Undergraduate Teaching

I teach undergraduate classes in the School of Japan Studies (SCS, which accepts its first students in April 2019) and School of Language and Culture Studies, 2nd to 4th years).  From 2019, I will teach:

Spring Term:

The History Issue in East Asia (elective, 3rd-4th years)

Tourism Studies (3rd year seminar, graduation thesis)

Tourism Studies (4th year seminar, graduation thesis)

Autumn Term:

Introduction to Japanese Society (compulsory in SCS, 1st years)

Representations of the Past in Popular Culture (elective, 3rd-4th years)

Introduction to Contents Tourism (elective, 3rd-4th years)

Tourism Studies (3rd year seminar, graduation thesis)

Tourism Studies (4th year seminar, graduation thesis).

Other:

Plus, there are lectures as part of relay courses (including Introduction to Japanese Studies and GC Course) and courses relating to a “double degree” currently under construction.

 

Terms of use: Materials for all current classes are made available open access on my website. See individual class pages for details. An archive of recently completed courses is below. Please feel free to use the teaching materials for your own personal educational use. Alteration to the materials and sharing/distributing without the permission of Philip Seaton are strictly forbidden.

 

Recently completed courses:

History Issue in East Asia (Spring 2018)

GC Course (Spring 2018, one lecture only)