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Comparative Studies of Social and Cultural Diversity IV

Introduction to Affect and Sensory Studies
This course is an introduction to affect and sensory studies. In recent years, emotions and the senses have become a vibrant topic of research in a range of disciplines from humanities and social sciences to biology and psychology. Scholars in these growing fields have argued for the importance of understanding how technological, economic, and cultural changes transformed people’s emotional and sensory experience. Yet, due to the interdisciplinary nature of this growing field, there is no consensus on theoretical grounds or methodological frameworks in studying emotions and the senses. The course aims to help students understand theories and methodologies employed by scholars in the fields and critically analyze how, of if, affect and sensory studies would contribute to expanding and/or deepening the existing scholarly knowledge.
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31D350-0234A
Comparative Studies of Social and Cultural Diversity IV
久野 愛
A1 A2
火曜2限
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講義使用言語
英語
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2
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授業計画
Week1. Oct. 3: Introduction [in-person: Daiwa Ubiquitous Computing Research Bldg. Room 204] Week2. Oct. 10: Turn to Affect and Senses Week3. Oct. 17: Feeling Modern Week4. Oct. 24: What Is Emotion? Week5. Oct. 31: How Emotions Are Made Week6. Nov. 7: Designing the Senses and Emotions Week7. Nov. 14: Body, Senses, and Knowing Week8. Nov. 21: Affective and Sensory Relationships Week9. Dec. 5: Aesthetics and Capitalism Week10. Dec. 19: Group work Week11. Dec. 26: Affective Labor Week12. Jan. 9: Bridging Affect and Sensory Studies Week13. Jan. 16: Presentation and Final Discussion 10:25-12:10 (105 min)
授業の方法
The course is based primarily on discussion. We will meet in-person (including the first day) unless otherwise noted.
成績評価方法
Active Participation (50%): You will be expected to attend all class sessions and to participate actively. Students are expected to have completed all assignments and to have thought about them before class. Short Presentation (5%): One or two students will make a short presentation (no more than 15 minutes) on reading assignments each week. Two Short Papers (10%): All students are required to submit short papers based on reading assignments of your choice (select two themes/weeks). Final Project (35%)
教科書
Reading materials will be provided in class.
参考書
Details will be announced in class.
履修上の注意
You will be expected to attend all class sessions and to participate actively. This will require you to have completed all assignments and to have thought about them before class.