Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ) presents “2017 Minato Citizen’s University” this fall. In collaboration with Minato City, TUJ has been offering the only courses in English as part of the public lecture series held in universities in the area since 2007. Approximately 2,000 attendants have taken part at TUJ.
To commemorate its 35th anniversary in Japan, four TUJ faculty and the dean will examine what the past 35 years have meant in the context of their areas of expertise in this series. Each lecturer will reflect upon the past from their perspective and explore the present and future.
Lecture 1: Wednesday, October 25
From Internationalization to Globalization: Japanese Universities and the World Outside Japan Over the Past 35 Years
Bruce Stronach, Dean, TUJ (Profile)
Lecture 2: Friday, October 27
1982-2017-2052: The Past, the Present and the Future of Sexuality Attitudes and Behaviors in Japan
Dariusz Skowronski, TUJ Assistant Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences (Profile)
Lecture 3: Tuesday, October 31
A 35-year History of Music Videos
Karl Neubert, TUJ Assistant Professor of Film & Media Arts (Profile)
Lecture 4: Monday, November 6
Ian Lynam, TUJ Assistant Professor of Graphic Design (Profile)
Lecture 5: Wednesday, November 8
The Middle East, 35 Years On
Masaki Kakizaki, TUJ Assistant Professor of Political Science (Profile)
2017 Minato Citizen’s University at Temple University, Japan Campus: “35 Years of Adventures and Challenges”
- October 25, 27, 31, November 6, 8
- 19:00-20:30 (doors open at 18:30)
- Temple University, Japan Campus, Azabu Hall 1F (Access)
- 2,500 yen for five lectures. (*Bank transfer prior to the first session is required. Non-refundable. TUJ will specify bank account details by e-mail.)
- 50 (first-come, first-served basis)
- See more details and register via the event page.
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