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04176801
FLE-XX4K01L1
共通 Common
〈偶然〉という回路
The Asahi Lectures: Chance as a way of inquiry
渡部 泰明
Yasuaki Watanabe
A1A2 水曜5限
Wed 5th
〈偶然〉という回路

 私たちは、偶然に取り囲まれ、偶然に振り回されて生きている――少なくともたいがいはそう思って生きています。一方、研究に求められる知性は、偶然性を排し、偶然に見える事柄の奥に隠された必然を見いだすことに求められる、としばしば言われます。では、偶然と知性は、まったく相容れないものなのでしょうか。 私たちが偶然と名づけているものが、予測不可能に見えるこの世の現実の手触りだとすれば、偶然とはどういうものかと目をこらすことは、知の営みを現実へと新たにつなぎ合わせることになりはしないでしょうか。たとえば、縁や運や宿命、あるいはたまたまの遭遇がもたらす喜怒哀楽といった、いかにも人間くさい事柄に学問的にアプローチしたらどうなるか、などということです。なにかと孤立して見える偶然を、むしろ現実のリアリティへと接近する回路にしたいという思いなのです。  本年度の朝日講座では、それぞれの学問分野や実業界を担う先生方から、「偶然とは何か、そこから何か見えてくるか」という観点にもとづいた講義を行っていただきます。

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 法文2号館 1番大教室
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
08C102304
FAS-CA4B22L1
文化人類学特殊講義(民俗学の思想と現代的課題 2)
Lecture on Special Topics (Cultural Anthropology) (The Thoughts and Contemporary Issues of Folklore II)
山 泰幸
YAMA Yoshiyuki
S1S2 集中
Intensive 
民俗学の思想と現代的課題2

日本民俗学の思想を、江戸期の国学との関連や戦時期の思想との関連から解説し、その学問的な特質を見極めながら、現代的な課題への応答可能性について考えていく。

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 駒場14号館 407室
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
4971340
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 134
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 134
鍾 以江
ZHONG Yijiang
A1A2 金曜3限
Fri 3rd
Issues and Methods in Japanese Studies

This course examines the issues and methods that constitute Japanese Studies as a field of study. We do so by reading and discussing a series of major, primarily historical, works on Japan written in English since 1945. What makes (and/or unmakes) Japanese Studies, which takes a country as the subject of study, an academic field and a form of knowledge? What is “Japan” in Japanese Studies? We will trace the history of Japanese Studies, its problematics, goals, methodologies, from 1945 to the present, in the context of the transformations of geopolitical configurations in East Asia, and the changes in modes of intellectual inquiry from modernization theory to postcolonial and postmodern studies, and then to post-postmodern model of globalization. We follow Foucault’s observation that knowledge is power but that does not mean Japanese studies has always served simply political purposes, i.e., particular goals and concerns of governments and states. We look at Japanese Studies as necessarily shaped by political interests but more importantly as a dynamic and creative form of humanistic knowledge.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 東文研及総合博物館 東文研3F第1会議室 Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, University Museum IASA 1st Conf.
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
08D1452
FAS-DA4F53S3
環境学フィールドワークI
Fieldwork and Case-studies for Environmental Sciences I
永田 淳嗣
NAGATA Junji
A1A2 集中
Intensive 

This course is designed to give students an opportunity to be exposed to the efforts to address environmental issues in the field. As a case it will take up the activities promoting creation of a model town where the environment and industry would coexist in harmony in the coastal area of Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, through the collaboration between public and private sectors. Kawasaki City is well known as an industrial city and experienced serious environmental degradation including air pollution and water contamination, which were typically called “ko-gai” in Japanese language. To tackle these problems the city government implemented various antipollution measures ahead of the national government and in the process of dealing with a variety of environmental issues, a vast amount of environmental technology and know-how has been accumulated within Kawasaki City. In 1997, Kawasaki City drew up the Kawasaki Eco-Town plan. In Kawasaki Eco-Town, companies are encouraged to adopt resource recycling in their production activities as much as possible, and industrial waste and bi-products are effectively reused as raw materials. This course stresses understanding of the present conditions and practical issues facing these efforts on the ground.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
5122400
Global Governance
Global Governance
TIBERGHIEN Yves
TIBERGHIEN Yves
A1A2 集中
Intensive 

Purpose of this course is obtaining a solid understanding and some critical skills at five levels: 1. The theoretical dilemmas of global governance in the current age; 2. The ability to unpack the process of creating global governance (comparing different arenas) 3. The ability to develop a pathway to analyze and solve governance problems; 4. A better empirical understanding of the particular historical juncture of our current period in a larger comparative perspective with a focus on the interplay between the US, the EU, Japan, and large emerging powers (China, India, Brazil) among others. 5. And empirical knowledge on four issue areas: global finance, climate change, and biosafety from the perspective of global governance, and a changing balance of power

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 SMBC Academia Hall International Academic Research Bldg. SMBC Academia Hall
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
060414160
FAG-MI4015L3
ISAD Winter Crop Management
ISAD Winter Crop Management
岡田 謙介
Kensuke Okada
通年
Full Year (from Apr.)
集中
Intensive 
ISAD Winter Crop Management

“Practical Studies on Agroecosystems Management through the use of Crop Growth/Management Model and Field Experiment” Background and purposes : Agriculture, forestry and fisheries are the human's interventions to the ecosystems to acquire food and other valuable products while maintaining various ecological functions. For the sustainable and proper management of the ecosystems, the effect of the various interventions should be quantitatively evaluated. And the mathematical models are the useful tools for this purpose. This subject teaches the basic knowledge of crop physiology and water/N absorption processes, in relation to the modules of a crop growth/management model, APSIM (Agricultural Production Systems Simulator). As a part of this study, a series of field practices will be carried out in a wheat fertilizer experiment in the university field. This is the essential component of the subject, through which the students can understand various processes in the field, a real world.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 田無その他(学内等) 生態調和農学機構
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
3910317
冬作物管理学
IPADS Winter Crop Management
岡田 謙介
Kensuke Okada
通年
Full Year (from Apr.)
集中
Intensive 
IPADS Winter Crop Management

“Practical Studies on Agroecosystems Management through the use of Crop Growth/Management Model and Field Experiment” Background and purposes : Agriculture, forestry and fisheries are the human's interventions to the ecosystems to acquire food and other valuable products while maintaining various ecological functions. For the sustainable and proper management of the ecosystems, the effect of the various interventions should be quantitatively evaluated. And the mathematical models are the useful tools for this purpose. This subject teaches the basic knowledge of crop physiology and water/N absorption processes, in relation to the modules of a crop growth/management model, APSIM (Agricultural Production Systems Simulator). As a part of this study, a series of field practices will be carried out in a wheat fertilizer experiment in the university field. This is the essential component of the subject, through which the students can understand various processes in the field, a real world.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 田無その他(学内等) 生態調和農学機構
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
08B0059
FAS-BA4A01S3
専門英語(59)
English for Research (59)
プチニアック ダン
PUCHNIAK DANIEL WILLIAM
S1S2 集中
Intensive 
Comparative Corporate Law and Governance: Global and Asian Perspectives

Course Description This course examines the core legal characteristics of the corporate form across major jurisdictions. It draws on corporate law developments in the United States, United Kingdom, Singapore, Japan, Germany, and France to explain the common agency problems that are inherent in the corporate form and compares the legal strategies that each jurisdiction uses to solve these common problems. It also examines several of the most significant topics and policy debates in the burgeoning area of comparative corporate law and governance—with an emphasis on Asia. This course concludes with a discussion of how the comparative lessons learned may illuminate some of the most interesting and pressing issues facing Japanese corporate law and governance. The major topics covered in this course are: the universal corporate form; the ubiquitous problem of agency costs; the structural (in)efficiency of corporate boards; the delusion of corporate democracy; the myth of the independent director; the stick of shareholder litigation and carrot of executive compensation; regulating control transactions and hostile takeovers; and, Asian and Japanese corporate law and governance in a comparative context. Course Objectives A course that attempts to provide students with a firm grasp of the detailed laws and regulations that govern companies in a single jurisdiction is realistically ambitious. A course that attempts to provide students with the same understanding of several of the most complex jurisdictions in the world is doomed for failure. The objective of this course is not to cover the finer details of the corporate law in several major jurisdictions, but instead to undertake a comparative analysis of the corporate law across multiple jurisdictions with the aim of: •introducing the core concepts of corporate law around the world by examining the theoretical and practical importance of these concepts across major jurisdictions (and throughout modern history); •providing a logical framework that can be used to classify, evaluate and deconstruct the corporate law in any jurisdiction; •introducing several of the most important theoretical debates in comparative corporate law and explaining their practical importance for economic competitiveness and development; •sparking students’ interest in exploring corporate law outside of their home jurisdiction and providing them with a fresh set of tools to critique the corporate law in their home jurisdiction; •piquing students’ interest in comparative corporate law and governance in Asia and Japanese corporate law and governance; and, •developing a level of knowledge that will allow students to confidently and intelligently discuss corporate law anywhere in the world.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
08C403320
FAS-CA4V34L3
国際日本研究特論XX
Special Topics: Japan in East Asia XX
プチニアック ダン
PUCHNIAK DANIEL WILLIAM
S1S2 集中
Intensive 
Comparative Corporate Law and Governance: Global and Asian Perspectives

Course Description This course examines the core legal characteristics of the corporate form across major jurisdictions. It draws on corporate law developments in the United States, United Kingdom, Singapore, Japan, Germany, and France to explain the common agency problems that are inherent in the corporate form and compares the legal strategies that each jurisdiction uses to solve these common problems. It also examines several of the most significant topics and policy debates in the burgeoning area of comparative corporate law and governance—with an emphasis on Asia. This course concludes with a discussion of how the comparative lessons learned may illuminate some of the most interesting and pressing issues facing Japanese corporate law and governance. The major topics covered in this course are: the universal corporate form; the ubiquitous problem of agency costs; the structural (in)efficiency of corporate boards; the delusion of corporate democracy; the myth of the independent director; the stick of shareholder litigation and carrot of executive compensation; regulating control transactions and hostile takeovers; and, Asian and Japanese corporate law and governance in a comparative context. Course Objectives A course that attempts to provide students with a firm grasp of the detailed laws and regulations that govern companies in a single jurisdiction is realistically ambitious. A course that attempts to provide students with the same understanding of several of the most complex jurisdictions in the world is doomed for failure. The objective of this course is not to cover the finer details of the corporate law in several major jurisdictions, but instead to undertake a comparative analysis of the corporate law across multiple jurisdictions with the aim of: •introducing the core concepts of corporate law around the world by examining the theoretical and practical importance of these concepts across major jurisdictions (and throughout modern history); •providing a logical framework that can be used to classify, evaluate and deconstruct the corporate law in any jurisdiction; •introducing several of the most important theoretical debates in comparative corporate law and explaining their practical importance for economic competitiveness and development; •sparking students’ interest in exploring corporate law outside of their home jurisdiction and providing them with a fresh set of tools to critique the corporate law in their home jurisdiction; •piquing students’ interest in comparative corporate law and governance in Asia and Japanese corporate law and governance; and, •developing a level of knowledge that will allow students to confidently and intelligently discuss corporate law anywhere in the world.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
08F140702
FAS-FA4E07S3
グローバル教養特別演習III(2)
Seminar in Global Liberal Arts III (2)
プチニアック ダン
PUCHNIAK DANIEL WILLIAM
S1S2 集中
Intensive 
Comparative Corporate Law and Governance: Global and Asian Perspectives

Course Description This course examines the core legal characteristics of the corporate form across major jurisdictions. It draws on corporate law developments in the United States, United Kingdom, Singapore, Japan, Germany, and France to explain the common agency problems that are inherent in the corporate form and compares the legal strategies that each jurisdiction uses to solve these common problems. It also examines several of the most significant topics and policy debates in the burgeoning area of comparative corporate law and governance—with an emphasis on Asia. This course concludes with a discussion of how the comparative lessons learned may illuminate some of the most interesting and pressing issues facing Japanese corporate law and governance. The major topics covered in this course are: the universal corporate form; the ubiquitous problem of agency costs; the structural (in)efficiency of corporate boards; the delusion of corporate democracy; the myth of the independent director; the stick of shareholder litigation and carrot of executive compensation; regulating control transactions and hostile takeovers; and, Asian and Japanese corporate law and governance in a comparative context. Course Objectives A course that attempts to provide students with a firm grasp of the detailed laws and regulations that govern companies in a single jurisdiction is realistically ambitious. A course that attempts to provide students with the same understanding of several of the most complex jurisdictions in the world is doomed for failure. The objective of this course is not to cover the finer details of the corporate law in several major jurisdictions, but instead to undertake a comparative analysis of the corporate law across multiple jurisdictions with the aim of: •introducing the core concepts of corporate law around the world by examining the theoretical and practical importance of these concepts across major jurisdictions (and throughout modern history); •providing a logical framework that can be used to classify, evaluate and deconstruct the corporate law in any jurisdiction; •introducing several of the most important theoretical debates in comparative corporate law and explaining their practical importance for economic competitiveness and development; •sparking students’ interest in exploring corporate law outside of their home jurisdiction and providing them with a fresh set of tools to critique the corporate law in their home jurisdiction; •piquing students’ interest in comparative corporate law and governance in Asia and Japanese corporate law and governance; and, •developing a level of knowledge that will allow students to confidently and intelligently discuss corporate law anywhere in the world.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English

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