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Fall 2022
Apr 21, 2024
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JPST 495 - Japanese Studies Seminar - University of Hawaii at Hilo
The course examines Japanese experiments with the idea of the modern and postmodern, focusing on issues such as modernization/westernization, change in gender roles, urbanization, the power of the state, and nationalism and personal identity. In the course, mainly taught in Japanese students learn how to read and discuss in Japanese, and translate Japanese texts into English. The course introduces a variety of materials written between the end of Russo-Japanese War in 1905 and the current period. Pre: JPNS 302 or instructor's consent. (Same as JPNS 495)

3.000 Credit hours
45.000 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Hybrid-Technology Intensive, Seminar

Humanities Division
Humanities Department

Gen. Ed./Focus:
GAHP - HIL Hawaii/ Asia/Pacific

Prerequisites:
JPNS 302
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