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Special Lecture on Global Society III

Disasters and the Law
This course explores how environmental risks, hazards and disasters within contemporary societies can be conceptualised and contextualised under a governance framework. Through short interactive lectures, case studies, and role-play simulations, students examine the progressive emergence of innovative regulatory settings and integrated regimes designed to deal with catastrophes in the Anthropocene. They discuss from the critical perspective a variety of topics and approaches, including earth system governance, environmental justice, ecoviolence as ecocide, adaptive law, climate disaster law and policy, as well as international cooperation and asian law in disasters. The last two sessions are devoted to an analytic-deliberative process through which different teams of students present their proposal for better disaster governance in the Anthropocene.
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31D350-0420S
Special Lecture on Global Society III
ジロドウ イザベル
S1 S2
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教室
駒場8号館 8-210
講義使用言語
英語
単位
2
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授業計画
WEEK 1 - Introductory lecture and guidance: basic notions, terminology, course plan, learning methods, readings and other sources’ overview WEEK 2 - Governing risks, hazards and disasters in theory and practice (Introductory lecture + group and classroom discussions based on pre-assigned readings) WEEKS 3/4 - Risks, hazards and disasters in the Anthopocene: ‘Earth-system governance’ as a new trend in theory and practice (Introductory lecture + group and classroom discussions based on pre-assigned readings) WEEKS 5/6/7 - Climate disaster law (Interactive short lectures + group and classroom discussions based on pre-assigned readings + case studies) W5: International environmental law and climate disasters W6: Climate-induced displacement and climate disaster law W7: Adaptive law WEEKS 8/9 - Ecoviolence and ecological disasters (Interactive short lectures + group and classroom discussions based on pre-assigned readings + case studies) W8: Ecoviolence: legal pathways and approaches to justice W9: Ecological disasters as crimes against humanity? WEEKS 10/11 - Asian law in disasters: focus on Japan (Interactive short lectures + group and classroom discussions based on pre-assigned readings + case studies) W10: Lessons from the 2011 East Japan Earthquake (selected issues) W11: International cooperation for disaster management and Japan’s contribution WEEKS 12/13 - A proposal for better disaster governance in the Anthropocene: testing an analytic-deliberative process (Oral presentations and simulation of a consultation process)
授業の方法
Due to the situation with Covid-19, this course will be conducted entirely online. There will be live online short interactive lectures followed by group and classroom discussions based upon pre-assigned questions (on Wednesdays at 1:00pm). However, as not all PEAK students may be able to attend these, it will be possible to obtain all information and undertake all activities asynchronously i.e. there will be no penalty to students who cannot attend the online class. ※ In weeks 1&2, we will have trial Zoom meetings in preparation for the actual online classes, to start from week 3. URL: https://zoom.us/***** Meeting ID: ***** Meeting PW: ***** Do not share this information with third parties. Please use your full name as your user ID (you will not be admitted in the Zoom classroom if you don't).
成績評価方法
Due to the unusual situation as a result of the Covid-19 virus, the assessment for the course is currently under consideration and will be decided and communicated in due course. Timely completion and submission of the weekly assignments will form an important part of the assessment, so be advised to focus your attention on these from the outset.
教科書
Will not use texbook. Most reading materials will be made availbale on ITC-LMS.
参考書
Will not use reference book. Reference books will be introduced throughout the course.
履修上の注意
No prior study of environmental regulation and policy is required, but a strong interest and a serious commitment to learning about environmental issues from an cross-disciplinary perspective is essential. This class is partly conducted in the active learning style, and constructive participation by students is highly encouraged. FOR FURTHER DETAILS AND UPDATES, SEE ON ITC-LMS, or make contact with Isabelle GIRAUDOU: *****