This is a specialized course in Japanese History. It is required for students majoring in Japanese History at Keio University's Faculty of Letters. Lectures will discuss specific subjects from various fields of research in Japanese History.
The course will analyze the environment in which the consciousness of a Japanese citizen in a modern nation-state was created. Using concrete examples, students will examine the domestic and overseas migration of natives of the Amakusa region in Kumamoto Prefecture.
The course will meet once a week, and is a full-year course, covering both spring and fall semesters.
Classes: Spring-Fall 22
One class per week, each 1.5 hours long
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