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08H006326
FAS-HA4A01L3
東西文明学I(言語と歴史6)
Eastern and Western Civilizations I (Language and History 6)
LEE Albert
LEE Albert
A1A2 火曜3限
Tue 3rd
Languages of the World

This course introduces the world’s languages in terms of how they are classified into families and types as well as the linguistic features associated with these families. Special focus will be placed on languages of the Asia Pacific. Upon successful completion of this course, students will have a better understanding of the diversity and complexity of human languages.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 駒場1号館 122教室 Komaba Bldg.1 Room 122
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
08F140616
FAS-FA4E06S3
グローバル教養特別演習II(16)
Seminar in Global Liberal Arts II (16)
LEE Albert
LEE Albert
A1A2 火曜3限
Tue 3rd
Languages of the World

This course introduces the world’s languages in terms of how they are classified into families and types as well as the linguistic features associated with these families. Special focus will be placed on languages of the Asia Pacific. Upon successful completion of this course, students will have a better understanding of the diversity and complexity of human languages.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 駒場1号館 122教室 Komaba Bldg.1 Room 122
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
08B0123
FAS-BA4A01S3
専門英語(123)
English for Research (123)
LEE Albert
LEE Albert
A1A2 火曜3限
Tue 3rd
Languages of the World

This course introduces the world’s languages in terms of how they are classified into families and types as well as the linguistic features associated with these families. Special focus will be placed on languages of the Asia Pacific. Upon successful completion of this course, students will have a better understanding of the diversity and complexity of human languages.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 駒場1号館 122教室 Komaba Bldg.1 Room 122
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
31D360-0120S
Special Lecture on Environmental Management and Policy I
Special Lecture on Environmental Management and Policy I
ジロドウ イザベル
GIRAUDOU Isabelle
S1S2 月曜5限
Mon 5th
Earth System Governance and Climate Change Law

Scientific projections of catastrophic climate change and anxieties about other worldwide environmental problems have combined to generate intense debates over how humans should respond to such pressing issues. Focusing on environmental decision/rule making, and drawing on ‘Science, Technology and Society (STS)’ as a complementary field of study, this course examines how the institutional shaping of scientific knowledge influences the way law addresses climate change. Through short interactive lectures, classroom discussions, oral presentations, and possibly small-scale research projects as well, we will investigate the ‘who, what, why, and how’ of both climate change negotiation and climate change litigation as part of environmental governance. In so doing, we will explore: 1) the relevance for global environmental governance of networked stuctures within which states and non-states actors interact (with a focus on both institutional science-policy interfaces and the so-called ‘regime complexes’); 2) the legitimacy of such emergent environmental regulatory frameworks based on negotiated rule-making processes; 3) the growing importance of ‘green’ courts and tribunals for the promotion of climate justice; 4) the new understanding of courts as sites for public debates over science and of climate change litigation as both a mitigation and an adaptation tool.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 21KOMCEE West K501 21 KOMCEE West Room K501
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
31M360-0120S
Special Lecture on Environmental Management and Policy I
Special Lecture on Environmental Management and Policy I
ジロドウ イザベル
GIRAUDOU Isabelle
S1S2 月曜5限
Mon 5th
Earth System Governance and Climate Change Law

Scientific projections of catastrophic climate change and anxieties about other worldwide environmental problems have combined to generate intense debates over how humans should respond to such pressing issues. Focusing on environmental decision/rule making, and drawing on ‘Science, Technology and Society (STS)’ as a complementary field of study, this course examines how the institutional shaping of scientific knowledge influences the way law addresses climate change. Through short interactive lectures, classroom discussions, oral presentations, and possibly small-scale research projects as well, students will investigate the ‘who, what, why, and how’ of both climate change negotiation and climate change litigation as part of environmental governance. In so doing, they will explore: 1) the relevance for global environmental governance of networked stuctures within which states and non-states actors interact (with a focus on both institutional science-policy interfaces and the so-called ‘regime complexes’); 2) the legitimacy of such emergent environmental regulatory frameworks based on negotiated rule-making processes; 3) the growing importance of ‘green’ courts and tribunals for the promotion of climate justice; 4) the new understanding of courts as sites for public debates over science and of climate change litigation as both a mitigation and an adaptation tool.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 21KOMCEE West K501 21 KOMCEE West Room K501
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
060310411
FAG-CL3B09L1
持続的植物生産学
Sustainable Plant Production
米川 智司
Satoshi Yonekawa
A1 月曜4限
Mon 4th
持続的耕地生態系管理技術と食や経営・地域社会との関係

エネルギーや資材の多投入を背景にモノカルチャー化を進めることで飛躍的増収や栽培地域の拡大、周年生産を得ようとする先進国型農業は、同時に深刻な問題も引き起こしている。温暖化や砂漠化、水質汚濁、土壌の塩類集積や表土流亡、食の安全などへの影響は、局地に留まらず地球規模に及ぶ。エネルギーのI/O比や農業による環境汚染が問題視されてきたのを契機に、人類の持続的な発展のために、様々な代替農業技術が考えられるようになった。地球レベルでの人口増加が予想される中、原始的農業への単なる回帰は許されず、環境と調和のとれた食糧生産を目指す必要がある。講義では複雑系で学際的な問題を対象に総合的視野で捉えながら個別技術についても解説する。

単位 Credit:1
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 農学部1号館 第4講義室 Faculty of Agriculture Bldg.1 Lecture Room No.4,Faculty of Agriculture
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
23-212-13
GED-IE6241L3
Educational Change in a Global Era: A Theoretical Roadmap to Current Debates
Educational Change in a Global Era: A Theoretical Roadmap to Current Debates
Rappleye, Jeremy Adam
Rappleye, Jeremy Adam
A2 集中1限 集中2限 集中3限 集中4限 集中5限
Intensive 1st Intensive 2nd Intensive 3rd Intensive 4th Intensive 5th

The accelerating pace and global scope of educational change is virtually unprecedented in human history. New international large-scale assessments (ILAs) such as PISA, PIAAC, Pisa-for-Development, and the Global Higher Education Rankings grab most global headlines, but parallel changes are underway at the institutional level: university internationalization, Super Global High Schools, expansion of English-language graduate programs, and introduction of the International Baccalaureate (IB) curricula, to raise only a few prominent examples from Japan. What is driving this momentous change? Is there a convergence in education policy and practice globally? Are we witnessing a consensual progress, coercive processes, or something else altogether? What are the likely effects of all this change? How might we begin to analyze all of this? This course aims to provide a basic sketch – what we will call a ‘roadmap’ – to different theories that have attempted to answer these questions. It provides a general overview of 5-6 dominant theoretical schools: Functionalism, Micro-Realism, Historical Institutionalism, Macro-Realism (Marxism), World Culture (Neo-Institutionalism), post/de-colonialism, and perhaps post-structuralism, if time permits. Students who take the course will learn the historical backdrop of these theoretical schools, become familiar with representative works, and see how such theories are mobilized to explain empirical realities. This course is perhaps particularly important in the Japanese context. Comparative Education in Japan has been largely dominated by two competing schools: those who work deeply with context and those who work on issues related to development (kaihatsu). Meanwhile, much of the Sociology of Education in Japan largely adheres to functionalism and historical institutionalism, and quite often begins with methodological nationalism (i.e., attempts to locate the drivers of educational change within a given national context). It is imperative that a new generation of Japanese scholars become familiar with and adept at engaging with theory: it is a crucial component of making Japanese educational research more visible and ‘intelligible’ on the global stage, as well as mount a response to theoretical schools that (mis)interpret empirical realities outside Western countries. More than anything, this course seeks to provide a space for students to understand the basics of theory and how it is an important entry-point for entering in on-going global debates. As such, no prior knowledge of theory is necessary, only a curiosity and openness to thinking in macro-sociological terms.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 図書館研究所学部等 教育学部棟・450B演習室
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
5112181
GPP-MP5P10L3
Modern Japanese Diplomacy
Modern Japanese Diplomacy
小原 雅博
A1A2 木曜2限
Thu 2nd
国益と現代日本外交 National Interest and Modern Japanese Diplomacy

私たちの守るべき国益とは何か?そして、それをどうやって実現するか? 米国の覇権に陰りが見える中で、台頭する国家やテロリストが跋扈し始め、冷戦後のリベラルな国際秩序は力による現状変更や破綻国家が生み出す暴力や難民に傷ついている。グローバル化、情報化、技術革新は新たな価値や豊かさを生み出す一方で、リスクや脅威も増大させている。そして、気候変動や感染症などが猛威を振るい、国家や人間の生存を脅かす。今日、国家・国民の安全と繁栄という国益はこうした多様な挑戦を受けている。日本はこれにどう対処すべきなのか?そして、世界と深くつながる日本として世界の平和と繁栄、そして自由で開かれた秩序の維持に何ができるのだろうか? 本講義は、以上の問題意識に立って、国益を座標軸の中心に据え、日本の外交、そして世界の平和と繁栄の問題を考えていく。 What is National Interest which we have to defend? How can it be realized? While the United States is shaky in its hegemony in the world, the rising powers and terrorists are becoming rampant. The liberal international order in the post-Cold War period is hurt by the alteration of the status quo due to violence and a refugee crisis caused by the failure of nation states('failed states'). Globalization and a technology revolution with an ever evolving social media produce new values and affluence, while, on the other hand, they multiply risks and threats in the world. Climate change and infectious diseases are raging and threaten the survival of nation states and humanity. Today, national interest, such as the security and prosperity of a nation and people, faces these various threats. How does Japan tackle them? What can Japan do to maintain the peace and prosperity of the world? What can Japan do to defend free and open international order? Japan is deeply connected to all these issues and therefore is inextricably involved in them. With an awareness of the above mentioned issues, this course’s lectures provide a framework centered around Japan’s National Interest and how Japanese diplomacy can help maintain the peace and prosperity of the world.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 法文1号館 22番教室
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
47240-19
GFS-MJ6T03L1
医学概論
Introduction to Medicine
内丸 薫
Kaoru Uchimaru
S1S2 集中
Intensive 
医学概論 (Introduction to Medicine)

近年の基礎医学のめざましい進展により、現代医療も著しい変貌を遂げつつある。東京大学医科学研究所附属病院の大きな使命は、先端医療の導入とその遂行、中でも基礎医学研究の成果を臨床に取り入れることである。即ち、探索型臨床研究 (Translational Research) の推進である。本講義においては、non-M.D.の学生を対象にして、医学概論をわかりやすく解説するとともに、実際の症例や看護上の視点も交えながら、最先端の探索型臨床研究についての新たな視座を提供することを目的とする。 Because of remarkable progress in recent basic medicine, the modern medicine is also accomplishing a remarkable change. The great mission of IMSUT Hospital is the introduction of advanced medicine and its accomplishment, especially the introduction of results of basic medical research into clinical studies. In other word, it is a promotion of translational research. In this lecture, we aim for introducing outline of medicine and offering a new standpoint to translational research with practical cases and nursing viewpoints.

単位 Credit:1
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 新領域生命棟 B1F セミナー室1、医科学研究所2号館 2階 大講義室、分子細胞生物学研究所 2F 会議室(206号室) Inst of Medical Science Bldg. 2 Large Lecture Room, 2nd fl.,
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
50284
地球環境(PEAK)
Global Environment Studies(PEAK)
成田 大樹
NARITA Daiju
A1A2 火曜1限
Tue 1st
Global environmental problems and sustainable development

This course will introduce the students to the current debates surrounding the global environmental problems, such as climate change, transboundary air pollution, biodiversity loss, and the issues of natural resources and land use (water, etc.). In the course, we will not discuss environmental problems in isolation but view them as an element among other great social challenges of our time. Specifically, the course’s perspective is summarized by the following basic questions: - People in the world are living under vastly different conditions in terms of income levels, etc. Given these differences, what kind of global environment should we aim for? - How can we form a global consensus on collective actions against environmental problems? On a more practical level, what are the existing global agreements and institutions on the environment? - On a global scale, what kinds of environmental or resource limits are we bound by? Given the instructor’s field of expertise, a particular attention will be paid to economic dilemmas of the global environmental problems, e.g., the needs for balancing environmental quality and poverty reduction. However, the lectures and class discussions also touch on various other aspects -- such as natural-scientific, policy (political and legal) and technological aspects -- of global environmental issues.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 駒場1号館 154教室 Komaba Bldg.1 Room 154
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English

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