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30790
CAS-PG1F22L3
数学Ⅱ②(PEAK)
Mathematics II ② (PEAK)
松尾 厚
MATSUO Atsushi
S1S2 水曜3限
Wed 3rd
Introductory course in linear algebra

Students will study the properties of vectors, matrices and determinants as well as the concepts of abstract vector spaces and linear maps on such spaces. Various applications of these concepts will also be presented.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 駒場5号館 523教室 Komaba Bldg.5 Room 523
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
30791
CAS-PF1722L3
数学Ⅱ②(PEAK)
Mathematics II ② (PEAK)
松尾 厚
MATSUO Atsushi
S1S2 水曜3限
Wed 3rd
Introductory course in linear algebra

Students will study the properties of vectors, matrices and determinants as well as the concepts of abstract vector spaces and linear maps on such spaces. Various applications of these concepts will also be presented.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 駒場5号館 523教室 Komaba Bldg.5 Room 523
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
30789
CAS-TC1200S1
全学自由研究ゼミナール(PEAK)(数学Ⅱ②)(Mathematics II②)
Specialized Seminar
松尾 厚
MATSUO Atsushi
S1S2 水曜3限
Wed 3rd
Introductory course in linear algebra

Students will study the properties of vectors, matrices and determinants as well as the concepts of abstract vector spaces and linear maps on such spaces. Various applications of these concepts will also be presented.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 駒場5号館 523教室 Komaba Bldg.5 Room 523
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
08C2127
FAS-CA4J26S3
イギリス表象芸術論演習
British Arts (Seminar)
THURGILL James Christopher
THURGILL James Christopher
S1S2 火曜3限
Tue 3rd
Writing the landscape: British Nature Writing at the turn of the 20th century and beyond

Beginning with a short introduction to cultural geography, this course will introduce students to key figures of British nature and landscape writing from the turn of the 20th century and beyond. The class explores the various ways in which writers have tried to represent the vibrant spaces and dynamic wildlife that surrounds them, from wilderness to urban ‘edgelands’. You will think about how the changing of landscapes, and the communities who inhabit them, has had an impact on the way we think about and describe the natural world. The course aims to reflect nature writing in the widest sense of the term, and therefore covers a range of conceptions of and engagements with nature, including those found in ecospirituality, folklore, philosophy, ecohorror and more. The course is designed to help you think critically about the uses of descriptive writings and their connection to the world around us. You will consider nature beyond its everyday representation(s) and will be introduced to more-than-representational approaches to the landscape. Furthermore, you will be learning about and engaging in the practice of place writing, producing your own short creative reflections on the landscape. A number of short readings will provide an opportunity to enable discussion and develop comprehension of the English text itself. Students will be expected to read excerpts on a weekly basis as preparation for in-class work.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 駒場8号館 8-113 Komaba Bldg.8 Room 8-113
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
5130250
GPP-MP6Z30L3
Mathematics for Public Policy
Mathematics for Public Policy
柿中 真
KAKINAKA Makoto
A1A2 土曜3限 土曜4限
Sat 3rd Sat 4th

This course introduces fundamental mathematical tools that are useful in analyzing various public policies in a scientific way. By taking this course, you will be able to systematically and intuitively apply mathematical methods to economic and management issues and utilize them for your research on public policy issues. The focus of this course is on (i) fundamental elements and (ii) applications to real world issues. The fundamental elements include functions, sequence and series, differentiation, unconstrained and constrained optimization, integration, and matrix algebra. We also cover simple versions of differential and difference equations to understand the basic concept of dynamic systems. It is important for you to realize in advance that this course is a building block for any further study of public policy.

単位 Credit:1
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 講義室B International Academic Research Bldg. Lecture Hall B
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
08B0022
FAS-BA4A01S3
専門英語(22)
English for Research (22)
THURGILL James Christopher
THURGILL James Christopher
S1S2 火曜3限
Tue 3rd
Writing the landscape: British Nature Writing at the turn of the 20th century and beyond

Beginning with a short introduction to cultural geography, this course will introduce students to key figures of British nature and landscape writing from the turn of the 20th century and beyond. The class explores the various ways in which writers have tried to represent the vibrant spaces and dynamic wildlife that surrounds them, from wilderness to urban ‘edgelands’. You will think about how the changing of landscapes, and the communities who inhabit them, has had an impact on the way we think about and describe the natural world. The course aims to reflect nature writing in the widest sense of the term, and therefore covers a range of conceptions of and engagements with nature, including those found in ecospirituality, folklore, philosophy, ecohorror and more. The course is designed to help you think critically about the uses of descriptive writings and their connection to the world around us. You will consider nature beyond its everyday representation(s) and will be introduced to more-than-representational approaches to the landscape. Furthermore, you will be learning about and engaging in the practice of place writing, producing your own short creative reflections on the landscape. A number of short readings will provide an opportunity to enable discussion and develop comprehension of the English text itself. Students will be expected to read excerpts on a weekly basis as preparation for in-class work.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 駒場8号館 8-113 Komaba Bldg.8 Room 8-113
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
08A0025
FAS-AA4A01S3
共通英語(25)
English (25)
THURGILL James Christopher
THURGILL James Christopher
A1A2 未定
To Be Arranged 
Writing the landscape: British Nature Writing at the turn of the 20th century and beyond

Beginning with a short introduction to cultural geography, this course will introduce students to key figures of British nature and landscape writing from the turn of the 20th century and beyond. The class explores the various ways in which writers have tried to represent the vibrant spaces and dynamic wildlife that surrounds them, from wilderness to urban ‘edgelands’. You will think about how the changing of landscapes, and the communities who inhabit them, has had an impact on the way we think about and describe the natural world. The course aims to reflect nature writing in the widest sense of the term, and therefore covers a range of conceptions of and engagements with nature, including those found in ecospirituality, folklore, philosophy, ecohorror and more. The course is designed to help you think critically about the uses of descriptive writings and their connection to the world around us. You will consider nature beyond its everyday representation(s) and will be introduced to more-than-representational approaches to the landscape. Furthermore, you will be learning about and engaging in the practice of place writing, producing your own short creative reflections on the landscape. A number of short readings will provide an opportunity to enable discussion and develop comprehension of the English text itself. Students will be expected to read excerpts on a weekly basis as preparation for in-class work.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 未定 To Be Arranged
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
08A0302
FAS-AA4A01S3
共通英語(教職英語コミュニケーション2)
English (Teaching Profession 2)
THURGILL James Christopher
THURGILL James Christopher
A1A2 未定
To Be Arranged 
Writing the landscape: British Nature Writing at the turn of the 20th century and beyond

Beginning with a short introduction to cultural geography, this course will introduce students to key figures of British nature and landscape writing from the turn of the 20th century and beyond. The class explores the various ways in which writers have tried to represent the vibrant spaces and dynamic wildlife that surrounds them, from wilderness to urban ‘edgelands’. You will think about how the changing of landscapes, and the communities who inhabit them, has had an impact on the way we think about and describe the natural world. The course aims to reflect nature writing in the widest sense of the term, and therefore covers a range of conceptions of and engagements with nature, including those found in ecospirituality, folklore, philosophy, ecohorror and more. The course is designed to help you think critically about the uses of descriptive writings and their connection to the world around us. You will consider nature beyond its everyday representation(s) and will be introduced to more-than-representational approaches to the landscape. Furthermore, you will be learning about and engaging in the practice of place writing, producing your own short creative reflections on the landscape. A number of short readings will provide an opportunity to enable discussion and develop comprehension of the English text itself. Students will be expected to read excerpts on a weekly basis as preparation for in-class work.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 未定 To Be Arranged
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
30113
CAS-TC1200S1
全学自由研究ゼミナール(PEAK)(社会・制度Ⅱ)(Society and Institutions II)
Specialized Seminar
ジロドウ イザベル
GIRAUDOU Isabelle
S1S2 月曜2限
Mon 2nd
Earth System Governance

Whether or not the Anthropocene is officially accepted as Earth's new geological epoch, the phenomenon demands transformative human responses – but how to bridge the gap between the reality of global environmental governance and the requirements identified by natural and social scientists who have taken the condition of the earth system seriously? Drawing on complementary fields of knowledge (Critical Environmental Law, Governance studies, STS*), this course explores the implications of the Anthropocene narrative for global-scale governance and examines the emergence of innovative governance frameworks for dealing with global 'environmental' challenges such as human-induced climate change and other kinds of anthropogenic transformations of ecosystems. Through short interactive lectures, case studies, scenario analysis and role-play simulations, we will discuss a variety of regulatory frameworks, decision-making processes, institutional arrangements, and mechanisms, at the interface of science and policy. In so doing, we will engage in a critical examination of both the relevance and legitimacy of these emerging forms of governance in an era of planetary transformation and disruption. (*) For ‘Science, Technology and Society’ studies

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 駒場5号館 515教室 Komaba Bldg.5 Room 515
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
47220-26
GFS-SS6B08L3
サステイナビリティ学最前線
Frontier of Sustainability Science
小貫 元治
ONUKI Motoharu
S1S2 集中
Intensive 
Frontier of Sustainability Science サステイナビリティ学最前線(2)

This course is designed to learn a great variety of researches conducted at the frontier of “Sustainability Science”, through the latest research outcomes of Sustainability Science Consortium (SSC) and Integrated Research System for Sustainability Science (IR3S). SSC and IR3S were established to develop sustainability research, education, and public outreach programs and to strengthen coordination between national and local government, corporations, NPOs and other organizations while developing practical measures for technological innovation and social transformation (http://ssc-g.net/en/). By understanding a variety of academic fields related to sustainability and interactions among them, students will come to take part in the process of integrating multiple academic disciplines to implement sustainability science approach.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 新領域環境棟 3F 講義室3 Environmental Studies, GSFS Lecture Room 3
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English

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