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Special Lectures in Humanities and Sciences ‡Vm19S0153n
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2019/07/31 1 ` 4 ŒÀ (9:00 ` 12:10) ‘Û—¯Šw¶ƒvƒ‰ƒU@‘½–Ú“Iƒz[ƒ‹
2019/08/01 1 ` 4 ŒÀ (9:00 ` 12:10) ‘Û—¯Šw¶ƒvƒ‰ƒU@‘½–Ú“Iƒz[ƒ‹
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¡ 29 July (Mon) Class Hour 1/2, 3/4
Naofumi ABE (Assistant Professor of Oriental History, Faculty of Letters and Education)
"Global Circulation of gModern Womenh Images: From Asian Perspectives (1) h
This lecture examines Modernity and women in non-European regions, particularly in East Asia and the Middle East. The notion of Ryosai Kenbo, i.e., gGood Wife, Wise Mother,h is well known and regarded as traditional in Japan. The main focus of this lecture will be on the global circulation and diffusion of the similar idea and womenfs educational ideal in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
"Global Circulation of 'Modern Women' Images: From Asian Perspectives (2) gh
Taking into account the lecture (1), students discuss legacies and experiences, including merits and faults, of 19th and 20th century modern women educational system. Students are expected to learn women educational system of their own countries in advance.

¡ 30 July (Tue) Class Hour 1/2, 3/4
Minako KURAMITSU (Assistant Professor of Pacific Studies, Faculty of Letters and Education)
gTraditionh, Gender and LeadershipFPacific Caseh
"In Pre-Christian time, many Pacific societies had produced female leaders. How have Christianity, modernization and globalization altered the situations of female leadership? Does gtraditionh really prevent female from taking leadership? Letfs explore the relationship among gtraditionh, gender and leadership based on Pacific case!!

¡31 July (Wed) Class Hour 1/2, 3/4
Shin Kiyoung (Associate Professor of Gender Studies and Political Science, Institute for Gender Stuides)
"How to Increase a Diversity in Political Leadership?"
Politics has been a male-dominant sphere for a long time. Despite the recent increase of women and minorities in politics across the globe, it is still a dominant view in East Asia let alone Japan. Why does male-dominance persist in politics in East Asia? Why is it important to diversify the participants in political process? What efforts have been introduced and to what extent have they been successful? The class consists of a lecture and a group discussion session.

¡1 August (Thus) Class Hour 1/2, 3/4
Derek Kenji PINILLOS MATSUDA (Project Lecturer of Multicultural Education, Center for Students and Careers)
gGender and Ethnicity in Multicultural Education from the Perspective of Japanh
Multicultural education has been developed in many multicultural nations, such as USA, Australia, UK, Canada, etc. The definition of the multicultural education was expanded by the time and now it is promoting diversity in countries and also covering issues that has to do with gender, racial, ethnic, cultural, language and religious diversity in nation-states around the world. Even though, Japan is well-known as one of the most homogeneous countries in the world, it has been faced many issues as a multicultural country after the Meiji era. In this class, we will learn about the history of the education in Japan focusing on womenfs education and about the education of non-Japanese students. There will be a lot of interaction between classmates and group discussions. Therefore, group collaboration is going to be a very important grading element.

¡2 August (Fri) Class Hour 1/2, 3/4
Naoko OKI (Project Lecturer of Gender and Politics, Institute for Global Leadership)
"Gender Equality in Contemporary Japanese Society: Womenfs Leadership in Politicsh
In Japan, the Act on Promotion of Women's Participation and Advancement in the Workplace and the Act on Promotion of Gender Equality in the Political Field were enforced in April 2016 and June 2018, respectively. However, there is a huge gender gap in leadership positions in Japan. For example, Japan is ranked 110th among 149 countries, according to the Global Gender Gap Report 2018, which benchmarks the countries on their progress towards gender parity across economic, politic, educational, and health fields, This class focuses on how Japan is ranked at the international index on gender gap and in what kind of leadership positions there are few women in contemporary Japanese society. Participation will discuss related topics in small groups.

¡2 August (Fri) Class Hour 5/6, 7/8
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¡3 August (Sat) Class Hour 1/2
Makoto KOBAYASHI (Professor of Political Science, Institute for Global Leadership)
"Concluding Gender and Leadership Problems"
In this class, the final consideration that sums up today's gender and leadership problems will be given by reflecting on the week-long classes. First, you will find that gender and leadership constitute two very effective perspectives to analyze the human social relations. You will understand that the distinction between sex and gender itself is a product of historical and social construction and that we are required to have flexible imaginations which is free from a prejudice to understand the gender problems. Leadership, which is generally imaged on the gender role model, is a concept that leads the society sometimes to prosper and sometimes to decline. As to the same with gender concept, we need to develop a new concept of leadership that makes our social relations more decent and egalitarian.

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