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Open Lectures

We hold special lectures monthly for the public audience in the series of what we call "Open Lectures" at our satellite office, kept in Nagoya International Center Building, near to the Nagoya Station.

42nd Open Lecture

Wednesday, November 30, 2011, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
 Prof. Kazuhiro Matsuzawa (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, French Literature)
"Hermeneutics of Language and Text "

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41st Open Lecture

Wednesday, October 19, 2011, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Associate Prof. Kazuyoshi Oishi (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, English Literature)
"Parodies and Textual Configuration in the Romantic Age"

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40th Open Lecture

Wednesday, September 28, 2011, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Shoichi Sato (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Western History)
"Time, Events and Text. Challenge of Hermeneutics"

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39th Open Lecture

Wednesday, July 20, 2011, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Toru Kuginuki (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Japanese Linguistics)
"Kanazukai (Japanese traditional literary spelling) and old Japanese"

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38th Open Lecture

Wednesday, June 22, 2011, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Associate Prof. Shinya Shigemi (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Hypertext)
"the Concept of configuration in Michel Foucault's "the Archaeology of Knowledge""

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37th Open Lecture

Wednesday, May 25, 2011, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Satoshi Ikeuchi (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Japanese History)
"A Re-examination of Japanese Peace Treaty Chapter Ⅱ Article 2 (a)"

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36th Open Lecture

Wednesday, April 13, 2011, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Associate Prof. Asako Miyachi (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Japanese Linguistics)
"Taxtual Configuration on YAMADA Yoshio's "Nihonbunporon" (Theory of Japanese Grammar)"

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35th Open Lecture

Wednesday, February 23, 2011, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Yasuhira Kanayama (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Philosophy)
"Emotions as Texts and Greek Philosophy as their Interpretation"

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34th Open Lecture

Wednesday, January 19, 2011, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Yasuro Abe (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Comparative Studies of Humanities)
""

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33rd Open Lecture

Wednesday, December 22, 2010, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Yasutomo Morigiwa (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Law, Jurisprudence)
"On Rechtsfindung, or 'finding the law in a case' "

The movie of "33rd Open Lecture" is here. ((81:24,220.7MB))

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32nd Open Lecture

Wednesday, November 17, 2010, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Masahiro Ogawa (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Western Classics)
"Some Aspects of the Reception of Western Classics in China: Xu Guangqi and Ma Xiangbo"

The movie of "32nd Open Lecture" is here. (70:43,262.2 MB)

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31st Open Lecture

Wednesday, October 13, 2010, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Toru Takahashi (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Japanese Literature)
"Concerning Depictions of the "Jyuunirui Utaawase""

The movie of "31st Open Lecture" is here. (61:42,157.1 MB)

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30th Open Lecure

Wednesday, September 15, 2010, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Associate Prof. Tomohiro Furuoya (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Japanese History)
"On Dead Person in Koseki and Keicho of Ancient Japan"

The movie of "30th Open Lecure" is here. (73:10,288.5 MB)

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29th Open Lecture

Wednesday, July 14, 2010, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
GCOE Associate Prof. Claire Fauvergue (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, French Literature)
"Y a -t-il une Herméneutique dans l'Encyclopédie ?"

The movie of "29th Open Lecture" is here. (70:14,192.2 MB)

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28th Open Lecture

Wednesday, June 16, 2010, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Kazuhiro Matsuzawa (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, French Literature)
"Les Études textuelles et l'herméneutics"

The movie of "28th Open Lecture" is here. (75:22,247.1 MB)

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27th Open Lecture

Wednesday, May 19, 2010, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Toru Kuginuki (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Japanese Linguistics)
"The genealogy of educationalism about modern Japanese linguistics"

The movie of "27th Open Lecture" is here. (74:45,278.7 MB)

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26th Open Lecture

Wednesday, April 21, 2010, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Shoichi Sato (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Western History)
"From Philosophical Hermeneutics to Textual Hermeneutics"

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25th Open Lecture

Wednesday, February 10, 2010, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Laurent Bibard (ESSEC)
"Sur la problématique de la fin de l'Histoire"

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24th Open Lecture

Wednesday, January 13, 2010, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Associate Prof. Zane Goebel (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Linguistics)
"Televised signs, reflexivity and authentic ethic personhood in Indonesia"

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23rd Open Lecture

Wednesday, December 16, 2009, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Associate Prof. Osamu Kano (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Western History)
"Festuca - A symbol of the feudal investiture?"

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22nd Open Lecture

Wednesday, November 18, 2009, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Associate Prof. Vincent Vivès (Université de Provence)
"Romanticism : History, Philosophy and aesthetics"

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21st Open Lecture

Wednesday, October 21, 2009, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Associate Prof. Shinya Shigemi (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Hypertext)
"Une Autre Configuration textuelle - le cas de Paul Ricoeur -"

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20th Open Lecture

Wednesday, July 15, 2009, 6:00pm, at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Associate Prof. Kazuyoshi Oishi (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, English Literature)
"Ramified Discourses on Charity in Britain during the Last Decades of the Eighteenth Century"

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19th Open Lecture

Wednesday, June 17, 2009 6:00pm at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Lecturer Takayuki Kamada (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, French Literature)
"From Interpretation to Generation of Works"

The movie of "19th Open Lecture" is here. (69:43,225MB)

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18th Open Lecture

Wednesday, May 13, 2009 6:00pm at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Yasuhira Kanayama (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Philosophy)
"Plato and the Merits and Demerits of Letters"

The movie of "18th Open Lecture" is here. (72:09,222MB)

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17th Open Lecture

Wednesday, April 15, 2009 6:00pm at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Satoshi Ikeuchi (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Japanese History)
"19th-century Recognition of Takeshima Island (Matsushima)"

The movie of "17th Open Lecture" is here. (63:45,241MB)

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16th Open Lecture

Wednesday, February 18, 2009 6:00pm at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Shoichi Sato (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Western History)
"'Discovery' of Aristotelian Philosophy and Early Medieval Europe"

The movie of "16th Open Lecture" is here. (70:57,205MB)

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15th Open Lecture

Wednesday, January 14, 2009 6:00pm at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Toru Takahashi (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Japanese Literature)
"The Tale of Genji and the Culture of Court Ladies"

The movie of "15th Open Lecture" is here. (71:02,255.6MB)

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14th Open Lecture

Wednesday, December 10, 2008 6:00pm at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Shinichi Nagao (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Economics)
"Nature and Humanity in the Enlightenment"

The movie of "14th Open Lecture" is here. (72:21,253.7MB)

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13th Open Lecture

Wednesday, November 12, 2008 6:00pm at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Yvan Leclerc (Université de Rouen)
"Pourquoi sommes-nous tous flaubertiens ?"

The movie of "13th Open Lecture" is here. (91:14,334.4MB)

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12th Open Lecture

Wednesday, October 15, 2008 6:00pm at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Fauvercue Claire, Foreign Teacher (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, French Literature)
"Diderot and Interpretation in the 18th Century"

The movie of "12th Open Lecture" is here. (69:34,211.1MB)

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11th Open Lecture

Wednesday, September 17, 2008 6:00pm at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Associate Prof. Osamu Kanou (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Western History)
"The Situation of Transmission of Merovingian Kings' Certificates"

The movie of "11th Open Lecture" is here. (74:28,269.6MB)

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10th Open Lecture

Wednesday, July 16, 2008 6:00pm at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Associate Prof. Asako Miyachi (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Japanese Linguistics)
"Grammatical Change in Japanese Formal Nouns"

The movie of "10th Open Lecture" is here. (63:45,241MB)

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9th Open Lecture

Wednesday, June 18, 2008 6:00pm at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Shigeru Miyagawa (MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Linguistics)
"Visualizing Culture"

The movie of "9th Open Lecture" is here. (55:54,196.7MB)

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8th Open Lecture

Wednesday, May 21, 2008 6:00pm at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Kazuhiro Matsuzawa (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, French Literature)
"Saussure and Hermeutics"

The movie of "8th Open Lecture" is here. (72:35,236.8MB)

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7th Open Lecture

Wednesday, April 16, 2008 6:00pm at the Global COE Office, Nagoya International Center Building 15F
Prof. Yasuro Abe (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Comparative Studies of Humanities)
"Illustrated Biography of Prince Shotoku as a Compound Religious Text of Illustrations"

The movie of "7th Open Lecture" is here. (80:40,192.3MB)

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6th Open Lecture

Wednesday, March 19, 2008 6:00pm
Prof. Masahiro Ogawa (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Western Classics)
"Greek Mythology at the National Archaeological Museum of Athens"

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5th Open Lecture

Wednesday, February 20, 2008 6:00pm
Dr. Lawrence Michael O'Toole (Professor Emeritus, Murdoch University - Australia)
"MULTIMODALITY: ENGAGING WITH PAINTING
Botticelli ? Canaletto ? Rembrandt ? Seurat"

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4th Open Lecture

Wednesday, January 16, 2008 6:00pm
Associate Prof. Tomohiro Furuoya (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Japanese History)
"Inscribed Tiles (moji-gawara) and Knowledge"

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3rd Open Lecture

Wednesday, December 12, 2007 6:00pm
Prof. Pierre-Louis Rey (Université Paris III, also known as Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, French Literature)
"Les Trois contes, un intermède dans l'œuvre de Flaubert ?" (Interpretation service provided)

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2nd Open Lecture

Wednesday, November 14, 2007 6:00pm
Prof. Toru Kuginuki (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Japanese Linguistics)
"The Japanese People and Chinese Characters"

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1st Open Lecture

Wednesday, October 17, 2007 6:00pm
Prof. Shoichi Sato (Nagoya University, Graduate School of Letters, Program leader of Global COE, Western History)
"Deconstruction of Concept of Feudalism Based on Text Theory"

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