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Life-long Learning on Campus

Since starting in 2014, Life-long Learning on Campus has offered lectures on a variety of liberal arts themes for a wide range of generations based on books published by the University of Tokyo Press.

Lectures are given on the specific themes of the books published by the University of Tokyo Press and are followed by panel discussions and interactive discourse between lectures and participants.

Further details can be viewed here. (in Japanese)
 

Past events

Serial Number Date Title Published material Lecturers
5 December 6, 2016 "Facing our neighboring country, Russia” Public Lectures on Present-Day Russia, University of Tokyo Press, Nobuaki SHIOKAWA and Yoshiro IKEDA, Editors, University of Tokyo Press, 2016 Yoshiro IKEDA, Kimitaka MATSUSATO
4 February 16, 2016

“Live East Asia”

Lu Xun and Japanese Literature: from Soseki and Ogai to Seicho and Haruki, Shozo FUJII, University of Tokyo Press, 2015 Shozo FUJII, Minjie LIN,  and Kyoko NAKAJIMA
3 May 15, 2015 “Enjoy the music of mathematics” Mathematics: the Music of Reason Mathematics Pervading Nature and Society, University of Tokyo Press, 2015 Kazuko OKAMAOTO, Junkichi SATSUMA and Toshiyuki MATSURA
2 February 12, 2015 “Where is China heading?” Public Lectures on Present-Day China, Akio TAKAHARA, Tomoo MARUKAWA and Asei ITO, Editors, University of Tokyo Press, 2014 Akio TAKAHARA
1 December 16, 2014 “Changes in political society and the right of collective self-defense” Essays in Modern Japanese History, Taichiro MITANI, University of Tokyo Press, 2014 Taichiro MITANI

(All the lectures are conducted in Japanese.)