|科目名||HIROSHIMA and PEACE for Graduate Students|
CARSON Luke, FURUZAWA Yoshiaki, KURASHINA Itsuki, MUTO Ayaka, OTA Ikukot, YUASA Masae and others
|履修対象||Master and Doctoral students|
Hiroshima is not merely a site memorializing its tragic atomic bombing in the last century, but a vigorous city in the new century, where students from diverse backgrounds can come together to study and discuss important issues related to world peace. The need to rethink the legacy of Hiroshima is growing, as serious threats to peace arise. The lectures in this summer course will be given not only by specialists in peace research, but also by policy maker of peace policy of Hiroshima City.
In addition to the lectures, the course will feature several special programs: visits to the Atomic Bomb Dome and Peace Memorial Museum, participation in the Peace Memorial Ceremony on August 6th, and discussion with atomic bomb survivors. Both undergraduate and graduate students (in a Master's or Doctoral program) are eligible to earn credits in the course.
The aim of this undergraduate course is to provide students with a general understanding of the nature and attributes of war and peace by illuminating various aspects of wartime experiences, including the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, and, at the same time, to explore contemporary issues relating to world peace in a global era.
The course will be conducted in English, so the ability to use spoken and written English is essential.
In addition to the undergraduate lectures and special programs, graduate students will attend several more advanced lectures and discussion sessions.
Those who consider participating in this course MUST attend the orientation session which will be held in the 5th period on April 7. In case you cannot attend this orientation, contact Professor YUASA (Faculty of International Studies) before.
English is the medium of instruction. Therefore, students need to have a good command of spoken and written English.
April 14, 5th period (scheduled).
Those who consider taking part in H&P MUST attend this orientation. In case you cannot attend this, you have to immediately contact Professor YUASA (Faculty of International Studies). If you fail to do so, you will not be allowed to take this course.
Summer Intensive Course
August 1 - August 9
For more detailed schedule information, access to our web site.
|評価方法||Graduate students' grades for the course will be based on the quality of their participation in the classes and performance in a group project task where they will have the opportunity to show the knowledge and perspectives they have gained during the course.|
|教科書等||Handouts will be distributed if necessary.|
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