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History of Transnational Markets and Civil Society II

Museum and Cultural Representations
This course will focus on the dynamics of cultural representations in contemporary society through the lens of museums. The instructor's geographic focus is Hawai'i but the class will spend considerable amount of time talking about cultural representations of and in Japan. The class combines readings with exploring some visits to actual sites to enhance awareness and understanding of the narratives embedded in museum representations. Particular attention will be paid to the dynamics of representations of race and gender.
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31D350-0294A
History of Transnational Markets and Civil Society II
矢口 祐人
A1 A2
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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
他学部履修
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総合文化研究科
授業計画
We will be reading academic articles to gain a solid theoretical understanding of cultural representations and also to discuss concrete issues. The class is discussion-based and active participation is required in every class session.
授業の方法
Students are expected to do all the readings and come prepared to engage in discussions every week. (This is not an appropriate class for those whose preference is to listen to lectures.) Students are asked to visit museums during the semester to contextualize the theoretical readings we do in class in actual practice.
成績評価方法
Attendance, participation, a small project and a final paper. Details will be give on the first day of class.
教科書
A detailed syllabus will be provided on the first day (October 4). All the reading materials will be available electronically through our library system.
参考書
TBA
履修上の注意
This will be an online class. The first day of class is October 4 at 1300. Note there will be a number of weeks where there will be no classes and you will be asked to visit museums on your own. To make up for the lack of sessions, there will be in-person sessions held in a day at the end of the semester (the date will be discussed in class). For museum visits, the students are expected to bear the cost of transportation and admission fee. Although the contents of the class are similar to the previous year, the students who wish to repeat the class may do so, provided they will be going to different museums on their own.
その他
Those who completed this course last year are welcome to join, as the reading materials and discussion topics will be different. However, the overall theme will be the same.