Unifying knowledge accumulated in the Humanities to respond to the issues facing humankindGraduate School/Faculty of Arts and Letters Tohoku University, ProfessorSATO Hiroo
MY INTEGRATIONGPJS Staff Interviews
words of hope
Varied exchanges and cooperation between researchers from Japan and around the world, and in different fields. What kind of future lies beyond the integration of knowledge?
We heard the sentiment of “INTEGRATE, NO BORDERS” from researchers involved in research and education in the International Graduate Program in Japanese Studies (GPJS).
These were words of hope for a world in chaos.
Rising to the challenge of creating a new form of Japanese Studies, with the strength of diversityGraduate School of International Cultural Studies, ProfessorONO Naoyuki
Sharing issues with researchers overseas, with investigation into Japanese Buddhist art as a baseGraduate School/Faculty of Arts and Letters Tohoku University, ProfessorNAGAOKA Ryusaku
Crossing cultures and sharing thoughts on Japan. A program of intellectual action for intercultural understandingCenter for Northeast Asian Studies, Tohoku University, ProfessorOKA Hiroki
Placing importance on detailed social investigation and primary source materials to uncover the original form of Japan’s underlying society. Graduate School of Economics and Management, Tohoku University, ProfessorHASEBE Hiroshi
Jurisprudence, together with various fields in the humanities and social sciences, can play an important role in the project of "Global Japanese Studies".Graduate School / Faculty of Law, Tohoku University, ProfessorKABASHIMA Hiroshi
Taking research to new heights through mutually beneficial encounters with other disciplinesGraduate School of Education / Faculty of Education, Tohoku University, Associate ProfessorIMOTO Yoshihiro
GPJS is the perfect place for linguistic research, for which outsider perspectives are essential.Institute for Excellence in Higher Education, Tohoku University, Associate ProfessorSOEJIMA Kensaku