Intangible Heritage Studies University of Tsukuba
To deepen understanding of intangible heritage through exposure to diverse research perspectives on the intangible heritage of 'clothing', an essential part of everyday life, and to consider the cultural, economic and social value of intangible heritage. In 2023, Prof. Noriko Yuzawa (Hosei University), who was engaged in research on Yuki-tsumugi silk, will be invited as a guest lecturer to give a three-day intensive lecture between 22 and 31 January 2024 (planned). Implementation schedule: Day 1 (schedule to be reported at a later date): Lecture: Theory of conventional economic development from the perspective of intangible cultural heritage Day 2 (to be reported at a later date) Lecture: 'Food Culture' as a new development of intangible cultural heritage Day 3 (to be reported at a later date) Field trip (visit and experience of Yuki-tsumugi silk) (Reference) FY2022 "Intangible Heritage Theory The five invited lecturers Yoko Takagi, Kentaro Matsumoto, Yayoi Motohashi, Machiko Sawabe and Kyoko Takama from the book 'Crossing Borders: Fashion Studies' (Nakanishiya Shuppan) gave lectures on the contents of the book and on fashion in particular.
To deepen understanding of intangible heritage through exposure to diverse research perspectives on the intangible heritage of 'clothing', an essential part of everyday life, and to consider the cultural, economic and social value of intangible heritage.
Generic Competences: Knowledge application competence/ Communication competence Specific Competences: Ability to use shared knowledge/ Ability to utilize specialized knowledge/ Ability to use common skills/ Ability to utilize expertise
None in particular (lectures are in Japanese).
Evaluated based on Attendance and discussion / active participation in Q&A sessions / report assignments
Intangible Heritage" in 2022 The five invited lecturers Yoko Takagi, Kentaro Matsumoto, Yayoi Motohashi, Machiko Sawabe and Kyoko Takama from the book "Transboundary Fashion Studies" (Nakanishiya Shuppan) will give lectures on the contents of the book, especially in relation to fashion. Tuesday, 17 January 2023, 15:15-17:15 Kimono transcending national borders" by Prof. Yoko Takagi Tuesday, 24 January 2023, 15:15-17:15 Dr Kentaro Matsumoto, "Visual communication through images of Hanbok" Tuesday, 31 January 2023, 15:15-17:15 Prof. Yayoi Motohashi: "Global Perspectives on the Formative Era of Japanese Modern Fashion: Tanaka Chiyo and Folk Costume" Tuesday, 7 February 2023, 15:15-17:15 Dr Machiko Sawabe, 'The silkworm goddess: from the overlap of sericultural techniques and beliefs' Tuesday, 14 February 2023, 15:15-17:15 Prof Kyoko Koma, "The construction and transmission of normative female images in French fashion media"
Online Course Requirement
The lectures will be conducted in a hybrid format. At present, 7 February 2022 will be held face-to-face (Humanities and Social Sciences Building B218).
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