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In this seminar students acquire and develop the practical specialist knowledge and skills needed for research in Japanese archaeology, art history, cultural history, history, literature, and religious studies. After laying the foundation by learning how to analyze an essay, create and annotate a bibliography, and other research skills, students learn to present their work in written and oral forms. Other Seminar activities include class discussions, Japanese studies research methods, field-specific methodology, and attending student presentations and (guest) faculty lectures.


Course Information

  • Course Location: Hakozaki Campus
  • Course Delivery: seminar (co-taught)
  • Next Course Intake: October-February; April-July
  • Contacts: Ellen Van Goethem, Cynthea Bogel vgoethem@lit.kyushu-u.ac.jp

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