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7031012考古学(特殊講義)

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科目ナンバリング
  • G-LET27 67031 LJ38
開講年度・開講期 2020・後期
単位数 2 単位
授業形態 特殊講義
対象学生 大学院生
使用言語 英語
曜時限 月4
教員
  • 吉井 秀夫(文学研究科 教授)
  • 下垣 仁志(文学研究科 准教授)
  • 冨井 眞(文学研究科 助教)
  • 内記 理(文学研究科 助教)
授業の概要・目的 In this special lecture, we offer an overview of various archaeological studies about the prehistoric and ancient East Asia, with the results of our researches and studies. We also examine the characteristics of the archaeological studies of the East Asia in Japan, by comparison of the studies in Europe and the US.
The department of archaeology in Kyoto University has excavated archaeological sites in Japan, Korea, and China, and has gathered various artifacts from all areas of the world. These archaeological data will be introduced in this special lecture.

Study Focus: Visual, Media and Material Culture; Knowledge, Belief and Religion.
Modules: Mobility & Research 1; Mobility & Research 2; Research 3.
到達目標 By the end of this special lecture, student will get familiar with the artifacts of East Asia, and have general understanding of the issues about the prehistoric and ancient archaeology in East Asia.
授業計画と内容 This special lecture will be offered in accordance with the following general structure. The detailed plan for each class will be announced in the introduction.

1 Introduction (1 week)
Introduction of the special lecture.

2 History of the East Asian archaeology in Japan (3weeks)
This section will outline the history of archaeological investigations, studies and gathering artifacts in Japan, Korea and China by Japanese archaeologists,

3 Prehistory in Japan (3weeks)
This section will outline the history of the study of Japanese prehistory, and focuses on the material culture of Mesolithic (called “Jomon” period) as well as Paleolithic and Early Neolithic, with showing some researches to exploit the potential for contributing to the world prehistory.

4 Archaeology of daily life cultures in prehistoric and ancient Japan(3weeks)
This section will outline prehistoric and ancient daily life cultures (clothes, foods and toilet) from structural remains and artifacts excavated in Japan.

5 The Eastward Transmission of Buddhist Culture from Archaeological Perspective (3weeks)
In order to assemble knowledge about “origins” of Buddhist culture, Kyoto University has conducted researches in Buddhist sites in China and Central Asia. In the lectures, how Buddhist cultures were transferred into East Asia will be discussed on the basis of archaeological information obtained by Kyoto University.

6 Discussion(1 week)

7 Feedback(1week)
成績評価の方法・観点 Attendance and participation: 40%, Course Essay:60%
履修要件 特になし
授業外学習(予習・復習)等 The participants are expected to spend a certain amount of time outside of this class reading the reference papers and books announced in class.
教科書
  • Not Used
参考書等
  • To be announced in class