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現在位置: ホーム ja シラバス(2020年度) 文学研究科 英語授業 JK17002Research 1~3-Seminar (SEG)(Lecture)

JK17002Research 1~3-Seminar (SEG)(Lecture)

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科目ナンバリング
  • G-LET36 6JK17 LE36
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 火3
教員
  • 落合 恵美子(文学研究科 教授)
授業の概要・目的 To date, the research work of Asian scholars on their respective societies has typically been relayed to other areas of Asia through European and North American academic circuits. This mediated communication has not only produced a significant distortion in focus, but has also resulted in a failure to appreciate the shared intellectual heritage of the different societies of the Asian region as well as the differences of emphasis and orientation among them. The ‘Asian Families and Intimacies’ series, the textbook used in this course, has been planned by the Asian researchers from 9 societies who have been collaborating with Kyoto University Asian Studies Unit (KUASU) for years as the first realization of a larger project, entitled ‘Asian Intellectual Heritage’, designed to collect, translate and share important and influential writings that are key texts of the academic and intellectual heritage of societies across Asia. The editors have decided to launch this ambitious project with a series on families and intimacies because ‘the family’ has typically been attributed a special cultural value in Asian societies.
This course will enable students with diverse backgrounds to engage directly and unmediatedly with the insights into the key issues of our times from the ‘insiders’ perspective’ of Asian intellectuals and provide them chances to discuss with each other and contribute to imagining the foundation on which future collaborations across the Asian region can be built.

For the JD students;
Study Focus: Society, Economy and Governance.
Modules: Mobility & Research 1; Mobility & Research 2; Research 3.
到達目標 (1) To learn about the shared intellectual heritage of the different societies of the Asian region as well as the huge historical and contemporary diversity both in theory and in practice.
(2) To liberate ourselves from Orientalism and self-Orientalism so as to better understand ourselves and our neighbours and redefine our and their places in a changing world.
(3) To understand the varying and intersecting processes of ‘Sinicization’, ‘Sanskritization’, ‘Modernization’, and ‘Globalization’ across the Asian region as well as more local transcultural dynamics.
(4) To learn about changes in the family and intimate relations which are of deep and pressing concern in the Asian region today.
授業計画と内容 0. Introduction [1 week]
1. Families, Ideologies and the States [2 weeks]
2. Varieties of Patriarchy and Patrilineality [2 weeks]
3. Sexual Modernities and Transforming Intimacy [2 weeks]
4. Marriage Formation [2 weeks]
5. Care and Familialism Reconsidered [2 weeks]
6. Gender Roles and Identities [2 weeks]
7. Conclusion [1 week]
8. Feedback [1 week]
成績評価の方法・観点 Oral presentation (30%), final report (40%), participation (30%).
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 textbooks and preparing for the oral presentations.
教科書
  • The ‘Asian Families and Intimacies’ series to be published from Sage edited by the researchers from nine Asian countries (Thailand, Korea, India, Vietnam, Japan, the Philippines, Taiwan, China and Indonesia) who have been collaborating with Kyoto University Asian Studies Unit (KUASU ). 1. Families, Ideologies and the States [edited by Thanes WONGYANNAVA (Thammasat University, Thailand)] 2. Varieties of Patriarchy and Patrilineality [edited by EUN Kisoo (Seoul National University, South Korea)] 3. Sexual Modernities and Transforming Intimacy [edited by Patricia UBEROI (formerly, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi, India)] 4. Marriage Formation [edited by NGUYEN Huu Minh (Vietnamese Academy of Social Sciences)] 5. Care and Familialism Reconsidered [edited by OCHIAI Emiko (Kyoto University, Japan)] 6. Gender Roles and Identities [edited by Carolyn SOBRITCHEA (University of The Philippines]