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Internationnal Studies Courses

*Our college aims to offer the following courses taught in English, but in the present academic year not all courses will run.

International Studies Courses(Spring/Fall Semester)

Course Title Course Description Lecturer Days / Term
Cities and Media
都市とメディア
The aim of this lecture is to analyze interactions among Japanese cities (including Tokyo) along with the analysis of media from a global viewpoint. TAKAMATSU Mari
高松 麻理
Lecturer
Tuesday/Spring Semester 2013
The Earth and the Environment
地球と環境
The aim of this course is to promote a better understanding of natural phenomena on the earth’s surface in order to reduce natural disasters, and to consider the relationship between nature and human beings. TAKAHASHI Kentaro
高橋 健太郎
Lecturer
Friday/Fall Semester 2013
Asian Culture1
アジアの文化1
The aim of this course is to survey Asian culture from a historical perspective, and to appreciate its universal value. TATENO Masami M.D.
舘野 正美
Professor on the Faculty of Humanities and Sciences, Nihon University
Wednesday/Spring Semester 2013
Asian Culture2
アジアの文化2
The aim of this course is to survey Asian culture from a historical perspective, and to appreciate its universal value. TATENO Masami M.D.
舘野 正美
Professor on the Faculty of Humanities and Sciences, Nihon University
Wednesday/Fall Semester 2013
International Affairs1
国際情勢1
The course covers structural changes within the international community, concentrating on international affairs in the Cold War years. No Classes
International Affairs2
国際情勢2
The course covers structural changes within the international community, concentrating on international affairs in the Cold War years. MURAKAMI Naohisa
村上 直久
Lecturer
Friday/Fall Semester 2013

Japanese Studies Courses(Spring/Fall Semester)

Course Title Course Description Lecturer Days / Term
Culture of Japan1
日本文化論1
This is a course on Introduction to Contemporary Japanese Culture and Society. AOYAGI Hiroshi Ph.D.
青柳 寛
Lecturer
Monday/Spring Semester 2013
Culture of Japan2
日本文化論2
This course will thematize an anthropological approach to Japanese popular culture. AOYAGI Hiroshi Ph.D.
青柳 寛
Lecturer
Monday/Fall Semester 2013
The Japanese and Religion
日本人と宗教
The aim of this course is to survey the significance of religion among the Japanese from a historical perspective. UMEKAWA Sumiyo
梅川 純代
Lecturer
Wednesday/Spring Semester 2013
History of Japan
日本の歴史
This course gives an overview of the history of Japan. No Classes
History of the Eastern World
東洋の歴史
The course gives an overview of the history of the Eastern world. UMEKAWA Sumiyo
梅川 純代
Lecturer
Wednesday/Fall Semester 2013
Literature of Japan
日本の文学
This course focuses on the contemporary literature of Japan with reference to selected writers, and considers the originality and universality of Japanese literature. UMEWAKA Naohiko Ph.D.
梅若 猶彦
Lecturer
Monday/Fall Semester 2013
Sociology of Japan
日本の社会学
The course examines the issues of ‘family’ and ‘the trend of nuclear families’. No Classes
Geography of Japan
日本の地理
The course recognizes the role of geography in regional issues in Japan. No Classes
Intercultural Communication
異文化コミュニケーション
This course explores what is needed to coexist with different cultures, mainly from the viewpoint of communication. No Classes
Introduction to the History of Japanese Art
日本美術史入門
This course gives an overview of the styles of the major artists in the history of Japanese art and explains their effects through the ages. No Classes