International Faculty


Visiting Scholar


 

Matsumaru Michio
Professor of The University of Tokyo

 

Time  2011.05.15-2011.05.29
The first lecture: Yin (Shang), the early King City
The second lecture: Yin (Shang) late King City
The third lecture: Tan Yinzhou Qing bronzes and inscriptions of the authenticity of the problem from the casting technique
The fourth lecture: Pre-Qin era History of Chinese Characters

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Ralf Schwarzer
Professor of Freie University Berlin


Time:2011.10.09-2011.11.11
The first lecture:   Resilience in Stressful Life Encounters: The Role of Resources
The second lecture:   Functional Roles of Social Support within the Stress and Coping Process
The third lecture:   Psychological Mechanisms in Health Behavior Change

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Klaus L. Berghahn
Professor of University of Wisconsin


Time:2011.10.10-2011.10.17
The first lecture: Concrete Utopia and Exact Fantasy
The second lecture: Utopian Thinking and Imagination in Ernst Blosh’s Principle of Hope

 

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Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak


Time:2011.07.03
Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Ph.D. Cornell, is University Professor, the highest honor given to a handful of professors across the university, and a founding member of the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society at Columbia University. Her primary areas of research interest are Feminism, Marxism, Deconstruction, and Globalization. Her publications include In Other Worlds: Essays in Cultural Politics (1987), The Post-Colonial Critic: Interviews, Strategies, Dialogues (1990), Thinking Academic Freedom in Gendered Post-Coloniality (1993), “Can the Subaltern Speak?” (1998), A Critique of Postcolonial Reason: Towards a History of the Vanishing Present (1999); Death of a Discipline (2003), “Rethinking Comparativism” (2010).

 

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SUGENO Kazuo


Time: 2011.11.23-2011.11.25
The first lecture: Changes in Japan's economic and social and labor policy
The second lecture: Japanese labor to make the settlement of the dispute

 

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Xiang Zhang


Time:2011.12.05-2011.12.09
The first lecture: Metamaterials
The second lecture: Superlens and Transformation Optics
The third lecture: Photonics Beyond Diffraction Limit: Nano-scale Laser, Waveguide and Cavities

 

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Mei-Po Kwan
Professor of Ohio State University


Time:2011.07.18——2011.07.21
The first lecture:Geographical Analysis Revisited: New Conceptualization and Measurements
The second lecture:Geovisualization and Geocomputation for the Analysis of Human
Activities: A Time-Geographic Perspective
The third lecture:Dynamics of geographic context: Implications for health research
The fourth lecture:Geo-Narrative: Analyzing Qualitative Data with GIS In Mixed-Method Research
The fifth lecture:Information and Communication Technologies, Social Networks, and
Urban Travel: New Conceptualizations

 

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Philip G. Altbach


Time:2011.10.26-27
The first lecture:Worldwide Trends in Higher Education: Implications for Developing Countries
The second lecture:The Past, Present, and Future of the Research University in Global Perspective
The third lecture: Global Competition and Its Implications: The World Class Idea and Rankings
The fourth lecture:Globalization, Internationalization and Multinationalization

 

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Wolfgang Schluchter
Professor of Heidelberg University


Time:2011.03.01-2011.03.16
The first lecture: Werkentwicklung und disziplinare Orientierung
The second lecture: Max Webrs Herrschaftssoziologie
The third lecture: Zwei Forschungsfragen
The fourth lecture: Modernitaet und Rationalitaet im chinesischen Kontext