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7th Tekijuku Lectures -- Unknown History of Diplomacy in the Edo Period -- Tekijuku nurtured through exchange with the world

2014-9-27 (Sat) - 2014-10-11 (Sat)

As part of a project to honor the achievement of Tekijuku, the Tekijuku Memorial Association has held Tekijuku Workshops since 2008 in order to discuss historical roles played by Tekijuku and its spirit. In this year's Tekijuku Lectures, competent historians will talk about the relationship beween Japan and the world, the relationship being looked at anew from viewpoints of the Asian world, the Pacific world, and the European world, in order to shed light on diplomacy in the Edo Period hidden behind the phrase of "national isolation".

Lecture 1: Saturday, September 27, 2014, 14:00 ~15:30

"Ming to Qing dynasties" to Dutch learning -- The historical background to accepting Dutch learning," KIMURA Naoki, Associate Professor, School of Global Humanities and Social Sciences, Nagasaki University

Venue: Lecture Room #507, 5th floor, Nakanoshima Center

Lecture 2: Saturday, October 4, 2014, 14:00 ~15:30

"The Unknown Pacific Ocean and the Opening of Japan," GOTO Atsushi, Full-time Lecturer, Faculty of Cross-Cultural Studies, Osaka University of Tourism

Venue: Lecture Room #201, 2nd floor, Nakanoshima Center

Lecture 3: Saturday, October 11, 2014, 14:00 ~15:30

"Mediators connecting Asia with Europe -- the Background of Europeans who Brought Excitement to Dutch Learning," FURUYA Daisuke, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Language and Culture, Osaka University


Venue: Lecture Room #507, 5th floor, Nakanoshima Center

Coordinator: FURUYA Daisuke,  Associate Professor, Graduate School of Language and Culture, Osaka University

Tuition fees:

General public: 4,500 yen for 3 classes (or 1,500 yen per class)
Tekijuku Memorial Association members: 3,000 yen for 3 classes (1,000 yen per class)
Individuals who enroll in three lectures will receive a certificate of completion.

Making Applications

Follow the directions in the flyer available for download below and make applications.
Applications will automatically be terminated once all seats are filled.

Date: 2014-9-27 (Sat) - 2014-10-11 (Sat)
Organizer: Tekijuku Commemoration Center, Tekijuku Memorial Association, Osaka University
Registration: Registration by email is required.
Contact: Tekijuku Commemoration Association Office
kinenkai@tekijuku.osaka-u.ac.jp

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