Studium Genarale 2022 Spring

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LecturerMultiple Instructors
DepartmentG30, 2022 Spring
Recommended for:All Nagoya University Students, faculty members and staff

Course Overview

Studium Generale is a unique immersion program into an English-based lecture environment. The course offers exposure to various academic topics presented in an accessible way, and in English.

Learning a Foreign Language is simple: tips from a multilingual biologist

Date: April 22
Lecturer: Maria Vassileva
Handout: handout
Video: coming soon

Connecting Maine and Aomori

Date: May 6
Lecturer: Briar Pelletier
Handout: handout
Video:

*Reposting from Studium Generale 2021 Fall

Date: May 13
Lecturer: Giorgio Fabio Colombo
Handout: handout
Video:

*Reposting from Studium Generale 2020 Spring

The challenges, joys and heartbreak of giving presentations

Date: May 20
Lecturer: Mark Weeks
Handout: handout
Video:

*Reposting from Studium Generale 2021 Spring

Migration and Development: the Key Contemporary Issues

Date: June 3
Lecturer: Gabor Samjeské
Handout: handout
Video:

*Reposting from Studium Generale 2020 Spring

Breaking down barriers - Black women and their experiences in Japan

Date: June 24
Lecturer: Avril Haye
Handout: handout
Video:

*Reposting from Studium Generale 2016 Fall

Corporate Law and Economic Inequality: A Beginner's Guide

Date: July 1
Lecturer: Sean McGinty
Handout: handout
Video:

*Reposting from Studium Generale 2020 Spring

Perceived Stress and Sleep Quality Among University Students

Date: July 15
Lecturer: Josh BRUNOTTE
Handout: handout
Video:

*Reposting from Studium Generale 2018 Fall

Five things to consider when talking to people from other countries

Date: July 22
Lecturer: David Barker
Handout: handout
Video:

*Reposting from Studium Generale 2019 Spring

Syllabus

Date Topic Lecturer
4/15 COURSE INTRODUCTION
4/22 Learning a Foreign Language is simple: tips from a multilingual biologist Maria Vassileva (Division of Biological Science, Graduate School of Science)
4/29 No class
5/6 Exchanging Local History: Maine and Aomori Briar Pelletier  (Graduate School of Humanities)
5/13 Law and Literature: the Japanese legal system as seen through literary sources Giorgio Fabio Colombo (Graduate School of Law)
5/20 The challenges, joys and heartbreak of giving presentations Mark Weeks (Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Department of Academic Writing Education)
5/27 The Invisible Rainbow: Being LGBTQIA+ in Japan Yoshi Joanna Grote (Kyoto Sangyo University)
6/3 Migration and Development: the Key Contemporary Issues Gabor Samjeské (Graduate School of Science)
6/10 No class
6/17 Projects workshop
6/24 Breaking down barriers - Black women and their experiences in Japan Avril Haye (Aichi Prefecture University)
7/1 Corporate Law and Economic Inequality: A Beginner's Guide Sean McGinty (Graduate School of Law)
7/8 Fictional Fallout: Japanese Literature and "Fukushima" Kristina Iwata (Graduate School of Humanities)
7/15 Perceived Stress and Sleep Quality Among University Students Josh BRUNOTTE (Aichi Prefectural University)
7/22 Five things to consider when talking to people from other countries David Barker (Gifu University)
7/29 Project presentations
8/5 Course wrap up

*Some lectures used past materials due to the coronavirus countermeasures.

Last updated

May 19, 2022