学部後期課程
HOME 学部後期課程 グローバル教養科目(The “SDGs” Contested)
過去(2023年度)の授業の情報です
2024年6月24日9時からメンテナンスを行います
短時間で終了する予定ですが、ログイン状態がリセットされるので再度ログインして下さい

学内のオンライン授業の情報漏洩防止のため,URLやアカウント、教室の記載は削除しております。
最終更新日:2024年4月22日

授業計画や教室は変更となる可能性があるため、必ずUTASで最新の情報を確認して下さい。
UTASにアクセスできない方は、担当教員または部局教務へお問い合わせ下さい。

グローバル教養科目(The “SDGs” Contested)

Cinema and the SDGs: Critical Perspectives on Sustainability through Film
Do you enjoy watching good movies? Are you interested in global environmental issues such as the SDGs? If your answer to both questions is "yes", this course is for you! First, we will explore academic literature in the field of political ecology relevant to sustainability and the SDGs; then, we will put the knowledge gained into practice by watching (good) movies and discussing how the films that we as global citizens consume can help us understand environmental and sustainability issues, and in which ways our own personal perceptions and academic views on nature-society links are shaped by the process. Concepts from political ecology that will be covered in the course include environmental justice, ecosystem services, nature contributions to people, ecological economics, de-growth, or ecofeminism, among others. This is a fun, rewarding course both personally and academically. To take this course you do not need to have any specific background (students across any arts & sciences fields are all welcome); yet students are required to taking the time to diligently watch all the movies in whole, with a critical, academic eye. While some (initial) films will be chosen by the instructor, as the semester advances, students will propose films to watch and will lead the follow-up class discussion about them.
MIMA Search
時間割/共通科目コード
コース名
教員
学期
時限
7V0101006-G
FGL-GL3106S3
グローバル教養科目(The “SDGs” Contested)
MORENO PENARANDA RAQUEL
S1 S2
金曜2限
マイリストに追加
マイリストから削除
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
YES
他学部履修
開講所属
グローバル教育センター
授業計画
(See list of films below) Week 1 (Friday 7th April ~) Introduction to the course. Short interactive presentation by instructor on key concepts and assigned readings. Introduction to film #1 Week 2 (Friday 14th April ~) Completing assigned readings; watching film #1; answering reflection questions. Week 3 (Friday 21st April ~) Class discussion on film#1 (instructor-lead). Short interactive presentation by instructor on key concepts and assigned readings. Introduction to film #2. Week 4 (Friday 28th April~) Completing assigned readings; watching film #2; answering reflection questions. Week 5 (Friday 12th May ~) Class discussion on film#2 (instructor-lead). Short interactive presentation by instructor on key concepts and assigned readings. Introduction to film #3. Week 6 (Friday 19th May ~) Completing assigned readings; watching film#3; answering reflection questions. Week 7 (Friday 26th May ~) Class discussion on film#3 (student(s)-lead). Middle of semester interactive Q&A session. Week 8 (Friday 9th June ~) Short interactive presentation by instructor on key concepts and assigned readings. Introduction to film#4 and film#5. Week 9 (Friday 16th June ~) Completing assigned readings; watching film#4 & film#5; answering reflection questions. Week 10 (Friday 23nd June ~) Class discussion on film#4 (student(s)-lead) followed by class-discussion on film#5 (student(s)-lead) Week 11 (Friday 30th June~) Final review session Week 12 (Friday 7th July ~) Final questionnaire Week 13 (Friday 14th July ~) Reflection *Proposed films (subject to change by discussion leaders) Film #1: Avatar (2009) by James Cameron https://www.imdb.com/***** Film #2: Okja (2017) by Bong Joon Ho https://www.imdb.com/***** Film #3: Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984) by Hayao Miyazaki https://www.imdb.com/***** Film#4: A Simple Life (2011) by Ann Hui https://www.imdb.com/***** Film #5: Avatar: The Way of Water (2022) by James Cameron https://www.imdb.com/*****
授業の方法
There will be short interactive presentations by the instructor and assigned readings that students must complete prior to class. Films will be watched online. Following film watching and reading completion, students will be asked to answer short reflection questions in preparation for class discussion on the following week. Initially, discussion will be led by the instructor; later on, students (individually and/or in groups) will take the lead; student-lead discussions will include a brief presentation. At the end of the course, students will be asked to complete a final questionnaire reflecting on the main concepts/issues covered throughout the course. The course uses an active learning approach and students take a leading role in organizing class discussions, working in small groups. The course is taught in English but it is designed in an accessible, inclusive way to facilitate that local and international students can interact fruitfully despite certain language barriers.
成績評価方法
Please note that you are assessed on a Pass/Fail basis in this course. Student-lead discussion session: 15% Reflection questions: 10% (x5) Participation: 15% Final questionnaire: 20%
教科書
適用しない/Not apply
参考書
適用しない/Not apply
履修上の注意
(1) Up to 20 students will be, in principle, allowed to register for this class. (2) If more than 20 students come to the first class, instructors make a selection. For details, please follow their guidance.
実務経験と授業科目の関連性
I have worked in a variety of international organizations (e.g. the World Bank, The United Nations, environmental NGOs) involved in sustainable development projects in different parts of the world (e.g. Africa, South-East Asia, South-America)