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国際日本研究演習VIII

Reshaping the Urban Form of Tokyo
The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the ideas, values, policies, and conditions that have guided the transformation of the built environment in strategically important locations in Tokyo. The course is intended to facilitate students’ understanding of how Tokyo has attempted to maintain and strengthen its competitiveness and sustainability as a global city by planning and designing specific areas in the process of post-industrialization and globalization. The students will learn the nature of the transformed built environment and the ways in which public and private sectors fulfilled their purposes. By visiting prototypical redevelopment sites such as the Otemachi/Marunouchi/Yurakucho district, the West Shinjuku district, and the Toranomon district, the students will learn the scale, form, function, and ambience of the transformed urban areas, in addition to their historical backgrounds. In particular, the incorporation of entertainment and tourism into the redevelopments will be a crucial issue to address. This course adopts walking-based field study as the main method of learning, in addition to classroom lectures.
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08C403408
FAS-CA4V35S3
国際日本研究演習VIII
榎戸 敬介
A1 A2
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教室
講義使用言語
英語
単位
2
実務経験のある教員による授業科目
NO
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教養学部
授業計画
Basics of Modern Urban Transformation #1 (on campus): Postmodern Urbanism Basics of Modern Urban Transformation #2 (on campus):Theories of Urban Design Basics of Modern Urban Transformation #3 (on campus):Case Studies Field Study #1: Marunouchi Field Study #2: Otemachi Field Study #3: Yurakucho Discussion on FS#1,2,3 Field Study #4: Shinjuku skyscraper district (land use) Field Study #5: Shinjuku skyscraper district (streets and public spaces) Discussion on FS#4,5 Field Study #6: Toranomon Hills (land use) Field Study #7: Toranomon Hills (streets and public spaces) Discussion on FS#6,7 Student Presentations #1 (on campus) Student Presentations #2 (on campus)
授業の方法
Field studies are the core activities of this course. Lectures will be provided prior to the field studies in order for the students to learn effectively while on site. After visiting each site, the students are required to write research papers so that they can develop their understanding of what they saw and explore issues of urban transformation. Meeting with experts or those who are involved in the various projects will be arranged wherever possible.
成績評価方法
Your course grade will be comprised of fieldwork research papers (60%=20%x3FSs) and final presentation and paper (40%).
教科書
None
参考書
Brumann, C. and Schulz,E. (eds.) 2012. Urban Spaces in Japan: Cultural and social perspectives. New York: Routledge. Cuthbert, A. R. 2006. The Form of Cities: Political Economy and Urban Design. Malden, MA: Blackwell. Ellin, N. 1996. Postmodern Urbanism, Oxford: Blackwell. Frieden, B.J. and Sagalyn, L.B. 1989. Downtown, Inc.: How America Rebuilds Cities. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Hedman, R. with Jaszewski, A. 1984. Fundamentals of Urban Design. Washington D.C.: Planners Press. Jacobs, A.B. Looking at Cities. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Jacob, J. 1961. The Death and Life of Great American Cities. New York; Random House. Larice, M. and Macdonald, E. (eds) 2013. The Urban Design Reader, New York: Routledge. Lynch, K. 1960. The Image of the City. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Massey, D. 2007. World City. Malden, MA: Polity. Murphy, R.E. (1971, second paperback edition 2009) The Central Business District: A Study in Urban Geography. New Brunswick: Aldine Transaction. Newman, P. and Thornley, A. 2011. Planning World Cities: Globalization and Urban Politics. 2nd ed. New York: Palgrave MacMillan. Sanyal, B., Vale, L.J., and Rosan, C.D. (eds) 2012. Planning Ideas that Matter: Livability, Territoriality, Governance, and Reflective Practice. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Sassen, S. 1991. The Global City. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Short, J. R. 2006. Urban Theory: A Critical Assessment. New York’ Palgrave MacMillan.
履修上の注意
The students need to bring own digital cameras or iPhone cameras for field studies. Appropriate clothing is also required for safety reasons during field studies.