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社会・環境・健康と東アジアI(10)

Japanese Cinema: the 1960s
In this course, we will study Japanese cinema of the 1960s through the lens of relevant works of film theory and analysis. Through screenings, readings, and discussion of exemplary works by directors working during the 1960s, we will explore how postwar Japanese film has represented society, class, gender, the family, love, the nation, and socio-political conflict. We will take an interdisciplinary and comparative approach to consider recent debates concerning the dynamics of national specificity. Beyond considering cinema as a means for understanding society, politics, and culture, we will explore the nature of cinematic texts themselves, not so much as expressions or reflections of cultural identity, but as reflexive constructions which themselves create meaning. This course invites you to productively engage with a variety of analytical concepts such as: criticism; interpretation; stardom; mass culture; form; narrative; and more.

This course provides an opportunity for you to both expand your critical understanding of cinema, and to hone the skills necessary to write effective, personal responses to films and film-critical texts. In addition to exploring screen culture, you will be introduced to a series of texts that exemplify different styles of analysis and forms of persuasive argument. For the final writing assignment, you will learn strategies for effective use of both primary and secondary sources though summary, paraphrase, quotation, and proper citation. In this fashion, this course will familiarize you with the kinds of writing that are specific to the discipline of film studies.
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時間割/共通科目コード
コース名
教員
学期
時限
08F151410
FAS-FA4F14L3
社会・環境・健康と東アジアI(10)
ROBERTS Mark
A1 A2
火曜3限
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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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授業計画
A detailed course syllabus will be posted on ITC-LMS.
授業の方法
This course will be focused primarily on discussion of films and assigned readings. During class, film clips will serve as points of departure for analysis and discussion. All films are provided online. Students are expected to watch all assigned films outside of class and come prepared for in-depth discussion. In addition, the instructor will give several lectures on theoretical approaches and writing strategies.
成績評価方法
No quizzes Participation in class discussions: 25% Weekly web reports: 35% Final paper (5-7 pages): 40%
教科書
This is a reading-intensive course. All required readings will be provided in the form of PDF files on the course web site.
参考書
A detailed bibliography of course readings is provided with the official syllabus (via ITC-LMS).
履修上の注意
This discussion-intensive course will be conducted in English. 13 students, maximum. To be admitted to the course, you MUST complete the survey "Academic Writing and You" on the course web site (ITS-LMS).