese History.
Last updated : 2019/4/8 (03:19)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Japanese History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese History (Seminar XIV)
Japanese History (Seminar XIV)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KOKUBU Koji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3327J
Course Code: 19054804
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Through an in-depth study of "芦田均日記(The Diary of Ashida Hitoshi)", students will acquire and develop the practical specialist knowledge and skills needed for research in Japanese History.
Last updated : 2019/4/8 (03:19)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Japanese History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese History (Seminar XVIII)
Japanese History (Seminar XVIII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Faculty of Social and Cultural Studies ITO Koji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3329J
Course Code: 19053801
2019 FallTerm
weekly Wed4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this seminar, we will read the text book. The text book is "Shojinki"
(『正任記』).
"Shojinki" was written in 15th century by SAGARA Tadato(相良正任).
Last updated : 2019/4/6 (02:40)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Japanese History Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese History (Practice I)
Japanese History (Practice I)
Sub Title 
Professor SAEKI Koji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2331J
Course Code: 19051302
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course is designed to study the styles of medieval documents in Japan,and Japenese medieval paleography.
Last updated : 2019/4/1 (19:22)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Japanese History Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese History (Practice II)
Japanese History (Practice II)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KOKUBU Koji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3331J
Course Code: 19052901
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course is designed to study about modern documents and to practice of using historical materials (manuscripts).
Last updated : 2019/8/1 (00:32)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
East Asian History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
East Asian History (Lecture V)
East Asian History (Lecture V)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor NAKAJIMA Yoshiaki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3342J
Course Code: 19052303
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course examins maritime history of East Asia from the 13th to the 15th century, with focusing on evpanton of trading network of Chinese merchants in East and South China Seas and Indian Ocean, as well as thier superior shipbilding and navigation technologies.
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (20:33)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
East Asian History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
East Asian History (Lecture VI)
East Asian History (Lecture VI)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor NAKAJIMA Yoshiaki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4342J
Course Code: 19052802
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course examins maritime history of East Asia in from the mid 14th to the early 16th centuries, with focusing the topics such as the fourteenth century crisis, maritime prohibitio/ tribute trade system of the Ming, expedition of Zheng He's fleet, trade network centerd with Malacca, intermediary trade of Ryukyu Kingdom, and appearence of the portuguese Power.
Last updated : 2019/10/2 (14:35)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
East Asian History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
East Asian History (Lecture XI)
East Asian History (Lecture XI)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Shinshu University TOYOOKA Yasushi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4344J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course examines “Pirates suppression” process and the socio-economy and international relations in 18th and 19th century China Seas. Attention will be paid to structural change to the modern in the East Asia.
Last updated : 2019/2/23 (23:20)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
East Asian History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
East Asian History (Seminar V)
East Asian History (Seminar V)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor NAKAJIMA Yoshiaki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3352J
Course Code: 19052402
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue5
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview In this seminor, students read Kenneth Chase, Firearms: A Global History to 1700 (Cambridge Universty Press,2003) , which discusses on transmission of firearm technology in Asia and Europe from the perspective of global history.
Last updated : 2019/4/3 (14:07)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
East Asian History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
East Asian History (Seminar VI)
East Asian History (Seminar VI)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor NAKAJIMA Yoshiaki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4352J
Course Code: 19052902
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue5
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 中国語)
Course Overview In this seminor, we read Wang Dayuan's Daoyi zhilue, which describes geografical situation and maritime commerce of the countries in Southeast Asia and Indian Ocean during the Yuan period, with consulting detailed notes attached by the editor of the text.
Last updated : 2019/10/2 (14:45)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
East Asian History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
East Asian History (Seminar IX)
East Asian History (Seminar IX)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Teacher Education Fukuoka SUGIMURA Shinji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2353J
Course Code: 19051103
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This aim of this class is to learn of the manners of reading comprehension of the classical Chinese historical materials necessary for the study of Chinese history, Mastery of basic knowledge about the historical materials of Chinese history, and classical Chinese learning of how to use the tool documentation necessary to reading comprehension.
Last updated : 2019/2/26 (14:44)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
East Asian History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
East Asian History (Seminar X)
East Asian History (Seminar X)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Teacher Education Fukuoka SUGIMURA Shinji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3354J
Course Code: 19051603
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon2
Ito Classroom
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Course Overview
Last updated :

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Korean History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Korean History (Lecture II)
Korean History (Lecture II)
Sub Title 
Professor MORIHIRA Masahiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2362J
Course Code: 19055102
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri2
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 古典漢文)
Course Overview This course provides an in-depth examination of the maritme exchange between the Goryeo Korea and China, especially focusing on the marine traffic.
Last updated : 2019/3/19 (11:54)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Korean History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Korean History (Lecture III)
Korean History (Lecture III)
Sub Title 
Professor MORIHIRA Masahiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3361J
Course Code: 19055603
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri2
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 古典漢文)
Course Overview This course provides an in-depth examination of the land trancportation between the medieval and pre-modern Korea and China, and the marine traffic between Korea and Japan.
Last updated : 2019/3/19 (12:16)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Korean History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Korean History (Lecture VII)
Korean History (Lecture VII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor ONO Yasuteru
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3363J
Course Code: 19052304
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 韓国語)
Course Overview This course provides an in-depth examination of specific aspects of Modern Korean History, especially colonial period.
Last updated : 2019/4/5 (16:37)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Korean History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Korean History (Lecture VIII)
Korean History (Lecture VIII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor ONO Yasuteru
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3364J
Course Code: 19052803
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 韓国語)
Course Overview This course provides an in-depth examination of specific aspects of Modern Korean History, especially Korean nationalist movement.
Last updated : 2019/4/5 (16:38)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Korean History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Korean History (Seminar III)
Korean History (Seminar III)
Sub Title 
Professor MORIHIRA Masahiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3365J
Course Code: 19052204
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 古典漢文)
Course Overview This course is designed to practice the skill of reading Korean medieval and pre-modern records, Joseon-Wanjo-Sillok.
Last updated : 2019/2/25 (17:08)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Korean History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Korean History (Seminar IV)
Korean History (Seminar IV)
Sub Title 
Professor MORIHIRA Masahiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3366J
Course Code: 19052705
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 古典漢文)
Course Overview This course is designed to practice the skill of reading Korean pre-modern records.
Last updated : 2019/2/25 (17:12)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Korean History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Korean History (Seminar VII)
Korean History (Seminar VII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor ONO Yasuteru
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3367J
Course Code: 19054205
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview In this seminar, students will continue to develop their knowledge and reading skills in history.
Last updated : 2019/4/5 (16:38)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Korean History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Korean History (Seminar VIII)
Korean History (Seminar VIII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor ONO Yasuteru
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3368J
Course Code: 19054705
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 韓国語)
Course Overview In this seminar, students will continue to develop their knowledge and reading skills in history.
Last updated : 2019/4/5 (16:39)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Korean History Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Korean History (Reading I)
Korean History (Reading I)
Sub Title 
Professor MORIHIRA Masahiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2371J
Course Code: 19054102
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course is designed to develop reading skills in Korean history studies.
Last updated : 2019/2/20 (10:19)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Korean History Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Korean History (Reading II)
Korean History (Reading II)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor ONO Yasuteru
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2372J
Course Code: 19054603
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu2
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 韓国語)
Course Overview In this seminar, students will continue to develop their knowledge and reading skills in Korean History. Students need to select essays on Korean History for their presentations.
Last updated : 2019/4/5 (16:39)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Korean History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Korean Culture (Lecture VI)
Korean Culture (Lecture VI)
Sub Title 
Professor, Kanazawa University FURUHATA Toru
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4372J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Last year, I published the general book "What is Balhae country" about Pal-hae/Bo-hai country (698 - 926). This book was designed to depict Pal-hae/Bo-hai country as a nation with multiple faces and historical significance in a pluralistic world beyond the controversy over how to draw Pal-hae/Bo-hai country as a national history is there. While reading along with the students about this book, supplementing what kind of research situation the concept was conceived under, what type of trial and error was born, thinking whether the attempt was successful or not To go. Among them, we plan to incorporate active learning methods in which students discuss each other. Ultimately ask students to write a review.
Last updated : 2019/8/28 (12:50) 〔8月28日更新。〕

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Korean (Elementary) I
Korean (Elementary) I
Sub Title 
None OSHIKAWA Nobuhisa
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2053J
Course Code: 19055202
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 韓国語)
Course Overview This class will offer students a chance to work on their base of reading, writing, listening and speaking in Korean.
Last updated : 2019/1/31 (16:07)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Korean (Elementary) II
Korean (Elementary) II
Sub Title 
None OSHIKAWA Nobuhisa
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2054J
Course Code: 19055702
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 韓国語)
Course Overview This class will offer students a chance to work on their base of reading, writing, listening and speaking in Korean.
Last updated : 2019/1/31 (16:17)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Korean I
Korean I
Sub Title 
None OSHIKAWA Nobuhisa
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2057J
Course Code: 19055302
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 韓国語)
Course Overview This class will offer students a chance to understand Korean society and culture through reading newspaper articles.
Last updated : 2019/1/31 (16:30)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Korean II
Korean II
Sub Title 
None OSHIKAWA Nobuhisa
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2058J
Course Code: 19055803
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 韓国語)
Course Overview This class will offer students a chance to understand Korean society and culture through reading newspaper articles.
Last updated : 2019/1/31 (16:30)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Archaeology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Archaeology (Lecture III)
Archaeology (Lecture III)
Sub Title 
Professor MIYAMOTO Kazuo
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3411J
Course Code: 19052205
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture aims to clarify the historical meanings of the Bronze Age in Central Plains of China. Comparing with the Bronze Ages of other area in human history, it aims to explain the commonality and the particularity of that of Central Plains in China.
Last updated : 2019/3/29 (18:18)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Archaeology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Archaeology (Lecture IV)
Archaeology (Lecture IV)
Sub Title 
Professor MIYAMOTO Kazuo
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3412J
Course Code: 19052706
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture aims to clarify the historical meanings of the Bronze Age of Northern Brozes in East Asai. Comparing with the Bronze Ages of other area in human history, it aims to explain the commonality and the particularity of that of Northern Bronzes in East Asia.
Last updated : 2019/4/1 (13:07)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Archaeology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Archaeology (Lecture V)
Archaeology (Lecture V)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor TSUJITA Junichiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2421J
Course Code: 19054206
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course examines ancient state formation in Japanese archipelago focusing on Kyushu region around the 7th century AD, based on archaeological and historical studies.
Last updated : 2019/4/3 (09:32)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Archaeology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Archaeology (Lecture VI)
Archaeology (Lecture VI)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor TSUJITA Junichiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2422J
Course Code: 19054706
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Archaeology is the discipline for studying human history based on material remains. How do archaeologists explain human history from prehistory to historical times? This course examines 'social evolution' as a keyword for considering human history, reviewing the history of archaeological and anthropological thought.
Last updated : 2019/4/3 (10:08)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Archaeology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Archaeology (Lecture XI)
Archaeology (Lecture XI)
Sub Title 
Professor, Faculty of Social and Cultural Studies MIZOGUCHI Koji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3419J
Course Code: 19052305
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course concerns the way we study archaeological evidence as the remaining material media and consequences of past social practices. By drawing upon the premise that the most basic and minimum phenomenal unit of social phenomena is human interaction/communication, the course investigates how we can recognize the traces of the operation of past communication systems. and how we can grasp the way they changed and how society was transformed . We will also investigate how the way we are situated in contemporary society and the way we live in it as social beings affect our approaches to the past. The ultimate goal of the course, by synthesizing the outcomes of those endeavors, is to construct the framework of a new 'Social Archaeology'.
Last updated : 2019/4/23 (09:47)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Archaeology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Archaeology (Lecture XIV)
Archaeology (Lecture XIV)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Tokyo University FUKUDA Masahiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4414J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
intensive
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture is designed to introduce some concrete examples of historical studies on environmental adaptation in North East Asia and Japan-Russia joint researches teacher has been conducting. These will be situated within current archaeological research activities in the Circum Japan Sea Area, especially in the northern part, which primarily includes the Russian Far East and the Japanese archipelago. The knowledge obtained will form the basis of our understanding of the diversity of prehistoric ethnic groups and archaeological cultures in North East Asia. We are foremost concerned with the emergence period of pottery through the Middle Ages. As it is important to correctly understand the political and social conditions of the partner country when promoting international academic exchange, modern history should be touched on where appropriate. We will examine how Japanese researchers and researchers from countries with different social backgrounds, historical views, and research methodologies sustain scholarly collaboration and conduct research.

Key words: archaeology, North East Asia, Russian Far East, Japanese Archipelago, environmental adaptation, excavation, mutual understanding
Last updated : 2019/2/8 (15:40)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Archaeology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Archaeology (Seminar I)
Archaeology (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Professor MIYAMOTO Kazuo
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3413J
Course Code: 19051402
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course aims to train to write up a graduation thesis.
Last updated : 2019/4/1 (13:06)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Archaeology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Archaeology (Seminar II)
Archaeology (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Professor MIYAMOTO Kazuo
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3414J
Course Code: 19051902
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course aims to train to write up a graduation thesis.
Last updated : 2019/4/1 (13:04)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Archaeology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Archaeology (Seminar V)
Archaeology (Seminar V)
Sub Title 
Professor MIYAMOTO Kazuo
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2413J
Course Code: 19051104
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this course students learn the particularity of archeological materials, giving the presentation about the period, product place, quality and the archaeological meaning of the artifacts. And they learn how to study the archaeological materials.
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (10:07)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Archaeology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Archaeology (Seminar VI)
Archaeology (Seminar VI)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor TSUJITA Junichiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2423J
Course Code: 19051604
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this seminar, students will continue to develop their knowledge, methodology and reading skills in archaeology. Students need to read several papers on Japanese archaeology for their presentations.
Last updated : 2019/3/29 (19:21)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Archaeology Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Archaeology (Reading I)
Archaeology (Reading I)
Sub Title 
Professor MIYAMOTO Kazuo
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2414J
Course Code: 19054103
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu2
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 韓国語)
Course Overview Trough reading books about Korean Archaeology in Korean language, students will acquire Korean language ability and understanding of Korean Archaeology.
Last updated : 2019/3/29 (18:21)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Archaeology Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Archaeology (Reading II)
Archaeology (Reading II)
Sub Title 
Professor MIYAMOTO Kazuo
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2415J
Course Code: 19051703
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 韓国語)
Course Overview In this course students learn the particularity of archeological materials, giving the presentation about the period, product place, quality and the archaeological meaning of the artifacts. And they learn how to study the archaeological materials.
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (09:55)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Archaeology Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Archaeology (Reading V)
Archaeology (Reading V)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor TSUJITA Junichiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2424J
Course Code: 19051203
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course involves reading archaeological text in English. Students will improve their vocabulary and academic skills. Readings will focus on aspects of theory and history of archaeology.
Last updated : 2019/3/29 (19:21)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Archaeology Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Archaeology (Reading VI)
Archaeology (Reading VI)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor TSUJITA Junichiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2425J
Course Code: 19052603
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue2
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course involves reading archaeological text in English. Students will improve their vocabulary and academic skills. Readings will focus on aspects of theory and history of archaeology.
Last updated : 2019/3/29 (19:22)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Archaeology Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Archaeology (Practice I)
Archaeology (Practice I)
Sub Title 
Professor MIYAMOTO Kazuo
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2416J
Course Code: 19053100
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Wed2:Wed3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The second grade students will learn the skill of survey map and drawing picture of pottery and stone tools. The third and fourth grade students will practically learn the process of publishing the excavation report with the archeological materials found by the field school.
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (10:10)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Archaeology Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Archaeology (Practice II)
Archaeology (Practice II)
Sub Title 
Professor MIYAMOTO Kazuo
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2417J
Course Code: 19053802
2019 FallTerm
weekly Wed4:Wed5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Under graduate school students will practically learn the process of publishing the excavation report with the archeological materials found by the field school.
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (10:20)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Occidental History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
European History (Lecture I)
European History (Lecture I)
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor IMAI Hiromasa
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2431J
Course Code: 19051204
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course provides an in-depth examination of specific aspects of Modern and Contemporary European History. The course also touches on relevant topics in the "Street Politics" in Modern and Contemporary German History.
Last updated : 2019/4/3 (00:43)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Occidental History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
European History (Lecture II)
European History (Lecture II)
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor IMAI Hiromasa
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2432J
Course Code: 19054805
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course provides an in-depth examination of specific aspects of Modern and Contemporary European History. The course also touches on relevant topics in the "Straßenpolitik (Street Politics)" in Modern and Contemporary German History.
Last updated : 2019/3/27 (17:30)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Occidental History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
European History (Lecture V)
European History (Lecture V)
Sub Title 
Professor OKAZAKI Atsushi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2443J
Course Code: 19055203
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course provides an in-depth examination of specific aspects of European History. The course particularly touches on relevant topics on the Archives, rethinking his history in the Middle and Early Modern Period.
Last updated : 2019/3/16 (13:29)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Occidental History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
European History (Lecture VII)
European History (Lecture VII)
Sub Title 
Professor OKAZAKI Atsushi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3445J
Course Code: 19055804
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course is designed to introduce students to the discipline of history, the basic principle and theories of the historical science. Attention will be paid to examination of materials, historiography and redaction of report.
Last updated : 2019/2/21 (08:24)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Occidental History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
European History (Seminar I)
European History (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Professor OKAZAKI Atsushi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2435J
Course Code: 19054207
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, French)
Course Overview In this seminar, students will continue to develop their knowledge and reading skills in history. Students need to interpret an article written in French on the "Power, Memory and Representation" for their presentations.
Last updated : 2019/3/20 (12:51)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Occidental History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
European History (Seminar II)
European History (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Professor OKAZAKI Atsushi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2436J
Course Code: 19054707
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, French)
Course Overview This course aims to familiarize students with the source materials available for the study of French Medieval History.
Last updated : 2019/9/25 (11:03)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Occidental History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
European History (Seminar V)
European History (Seminar V)
Sub Title 
Professor, Faculty of Human-Environment Studies NONOMURA Toshiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2444J
Course Code: 19052403
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue5
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course aims to familiarize students with the source materials available for the study of the modernization of music scene from the perspectives of the Global, the National and the Local in Japan at the beginning of the Meiji era.
Last updated : 2019/9/20 (08:29)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Occidental History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
European History (Seminar VI)
European History (Seminar VI)
Sub Title 
Professor, Faculty of Human-Environment Studies NONOMURA Toshiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3441J
Course Code: 19052707
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course aims to familiarize students with the source materials available for the study of women's work and life in the turn of 20th century Britain.
We would discuss about gender, class and the welfare state through the philanthropic effort by a single woman.
Last updated : 2019/9/20 (08:30)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Occidental History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
European History (Seminar IX)
European History (Seminar IX)
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor IMAI Hiromasa
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3443J
Course Code: 19051105
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon2
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, German)
Course Overview In this seminar, students will continue to develop their knowledge and reading skills in history. Students need to interpret an essay and documents written in German on the "National Socialism as Anticolonialism" for their presentations.
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (15:39)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Occidental History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
European History (Seminar X)
European History (Seminar X)
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor IMAI Hiromasa
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3443J
Course Code: 19051605
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon2
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, German)
Course Overview In this seminar, students will continue to develop their knowledge and reading skills in history. Students need to interpret an essay and documents written in German on the "Revolution in the Upper Palatinate" for their presentations.
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (22:14)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Occidental History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
European History (Seminar XIV)
European History (Seminar XIV)
Sub Title 
Professor OKAZAKI Atsushi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4442J
Course Code: 19055303
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri4
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview In this seminar, students will continue to develop their knowledge and reading skills in history. Students need to interpret an article written in English on the "Public History" for their presentations.
Last updated : 2019/4/8 (18:01)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
Occidental History Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
European History (Seminar XVI)
European History (Seminar XVI)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Faculty of Humanities, Fukuoka University MORI Takeo
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4444J
Course Code: 19054604
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The purpose of this course it to introduce students one of the new historical methods about early modern history, Atlantic History, through history of colonial and revolutionary American. The most important aspect of Atlantic History is considering history from broad perspective. This cource examines the topics about maritime Atlantic world, the political relationship of american colonies and Britain, and the race relatioship between native american and settlers.
Last updated : 2019/2/7 (18:19)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
History of Islamic Civilization Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Islamic Civilization (Lecture I)
History of Islamic Civilization (Lecture I)
Sub Title 
None SAITO Kumiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2460J
Course Code: 19052206
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course focuses on the emergence and development of Kurdish nationalism. This lecture is designed to students to the basic information of Modern Turkish history.
Last updated : 2019/3/11 (12:27)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
History of Islamic Civilization Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Islamic Civilization (Lecture II)
History of Islamic Civilization (Lecture II)
Sub Title 
None SAITO Kumiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2461J
Course Code: 19052708
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course focuses on the emergence and development of Kurdish nationalism. This lecture is designed to students to the basic information of Modern Turkish history.
Last updated : 2019/3/11 (12:26)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
History of Islamic Civilization Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Islamic Civilization (Lecture V)
History of Islamic Civilization (Lecture V)
Sub Title 
Professor SHIMIZU Kazuhiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2464J
Course Code: 19055103
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course is designed to introduce students to the basic knowledge of Islamic history, law and theology, with extra comments on a few topics of the formation of Islamic Empire.
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (17:35)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
History of Islamic Civilization Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Islamic Civilization (Lecture VI)
History of Islamic Civilization (Lecture VI)
Sub Title 
Professor SHIMIZU Kazuhiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3460J
Course Code: 19055604
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course examines early Islamic history from its origins to the decline of Abbasid Empire. Themes of focus include historical meaning of Islamic Empire as one of the Eurasian Empires.
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (17:44)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
History of Islamic Civilization Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Islamic Civilization (Lecture IX)
History of Islamic Civilization (Lecture IX)
Sub Title 
OZAWA Ichiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3463J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture examines the history of modern Iran from the viewpoint of "new" military history, which has come to encompass not only traditional topics such as the structure of military powers, strategies and tactics, wars and other military conflicts, etc., but also new themes including relation between military and society, military training and human body, and the media in wartime. After introducing these new trends to students, this lecture traces the historical development of Iran from the Safavid period (ca. 1500-1722) until the Islamic Revolution according to the following three viewpoints: 1) military and the state; 2) the relation between military and the Iranian society; and 3) external influences on the Iranian military. In addition, the Iranian case will be compared with those of the Ottoman Empire and Japan. This lecture aims not only to provide students with a new perspective of modern history, but also to invite them to a deeper understanding of the contemporary world, by transcending modern western values through the examination of the military history of modern Iran.
Last updated : 2019/3/1 (09:50)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
History of Islamic Civilization Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Islamic Civilization (Lecture X)
History of Islamic Civilization (Lecture X)
Sub Title 
Part-Time Teacher, Hyogo University OHIGASHI Takanori
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3464J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
intensive
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course aims to provide an overview of the Indian Ocean survey from the 1960s with special attention to recent developments in studies of the Dutch East India Company.
Last updated : 2019/2/10 (16:44)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
History of Islamic Civilization Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Islamic Civilization (Seminar I)
History of Islamic Civilization (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Professor SHIMIZU Kazuhiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2450J
Course Code: 19054208
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This seminar aims students to learn discipline for studying the history of Islamic civilization. Students need to select two article (Japanese and English) for their presentation.
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (10:30)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
History of Islamic Civilization Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Islamic Civilization (Seminar II)
History of Islamic Civilization (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Professor SHIMIZU Kazuhiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2451J
Course Code: 19054708
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This seminar aims students to learn discipline for studying the history of Islamic civilization. Students need to select two article (Japanese and English) for their presentation.
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (10:32)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
History of Islamic Civilization Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Islamic Civilization (Seminar V)
History of Islamic Civilization (Seminar V)
Sub Title 
None SAITO Kumiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2454J
Course Code: 19051106
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon2
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, ペルシャ語)
Course Overview This course aims to learn Persian Grammar and translate Persian historiography, Abu Bakr-i Tihrani's "Kitab-i Diyarbakriyya", into Japanese.
Last updated : 2019/3/11 (14:41)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
History of Islamic Civilization Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Islamic Civilization (Seminar VI)
History of Islamic Civilization (Seminar VI)
Sub Title 
None SAITO Kumiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3450J
Course Code: 19051606
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon2
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, ペルシャ語)
Course Overview This course aims to learn Persian Grammar and translate Persian historiography, Abu Bakr-i Tihrani's "Kitab-i Diyarbakriyya", into Japanese.
Last updated : 2019/3/11 (14:43)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
History of Islamic Civilization Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Islamic Civilization (Seminar IX)
History of Islamic Civilization (Seminar IX)
Sub Title 
Professor SHIMIZU Kazuhiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3453J
Course Code: 19055304
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, アラビア語)
Course Overview This course aims to familiarize students with the source materials available for the study of Arabic Islamic history, including Arabic chronicles, biographies and so forth.
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (17:24)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
History of Islamic Civilization Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Islamic Civilization (Seminar X)
History of Islamic Civilization (Seminar X)
Sub Title 
Professor SHIMIZU Kazuhiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3454J
Course Code: 19055805
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, アラビア語)
Course Overview This course aims to familiarize students with the source materials available for the study of Arabic Islamic history, including Arabic chronicles, biographies and so forth.
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (17:24)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
History of Islamic Civilization Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Islamic Civilization (Seminar XIII)
History of Islamic Civilization (Seminar XIII)
Sub Title 
None SAITO Kumiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4452J
Course Code: 19052306
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, トルコ語)
Course Overview This course aims to learn Turkish grammar and translate Metin Kunt's "Sancaktan Eyalete: 1550-1650 Arasinda Osmanli Umerasi ve Il Idaresi” into Japanese.
Last updated : 2019/3/15 (11:22)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course
History of Islamic Civilization Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Islamic Civilization (Seminar XIV)
History of Islamic Civilization (Seminar XIV)
Sub Title 
None SAITO Kumiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4453J
Course Code: 19052804
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, トルコ語)
Course Overview This course aims to learn Turkish grammar and translate Metin Kunt's "Sancaktan Eyalete: 1550-1650 Arasinda Osmanli Umerasi ve Il Idaresi" into Japanese.
Last updated : 2019/3/15 (11:26)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Specially-Appointed Researcher, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies SHINODA Tomoaki
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, アラビア語)
Course Overview This course (the Arabic I) and the course in the second semester (Arabic II) together aim to learn the elementary grammar of Modern Standard Arabic. After the stage, the class attendees will practice the reading of Arabic texts to review their learning of the grammar and ameliorate their understanding of it.
Last updated : 2019/4/1 (14:25)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Specially-Appointed Researcher, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies SHINODA Tomoaki
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
intensive
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, アラビア語)
Course Overview This course (the Arabic II) and the course in the first semester (Arabic I) together aim to learn the elementary grammar of Modern Standard Arabic. After the stage, the class attendees will practice the reading of Arabic texts to review their learning of the grammar and ameliorate their understanding of it.
Last updated : 2019/3/25 (00:25)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Geography (Lecture III)
Geography (Lecture III)
Sub Title 
Professor TAKAGI Akihiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2743J
Course Code: 19052207
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course examines the introduction of geopolitics and its development in Japan.
Last updated : 2019/10/2 (22:07)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Geography (Lecture IV)
Geography (Lecture IV)
Sub Title 
Professor TAKAGI Akihiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2744J
Course Code: 19052709
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course examines some topics of Border Studies from the view of political geography. Themes of focus include the border studies in geography, concepts of boundary, frontier and borderlands, the change and formation of states, the change of Japanese territory and its borders and new trends of border studies.
Last updated : 2019/9/26 (16:40)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Geography (Lecture VI)
Geography (Lecture VI)
Sub Title 
Professor ONJO Akio
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2746J
Course Code: 19054104
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course examines the meanings of urban riots and violence from 19 to the 21 century. Themes of focus include the pratice and consciousness of the people
Last updated : 2019/5/30 (12:19)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Geography (Lecture VII)
Geography (Lecture VII)
Sub Title 
Professor ONJO Akio
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3741J
Course Code: 19054605
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview  This course provides an overview of basic perspectives and concepts of social geography. Attention will be paid to the relationships between the social and the spatial,and ths spatial dimension of societies in the various scales.
Last updated : 2019/9/17 (10:40)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Geography (Lecture IX)
Geography (Lecture IX)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor IMAZATO Satoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3743J
Course Code: 19055703
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course introduces a regional geography of Hirado Island in north-western Kyushu. Themes of focus include folklore and religious topics in case study villages.
Last updated : 2019/9/24 (11:14)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Geography (Lecture XVI)
Geography (Lecture XVI)
Sub Title 
Professor, Senshu University NAGAO Kenkichi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4744J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course introduces approaches in economic geography and examines contributions of theories to the understanding of contemporary globalizing/localizing world.
Last updated : 2019/4/10 (22:06) 〔集中講義の日程を変更(4月10日付)。〕

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Regional Geography (Lecture II)
Regional Geography (Lecture II)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Shimonoseki City University SOTOHEBO Daisuke
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3747J
Course Code: 19051303
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course focuses on topographies of various regions in Europe and North America in order to provide an overview of the basic perspectives and concepts of regions in geography.
Last updated : 2019/2/20 (18:02) 〔なし〕

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Geography (Seminar III)
Geography (Seminar III)
Sub Title 
Professor TAKAGI Akihiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2753J
Course Code: 19052307
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this seminar course, students learn basics for geographical studies such as the method for collecting documents and data, statistical processing for the data and the making of figures and tables through using Excel, Inkscape (or Illustrator) and QGIS or (ArcGIS).
Last updated : 2019/4/4 (19:47)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Geography (Seminar IV)
Geography (Seminar IV)
Sub Title 
Professor TAKAGI Akihiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2754J
Course Code: 19052604
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Through reading some books and articles on Geopolitics and Political Geography, students will acquire and develop the practical specialist knowledge and skills needed for research for understanding the recent economy and society in the world and Japan.
Last updated : 2019/10/2 (22:07)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Geography (Seminar VII)
Geography (Seminar VII)
Sub Title 
Professor ONJO Akio
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3753J
Course Code: 19054209
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview •Through an in-depth study of a selected topic in Contemporary Cities or urbanization, students will acquire and develop the basic perspective and knowledge needed for research in the city and urbanizaton.
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (12:25)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Geography (Seminar VIII)
Geography (Seminar VIII)
Sub Title 
Professor ONJO Akio
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3754J
Course Code: 19054709
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview •Through an in-depth study of a selected topic in the history and problem of human geography, students will acquire and develop the basic perspective and knowledge needed for research in the geographical apprroaches and the situation of contemporary geography.
Last updated : 2019/9/23 (12:59)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Geography (Seminar XI)
Geography (Seminar XI)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor IMAZATO Satoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4753J
Course Code: 19055204
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this seminar, second-year students will acquire basic knowledge and reading skills in human geography. Students need to select one academic article on human geography for their presentations.
Last updated : 2019/3/1 (15:05)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Geography (Seminar XII)
Geography (Seminar XII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor IMAZATO Satoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4754J
Course Code: 19055806
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this seminar, third-year students will develop their knowledge and advanced reading skills in human geography in order to establish thier own research topics. Students need to select three academic articles and one volume book on human geography for their presentations.
Last updated : 2019/3/1 (13:11)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Geography (Seminar XIII)
Geography (Seminar XIII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor IMAZATO Satoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4755J
Course Code: 19054901
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview During the yearlong seminar, students of the human geography course will encounter basic methodologies, obtain independently source materials, and develop writing skills related to their own themes.
Last updated : 2019/3/1 (15:06)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Geography (Reading II)
Geography (Reading II)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor IMAZATO Satoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2762J
Course Code: 19054306
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, French)
Course Overview This course involves academic reading practice in French, focusing on Japanese historical, cultural, and rural geography.
Last updated : 2019/3/1 (13:07)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Geography (Reading VIII)
Geography (Reading VIII)
Sub Title 
Professor ONJO Akio
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3764J
Course Code: 19054806
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, German)
Course Overview In this seminar, students will continue to develop their knowledge and reading skills in german social geography.
Last updated : 2019/3/28 (18:24)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Geography (Practice I)
Geography (Practice I)
Sub Title 
Professor ONJO Akio
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3765J
Course Code: 19052404
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This fieldtrip-based course aims to provide students with skills that allow them to collect geographical data using appropriate techniques. Students gain the experineces of tema work, and develop their own powers of observation, analysis, imagination and writing skill of fieldwork.
Last updated : 2019/3/28 (19:00)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Geography (Practice II)
Geography (Practice II)
Sub Title 
Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Teacher Education Fukuoka KUROKI Takahito
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3766J
Course Code: 19052805
2019 FallTerm
biweekly Tue4:Tue5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This training course focuses on physical geographical technics in order to understand field survey for geographic research.
Last updated : 2019/1/31 (17:58)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Geography (Practice III)
Geography (Practice III)
Sub Title 
Professor TAKAGI Akihiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3767J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This fieldwork course provides students with the necessary knowledge and basic perspectives for geography. Students taking this course will participate in five one-day field trips (in April, June, October, November, and February) 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.
Last updated : 2019/4/4 (19:47)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Geography Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Physical Geography (Lecture II)
Physical Geography (Lecture II)
Sub Title 
Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Teacher Education Fukuoka KUROKI Takahito
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3748J
Course Code: 19051403
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon5
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course focuses on physical geographical phenomena in order to understand present landscapes for prediction future our lives
Last updated : 2019/1/31 (18:03)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Introduction to Geography
Introduction to Geography
Sub Title 
Associate Professor IMAZATO Satoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2707J
Course Code: 19055104
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri2
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This primary lecture course introduces basic concepts and topics in human geography.
Last updated : 2019/3/5 (13:10)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Linguistics (Lecture I)
Japanese Linguistics (Lecture I)
Sub Title 
Professor TAKAYAMA Michiaki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2511J
Course Code: 19054105
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu2
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course focuses on the Classical Japanese Language and Verse.
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (17:36)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Linguistics (Lecture II)
Japanese Linguistics (Lecture II)
Sub Title 
Professor TAKAYAMA Michiaki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2512J
Course Code: 19054606
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu2
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture considers Japanese and Japanese culture based on a historical point of view.
Last updated : 2019/9/10 (16:05)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Linguistics (Lecture III)
Japanese Linguistics (Lecture III)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor AOKI Hirofumi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3510J
Course Code: 19052308
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue4
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture cource focuses on the history of Japanese grammar.
Last updated : 2019/3/26 (14:11)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Linguistics (Lecture IV)
Japanese Linguistics (Lecture IV)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor AOKI Hirofumi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3511J
Course Code: 19052806
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue4
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture cource focuses on the history of Japanese grammar.
Last updated : 2019/3/11 (09:54)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Linguistics (Lecture VII)
Japanese Linguistics (Lecture VII)
Sub Title 
Professor, Osaka University SHIBUYA Katsumi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3514J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course aimes to develop future research topics and methods of the history of Japanese grammar through the critical review of the previous approaches and their attainment.
Last updated : 2019/2/27 (11:43)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Linguistics (Seminar I)
Japanese Linguistics (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Professor TAKAYAMA Michiaki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2515J
Course Code: 19054210
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This seminar course introduces the oldest existing anthology of Japanese poetry, Man'yōshū. It consists of about 4500 Japanese poems made during the roughly 350 years before the middle of the 8th century. The poems were made before the invention of the Japanese syllabary (kana), and although they are entirely written in Chinese characters, they provide precious data on such aspects as the ancient Japanese language, literature, and history.
Last updated : 2019/3/27 (17:39)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Linguistics (Seminar II)
Japanese Linguistics (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Professor TAKAYAMA Michiaki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2516J
Course Code: 19054710
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This seminar course introduces the oldest existing anthology of Japanese poetry, Man'yōshū. It consists of about 4500 Japanese poems made during the roughly 350 years before the middle of the 8th century. The poems were made before the invention of the Japanese syllabary (kana), and although they are entirely written in Chinese characters, they provide precious data on such aspects as the ancient Japanese language, literature, and history.
Last updated : 2019/3/27 (17:41)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Linguistics (Seminar III)
Japanese Linguistics (Seminar III)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor AOKI Hirofumi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3515J
Course Code: 19055205
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this seminar, students will read over "Amakusaban-Heikemonogatari".
Last updated : 2019/3/11 (09:48)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Linguistics (Seminar IV)
Japanese Linguistics (Seminar IV)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor AOKI Hirofumi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3516J
Course Code: 19055704
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this seminar, students will read over "Amakusaban-Heikemonogatari".
Last updated : 2019/3/11 (09:49)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Linguistics, Calligraphy II
Japanese Linguistics, Calligraphy II
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Teacher Education Fukuoka HATTORI Kazutaka
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4519J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
intensive
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School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Literature (Lecture I)
Japanese Literature (Lecture I)
Sub Title 
Professor KARASHIMA Masao
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2521J
Course Code: 19055105
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri2
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview With a focus on "Ise Monogatari", we will consider used and medieval literary history from various viewpoints.
Last updated : 2019/4/4 (14:08)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Literature (Lecture II)
Japanese Literature (Lecture II)
Sub Title 
Professor KARASHIMA Masao
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2522J
Course Code: 19055605
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri2
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview With a focus on "Taketori Monogatari", we will consider used and medieval literary history from various viewpoints.
Last updated : 2019/4/4 (14:10)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Literature (Lecture III)
Japanese Literature (Lecture III)
Sub Title 
Professor, Wako University FUKAZAWA Shinji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3520J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course attempts to update the current interpretation of Basho's *1 hokku*2, overviewing the previous study of relevant fields. The lecture focuses especially on the verse which were adopted to the book "Oku no Hosomichi." Examining Basho's verse from the perspectives such as the comparison between his actual journey in 1689 and what was written in the book, the influence of older travel literature and the relationship to "Senjusho," the lecture will provide deeper understanding of what he intended with his expressions.
*1 A famous poet lived in early Edo Period
*2 The first 17-syllables verse of a linked poem
Last updated : 2019/2/16 (16:07)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Literature (Lecture IV)
Japanese Literature (Lecture IV)
Sub Title 
Professor, Kyoto Prefectural Univeristy HUJIWARA Hideki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3521J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview •This lecture course focuses on Miyako-no-nishiki who was a first of Ukiyo-zoshi writer depending on the cooperation of publishers in Kyoto at the beginning of the 18th century. His appearance means the birth of Ukiyo-zoshi author produced by publishers in the history of Japanese literature. We consider the environment surrounding the author, especially the relationship between publishers and author.
Last updated : 2019/2/22 (18:09)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Literature (Lecture V)
Japanese Literature (Lecture V)
Sub Title 
Specially-Appointed Professor, Kokugakuin University YAMADA Toshihiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3524J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In addition to introducing the overall picture of the Tale of Genji for beginners, it will help to acquire professional thinking by showing the problem which has been called a variety of discussions up to now, and presenting the idea about it.
Last updated : 2019/2/17 (14:57)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Literature (Seminar I)
Japanese Literature (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Professor KARASHIMA Masao
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2525J
Course Code: 19051205
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this seminar,students will read over "Eiga Monogatari".
Last updated : 2019/4/1 (13:13)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Literature (Seminar II)
Japanese Literature (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Professor KARASHIMA Masao
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2526J
Course Code: 19051704
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this seminar,students will read over "Eiga Monogatari".
Last updated : 2019/4/1 (13:16)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Literature (Seminar III)
Japanese Literature (Seminar III)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KAWAHIRA Toshifumi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3525J
Course Code: 19055305
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri4
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M/J科目 (日本語, 古典日本語)
Course Overview This seminar's contents are as follows.
(1)Interpret and note about Japanese early modern literature("Sarumino":a selection of the school of Basho called "Kokinshu" of haikai).
(2)Discussion about Japanese early modern literature and thought.
Last updated : 2019/2/26 (13:39)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Literature (Seminar IV)
Japanese Literature (Seminar IV)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KAWAHIRA Toshifumi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3526J
Course Code: 19055807
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 古典日本語)
Course Overview This seminar's contents are as follows.
(1)Interpret and note about Japanese early modern literature("Sarumino":a selection of the school of Basho called "Kokinshu" of a haikai).
(2)Discussion about Japanese early modern literature and thought.
Last updated : 2019/3/29 (10:16)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Literature (Seminar V)
Japanese Literature (Seminar V)
Sub Title 
Professor, Faculty of Social and Cultural Studies MATSUMOTO Tsunehiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3527J
Course Code: 19053400
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Wed5
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Course Overview
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School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Literature (Seminar VI)
Japanese Literature (Seminar VI)
Sub Title 
Professor, Faculty of Social and Cultural Studies MATSUMOTO Tsunehiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3528J
Course Code: 19053900
2019 FallTerm
weekly Wed5
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Course Overview
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School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Japanese Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Japanese Language and Literature (Seminar)
Japanese Language and Literature (Seminar)
Sub Title 
Professor TAKAYAMA Michiaki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2510J
Course Code: 19055811
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This class will offer students a chance to work on their base of Japanese literature and linguistics.
Last updated : 2019/9/10 (16:09)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Chinese Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Language (Lecture II)
Chinese Language (Lecture II)
Sub Title 
Professor SHIZUNAGA Takeshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2532J
Course Code: 19055206
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 中国語)
Course Overview •This lecture offers students an opportunity to gain a literary thinking ability for becoming an active learner. Especially if you want to know about Chinese ancient literature, you will be able to have good knowledges and experiences.
Last updated : 2019/3/27 (13:36)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Chinese Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Language (Seminar IV)
Chinese Language (Seminar IV)
Sub Title 
Professor SHIZUNAGA Takeshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3534J
Course Code: 19055705
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 中国語)
Course Overview •This lecture offers students an opportunity to gain a literary thinking ability for becoming an active learner. Especially if you want to know about Chinese ancient literature, you will be able to have good knowledges and experiences.
Last updated : 2019/3/27 (13:40)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Chinese Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Conversation I
Chinese Conversation I
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer LIN Xiaoguang
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2535M
Course Code: 19054307
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito Classroom
M科目 (中国語, 中国語)
Course Overview Chinese conversation.
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (19:32)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Chinese Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Conversation II
Chinese Conversation II
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer LIN Xiaoguang
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2536M
Course Code: 19054807
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito Classroom
M科目 (中国語, 中国語)
Course Overview Chinese conversation.
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (19:32)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Chinese Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Composition I
Chinese Composition I
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer LIN Xiaoguang
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3535M
Course Code: 19053300
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Wed4
Ito Classroom
M科目 (中国語, 中国語)
Course Overview Chinese composition.
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (19:34)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Chinese Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Composition II
Chinese Composition II
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer LIN Xiaoguang
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3536M
Course Code: 19053803
2019 FallTerm
weekly Wed4
Ito Classroom
M科目 (中国語, 中国語)
Course Overview Chinese composition.
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (19:35)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Chinese Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Literature (Lecture VI)
Chinese Literature (Lecture VI)
Sub Title 
None KAMATANI Takeshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2546J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course is designed to introduce students to ancient Chinese literature especially in Han Dynasty. Attention will be paid to characteristics of Fu rhapsody and Yue-fu poetry.
Last updated : 2019/2/26 (15:39)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Chinese Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Literature (Lecture IX)
Chinese Literature (Lecture IX)
Sub Title 
Professor SHIZUNAGA Takeshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4549J
Course Code: 19051107
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon2
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 古典漢文)
Course Overview •This lecture offers students an opportunity to gain a literary thinking ability for becoming an active learner. Especially if you want to know about Chinese ancient literature, you will be able to have good knowledges and experiences.
Last updated : 2019/6/11 (13:38) 〔6月11日、学期末レポート課題を書き込みました。〕

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Chinese Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Literature (Lecture XI)
Chinese Literature (Lecture XI)
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor INOKUCHI Chiyuki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4540J
Course Code: 19051206
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course focuses on development of literature written in colloquial Chinesese,aim to realize the relationship bitween literature and society.
Last updated : 2019/3/20 (13:09)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Chinese Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Literature (Lecture XII)
Chinese Literature (Lecture XII)
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor INOKUCHI Chiyuki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4540J
Course Code: 19051705
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course focuses on development of literature written in colloquial Chinesese,aim to realize the relationship bitween literature and society.
Last updated : 2019/3/20 (13:10)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Chinese Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Literature (Seminar IX)
Chinese Literature (Seminar IX)
Sub Title 
Professor SHIZUNAGA Takeshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3549J
Course Code: 19054106
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu2
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 古典漢文)
Course Overview •This seminar course introduces the most influential Chinese poem of Tang Dynasty.
Last updated : 2019/3/27 (11:36)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Chinese Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Literature (Seminar X)
Chinese Literature (Seminar X)
Sub Title 
Professor SHIZUNAGA Takeshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3540J
Course Code: 19054607
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu2
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 古典漢文)
Course Overview •This seminar course introduces the most influential Chinese poem of Tang Dynasty.
Last updated : 2019/8/26 (15:33)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Chinese Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Literature (Seminar XI)
Chinese Literature (Seminar XI)
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor INOKUCHI Chiyuki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4541J
Course Code: 19054211
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 中国語)
Course Overview Through the reading of some colloquial Chinese novels published in the Ming era, students will acquire and develop the practical skills and specialist knowledge needed for read these novels.
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (19:22)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Chinese Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Literature (Seminar XII)
Chinese Literature (Seminar XII)
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor INOKUCHI Chiyuki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4542J
Course Code: 19054711
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 中国語)
Course Overview Through the reading of some colloquial Chinese novels published in the Ming era, students will acquire and develop the practical skills and specialist knowledge needed for read these novels.
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (19:22)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Chinese Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Classics (Seminar V)
Chinese Classics (Seminar V)
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer LIN Xiaoguang
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2554M
Course Code: 19053101
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Wed2
Ito Classroom
M科目 (中国語, 中国語)
Course Overview •This course aims to familiarize students with the source materials available for the study of ancient Chinese literature.
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (19:36)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Chinese Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Classics (Seminar VI)
Chinese Classics (Seminar VI)
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer LIN Xiaoguang
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2554M
Course Code: 19051607
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon2
Ito Classroom
M科目 (中国語, 中国語)
Course Overview •This course aims to familiarize students with the source materials available for the study of ancient Chinese literature.
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (19:37)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Chinese Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Literary Criticism (Seminar V)
Chinese Literary Criticism (Seminar V)
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer LIN Xiaoguang
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3554M
Course Code: 19051304
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri4
Ito Classroom
M科目 (中国語, 日本語)
Course Overview •This course aims to familiarize students with the source materials available for the study of ancient Chinese literature.
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (19:47)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
Chinese Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese Literary Criticism (Seminar VI)
Chinese Literary Criticism (Seminar VI)
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer LIN Xiaoguang
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3554M
Course Code: 19051802
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon4
Ito Classroom
M科目 (中国語, 日本語)
Course Overview •This course aims to familiarize students with the source materials available for the study of ancient Chinese literature.
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (19:47)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese (Elementary) I
Chinese (Elementary) I
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Saga University NAKAO Yukari
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2051J
Course Code: 19052208
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 中国語)
Course Overview Basic study of Chinese conversation.
Last updated : 2019/1/31 (16:33)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese (Elementary) II
Chinese (Elementary) II
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Saga University NAKAO Yukari
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2052J
Course Code: 19052710
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 中国語)
Course Overview Basic study of Chinese conversation.
Last updated : 2019/1/31 (16:35)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese I
Chinese I
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Saga University NAKAO Yukari
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2055J
Course Code: 19052309
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 中国語)
Course Overview Basic study of Chinese reading.
Last updated : 2019/1/31 (16:38)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Chinese II
Chinese II
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Saga University NAKAO Yukari
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2056J
Course Code: 19052807
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, 中国語)
Course Overview Basic study of Chinese reading.
Last updated : 2019/1/31 (16:40)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English Linguistics (Lecture I)
English Linguistics (Lecture I)
Sub Title 
Professor NISHIOKA Nobuaki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2560J
Course Code: 19052209
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course examines English grammar that students learned in high school in light of generative grammar, a linguistic theory of human language, and deepen the understanding of the phenomena with the underlying rules/principles.
Last updated : 2019/3/13 (14:31)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English Linguistics (Lecture V)
English Linguistics (Lecture V)
Sub Title 
Professor, University of Tsukuba KAGA Nobuhiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3560J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The course considers English grammar from the viewpoints of generative syntax. The focus will be on analyzing some English constructions including resultatives, double objectives, locative inversions, on the basis of the standard verbal hierarchical structure and a new semantic role theory. The course also considers Japanese grammar and some Japanese constructions.
Last updated : 2019/2/9 (14:01)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English Linguistics (Seminar I)
English Linguistics (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Professor NISHIOKA Nobuaki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2564J
Course Code: 19052605
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course deals with polarity items in English and Japanese and learn ways of analyses, considering how these notions are reflected in some grammatical phenomena.
Last updated : 2019/3/14 (15:31)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English Linguistics (Seminar IV)
English Linguistics (Seminar IV)
Sub Title 
Professor NISHIOKA Nobuaki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2567J
Course Code: 19055207
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course focuses on the functional approach to syntactic phenomena in English and Japanese and increases students' understanding of the phenomena as well as the way of thinking.
Last updated : 2019/5/29 (13:34)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English Linguistics (Seminar VII)
English Linguistics (Seminar VII)
Sub Title  English Phonology
外国人教師 Edmundo Cruz LUNA
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3566E
Course Code: 19052103
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue2
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E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview In this course, we will focus on the *phonology* of English - that is, how the sounds of English are organized as a cohesive part of the grammar of English. We will review the sounds of English, how they are classified as individual segments and larger units of organization, and the types of sound changes that not only occur in English, but in human languages in general. We will consider the articulation, reception and transcription of individual sounds in the International Phonetics Alphabet (IPA). We will also look at morphophonemic changes (sound changes across morphemes) seen in English and elsewhere.
Last updated : 2019/3/9 (10:12)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English Linguistics (Seminar VIII)
English Linguistics (Seminar VIII)
Sub Title  Intercultural Communication in the United States
外国人教師 Edmundo Cruz LUNA
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3567E
Course Code: 19053202
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Wed3
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E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview As the world increasingly relies on English as a de facto international lingua franca, many speakers assume that this would simplify most communicative burdens. However, sharing a common language is only one component in successful communication - speakers must also realize communicative differences that are due to differing cultural backgrounds and assumptions. This course will introduce students to the field of intercultural communication - and expose students to the benefits of looking at English communication through this perspective, as well as the consequences of avoiding this aspect of communication, especially within the American context. Students will have opportunities to collect and analyze data to see whether they notice differences in communicative styles.
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (10:02)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English Linguistics (Seminar IX)
English Linguistics (Seminar IX)
Sub Title  Introduction to morphology and morphosyntax
外国人教師 Edmundo Cruz LUNA
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4564E
Course Code: 19052605
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue2
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E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview This course is designed to introduce linguistic students to the subfield of morphology and morphosyntax, i.e., the internal formation of words and their interactions with phonological rules. We will discuss topics such as allomorphy, affixation, cliticization, inflectional vs. derivational morphology, and so on.

We will discuss the following issues:

- What exactly is a "word"? Does this concept firmly hold across languages?

- Are there atomic units which are built up into hierarchical structures in words?

- Where does morphology live in a language's "grammar"?
Last updated : 2019/5/8 (21:54)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English Linguistics (Seminar X)
English Linguistics (Seminar X)
Sub Title 
Professor NISHIOKA Nobuaki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4565J
Course Code: 19055706
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course introduces the basic notions and principles of generative grammar and learn how they are used in light of examples.
Last updated : 2019/3/13 (14:40)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English Conversation I
English Conversation I
Sub Title  English Conversation 1
外国人教師 Edmundo Cruz LUNA
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2591E
Course Code: 19052405
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue5
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview This course is designed to help you, the student, to further develop your conversational skills, especially as students of English as a Foreign Language. The conversational skills that will be taught and (hopefully) acquired will help you in whatever endeavor you decide to pursue in the English-speaking world. Thus, this course is designed to help you develop your language skills as well as your speaking skills. We will be covering the following topics: how to ensure that you are speaking with clarity and reasonable grammar, how to effectively tackle the difficulties of presenting in front of a group of people, how to use English idioms appropriately, how to distinguish between spoken and written language, and how to use all your acquired skills to speak with native speakers of English with confidence!
Last updated : 2019/3/5 (17:05)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English Conversation I
English Conversation I
Sub Title  Conversation
外国人教師 Ted CLONTZ
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2591E
Course Code: 19052406
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue5
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E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview This will be a learner centered course geared to maximizing the student's opportunity for the use of spoken English. Class activities will cover a range of verbal activities ranging from one-on-one conversations to reports to the class, to question and answer. The course seeks to enhance the student's comfort level with spoken English and to increase spontaneity.
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (14:33)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English Conversation II
English Conversation II
Sub Title  Conversation
外国人教師 Ted CLONTZ
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3591E
Course Code: 19053901
2019 FallTerm
weekly Wed5
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E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview This will be a continuation of Conversation I.
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (15:19)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English Conversation II
English Conversation II
Sub Title  English Conversation 2
外国人教師 Edmundo Cruz LUNA
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3591E
Course Code: 19053902
2019 FallTerm
weekly Wed5
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview This course is designed to help you, the student, to further develop your conversational skills, especially as students of English as a Foreign Language. The conversational skills that will be taught and (hopefully) acquired will help you in whatever endeavor you decide to pursue in the English-speaking world. Thus, this course is designed to help you develop your language skills as well as your speaking skills. This course is meant to be a continuation of English Conversation 1, and the ultimate goal here is to have you be able to clearly argue and discuss various perspectives of a particular social and/or cultural issue in English.
Last updated : 2019/8/27 (10:00)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English Composition I
English Composition I
Sub Title  Rhetoric
Visiting Lecturer Ted CLONTZ
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2592E
Course Code: 19051404
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon5
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E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview The object of this course will be to improve the student's writing in English in language usage, structure and style. Students will receive feedback from the professor and each other on the quality of their writing.
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (14:41)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English Composition II
English Composition II
Sub Title  English Composition 2
外国人教師 Edmundo Cruz LUNA
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3592E
Course Code: 19054902
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu5
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview This course is specially designed for advanced students of English composition, where the focus will be on higher-level skills pertaining to academic writing - as well as reading. In this course, you will learn how to formulate and develop a thesis; to develop structurally- and rhetorically-sound essays in a short period; to use various logical and rhetorical strategies in order to enhance written arguments; as well as how to use higher-level written idiomatic language prevalent in academic writing.
Last updated : 2019/10/1 (10:10)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English Literature (Lecture I)
English Literature (Lecture I)
Sub Title 
Professor UKAI Nobumitsu
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2570J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri2
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview We will study Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights, focusing on about 30 pages of the novel every week, and thus reading through the entire novel by the end of the semester.
Last updated : 2019/4/11 (16:31)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English Literature (Lecture VI)
English Literature (Lecture VI)
Sub Title 
Professor, Tokyo University NAKAO Masami
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4571J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
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E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course aims to offer students a chance to encounter the rich world of contemporary poetry in English. Class time will be used, first, to read and closely examine the texts, and then, to discuss and analyze them. Through this process, students are encouraged to think critically about the issues the world faces today and the role/meaning of literature in them.
Last updated : 2019/3/25 (14:41)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English Literature (Seminar I)
English Literature (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Professor UKAI Nobumitsu
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2572J
Course Code: 19054308
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview We will study Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, focusing on about 20 pages of the novel every week, and thus reading through the entire novel by the end of the semester.
Last updated : 2019/4/11 (16:30)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English Literature (Seminar II)
English Literature (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Professor UKAI Nobumitsu
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2573J
Course Code: 19055106
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri2
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview We will study Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray, focusing on about 15 pages of the novel every week, and thus reading through the entire novel by the end of the semester.
Last updated : 2019/4/11 (16:29)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English Literature (Seminar III)
English Literature (Seminar III)
Sub Title 
Professor UKAI Nobumitsu
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2574J
Course Code: 19054808
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview We will study Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels, focusing on about 20 pages of the novel every week, and thus reading through the entire novel by the end of the semester.
Last updated : 2019/10/10 (17:37)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
American Literature (Lecture II)
American Literature (Lecture II)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor TAKANO Yasushi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2582J
Course Code: 19054212
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course examines the narrative discourse of fiction and film.
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (16:39)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
American Literature (Lecture V)
American Literature (Lecture V)
Sub Title 
Professor, Rikkyo University ZETTSU Tomoyuki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4581J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The aim of this course is for students to understand the relationship between American popular culture and critical theory. Lectures will be given on a variety of classic Disney films, with special emphasis on Dumbo. Also, the course will explore the ways in which Disney’s multicultural awareness provides a powerful commentary on American society. Students will be required to write a short response paper on the lectures every day during the four-day intensive course.
Last updated : 2019/8/14 (20:39)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
American Literature (Seminar II)
American Literature (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor TAKANO Yasushi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2584J
Course Code: 19051207
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course discusses Sherwood Anderson.
Last updated : 2019/3/11 (14:07)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
American Literature (Seminar III)
American Literature (Seminar III)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor TAKANO Yasushi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2585J
Course Code: 19051706
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course discusses Ambrose Bierce.
Last updated : 2019/7/26 (16:52)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
American Literature (Seminar VII)
American Literature (Seminar VII)
Sub Title  American Literature
外国人教師 Ted CLONTZ
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3583E
Course Code: 19053301
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Wed4
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview This year marks the 100th anniversary of J.D. Salinger's birth. In honor of that, we will be reading Catcher in the Rye. We will be looking at the controversy surrounding it''s initial release, the cultural context and the book as literature, what its standing is today.
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (14:31)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
American Literature (Seminar IX)
American Literature (Seminar IX)
Sub Title  American Literature
外国人教師 Ted CLONTZ
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3585E
Course Code: 19052808
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview Although this is subject to change, we will most likely be reading Stephen Crane's Red Badge of Courage. We will be looking at the style and psychological aspects of this work
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (15:36)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
American Literature (Seminar XI)
American Literature (Seminar XI)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor TAKANO Yasushi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3587J
Course Code: 19054712
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course discusses Frank Norris's McTeague.
Last updated : 2019/3/10 (18:19)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
American Literature (Seminar XIII)
American Literature (Seminar XIII)
Sub Title  American Literature, The Awakening
外国人教師 Ted CLONTZ
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4583E
Course Code: 19052310
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview For this class we will read Kate Chopin’s classic novel from 1899. This era marks the beginning of a shift in American literature, and Chopin was one of the forerunners of this change. Due controversy surrounding it, it almost disappeared from view before it was revived post-WWII. We will look at concepts of realism and local color. We will also examine the social context around the novel and the burgeoning consciousness.
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (14:48)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
English Linguistics & Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
British/ American Studies
British/ American Studies
Sub Title  American culture
外国人教師 Ted CLONTZ
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3593E
Course Code: 19052903
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue5
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview In this class we will be reading from Tim O'Brien's The Things They Carried and looking at the Vietnam War. We will examine the circumstances and reactions to it, its place in American culture.
Last updated : 2019/8/9 (13:20)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English I
English I
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor, University of Occupational and Environmental Health SHIMOKARIYA
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2031J
Course Code: 19055000/19055107
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri1:Fri2
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview (This class aims to improve students' listening, reading, and writing skills in English with the textbook with DVD.
The textbook of this class is 'CBS NewsBreak 4 (SEIBIDO),' which contains the visual materials from 'CBS Evening News' and 'CBS This Morning.' Students can improve their listening, reading, and writing skills through viewing attached DVD as well as writing exercise. This textbook contains various topics including cultures, people, wildlife, and so forth. Students can also develop their thougts against the topics listed above through learning English.
This class will include following activities: 1) preview of the textbook and news articles, 2) submission of the English composition, 3) working on the exercises (reading and listening), 4) translation into Japanese.)
Last updated : 2019/2/27 (15:03)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English II
English II
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor, University of Occupational and Environmental Health SHIMOKARIYA
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2032J
Course Code: 19055500/19055607
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri1:Fri2
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This class aims to improve students' listening, reading, and writing skills in English with the textbook with DVD.
The textbook of this class is 'Inside Science (Kinseido),' which contains the visual materials from Inside Science, a reliable online news site. Students can improve their listening, reading, and writing skills through viewing attached DVD as well as writing exercise. This textbook contains various topics related to universe, astronomy, meteorology, artificial intelligence and so forth. Students can also develop their thinking against the topics listed above through learning English.
This class will include following activities: 1) preview of the textbook and news articles, 2) submission of the English composition, 3) working on the exercises (reading and listening), 4) translation into Japanese.
Last updated : 2019/2/27 (15:05)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English V
English V
Sub Title  Critical Reading of English Essays
外国人教師 Edmundo Cruz LUNA
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4031E
Course Code: 19051305
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon4
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview This course is specially designed for advanced students of English essay reading and writing, where the focus will be on higher-level skills pertaining to academic writing and reading. In this course, you will learn how to formulate and develop a thesis; to develop structurally- and rhetorically-sound essays in a short period; to use various logical and rhetorical strategies in order to enhance written arguments; as well as how to use higher-level written idiomatic language prevalent in academic writing.
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (10:56)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
English VI
English VI
Sub Title  Reading Comprehension.
外国人教師 Ted CLONTZ
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4032E
Course Code: 19051803
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon4
Ito Classroom
E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview In this course, we will be reading and responding to essays. We will use some simple rhetorical terms to do so. There will be short written assignments, comprehension exercises, small group and pair work.
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (15:32)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
German Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German Language (Lecture I)
German Language (Lecture I)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor TAKEDA Toshikatsu
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2611J
Course Code: 19055208
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, German)
Course Overview •This course involves reading practice in German.
Last updated : 2019/3/31 (16:00)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
German Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German Language (Seminar V)
German Language (Seminar V)
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer Maria BUETTNER
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3615J
Course Code: 19052210
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
M科目 (German, German)
Course Overview Im Seminar Deutsch 2 werden die bereits erworbenen Kenntnisse vertieft und die wichtigsten grammatikalischen Regeln erlernt
Last updated : 2019/2/19 (11:14)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
German Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German Language (Seminar VI)
German Language (Seminar VI)
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer Maria BUETTNER
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3616J
Course Code: 19054213
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
M科目 (German, German)
Course Overview Lese- und Übersetzungsübungen
Last updated : 2019/2/19 (11:34)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
German Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German Language (Seminar VII)
German Language (Seminar VII)
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer Maria BUETTNER
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4611M
Course Code: 19052712
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
M科目 (German, German)
Course Overview Weiterführung Deutsch 2
Last updated : 2019/2/19 (11:29)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
German Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German Language (Seminar VIII)
German Language (Seminar VIII)
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer Maria BUETTNER
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4612M
Course Code: 19054713
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
M科目 (German, German)
Course Overview Lese- und Übersetzungsübungen
Last updated : 2019/2/19 (11:35)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
German Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German Conversation I
German Conversation I
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer Maria BUETTNER
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2621M
Course Code: 19054107
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu2
Ito Classroom
M科目 (German, German)
Course Overview Grammatik und Grundwortschatz, Kommunikation
Last updated : 2019/2/19 (11:39)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
German Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German Conversation II
German Conversation II
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer Maria BUETTNER
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2622M
Course Code: 19054608
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu2
Ito Classroom
M科目 (German, German)
Course Overview Grammatik und Grundwortschatz, Kommunikation
Last updated : 2019/2/19 (11:42)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
German Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German Composition I
German Composition I
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer Maria BUETTNER
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3621M
Course Code: 19055108
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri2
Ito Classroom
M科目 (German, German)
Course Overview Lesen, kontextualisieren und interpretieren deutschsprachiger Lyrik
Last updated : 2019/2/19 (11:45)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
German Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German Literature (Lecture V)
German Literature (Lecture V)
Sub Title 
Professor OGURO Yasumasa
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3630J
Course Code: 19056012
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue2
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, German)
Course Overview This lecture focuses on nature in German literature./ Diese Vorlesung konzentriert sich auf die Natur in der deutschen Literatur.
Last updated : 2019/4/7 (21:58)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
German Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German Literature (Lecture VI)
German Literature (Lecture VI)
Sub Title 
Professor OGURO Yasumasa
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3631J
Course Code: 19052606
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue2
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, German)
Course Overview Die Vorlesung beschäftigt sich mit der "Technik" in der modernen deutschen Literatur. / The lecture deals with the "technique" in modern German literature.
Last updated : 2019/10/3 (10:57)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
German Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German Literature (Lecture VII)
German Literature (Lecture VII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor TAKEDA Toshikatsu
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3632J
Course Code: 19054809
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu4
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview •This lecture course focuses on Goethe's Faust.
Last updated : 2019/9/22 (22:48)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
German Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German Literature (Lecture XI)
German Literature (Lecture XI)
Sub Title 
Professor, Kagoshima University TAKEOKA Kenichi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4630J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The book club is a book sales organization with a membership system. It developed widely in Europe and America since the end of 19th century. In this course, we look at the book clubs in Germany, consider its social role and its relation to nationalism.
 In the first half, we research the development of the book club in Germany from the end of the 19th century to the 1980s and discuss its contributing significantly to the “democratization of reading”. In the second half, we focus on the nationalistic book club “The German home library” and argue the relationship between the increasing closeness of the new middle-class to the Nazism and the book clubs in Germany after the First World War.
Last updated : 2019/2/18 (07:41)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
German Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German Literature (Lecture XII)
German Literature (Lecture XII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Daito Bunka University ARAMATA Yusuke
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4631J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
intensive
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M/J科目 (日本語, German)
Course Overview This lecture course focuses on selected works by the authors of the Viennese Modernism in order to provide an overview of the basic perspectives and concepts of the literary scene in the capital of the Habsburg monarchy and its reception after the First World War.
Last updated : 2019/2/28 (11:12)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
German Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German Literature (Seminar I)
German Literature (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Professor OGURO Yasumasa
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2635J
Course Code: 19052311
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, German)
Course Overview Proseminar über Friedrich de la Motte Fouqués „Die Geschichten vom Kaiser Julianus und seinen Rittern“
Last updated : 2019/4/5 (14:57)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
German Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German Literature (Seminar II)
German Literature (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Professor OGURO Yasumasa
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2636J
Course Code: 19052809
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, German)
Course Overview Proseminar über Friedrich de la Motte Fouqués „Die Geschichten vom Kaiser Julianus und seinen Rittern“
Last updated : 2019/4/5 (14:57)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
German Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German Literature (Seminar VIII)
German Literature (Seminar VIII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor TAKEDA Toshikatsu
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3639J
Course Code: 19055707
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, German)
Course Overview •This seminar course introduces the most influential text of the german romantic, Gespräch über die Poesie.
Last updated : 2019/9/22 (21:45)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
German Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German Literature (Seminar XIII)
German Literature (Seminar XIII)
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer Maria BUETTNER
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4638J
Course Code: 19055608
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri2
Ito Classroom
M科目 (German, German)
Course Overview Lesen, kontextualisieren und interpretieren deutschsprachiger Lyrik
Last updated : 2019/2/19 (11:48)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German (Elementary) I
German (Elementary) I
Sub Title 
None HIDAKA Masahiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2041J
Course Code: 19052312
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, German)
Course Overview Basic grammar of German.
Last updated : 2019/2/19 (13:51)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German (Elementary) II
German (Elementary) II
Sub Title 
None HIDAKA Masahiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2042J
Course Code: 19052810
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, German)
Course Overview Basic grammar of German.
Last updated : 2019/2/19 (13:35)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German I
German I
Sub Title 
None HIDAKA Masahiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2045J
Course Code: 19052407
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue5
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, German)
Course Overview Reading of German. 
Last updated : 2019/2/26 (10:41)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
German II
German II
Sub Title 
None HIDAKA Masahiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2046J
Course Code: 19052904
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue5
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, German)
Course Overview Reading of German. 
Last updated : 2019/2/23 (18:02)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
French Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
French Language (Lecture I)
French Language (Lecture I)
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer Charlene CLONTS
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3641M
Course Code: 19053203
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Wed3
Ito Classroom
M科目 (French, French)
Course Overview In-between cultures: who am I? Students will have to deepen their knowledge of French language and culture studies through the study of the topic “France and French-speaking world”. We will talk about the mixed-communities and how it takes part and enriches the multicultural French culture, as well as the post-colonial (francophonie) territories and immigrants (ex-Indochine, Québec, Afrique noire, Maghreb…). We shall discuss the term of “francophonie”, the questions that it raises in France and in the world, but also the political and social issues. At last, we’ll move forward to the world-literature. The main focus shall be on speaking, listening comprehension, reading comprehension and writing.
Last updated : 2019/3/8 (15:33)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
French Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
French Language (Seminar I)
French Language (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer Charlene CLONTS
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3644M
Course Code: 19053804
2019 FallTerm
weekly Wed4
Ito Classroom
M科目 (French, French)
Course Overview D’art d’art: an introduction to French art and literary history. This class will allow students to study the main artistic and literary movements in French art history, from the 16th century to nowadays. The focus will be on developing listening, writing, reading and speaking skills.
Last updated : 2019/3/8 (14:58)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
French Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
French Conversation I
French Conversation I
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer Charlene CLONTS
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2641M
Course Code: 19051208
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito Classroom
M科目 (French, French)
Course Overview Starting with the analysis of a French movie, students will have to deepen their knowledge of the French language and culture studies through different thematic studies such as “Education in France”, “Society and cinema” etc. The focus will be on developing listening, writing, reading and speaking skills.
Last updated : 2019/3/8 (15:07)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
French Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
French Composition I
French Composition I
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer Charlene CLONTS
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2643M
Course Code: 19051707
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito Classroom
M科目 (French, French)
Course Overview Continuing from the first semester, in language and cultural studies through cinema, the following step is to enrich the students’ knowledge through a series of different topics in relation to everyday life, such as “French Institutions”, “French students”, “Europe”, “French History” etc. The focus will be on developing listening, writing, reading and speaking skills.
Last updated : 2019/3/8 (15:08)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
French Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
French Literature (Lecture I)
French Literature (Lecture I)
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer Charlene CLONTS
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2661J
Course Code: 19054214
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
M科目 (French, French)
Course Overview Poetics of Saturn in Apollinaire’s Alcools. The focus will be on Guillaume Apollinaire’s work in a specific context – social, literary etc. – and also on how his work contributes to the development and the evolution of the French poetry. Moreover, the class will focus on extracts from Alcools in order to show its modernity, both from a stylistic and a thematic point of view.
Last updated : 2019/3/8 (15:03)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
French Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
French Literature (Lecture II)
French Literature (Lecture II)
Sub Title 
Visiting Lecturer Charlene CLONTS
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2662J
Course Code: 19054714
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
M科目 (French, French)
Course Overview On the steps of travelling writers. This class will focus on a specific writing created by the wanderer or the traveler artist. Travel narratives are now known to have great literary value; the form of travel log brings forth different means of expression. We shall work on Sylvain Tesson’s texts and film. It will allow us to deepen our knowledge on the travel narratives and themes through other works (poetry, novel, theater).
Last updated : 2019/3/8 (15:06)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
French Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
French Literature (Lecture X)
French Literature (Lecture X)
Sub Title 
Professor, Osaka University YAMAJO Hirotsugu
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3666J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
intensive
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M/J科目 (日本語, French)
Course Overview The purpose of this course is to study the main themes of Pascal's “Pensées” ― the dignity of man, divertissement, faith and custom, the three orders or the bet ― based on the original text. We will also be interested in Montaigne’s “Essais”, which inspired Pascal a lot. Volunteer participants are invited to make a presentation in the class.
Last updated : 2019/2/16 (11:18)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
French Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
French Literature (Lecture XI)
French Literature (Lecture XI)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Faculty of International Studies of Culture, Kyushu Sangyo University FUJITA Hisashi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3667J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
intensive
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Course Overview
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School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
French Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
French Literature (Seminar I)
French Literature (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Professor TAKAKI Nobuhiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2651J
Course Code: 19055306
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, French)
Course Overview Class time will be used to peruse french text, including student presentations.
Last updated : 2019/4/8 (11:11)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
French Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
French Literature (Seminar II)
French Literature (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Professor TAKAKI Nobuhiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2652J
Course Code: 19055808
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, French)
Course Overview Class time will be used to peruse french text, including student presentations.
Last updated : 2019/4/8 (11:12)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
French Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
French Literature (Seminar XIII)
French Literature (Seminar XIII)
Sub Title 
None KINOSHITA Motochika
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3653J
Course Code: 19053102
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Wed2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course is designed to introduce life and literary activity of Louis-Ferdinand Celine. Students will be required to read and discuss French excerpts from his novels.
Last updated : 2019/2/27 (17:24)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
French Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
French Literature (Seminar XIV)
French Literature (Seminar XIV)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Faculty of International Studies of Culture, Kyushu Sangyo University FUJITA Hisashi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3654J
Course Code: 19052408
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course focuses on some master pieces of French literature (especially in 18th century) in order to provide an overview of the basic perspectives and concepts of love, sexuality and family in modern European culture.
Last updated : 2019/4/3 (23:21)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
French Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
French Literature (Seminar XVII)
French Literature (Seminar XVII)
Sub Title 
Professor TAKAKI Nobuhiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3657J
Course Code: 19051306
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, French)
Course Overview This seminar course introduces an interesting french novel of the Nineteenth century. Class time will be used to peruse french text, including student presentations.
Last updated : 2019/4/8 (11:13)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
French Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
French Literature (Seminar XVIII)
French Literature (Seminar XVIII)
Sub Title 
Professor TAKAKI Nobuhiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3658J
Course Code: 19052713
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, French)
Course Overview This seminar course introduces an interesting french novel of the Nineteenth century. Class time will be used to peruse french text, including student presentations.
Last updated : 2019/4/8 (11:13)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Literature Course
French Literature Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
French Studies
French Studies
Sub Title 
None KINOSHITA Motochika
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2660J
Course Code: 19053700
2019 FallTerm
weekly Wed3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture covers some of the important works by French writers after World War II. Features of its literary situation will be examined.
Last updated : 2019/2/27 (17:34)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
French (Elementary) I
French (Elementary) I
Sub Title 
None REN Chunjiang
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2043J
Course Code: 19053204
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Wed3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course involves reading and translating practice in French.
Students will learn the basic grammar of French. Readings will focus on aspects of culture in the France, and Paris.
Last updated : 2019/3/10 (22:30)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
French (Elementary) II
French (Elementary) II
Sub Title 
None REN Chunjiang
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2044J
Course Code: 19053701
2019 FallTerm
weekly Wed3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course involves reading and translating practice in French.
Students will learn the basic grammar of French. Readings will focus on aspects of culture in the France, and Paris.
Last updated : 2019/3/10 (22:33)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
French I
French I
Sub Title 
None REN Chunjiang
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2047J
Course Code: 19053302
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Wed4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course involves reading and translating practice in French.
Students will learn the basic grammar of French. Readings will focus on aspects of culture in the France, and Paris.
Last updated : 2019/3/10 (22:38)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
French II
French II
Sub Title 
None REN Chunjiang
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2048J
Course Code: 19053805
2019 FallTerm
weekly Wed4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course involves reading and translating practice in French.
Students will learn the basic grammar of French. Readings will focus on aspects of culture in the France, and Paris.
Last updated : 2019/3/10 (22:43)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Linguistics & Applied Linguistics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Lecture II)
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Lecture II)
Sub Title 
Professor UEYAMA Ayumi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2712J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course offers the basic knowledge of Japanese Grammar and syntactic research in general. Students are required to substantiate the content of the textbook in terms of concrete examples they gather from the actual linguistic interaction.
Last updated : 2019/9/8 (00:49)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Linguistics & Applied Linguistics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Lecture III)
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Lecture III)
Sub Title 
Professor KUBO Tomoyuki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2713J
Course Code: 19052714
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course is an intermediate course of phonetics and phonology; describing how speech sounds (vowels and consonants) are made, and transcribing speech sounds using IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet). The language we will try to describe is an exotic language for us Japanese. On the basis of above-mentioned phonetic description, phonological analyses will be made.
Last updated : 2019/10/11 (01:14)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Linguistics & Applied Linguistics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Lecture IV)
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Lecture IV)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor SHIMOJI Michinori
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2714J
Course Code: 19054400
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview GDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
Last updated : 2019/9/11 (14:44)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Linguistics & Applied Linguistics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Lecture V)
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Lecture V)
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor OHTA Shinri
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2715J
Course Code: 19051108
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon2:Fri2
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview Language is one of the most remarkable human-specific abilities. The biological basis of human language has been studied through linguistic, neuroscientific, and psychological research. In this class, students will study previous research using psychological and neuroscientific experiments.
Last updated : 2019/2/28 (16:12)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Linguistics & Applied Linguistics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Lecture XVI)
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Lecture XVI)
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor, Tokyo University KOBAYASHI Masato
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2726J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course aims at learning the basic ideas of historical-comparative linguistics, such as the regularity hypothesis, lexical diffusion and variation theory, through lecture and solving problem sets. Students learn how to identify and analyze phonological, morphological and syntactic changes in the history of world's languages.
Last updated : 2019/5/25 (21:19)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Linguistics & Applied Linguistics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Lecture XVII)
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Lecture XVII)
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor, Komazawa University HIRAKO Tatsuya
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2727J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview
Last updated : 2019/5/14 (21:16)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Linguistics & Applied Linguistics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Seminar II)
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Professor UEYAMA Ayumi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3712J
Course Code: 19054215
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The aim of this class is to create an annotation guideline with respect to an assigned functional word in Japanese. Students will have a chance to familiarize themselves to work cooperatively on the Balanced Corpus of Contemporary Written Japanese (BCCWJ)in order to check if their proposed guideline is sufficiently adequate.
Last updated : 2019/8/14 (02:03)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Linguistics & Applied Linguistics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Seminar III)
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Seminar III)
Sub Title 
Professor KUBO Tomoyuki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3713J
Course Code: 19052313
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course is an introductory course of articulatory phonetics,; describing how speech sounds (vowels and consonants) are made, and transcribing speech sounds of Japanese using IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet).
Last updated : 2019/9/28 (03:20)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Linguistics & Applied Linguistics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Seminar IV)
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Seminar IV)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor SHIMOJI Michinori
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3714J
Course Code: 19054903
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This class focuses on field methods and their applications to the actual linguistic fieldwork.
Last updated : 2019/9/11 (14:47) 〔授業内容の変更などがありうる〕

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Linguistics & Applied Linguistics Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Seminar V)
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Seminar V)
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor OHTA Shinri
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3715J
Course Code: 19055609
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue2:Fri2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this course, the students will learn how to run psycho/neurolinguistic experiments with EEG, eyetracker, etc. This course also aims to familiarize students with statistical methods used in linguistics. We use R (https://cran.ism.ac.jp/) and RStudio software.
Last updated : 2019/2/28 (18:24)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Linguistics & Applied Linguistics Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Thesis Writing, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Practice I)
Thesis Writing, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Practice I)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor SHIMOJI Michinori
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4711J
Course Code: 19053702
2019 FallTerm
biweekly Wed3:Wed4
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Course Overview
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School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Linguistics & Applied Linguistics Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Thesis Writing, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Practice I)
Thesis Writing, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Practice I)
Sub Title 
Professor UEYAMA Ayumi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4711J
Course Code: 19053903
2019 FallTerm
weekly Wed5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Under the advisor's supervising, students will learn advanced methodologies, use additional source materials, and further develop scholarly writing skills related to their own themes.
Last updated : 2019/3/10 (00:04)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Linguistics & Applied Linguistics Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Thesis Writing, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Practice I)
Thesis Writing, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Practice I)
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor OHTA Shinri
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4711J
Course Code: 19053703
2019 FallTerm
biweekly Wed3:Wed4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The students will make an experiment design to test linguistic hypotheses, and run their experiment for verifying the hypotheses.
Last updated : 2019/2/28 (18:32)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Linguistics & Applied Linguistics Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Thesis Writing, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Practice I)
Thesis Writing, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Practice I)
Sub Title 
Professor KUBO Tomoyuki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4711J
Course Code: 19053704
2019 FallTerm
biweekly Wed3:Wed4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Class time will be used to revise a paper.
Last updated : 2019/9/27 (08:13)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Linguistics & Applied Linguistics Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Thesis Writing, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Practice II)
Thesis Writing, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Practice II)
Sub Title 
Professor KUBO Tomoyuki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4712J
Course Code: 19053205
2019 SpringTerm
biweekly Wed3:Wed4
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Class time will be used to revise a paper.
Last updated : 2019/9/27 (08:16)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Linguistics & Applied Linguistics Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Thesis Writing, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Practice II)
Thesis Writing, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Practice II)
Sub Title 
Professor UEYAMA Ayumi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4712J
Course Code: 19053401
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Wed5
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Under the advisor's supervising, students will learn advanced methodologies, use additional source materials, and further develop scholarly writing skills related to their own themes.
Last updated : 2019/3/10 (00:05)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Linguistics & Applied Linguistics Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Thesis Writing, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Practice II)
Thesis Writing, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Practice II)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor SHIMOJI Michinori
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4712J
Course Code: 19053206
2019 SpringTerm
biweekly Wed3:Wed4
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Course Overview
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School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Linguistics & Applied Linguistics Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Thesis Writing, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Practice II)
Thesis Writing, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (Practice II)
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor OHTA Shinri
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4712J
Course Code: 19053207
2019 SpringTerm
biweekly Wed3:Wed4
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The students will make an experiment design to test linguistic hypotheses, and run their experiment for verifying the hypotheses.
Last updated : 2019/2/28 (18:04)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Introduction to Linguistics
Introduction to Linguistics
Sub Title 
Associate Professor SHIMOJI Michinori
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2702J
Course Code: 19051307
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon4
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview As a sub-discipline of humanities, linguistics seeks to uncover human nature by focusing on language. It tries to answer the fundamental question of what constitute grammar as it is internalized in all human beings and how it is related to the grammar of each individual language. It also explores the relationship between language and its speakers who use it. These questions must be addressed by dealing with empirical data from diverse languages upon which linguistic theories are based. This class examines some of such fundamental questions and different approaches of linguistics whereby students will be able to have a basic understanding of linguistics and have a further interest in this field of study.
Last updated : 2019/5/25 (17:06)

School of Letters Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School: 国際コースの学生諸君の選択必修科目であるが、国際コース以外の文学部や他学部の学生諸君も受講可能。Elective [compulsory subject] for Kokusai-course students. Other undergraduate students can also attend.


Sub Title  Introduction to Japanese Literature and Languages II
Professor Tomoyuki KUBO
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri5
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E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview In this course we will mainly investigate the following questions:
(i)What kind of languages are spoken in Japan?
(ii)What kind of linguistic properties do they have?
(iii)What are the characteristics of the Fukuoka dialect?

Textbook:
Shibatani, Masayoshi (1990) The languages of Japan. Cambridge University Press.

This textbook contains three chapters on the Ainu language and nine chapters on the Japanese language. Each language will be described from the view points of sound structure, word formation, and grammatical structure. Based on the description of the text, we will develop our own views on the languages of this country.

Depending on their interests, students are required to read a part of the text or other meterials and make presentations on the content.
Last updated : 2019/10/8 (02:08)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Psychology
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor YAMAMOTO Kentaro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2703J
Course Code: 19052314
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue4
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course is designed for students to provide a basic understanding about human behavior, mental process and culture. The learning objectives of this course are as follows, first, to expand understanding of human mind and cultural diversity by covering a wide range of topics and common interests, second, to put new knowledge about human behavior to practical use in the student’s own life.
Last updated : 2019/3/29 (12:40)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Psychology (Seminar I)
Psychology (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor MITSUDOO Hiroyuki
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19052105
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue2
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this course, students will learn how to make C-language programs for perceptual and cognitive psychology experiments.
Last updated : 2019/3/11 (16:07)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Psychology (Seminar II)
Psychology (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor YAMAMOTO Kentaro
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19052211
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The purpose of this course is to introduce students to research methods in experimental psychology. The course consists of lectures and practice. Students are required to present their own experimental design and to discuss about it together.
Last updated : 2019/3/18 (18:31)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Psychology (Seminar III)
Psychology (Seminar III)
Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19051109
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course is about the development of the survey instrument, the questionnaire. Topics include basic psychometric theory, questionnaire design, data collection, and data analysis.
Last updated : 2019/3/28 (14:53)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19054309
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu4:Thu5
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course provides an introduction to research methods in psychology. The following topics will be emphasized: the role of scientific inquiry in psychology, research questions, ethics in research, writing in psychology, and research designs. Upon completion of the course, you should possess an understanding of the fundamental principles and procedures of psychological research.
Last updated : 2019/3/28 (16:30)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19075003
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course is designed to provide psychology-major undergraduates to get introductorily informed and equipped with the statistical package "HAD" which has been developed by researchers in the fields using statistics. Although the HAD provides all kinds of statistical modules, this course teaches basic but advanced (for undergraduates) techniques, so that you would be ready to deal with the data that you would need to deal with in the courses for "Psychological Experiment 2" and "Graduation Thesis." Although this course is not "required," it IS "highly recommended."
Last updated : 2019/4/10 (18:08)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19072053
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue2
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course deals with the basic concepts and principles of educational psychology, focusing on the motivation process and method.

Students will acquire the necessary knowledge and skills in order to understand the relationships between theory and practice of motivation.

The goal is to get a deeper understanding in distinct psycho-social tasks in educational situations from the perspective of Psychology.
Last updated : 2019/9/30 (17:01)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19054310
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu4:Thu5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The purpose of this course is to provide hands-on experience with the methods and techniques of psychology. In addition to completion of experiments, students will develop the skills to design an experiment, statistically analyze and interpret the results, and to present the findings in an APA-style written report.
Last updated : 2019/3/28 (14:55)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19054810
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu4:Thu5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The purpose of this course is to provide hands-on experience with the methods and techniques of psychology. In addition to completion of experiments, students will develop the skills to design an experiment, statistically analyze and interpret the results, and to present the findings in an APA-style written report.
Last updated : 2019/3/28 (14:56)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19054811
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu4:Thu5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The purpose of this course is to provide hands-on experience with the methods and techniques of psychology. In addition to completion of experiments, students will develop the skills to design an experiment, statistically analyze and interpret the results, and to present the findings in an APA-style written report.
Last updated : 2019/3/28 (14:57)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Experiments of Psychology, AdvancedT
Experiments of Psychology, AdvancedT
Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19051209
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course offers students the opportunity to study a topic of personal interest, working independently under the supervision of a faculty member.
Last updated : 2019/3/28 (14:59)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Experiments of Psychology, AdvancedU
Experiments of Psychology, AdvancedU
Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19051708
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course offers students the opportunity to study a topic of personal interest, working independently under the supervision of a faculty member.
Last updated : 2019/3/28 (15:00)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Associate Professor MITSUDOO Hiroyuki
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19051700
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course provides an overview of the basic theory of human visual perception and important concepts and ideas in perceptual and cognitive psychology.
Last updated : 2019/9/6 (15:43)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Assistant Professor YAMAMOTO Kentaro
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19052607
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the basic concepts and methods of perceptual and cognitive psychology. Particularly, the concepts will be explained in terms of human information processing.
Last updated : 2019/3/18 (18:35)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Assistant Professor, Shizuoka University ITAGUCHI Yoshihiro
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course examines the relations between the physiological systems and human "mind". Students will deepen the understanding of intact brain functions by reviewing neuropsychological symptoms that emarge when the brain is damaged.
Last updated : 2019/2/22 (07:37)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Associate Professor, School of Human and Social Sciences, Fukuoka Prefectural University MUGISHIMA Go
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19055610
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri2
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview To understand psychological phenomena including perception, cognition, learning, emotion and neuropsychological disorder, it is meaningful to study the relationship between the phenomena and the functions of the brain. In this lecture, the fundamentals of neuroscience are first introduced, then findings and theories in physiological psychology are elucidated.
Last updated : 2019/2/28 (18:36)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Fukuoka University OUE Wataru
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19054108
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu2
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course provides an overview of the basic theories, concepts, and terms regarding with forensic and criminal psychology to need for acquiring a licensed psychologist.
Last updated : 2019/2/18 (13:24)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19054108
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Psychological research typically involves the use of statistical methods. This course introduces the methods of quantitative inquiry that are most commonly used in psychology.research; topics include descriptive statistics, inferential statistics, multiple regression analysis, factor analysis, and analysis of variance.
Last updated : 2019/3/28 (15:01)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Learning and Development II
Learning and Development II
Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The concept of "motivation" has important role for understanding children's learning, development, and human well-being. How is motivation shaped and promoted? Also, in what circumstances and situations do motivation decline? This class will examine various theories about motivation, such as hierarchy of needs theory, causal attribution theory, and achievement goal theory, etc. We will discuss and learn about some basic concepts of motivation, and how motivation relate to interpersonal relationships and better school adaptation.
Last updated : 2019/9/30 (15:04)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Psychology of Teaching & Instructoin I
Psychology of Teaching & Instructoin I
Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19072010
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course deals with the basic concepts and principles of educational psychology, focusing on the instruction process and method.
Students will acquire the necessary knowledge and skills in order to understand the relationships between theory and practice of instruction.
Last updated : 2019/4/8 (00:48)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19074012
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Students who take this course will get lectured basic principles and methods
of developmental psychology as natural science, as well as current topics in this area.
This course will lead you to reconsider systems of mind that underlie your daily
experiences, communication, and lives in society, from natural scientific
perspectives.
Last updated : 2019/9/30 (15:19)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19072012
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Based on the information summarized in books or popular scientific journals, participants first find the original article of developmental psychology. Intensive report on each of the original article serves as the source for discussion.
Last updated : 2019/10/13 (16:05)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19074057
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This class will focus on designing developmental-psychological experiments targeting children and infants.
Last updated : 2019/10/13 (16:07)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19074020
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This class will review the psychological and physical development in infancy and childhood. Especially how infants and children see and understand the world around them will be focused on.
Last updated : 2019/4/10 (17:58)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19074064
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This class will focus on the development of communication behaviors and its underlying abilities during infancy and childhood. Participants will have to read recent papers, prepare a brief report on them, and give a presentation on them. Participants will design a new developmental study and discuss it.
Last updated : 2019/9/30 (18:39)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19071054
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This class will provide an overview of many of the important theories and topics that leadership study, including effective leadership, transformational leadership, servant leadership.
Last updated : 2019/4/8 (00:12)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19075006
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This class will provide an overview of many of the important theories and topics that organizational psychology study, including work motivation, career, leadership.
Last updated : 2019/4/10 (18:18)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19072056
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The class will be conducted largely through the case method or through the use of experiential exercises. In addition, participants will have to make a presentation of the topics of leadership that you have interest in.
Last updated : 2019/4/10 (18:50)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19072059
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this lecture, based on research findings of social psychology regarding interpersonal behaviors, I will explain the process characteristics that each behavior occurs by taking up themes such as communication behaviors, helping behaviors, supporting behaviors, aggressive behaviors, exclusion behaviors, and negotiation behaviors.
  What actions can we take to promote or suppress each person's personal behavior? From the perspective that factors of individual personality and factors surrounding the person's situation and environment interact to cause action, we will advance the understanding the occurring mechanisms of interpersonal behaviorswhile thinking about the effective ways to resolve the social problems.
Last updated : 2019/9/30 (16:39)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19072014
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This class aims to learn group dynamics mainly in practice. We will think about the group phenomena and group actions that we experience and observe in daily life, focusing on the psychology and behavior of the individuals in the group and the mechanism of the dynamics they produce by doing so. How should we deal with the pressure of group homogeneity, coordination behavior, in-group favoritism, out-of-group discrimination, group think, group polarization phenomenon, etc., for the realization of a more peaceful and happy society? You will be challenged to work independently on refining your research interests (research questions). Based on your own research questions, search the literature, read, organize in resumes, discuss with other students, share information, answer to it = lead to hypothesis, focusing on practice We aim at learning by approach. According to your own research questions, you will search documents, read, organize in resumes, discuss with other students, share information, and lead to answers (hypotheses) through it.
Last updated : 2019/4/8 (02:15)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19071003
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In our lives environments are part of educational resources as exemplified in the proverb of "Three moves by Mencius' mother (孟母三遷). We choose our environments, and those environments we chose would change us accordingly. Such mutual constitutive relationships between our development and the environment throughout our lives are called "person-in-environment transactions." Various aspects of these transactions in the educational phenomenon as well as daily experiences are explored in this course. The basic nature of our surroundings are observed and interpreted from a general standpoint of person-in-environment transactions. Where are you, and who are you are interdependent questions in this perspective.
Last updated : 2019/4/7 (23:48)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19072015
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview Environment-Behavior Studies and Environmental Design

The problem of "Environment-Behavior Studies" regards such situation when we wonder which seat to sit in the subway. Even though we do not know exactly what are the behavioral principles about where to sit we chose particular positions according to our habitual ways: this may not be conscious rules and in most cases implicit way of behaving in such particular environmental settings. We only notice when such assumed "rules" are violated.
Environment-Behavior Studies focus on regulative principles working between actors (human-being and animals) and their surrounding environment, and utilize the knowledge gained through observation in the actual designing of our physical environment including its layout and place settings.
The basic assumption of this inter-disciplinary studies is that we humans are designing our surroundings by choosing or not-choosing and using or not-using particular environments in particular ways. Human agents are natural designer in this respect.
This seminar deal with basic concepts and methods in the field of Environment-Behavior Studies by actually conducting research activities inside or outside of classrooms, This is the application of Learning by Doing.
Last updated : 2019/4/9 (01:32)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19072060
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview We explore the issue regarding community based on the participant's own interest for the theoretical understanding and developing practice. The building of the class itself should be a part of community formation. Therefore the work-based learning is sought in this course.
Last updated : 2019/9/30 (16:19)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19072002
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue1
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this lecture, I would like to introduce the principles of counseling, and basic orientations of psychotherapy, including Psychoanalysis, Behavioral Therapy, Client-centered Therapy, etc.You will go to learn and discuss the theories of counseling, integrated or eclectic therapies, counseling structure, and client's condition, etc. In the latter half, we will watch the counseling movie (C.R. Rogers), and learn the process of counseling.
Last updated : 2019/4/8 (00:38)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19071056
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this seminar, I prepare some structures or exercises to experience human relationships. Based on the history, concepts, aims, limitations of psychotherapy/counseling, we can learn real communication through these exercises and works. Basic human relationships can be a solid foundation for progressive counseling attitudes. There are many kinds of exercises created in the fields of existential and experiential counseling, such as Gestalt therapy, Sensitivity Training, T-group, and Structured Encounter Group. These structures themselves are not enough to experience real human relationships. You need to devote yourself to actual relationship to grow on your flexibility and powerful communication attitude. I also notice you to understand the risk of communication, such as privacy issues. In addition, you can learn how we apply these skills for psychological support for clients and their family, as well as visiting support, community approach.
Last updated : 2019/4/8 (00:26)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19072018
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview There often happens serious situations in which human nature is alienated despite the progress of modern medicine and medical care services. Therefore, the need for clinical psychology in medical care services is increasing from the viewpoint of comprehensive and holistic care of human lives. This lecture aims to demonstrate clinical psychology required in various disease conditions and situations, e.g., primary care, palliative care, perinatal care, gerontology, etc., in modern medical care service systems.
Last updated : 2019/4/9 (01:52)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19072061
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue5
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The psychopathology has several historical origins and has occupied the major domain of psychiatry and clinical psychology as follows: (1) traditional German psychiatry that describes precisely symptoms of mental illness, (2) psychometric evaluation employing dimensional measures, (3) psychoanalysis and humanistic psychopathology that inspect inner side of abnormal psychopathology, and (4) philosophy of psychiatry that is linked with phenomenology or ethical/philosophical issues on the relationship between human and neuroscience. This lecture aims to focus on multiple aspects of the deviation of human psychology as well as the boundary between normality and abnormality of human mind in the current context of the modern age.
Last updated : 2019/9/30 (16:28)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19071053
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview
Last updated : 2019/10/13 (16:23)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19071005
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon4:Mon5
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Students will learn the first step of procedure, method of analysis, interpretation of psychological assessments.
Last updated : 2019/4/7 (23:59)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19074017
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture will outline the psychological theory and practice in the social welfare area.
Last updated : 2019/4/10 (17:29)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19071057
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this class, we will discuss psychological assessments for children with neurodevelopmental disorders
Last updated : 2019/9/30 (16:50)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19074054
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu1
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This class aims to practice the group play therapy for children with developmental disorders or developmental traits, and learn the methods of psychological and developmental treatment.
Last updated : 2019/9/30 (18:24)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19075004
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview reasonable accommodation for accessibility in children with disability
Last updated : 2019/4/10 (18:58)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19075052
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course aims to understand accessibility in special needs education and needs in person with disability from the point of view of psychology.
Last updated : 2019/9/30 (18:47)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19072057
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Lecturing the system of special education
Last updated : 2019/9/30 (16:38)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19072013
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Dohsa-method has been developed in Kyushu-University. This method in used as a rehabilitation technique for people with physical disabilities in broader area especially in Asia. Although this method is mainly for the disabilities, this is so useful and effective for the training and relaxation method for the athlete, for example, baseball, tennis, swimming, etc. In this class, the students will learn the movement mechanism of human body and also the muscle manipulation techniques which is especially useful for psychological stability. 
Last updated : 2019/4/8 (01:21)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19074061
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Students will learn about human development and learning based on Educational Psychology and School Psychology.
These contain the disciplines of physical, cognitive, emotional, social, and clinical fields.
Last updated : 2019/10/13 (15:48)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19074002
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu1
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Attending on the group therapy for children with developmental disabilities coming to the Center for clinical psychology and Human Development in Kyushu-University
Last updated : 2019/4/10 (17:42)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Psychology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title 
Professor NAKAMURA Tomoyasu
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19074022
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu5
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The purpose of this class is to study the family relationships and the way of psychological supports. Especially participants can understand the each role of family through psychodrama (role playing) techniques.
Last updated : 2019/4/10 (17:48)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Introduction to Comparative Religions I
Introduction to Comparative Religions I
Sub Title 
Associate Professor IIJIMA Shuuji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2704J
Course Code: 19052106
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue2
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this series of lectures, topics we picked up were ”Past and Present of Stury of Religions”,”Eastern Religions and Western Religions”,Religions in Kyushu Islands”,”Politics and Educations of Religions”,and ”Pursuit of Wellness in Religions”. In this year, I try to pick up themes which were left behind.Those themes are "disaster and religions","the death and relisions","economy and religions", and "exchanges of lives".Every time I share some facts of those themes and show how the study of religions have interpreted those facts.
Last updated : 2019/4/6 (11:53) 〔4月7日に完成させる予定です。〕

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Comparative Religions Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Comparative Religions (Lecture III)
Comparative Religions (Lecture III)
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor TAKAHASHI Sanami
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2813J
Course Code: 19054216
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu2
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview
Last updated : 2019/4/10 (17:53)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Comparative Religions Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Comparative Religions (Lecture IV)
Comparative Religions (Lecture IV)
Sub Title 
Kokugakuin University KATO Hisako
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2814J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
intensive
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Course Overview
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School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Comparative Religions Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Comparative Religions (Seminar I)
Comparative Religions (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor IIJIMA Shuuji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2821J
Course Code: 19052212
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this seminar, students can choose your own subject to study. In this six months, you can use 30 minutes to give your presentation. 2nd year students are expected to report some preliminal study of your own subject. 3rd year students are expected to start your research. 4th year students are expected to write abstruct of your thesis.
Last updated : 2019/5/11 (00:02)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Comparative Religions Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Comparative Religions (Seminar II)
Comparative Religions (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor IIJIMA Shuuji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2822J
Course Code: 19052715
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue3
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this seminer,students are expected to seek your own subjects deeply and sharply.
Last updated : 2019/4/4 (10:13)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Comparative Religions Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Cultural Anthropology (Seminar VI)
Cultural Anthropology (Seminar VI)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor IIJIMA Shuuji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3843J
Course Code: 19054311
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu4
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This seminarY is a first half of our anthropological research. Students have to take both seminer if you want to take part in this seminer.Understanding of "the natibe point of view" and translating their culture are very unique goal of cultural anthrupology. In so-called post-modern society, cultural anthropology are adopted to various worlds,which include so-called "disability study". In this seminer, we would like to share some expeliences of the blind in the cumpus.Doing so,students must master the essence of current ethnographic methods.
Last updated : 2019/5/11 (00:08) 〔2017年4月7日に最終版を完成させます〕

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Comparative Religions Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Cultural Anthropology (Seminar VII)
Cultural Anthropology (Seminar VII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor IIJIMA Shuuji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4841J
Course Code: 19054812
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu4
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview After Cultural anthropology seminer Y,we would like to design something good for the future. There are many innnovative points from some small items to social organization. However time and resources must be limited so that we have to think a lot what they will need in the near future.
Last updated : 2019/10/3 (13:36) 〔2017年4月7日に最終版を完成させます〕

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Comparative Religions Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Religions (Lecture IV)
History of Religions (Lecture IV)
Sub Title 
Professor, Kokugakuin University HIRAFUJI Kikuko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4813J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
intensive
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Course Overview This course examines several theories of mythology, and disucusses about present issues on mythology.

Last updated : 2019/3/8 (17:44)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Comparative Religions Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Social Anthropology (Lecture III)
Social Anthropology (Lecture III)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Utsunomiya MATSUO Masaki
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4833J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The aim of this class is to study how to grasp the Middle East focusing on its politics, economy and societies. Reading designated texts and participating the discussion are required.
Last updated : 2019/4/5 (18:37)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
Sub Title 
Associate Professor TAKANO Kazuyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2706J
Course Code: 19054312
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview
Last updated : 2019/4/5 (23:43)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Sociology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Methods of Sociological Research (Lecture)
Methods of Sociological Research (Lecture)
Sub Title 
Professor ADACHI Kiyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2855J
Course Code: 19051709
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon3
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E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview n this lecture, we will give lectures on social research methods.
1 What is a social survey
2 Genealogy of social research
3 Types of social surveys: Qualitative and quantitative surveys, case study methods and statistical methods
4 Relationship between theory and research Deduction and induction, universalization recognition and individualization recognition
5 How to decide the survey problem and construct hypotheses Variables, conceptual composition, operational definition, propositional composition, empirical generalization
6 Making of questionnaire (1) How to make question sentence Wording of operation concept
Preparation of 7 questionnaires (2) Basic variables Answer and coding
8 Sample Design Population and Samples and Strategic Comparison
9 Hypothesis-verified search logic Cross-table analysis, quantitative data and statistical tests, mean difference test, correlation coefficient, etc.
10 Logic of survey based on actual condition observation records, interviews, categorization, formal theory and actual condition theory
11 Ethics of social research Personal information protection and privacy
12 Actual example of social survey (1) Census, public opinion poll
13 Practical example of social survey (2) Social hierarchy and social mobility survey
14 Practical example of social research (3) Sociology of youth theory
15 Social Survey and Practice Aiming for Better Social Survey
Last updated : 2019/4/23 (14:21)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Sociology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Sociology (Lecture I)
Sociology (Lecture I)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor YAMASHITA Akiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2851J
Course Code: 19054609
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu2
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E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This lecture course focuses on qualitative methods used in social research. Subjects include the foundations of qualitative methods, research design, data collection and data analysis.
Last updated : 2019/4/5 (15:41)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Sociology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Sociology (Lecture IV)
Sociology (Lecture IV)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor YAMASHITA Akiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2854J
Course Code: 19054109
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu2
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E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview The goal of this course is two-fold: 1. the analysis of various statistical data published by the government and other organizations; and 2. the interpretation of the results of the performed analysis. Specific topics include descriptive statistics such as frequency distribution and cross tabulation. We will also touch upon correlation coefficient, correlation vs. causal relation, and spurious relationship.
Last updated : 2019/4/5 (15:42)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Sociology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Sociology (Lecture VIII)
Sociology (Lecture VIII)
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor, Fukuoka Prefectural University YOSHITAKE Yui
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3854J
Course Code: 19055809
2019 FallTerm
biweekly Fri4:Fri5
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This is a course of basic statistical analysis. This lecture course focuses on descriptive statistics and inferential statistics.
Last updated : 2019/2/20 (15:49)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Sociology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Sociology (Lecture XII)
Sociology (Lecture XII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor, Tokyo University IGUCHI Takashi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4854J
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
intensive
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Course Overview
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School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Sociology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Sociology (Seminar VIII)
Sociology (Seminar VIII)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor TAKANO Kazuyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3864J
Course Code: 19055307
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri4
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course helps students understand the basic theory and method of welfare sociology, by examining diverse subjects in society.
Last updated : 2019/4/5 (23:43)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Sociology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Sociology (Seminar IX)
Sociology (Seminar IX)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor YAMASHITA Akiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4861J
Course Code: 19052315
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course aims to provide students with skills and knowledge to conduct social surveys, beginning from the preparation and ending up in completing the survey report.
Last updated : 2019/4/5 (15:42)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Sociology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Sociology (Seminar X)
Sociology (Seminar X)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor YAMASHITA Akiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4862J
Course Code: 19057016
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course aims to provide students with skills and knowledge to conduct social surveys, beginning from the preparation and ending up in completing the survey report.
Last updated : 2019/4/19 (15:28)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Sociology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Sociology of Community Welfare (Lecture I)
Sociology of Community Welfare (Lecture I)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor TAKANO Kazuyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2871J
Course Code: 19055810
2019 FallTerm
biweekly Fri4:Fri5
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This lecture course focuses on the design and implementation of social research.
Last updated : 2019/8/18 (12:09)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Sociology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Sociology of Community Welfare (Seminar VI)
Sociology of Community Welfare (Seminar VI)
Sub Title 
Professor ADACHI Kiyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3882J
Course Code: 19051110
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon2
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview Community welfare sociology exercises VI and VII are exercises that are operated in an integrated manner, and in principle, students should attend continuously. In III, we provide the problem raising and "materials to think". This year's text uses the new "Sociology History" of Osawa Masaki. While tracing the history of sociology, we will consider what sociology is.
Community Welfare Sociology VII, writing thesis is the main theme. Understanding what is a dissertation and what it means to write a dissertation, using "Science Composition Technology" as a text, Noguchi Akio's "Super text method" and Shimizu Ikutaro's "How to write a dissertation" Aim to be a breakthrough that goes beyond what is written.
Last updated : 2019/4/6 (11:41)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Sociology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Sociology of Community Welfare (Seminar VII)
Sociology of Community Welfare (Seminar VII)
Sub Title 
Professor ADACHI Kiyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3883J
Course Code: 19051210
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview Community welfare sociology exercises VI and VII are exercises that are operated in an integrated manner, and in principle, students should attend continuously. In III, we provide the problem raising and "materials to think". This year's text uses the new "Sociology History" of Osawa Masaki. While tracing the history of sociology, we will consider what sociology is.
Community Welfare Sociology VII, writing thesis is the main theme. Understanding what is a dissertation and what it means to write a dissertation, using "Science Composition Technology" as a text, Noguchi Akio's "Super text method" and Shimizu Ikutaro's "How to write a dissertation" Aim to be a breakthrough that goes beyond what is written.
Last updated : 2019/4/6 (11:41)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Sociology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Sociology of Community Welfare (Seminar XI)
Sociology of Community Welfare (Seminar XI)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor TAKANO Kazuyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4883J
Course Code: 19054813
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu4
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This course aims to provide students with the basic sociological perspective for social analysis by using the theories and the methods of sociology.
Last updated : 2019/4/5 (23:42)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Sociology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Sociological Research Methods (Seminar II)
Sociological Research Methods (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor YAMASHITA Akiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4866J
Course Code: 19052409
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue5
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E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview This seminar is for students who plan to write a graduate thesis. Seminar participants will examine their research topics, review relevant research, choose an appropriate methodology for analysis.
Last updated : 2019/4/5 (15:43)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Sociology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Research Methods for Community Welfare (Seminar I)
Research Methods for Community Welfare (Seminar I)
Sub Title 
Professor ADACHI Kiyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4885J
Course Code: 19053103
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon5
Ito Classroom
E/J科目 (日本語, English)
Course Overview
Last updated : 2019/4/6 (11:43)

School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course
Sociology Major
Major (Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Research Methods for Community Welfare (Seminar II)
Research Methods for Community Welfare (Seminar II)
Sub Title 
Associate Professor TAKANO Kazuyoshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4886J
Course Code: 19055400
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri5
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Course Overview The purpose of this course is to give students guidance for their graduation thesis.
Last updated : 2019/4/5 (23:43)

School of Letters Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title  Japanese Literature in Translation
Assistant Professor Ashton LAZARUS
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19054110
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu2
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E科目 (English, English)
Course Overview This course explores the history of Japanese literature through the lens of translation. We will read a select group of literary texts in translation—sometimes in several different translations—and consider how Japanese literature has been constructed both inside and outside of Japan. Our readings will encompass a variety of literary texts, from Man’yōshū poetry to the novels of Murakami Haruki, as well as scholarly essays and newspaper articles on relevant topics. Students will hone their reading comprehension and discussion abilities through weekly assignments, in-class exercises, and presentations.
Last updated : 2019/4/2 (15:43)

School of Letters Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title  From Jomon to Heian: (Why) Does it Matter Today?
Associate Professor Ellen VAN GOETHEM
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19054313
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu4:Thu5
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E科目 (English, その他)
Course Overview Using a wide range of activities (lecture, discussion, online learning, quizzes, student presentations, etc.) this course will provide an overview of Japanese history from its origins to the twelfth century and demonstrate how ancient history is still relevant today. In addition, students will be introduced to Western scholarship on Japanese history and to the wide range of foreign-language resources. Each session will consist of a brief lecture, a number of instructor-led assignments, and short in-class research projects.
Throughout the quarter students will also be working on an individual research project that focuses on the history of Kyushu. Students will discuss this project with the course instructor, the TA, and their peers at regular intervals. At the end of the course, each student will also present their final findings at a mini-symposium.
Last updated : 2019/3/6 (03:18)

School of Letters Department of Philosophy

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:


Sub Title  European Views of Japan
Associate Professor Ellen VAN GOETHEM
Numbering Code:
Course Code:
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon3
Ito Classroom
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Course Overview Using a wide range of activities (lecture, discussion, online learning, quizzes, student presentations, etc.) this course provides students with an opportunity to explore how Europeans have described and interpreted Japan through centuries of contact. We will use primary source materials written by travelers, missionaries, adventurers, teachers, traders, and scholars to study how Japan was viewed between the thirteenth and the nineteenth centuries. Through readings and discussions students will also explore the concept of Orientalism, representations of the "Other," and Japan’s place in European historical imagination.
Throughout the semester students will also be working on an individual research project that focuses on the life and achievements of one European visitor of Japan. At the end of the course, each student will present their final findings at a mini-symposium.
Last updated : 2019/9/18 (10:14)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Foundations of the Humanities I
Foundations of the Humanities I
Sub Title 
Professor MORIHIRA Masahiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM1011J
Course Code: 19055109
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Fri2
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Course Overview Professors from the philosophy and history courses in the faculty lecture in turn their disciplinary based topic with basic perspective.
Last updated : 2019/7/26 (10:15)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Foundations of the Humanities II
Foundations of the Humanities II
Sub Title 
Associate Professor IIJIMA Shuuji
Numbering Code: LET-HUM1012J
Course Code: 19055611
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri2
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Course Overview Each week, one teacher from Literature course and Human Science course introduces students to what they can learn in each department of the two courses.
Last updated : 2019/10/2 (11:46)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
The Humanities I
The Humanities I
Sub Title 
Professor MORIHIRA Masahiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2011J
Course Code: 19053600
2019 FallTerm
weekly Wed2
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course provides an introductory overview of the humanities in order to gain insights into the society and culture of "East Asia".
Last updated : 2019/9/25 (10:07)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
The Humanities II
The Humanities II
Sub Title 
Associate Professor KATAOKA Kei
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2012J
Course Code: 19053601
2019 FallTerm
weekly Wed2
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Lecture series titled as "Inquiry into life (birth) and death". Twelve lecturers in our faculty give talks on various issues relevant to the topic from different perspectives, such as philosophy, art history, history, anthropology, sociology, literature, etc. Participants are required to have a copy of the textbook published from our University press.
Last updated : 2019/8/25 (09:25)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Classical Greek I
Classical Greek I
Sub Title 
None KUNIETU Mithitaka
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2021J
Course Code: 19051406
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon5
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The Greek we will study is the language used by the Athenians in the fifth and fourth centuries B.C. Learning Classical Greek will also help you to read Homer and the New Testament in Greek.

The Greek sequence (Classical Greek I,II) is designed to introduce you to Greek Classics. You will acquire certain linguistic knowledge and skills (e.g. pronunciation, vocabulary, morphology and syntax), and understand the culture that produced the classical literature.

You need to attend class every week, prepared and ready to participate actively.
Last updated : 2019/3/27 (19:59)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Classical Greek II
Classical Greek II
Sub Title 
None KUNIETU Mithitaka
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3021J
Course Code: 19051903
2019 FallTerm
weekly Mon5
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview The Greek we will study is the language used by the Athenians in the fifth and fourth centuries B.C. Learning Classical Greek will also help you to read Homer and the New Testament in Greek.

The Greek sequence (Classical Greek I,II) is designed to introduce you to Greek Classics. You will acquire certain linguistic knowledge and skills (e.g. pronunciation, vocabulary, morphology and syntax), and understand the culture that produced the classical literature.

You need to attend class every week, prepared and ready to participate actively.
Last updated : 2019/3/27 (20:02)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Latin I
Latin I
Sub Title 
None YANO Taithi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2022J
Course Code: 19053303
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Wed4
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M/J科目 (日本語, ラテン語)
Course Overview This course aims to familialise students with the elementary latin grammer.
Last updated : 2019/2/27 (19:21)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Latin II
Latin II
Sub Title 
None YANO Taithi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3022J
Course Code: 19053806
2019 FallTerm
weekly Wed4
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, ラテン語)
Course Overview This course aims to familialise student with the elementary latin grammer.
Last updated : 2019/2/27 (19:19)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Sanskrit I
Sanskrit I
Sub Title 
None KITANO Shintarou
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2023J
Course Code: 19054401
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu5
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M/J科目 (日本語, サンスクリット)
Course Overview This course aims to familiarize students with the classical Sanskrit. Students will continue to develop their knowledge of Sanskrit grammar.
Last updated : 2019/2/8 (14:50)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Sanskrit II
Sanskrit II
Sub Title 
None KITANO Shintarou
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3023J
Course Code: 19054904
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu5
Ito Classroom
M/J科目 (日本語, サンスクリット)
Course Overview The aim of this seminar is to develop understandings of the structure of the Sanskrit language. Students will improve their reading skills of Sanskrit.
Last updated : 2019/2/8 (14:53)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Classical Chinese I
Classical Chinese I
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor, Seinangakuin University KURIYAMA Masahiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2024J
Course Code: 19052107
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Tue2
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course offers for students who hope teacher training courses. The influence that the Chinese classics gave to Japanese classics is great. Through this class, the understanding of Japanese classics and Japanese culture will also be improved.
Class time provides Chinese anthology “Wenxuan(文選)”,and using reading Chinese texts in Japanese, examines Chinese texts and its annotation, and then discuss the content of the texts.
Through this class, I hope that students will not only continue to develop their reading skill, but also create the interest in Chinese culture.
Last updated : 2019/2/28 (20:00)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Classical Chinese II
Classical Chinese II
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor, Seinangakuin University KURIYAMA Masahiro
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2025J
Course Code: 19052608
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue2
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course offers for students who hope teacher training courses. The influence that the Chinese classics gave to Japanese classics is great. Through this class, the understanding of Japanese classics and Japanese culture will also be improved.
Class time provides Chinese anthology “Wenxuan(文選)”,and using reading Chinese texts in Japanese, examines Chinese texts and its annotation, and then discuss the content of the texts.
Through this class, I hope that students will not only continue to develop their reading skill, but also create the interest in Chinese culture.
Last updated : 2019/2/28 (20:00)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Museum Management
Museum Management
Sub Title 
Professor, Kyushu University Museum IWANAGA Shozo
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2062J
Course Code: 19052813
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course is designed to introduce students to the discipline of museum managemant.
Last updated : 2019/2/19 (17:18)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Museum Materials
Museum Materials
Sub Title 
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3061J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
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School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Theory of Perservation for Museum
Theory of Perservation for Museum
Sub Title 
Professor, Kyushu University Museum IWANAGA Shozo
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3062J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course is designed to introduce students to the discipline of Museum Material Preservation Theory.
Last updated : 2019/2/19 (17:24)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Information and Media for Museum
Information and Media for Museum
Sub Title 
Associate Prrofessor, The Kyushu University Museum NAKANISHI Tetsuya
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4062J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
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School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Practicum of Information Services I
Practicum of Information Services I
Sub Title 
Staff, Kyushu University Library HYODO Takeshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3071J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Through this course, students will acquire and develop the practical skills of reference services in libraries.
Last updated : 2019/7/19 (12:53)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Practicum of Information Services II
Practicum of Information Services II
Sub Title 
Staff, Kyushu University Library HYODO Takeshi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3072J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course aims to develop practical information service skills for librarians. Students are expected to use and examine various kinds of online searching tools.
Last updated : 2019/7/19 (12:49)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Introduction to Information Resources in library
Introduction to Information Resources in library
Sub Title 
Professor OKAZAKI Atsushi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2077J
Course Code: 19052905
2019 FallTerm
weekly Tue5
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course is designed to introduce students to the discipline of the Library Science, in particular, the matters concerned on the information resources,
Last updated : 2019/2/21 (08:25)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Practicum for Organization of Information Resources I
Practicum for Organization of Information Resources I
Sub Title 
Staff, Kyushu University Library INOUE Toshiya
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3073J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview In this course, students will put on knowledge about making bibliographic data of book material. Also this course involves studying a record of computer catalog system NACSIS-CAT, and a practice of search and registration.
Last updated : 2019/7/2 (16:18)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Practicum for Organization of Information Resources II
Practicum for Organization of Information Resources II
Sub Title 
Staff, Kyushu University Library INOUE Toshiya
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3074J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Subject analysis of book material and a practice of classification work are performed using "nippon decimal classification (NDC) 10th edition of new revision".
A practice of subject headings giving work is performed using "the 4th edition of Basic Subject Headings (BSH)".
Last updated : 2019/7/2 (16:25)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 1)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
History of Books and Libraries
History of Books and Libraries
Sub Title 
Professor OKAZAKI Atsushi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM3075J
Course Code: 19054402
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Thu5
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course is designed to introduce students to the history of the books and the libraries, in the japanese, chinese and western civilizations.
Last updated : 2019/2/20 (18:31)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Introduction to Library Administration and Management
Introduction to Library Administration and Management
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor, Kyushu University Library WATANABE Yukiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2072J
Course Code: 19053208
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Wed3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course explains about the law concerning libraries, the laws of related areas, and the library policy, as well as the concept of library management, human resources and facilities management, service planning, securing of budget, suvey and evaluation, operation form etc.
Last updated : 2019/2/25 (14:33)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Introduction to Library Services
Introduction to Library Services
Sub Title 
Assistant Professor, Kyushu University Library ISHIDA Emi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2074J
Course Code: 19051308
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course explains about the transition of libray service, the elements of services, in-library use, circulation, reference service, publicity for seminors and lectures, collaborations with other information services institutions. In addition, it explains about problem solving support, the service for he handicappted and the aged, and multi-cultural service.
Last updated : 2019/4/5 (08:08)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Library Services for Children
Library Services for Children
Sub Title 
Chief Librarian, Itoshima City Library IWAHASHI Keiko
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2076J
Course Code: 19054905
2019 FallTerm
weekly Thu5
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview We will explain the role of services for children in public libraries.
We will explain the role of various materials for children such as picture books,children's stories.
You will learn about how to practice such as storytelling,reading,booktalk
done in public libraries and do one of the practice.
You will deepen your understanding of the role that child plays for learning suppot,
cooperation with local communities,shool,and families.
Last updated : 2019/10/2 (16:04)

School of Letters Department of Humanities History and Geography Course

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Science of History (General Principles)
Science of History (General Principles)
Sub Title 
Professor OKAZAKI Atsushi
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2301J
Course Code: 19055708
2019 FallTerm
weekly Fri3
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This lecture course is designed to introduce students to the discipline of History, the basic principle and theories of the historical science.
Last updated : 2019/9/25 (11:01)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Introductory Course of Computer Operations
Introductory Course of Computer Operations
Sub Title 
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2083J
Course Code: 19051309
2019 SpringTerm
weekly Mon4
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School of Letters Department of Humanities Human Sciences Course

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Introduction to Statistics (Human Sciences)
Introduction to Statistics (Human Sciences)
Sub Title 
Numbering Code: LET-HUM2701J
Course Code:
2019

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School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Occidental Classics (Lecture IV)
Occidental Classics (Lecture IV)
Sub Title 
Professor, International Christian University SANO Yoshinori
Numbering Code: LET-HUM4092J
Course Code:
2019 SpringTerm
intensive
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J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview This course will take up representative classical literary works as main texts and examine important points for interpretation. Epic, lyric, and dramatic works, which incorporate the myth of Io, a woman who had to roam from Greece to Egypt, will be examined from comparative perspective and characteristics of each work will be discussed. This course as a whole purports to serve as an introduction of Greco-Roman classical studies, by enhancing the awareness of the genre and historical-cultural backgrounds of the main texts.
Last updated : 2019/2/1 (14:48)

School of Letters Department of Humanities

(Credit 2)

Intended Year:
Intended School:
Lectures on Journalism II
Lectures on Journalism II
Sub Title 
Supervisory Center, West Area Head Office, The Asahi Shimbun OMORI Sadayoshi
Numbering Code:
Course Code: 19053807
2019 FallTerm
weekly Wed4
Ito Classroom
J科目 (日本語, 日本語)
Course Overview Even with an overflow of information in the Internet age, newspapers continue to play a central role in journalism.
Through their lectures and from their different perspectives, current and retired reporters from The Asahi Shimbun will analyze the role and function of newspapers, and journalism in general, in society.
The functions of differing media will also be highlighted by looking at reporting by digital and broadcasting companies as well as how they transmit information.
Students taking the course will acquire hints for more fully comprehending the news reports they encounter on a daily basis.
Last updated : 2019/10/3 (10:50)