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(As of January 2015)

Study Information for Keio International Program
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Registering for a minimum of seven (7) courses is a mandatory requirement to maintain “Student” visa status. Consequently, students enrolled in the Keio International Program (KIP) are required to take a minimum of seven (7) courses from a combination of International Center Courses, Japanese language courses, and undergraduate faculty courses. Please see the list of scheduled courses below for the 2015 Spring Semester and the Fall Semester. These courses are subject to change.

For a single course at Keio, students normally meet once a week for 90 minutes, 15 times per semester. Please also note that restrictions or requirements may apply to some courses. 1 International Center Courses

Course List for 2015(Tentative)
*All courses are worth two (2) credits each.
*Descriptions of 2014 courses are available at the following URL. http://www.ic.keio.ac.jp/en/aboutic/aboutcourse/list.html
*Course descriptions for the 2015 academic year will be posted at the above URL at the end of March 2015. *An asterisk (*) indicates a graduate level course which is not open to undergraduate students. Semester

Field

Spring/Fall

Spring

Course Title
SPOKEN JAPANESE, MARKERS, AND LANGUAGE BEYOND
GRAMMAR
ENGLISH AND ENGLISH EDUCATION IN JAPAN IN THE AGE OF
GLOBALIZATION

Fall

ENGLISH AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION IN EAST ASIA

Spring

THE TRAIL OF GENJI

Fall

JAPANESE LITERATURE

Language & Literature

Spring

ENCOUNTERS WITH THE OTHER IN MODERN JAPANESE SHORT
FICTION

Spring

TRVEL WRITING IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC: AUSTRALIA AND JAPAN

Spring

INTRODUCTION TO JAPANESE ART HISTORY

Fall

Fall

Fall
Arts

INTRODUCTION TO MODERN JAPANESE ART AND VISUAL
CULTURE
ARTS/ART WORKSHOP:DISCOVERING ARTS AND CULTURE IN
JAPAN
THE ART OF JAPANESE GARDEN IN CULTURAL AND
HISTORICAL CONTEXTS

Spring

INTRODUCTION TO JAPANESE CINEMA 1

Fall

INTRODUCTION TO JAPANESE CINEMA 2

Spring

SYSTEMATICS THROUGH MUSIC AND POETRY OF JAPAN AND
INDIA

Spring

JAPANESE SOUND CULTURE IN THE GLOBAL CONTEXT

Spring/Fall

THE INNER WORLD OF THE NOH

1

Spring

Fall

Culture & Cross-cultural
Understanding

Spring
Fall
Fall

Science

Religion & Thought

APPROACHES TOWARDS ANIMALS IN EAST ASIA - A CULTURAL
AND HISTORICAL COMPARISON WITH THE WEST
ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO JAPANESE CULTURE
FOOD AND FOODWAYS IN JAPANESE HISTORY, 16TH TO 21ST
CENTURIES
BORDER CROSSINGS AND JAPANESE SOCIETY

Fall

ETHNOGRAPHY OF MULTICULTURAL JAPAN

Fall

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN JAPANESE CULTURE

Spring

HUMAN ENGINEERING WITH FOCUS ON JAPAN

Fall

INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR JAPAN'S AGING SOCIETY

Spring

RELIGIONS IN JAPAN

Spring

JAPANESE BUDDHISM AND SOCIAL SUFFERING

Fall

BUDDHISM AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN CONTEMPORARY ASIA

Spring

Politics, Diplomacy &

THROUGH CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISON

Spring/Fall

Fall

Social Issues

DEEP CULTURE DIFFERENCE : UNDERSTANDING JAPAN

JAPAN. AN INTRODUCTION

Spring/ Fall

Media & Communications

THE WORLD

Fall

Fall

History

CROSSING BORDERS : ADAPTING TO JAPAN AND ADAPTING TO

(*)

JAPAN'S KAMI WORSHIP: WHERE DID IT COME FROM AND
WHERE WOULD IT GO?
AN INTRODUCTION TO JAPANESE HISTORY: SURVEYING
JAPAN'S PRE-MODERN PAST
EUROPE'S ENCOUNTER WITH JAPAN 1543-1859
MODERN HISTORY OF DIPLOMATIC AND CULTURAL
RELATIONS BETWEEN JAPAN AND THE WORLD

Spring

GENDER, CULTURE AND MODERNITY IN INTERWAR JAPAN

Fall

A SOCIAL HISTORY OF POST-WAR JAPAN

Fall

JAPAN'S POSTWAR RESURGENCE

Fall

CHRISTIANITY IN JAPANESE HISTORY

Fall

READING COLONIALISM IN (SOUTH) EAST ASIA

Spring

JOURNALISM IN JAPAN

Spring

JAPAN IN THE FOREIGN IMAGINATION

Spring

RELIGION, ETHNICITY AND MINORITIES IN JAPAN AND INDIA

Spring/ Fall

MINORITIES...
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