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グローバル教養科目(Material Culture, Public History, and Social Change: Current Debates on Monuments Around the World)

Material Culture, Public History, and Social Change: Current Debates on Monuments Around the World
【Please note that you are assessed on a Pass/Fail basis in this course.】

Familiarize with historical and current definitions of “material culture,” "monument,” and “memorial," both locally and globally.

Evaluate current debates around controversial monuments and memorials, as a way to reflect on political, social, and racial justice movements around the world.

Practice analyzing “material culture texts” in order to determine the author’s perspective, intended message, rhetorical features, and audience reception.

Practice ethnographic research through direct observation and analysis of local monuments and memorials.

Practice academic writing, presentation, and discussion in English.

Collaborate with other students through group discussion and reflection in English.
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時間割/共通科目コード
コース名
教員
学期
時限
7V0101014-P/F
FGL-GL3114S3
グローバル教養科目(Material Culture, Public History, and Social Change: Current Debates on Monuments Around the World)
INSERRA INCORONATA
A1 A2
火曜4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
NO
他学部履修
開講所属
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授業計画
Week 1: (Online) Week 2: Introduction to Material Culture Studies Week 3: Material Cultural analysis method Week 4: Defining monuments and memorials Week 5-6: Monuments and memorials around the world (Online) Week 7-8-9: Monument debates Weeks 10-11: Ethnographic Project (Online) Week 12: Student Presentations Week 13: Final reflection & course evaluations (Online)
授業の方法
This course will involve a combination of lectures, discussions, presentations, writing exercizes, and fieldtrips
成績評価方法
Attendance & Class Participation: 20% Homework: 30% (Source Reports+Reading Notes+Reflection writing) Ethnographic Project: 40% (Monument Observation & Analysis+Class Presentation) Class Discussion Leading: 10%
教科書
There is no required textbook for this course. Readings and resources will be provided on Google Classrooms
参考書
None
履修上の注意
Students do not need to have previous research experience or knowledge of the topic.
その他
1.October 3 (online) 2.October 10 3.October 17 4.October 24 5.October 31 (online) 6.November 7 (online) 7.November 14 8.December 5 9.December 12 10.December 19 (online) 11.December 26 (online) 12.January 9 13.January 16 (online)