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JAPANESE HISTORY, CULTURE AND ART

This course is divided into: (1) Non-literal Materials (14000 BC- the late 6th century)according to the context of the times: the artistic style of archaeological excavations. (2) Aristocratic culture (the late 6th century- early 12th century): the characteristics of Buddha statues and temples in the Asuka, Hakuho and Nara eras, and the expression of court performances, novels, and paintings in the Heian eras. (3) Samurai upbringing (the late 12th century - early 17th century): the Noh, Karesansui landscape and tea ceremony bred from Zen Buddhism, as well as the world view in the Momoyama era. (4) People’s daily entertainments (the early 17th century - the late 19th century): such as Ukiyo-e, Kabuki, Yujo- and Sento, developed in the Edo period. (5) Civilization of modernization (the late 19th century - present): such as Takarazuka Revue and Taiga drama under the influence of the West.

Course Goal
A. Develop humanistic literacy
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Principle Literacy]
  • Cultural Literacy
  • Historical awareness
  • Art and visual literacy
  • [Competence]
  • To practice
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    0110/1 A92Q800 [GE2043]JAPANESE HISTORY, CULTURE AND ART 2.0 N Ku, Pan
    0110/2 A92Q800 [GE2043]JAPANESE HISTORY, CULTURE AND ART 2.0 N Ku, Pan
    0109/2 A92Q800 [GE2043]JAPANESE HISTORY, CULTURE AND ART 2.0 N Ku, Pan