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世界文学と東アジアI(8)

Language, power, and identity in contemporary Japanese literature
This class focuses on the dynamics shaping the relationships among language, power, and identity, and their representation in literary texts written after the Second World War and until the beginning of the 21st century. It discusses issues such as national and world literature, invented traditions, globalisation, and multilingualism.
At the end of this course, the students will have sufficient information about the historical, social, and cultural background of the works read in class. They will have also learned various theories and analytical methodologies, which will allow them to engage with the texts in a critical way and reflect on their relevance in today’s world.
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08F151108
FAS-FA4F11L3
世界文学と東アジアI(8)
HOLCA Irina
A1 A2
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英語
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2
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授業計画
1. Orientation: self-introductions, class schedule, evaluation methods, tech details. 2. Modern to contemporary Japanese literature. National and world literature (Goethe). 3. “Kyoto, the heart of traditional Japan” (I): Kawabata Yasunari, The Old Capital /川端康成『古都』 4. “Kyoto, the heart of traditional Japan” (II): David Zoppetti, Ichigensan/ デビット・ゾペティ『いちげんさん』 5. "Kyoto, the heart of traditional Japan” (III): Yoshida Kyoto, “Kyoto Panorama Project” 6. Writing in the “poetic ravine” between languages (I): Tawada Yoko, "St. George and the Translator"/多和田葉子『アルファベットの傷口』or 『文字移植』 7. Writing in the “poetic ravine” between languages (II) Sawako Nakayasu, Mouth: Eats Color 8. Presentation and essay guidance 9. Marginal/ in-between identities (I): Medoruma Shun "Droplets" et al/ 目取真俊「水滴」その他 10. Marginal/ in-between identities (II): Choe Sil "The Color of the Sky Is the Shape of the Heart"/ 崔実『ジニのパズル』 11. Guest talk (TBD) 12. Student presentations 13. Feedback, wrap-up
授業の方法
Lecture, class discussions, student presentations.
成績評価方法
* Critical comments on assigned readings: 25% * Presentation: 25% * Final project: 50%
教科書
Readings will be provided in pdf.
参考書
Readings will be provided in pdf.
履修上の注意
Students are expected to read and prepare comments/ short presentations on assigned readings, as well as actively participate in class discussions.
その他
The schedule and content of the course is subject to change.