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30843
CAS-GC1L11S2
英語中級
English Language (Intermediate)
LANDAU Samantha
LANDAU Samantha
S1S2 水曜5限
Wed 5th
Introduction to American Gothic Fiction

This course is an overview introduction to American Gothic fiction. In this class, students will learn to read literature in an interdisciplinary way. They will approach American Gothic through the lens of American social issues and in the context of American history. In addition to stories, students may be introduced to history, social criticism, gender theory, cultural theory, and scientific theories that suit the story we are discussing. Students who want to understand psychological, scientific, or historical aspects of literature are encouraged to take this course.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 駒場10号館 10-203 Komaba Bldg.10 Room 10-203
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
31290
CAS-GC1L11S2
英語中級
English Language (Intermediate)
LANDAU Samantha
LANDAU Samantha
S1S2 金曜5限
Fri 5th
Introduction to American Gothic Fiction

This course is an overview introduction to American Gothic fiction. In this class, students will learn to read literature in an interdisciplinary way. They will approach American Gothic through the lens of American social issues and in the context of American history. In addition to stories, students may be introduced to history, social criticism, gender theory, cultural theory, and scientific theories that suit the story we are discussing. Students who want to understand psychological, scientific, or historical aspects of literature are encouraged to take this course.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 駒場10号館 10-303 Komaba Bldg.10 Room 10-303
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
4971390
GII-IA6139L3
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 139
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 139
園田 茂人
Sonoda Shigeto
A1 木曜4限
Thu 4th
“Intellectual Giants” in UTokyo: Critical Evaluation of Their Accomplishments in Contemporary Contexts

ITASIA139 is an annual lecture series that critically examine and evaluate the history of major intellectuals and scholars of or associated with the University of Tokyo in the modern period. By examining intellectual legacies of one of the most important research and education institutions in Japan and the world, this course aims to generate critical understanding of modern knowledge production and circulation in relation to social change and cultural formation in Japan. By so doing, this course also explores potential contribution of Japanese scholarship to the understanding of contemporary global issues. Every year, a specific theme or topic is identified for focused study and discussion, and scholars working on that specific topic are invited from within or outside of Japan to lecture and lead discussions. For 2019, the lectures will focus on the question of “the religious” and address the issues of how (Japanese) religion and religiosity have been understood in relation to the nation-state, nationalism, and modernity by scholars of the University of Tokyo and what social and political implications their understanding has generated. We arranged six lectures by scholars in religious studies and history from the U.S. and Japan to approach these questions.

単位 Credit:1
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 東文研及総合博物館 東文研3F第1会議室 Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, University Museum IASA 1st Conf.
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
5122158
GPP-MP6P20L3
Insurgency and Counterinsurgency
Insurgency and Counterinsurgency
青井 千由紀
AOI Chiyuki
S1S2 火曜4限
Tue 4th

This seminar provides students with a basic understanding of a range of academic and policy issues related to what are frequently called “small wars”, or insurgency and counter-insurgency. The seminar introduces theoretical and empirical approaches to the study of insurgency and counterinsurgency, with a particular focus on historical changes in conceptual frameworks for understanding the phenomena of insurgency, and on how policy and strategic responses have been shaped by such conceptualization. The concept of warfare itself is examined. Seminar Objective: On completion of the seminar, students are expected to demonstrate: a) In-depth understanding of the concepts of insurgency and counterinsurgency. b) In-depth knowledge of history of insurgency and counterinsurgency in the 20th and 21st centuries. c) Ability to appraise competing theories and interpretations of the origin, concept and dynamics of insurgency, and effectiveness of counterinsurgency. d) Ability to engage in policy debates concerning contemporary operations such as Iraq and Afghanistan. e) Ability to use analytical skills and present independent research on topics in this area.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 演習室A International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room A
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
5175003
GPP-DP6P80L3
国際安全保障研究:政治学系(Insurgency and Counterinsurgency)
International Security: Politics(Insurgency and Counterinsurgency)
青井 千由紀
AOI Chiyuki
S1S2 火曜4限
Tue 4th

This seminar provides students with a basic understanding of a range of academic and policy issues related to what are frequently called “small wars”, or insurgency and counter-insurgency. The seminar introduces theoretical and empirical approaches to the study of insurgency and counterinsurgency, with a particular focus on historical changes in conceptual frameworks for understanding the phenomena of insurgency, and on how policy and strategic responses have been shaped by such conceptualization. The concept of warfare itself is examined. Seminar Objective: On completion of the seminar, students are expected to demonstrate: a) In-depth understanding of the concepts of insurgency and counterinsurgency. b) In-depth knowledge of history of insurgency and counterinsurgency in the 20th and 21st centuries. c) Ability to appraise competing theories and interpretations of the origin, concept and dynamics of insurgency, and effectiveness of counterinsurgency. d) Ability to engage in policy debates concerning contemporary operations such as Iraq and Afghanistan. e) Ability to use analytical skills and present independent research on topics in this area.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 演習室A International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room A
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
3799-110
GEN-CO6z70L1
先端光科学講義I
Lecture on Advanced Optical Science I
小芦 雅斗
Masato Koashi
S1S2 月曜2限
Mon 2nd

近年の光科学の発展は目覚しく、その成果は、理学・工学の多岐にわたる分野において活用されている。将来、光科学研究の基礎・応用研究、技術開発などに従事し、その更なる発展を担うことの出来る人材の育成を目指して、光科学研究の基礎から最前線までを、系統的に講義する。夏学期には先端光科学講義Iを開講し、冬学期には先端光科学講義IIを開講する。講義は東京大学、慶應義塾大学、電気通信大学の教員及び、先端光科学分野をリードする企業の研究者によって行われる。 The recent rapid progress in optical science stimulated the development in a variety of research fields in science and technology. For fostering researchers and engineers who will be engaged in basic and applied research fields in academia and industry, fundamentals as well as frontiers in optical science will be introduced in a systematic manner. “Advanced Optical Science I” is offered in the summer semester, and “Advanced Optical Science II” in the winter semester. The courses will be given by professors in the University of Tokyo, Keio University, and the University of Electro-Communications, and by researchers in companies developing advanced technologies in optical science.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 本郷その他(学内等) 理学部化学本館
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
35606-0082
GSC-CH5114E1
先端光科学実験実習II
Laboratory Course of Advanced Optical Science II
山内 薫
YAMANOUCHI, Kaoru
A1A2 集中
Intensive 
先端光科学実験実習II Laboratory Course of Advanced Optical Science II

本実験実習では、光科学研究の基礎・応用研究、技術開発等に将来従事し、そのさらなる発展を担うことのできる人材の育成を目指す。受講生は、実験と実習を通じて、先端光科学および技術に関する実践的な知識と技術を体得する。受講生は、同じ学期に開講される先端光科学講義IまたはIIを受講することが望ましい。夏学期には先端光科学実験実習Iを開講し、冬学期には先端光科学実験実習IIを開講する。実験・実習は東京大学、慶應義塾大学、電気通信大学の教員および、先端光科学の分野をリードする企業の研究者の指導の下に行われる。 The two laboratory courses are designed for fostering researchers and engineers who will be engaged in basic and applied research fields of optical sciences and technologies in academia and industry. Through the experiment and practice, students can learn the advanced knowledge and technology of modern optical science. Those students who take these laboratory courses are encouraged to take the corresponding lecture course, “Advanced Optical Science I or II,” in the same semester. “Laboratory Course of Advanced Optical Science I” is offered in the summer semester, and “Laboratory Course of Advanced Optical Science II” in the winter semester. The instructors of these courses are professors in the University of Tokyo, Keio University, and the University of Electro-Communications, and researchers in companies developing advanced technologies in optical science.

単位 Credit:1
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
35606-0080
GSC-CH5112L1
先端光科学講義II
Lecture on Advanced Optical Science II
山内 薫
YAMANOUCHI, Kaoru
A1A2 集中
Intensive 
先端光科学講義II Lecture on Advanced Optical Science II

近年の光科学の発展は目覚しく、その成果は、理学・工学の多岐にわたる分野において活用されている。将来、光科学研究の基礎・応用研究、技術開発等に従事し、そのさらなる発展を担うことのできる人材の育成を目指して、光科学研究の基礎から最前線までを、系統的に講義する。夏学期には先端光科学講義Iを開講し、冬学期には先端光科学講義IIを開講する。講義は東京大学、慶應義塾大学、電気通信大学の教員および、先端光科学の分野をリードする企業の研究者によって行われる。 The recent rapid progress in optical science stimulated the development in a variety of research fields in science and technology. For fostering researchers and engineers who will be engaged in basic and applied research fields in academia and industry, fundamentals as well as frontiers in optical science will be introduced in a systematic manner. “Advanced Optical Science I” is offered in the summer semester, and “Advanced Optical Science II” in the winter semester. The courses will be given by professors in the University of Tokyo, Keio University, and the University of Electro-Communications, and by researchers in companies developing advanced technologies in optical science.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
23-212-13
GED-IE6241L3
Educational Change in a Global Era: A Theoretical Roadmap to Current Debates
Educational Change in a Global Era: A Theoretical Roadmap to Current Debates
Rappleye, Jeremy Adam
Rappleye, Jeremy Adam
A2 集中
Intensive 

The accelerating pace and global scope of educational change is virtually unprecedented in human history. New international large-scale assessments (ILAs) such as PISA, PIAAC, Pisa-for-Development, and the Global Higher Education Rankings grab most global headlines, but parallel changes are underway at the institutional level: university internationalization, Super Global High Schools, expansion of graduate programs, and introduction of the International Baccalaureate (IB) curricula, to raise only a few prominent examples from Japan. What is driving this momentous change? Is there a convergence in education policy and practice globally? Are we witnessing a consensual progress, coercive processes, or something else altogether? What are the likely effects of all this change? How might we begin to analyze all of this? This course aims to provide a basic sketch – what we will call a ‘roadmap’ – to different theories that have attempted to answer these questions. It provides a general overview of 5-6 dominant theoretical schools: Functionalism, Micro-Realism, Historical Institutionalism, Macro-Realism (Marxism), World Culture (Neo-Institutionalism), post-colonialism, and perhaps post-structuralism, if time permits. Students who take the course will learn the historical backdrop of these theoretical schools, become familiar with representative works, and see how such theories are mobilized to explain empirical realities. This course is perhaps particularly important in the Japanese context. Comparative Education in Japan has been largely dominated by two competing schools: those who work deeply with context and those who work on issues related to development (kaihatsu). Meanwhile, much of the Sociology of Education in Japan largely adheres to functionalism and historical institutionalism, and quite often begins with methodological nationalism (i.e., attempts to locate the drivers of educational change within a given national context). It is imperative that a new generation of Japanese scholars become familiar with and adept at engaging with theory: it is a crucial component of making Japanese educational research more visible and ‘intelligible’ on the global stage, as well as mount a response to theoretical schools that (mis)interpret empirical realities outside Western countries. More than anything, this course seeks to provide a space for students to understand the basics of theory and how it is an important entry-point for entering in on-going global debates. As such, no prior knowledge of theory is necessary, only a curiosity and ability to think in macro-sociological terms. Please note: Students who took the course last year are welcome to attend again. We will cover some of the same material, but we will also think about a new way of 'mapping' the theoretical terrain, depending on who enrolls in the course. Closer to the time and depending on enrollment the instructor will adjust the course material, although the overall objectives/view discussed above will remain largely the same.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 図書館研究所学部等 教育学部棟・450A演習室
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
31D350-0600A
Theory of Normativity in Global Society V
Theory of Normativity in Global Society V
ウィニッチャクン トンチャイ
WINICHAKUL Thongchai
A1 未定
To Be Arranged 
Colonial legacies in Modern Southeast Asia

This discussion/ seminar class will explore the legacies of colonialism and its influences in modern Southeast Asian countries. Via the readings on various topics regarding many countries in the region, the class will discuss the traces of colonial modernity that remain and still have impacts on the livelihood of those countries in the following aspects: the creation of the modern states, their politics, rule of law, ethnic or racial relations and conflicts, higher education, and history.

単位 Credit:1
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

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