グローバル社会の文化表象(English class)

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グローバル社会の文化表象(English class)
Studies of Culture and Representation in a Global Society
B102760002 2 2 前期集中 専門科目 AELAC2437-J1 割外 A15-421(研究室) 青木 賜鶴子・他

オフィスアワー

Office hours:Wednesday 12:15-12:50
or, if necessary, at other times (best arranged in advance by email)

授業目標

Course objectives
Taking classical Japanese literature (Heian literature) as the principal focus of study, and with particular attention to representations of Japanese culture occurring in global society, the course aim is to enable students to accomplish the following two objectives:
(1) be able todemonstrate familiarity with the reception of Japanese culture abroad (for example, in Japonisme);
(2) be able to demonstrate an understanding of the characteristic features of Japanese culture.

教科書

Textbooks
Handouts will be distributed in class.

参考書

Reference books
To be specified in class.

授業時間外の学習(準備学習等について)

Outside preparation
Preparation for the topic of the next lecture; attempting to grasp contents of the previous lecture.

授業の概要

Course Descrption
Focusing principally on Heian literary works such as Genjimonogatari(The Tale of Genji) and Isemonogatari(Tales of Ise), we will consider Japanese cultural works occurring in global culture. We will examine Japanese classical tales, with attention also to the Japonisme of late 19th century Europe, Japanese artworks brought from Japan, and the study of Japanese literature abroad. A deeper appreciation of Japanese culture will be cultivated. If possible, students will also develop practical knowledge through extracurricular activities.

授業計画

Course Topics
Class 1: Guidance
Classes 2-5: Japonisme(Japonism)
Classes 6-10: The attraction and impact of Japanese literature.
Classes 11-14: The aesthetic sense of the Japanese
Class 15: Conclusion
Depending on students' circumstances, field training may also be included.

成績評価

Grading
Grades will be based on combination of class participation (40%), and a final report (60%). Class participation involves responding accurately to questions asked by the instructor in class. To receive credit, students must accomplish at least one of the objectives listed in 3 above.