Faculty Introduction

From 4 theme areas and 11 full-time faculty, a new research field is born that goes beyond traditional disciplines.

From our individual daily lives to when policies are decided on the national or cooperative body level, taking in various perspectives we have decided on four themes that relate to core ethics. Each theme has a “Project Class”, and each faculty member will manage an “Individual Project”.

Publicness

KISHI, Masahiko
Employment position: Professor
Subject of Study: Sociology, Life History
Subject in Charge
GOTO, Motoyuki
Employment position: Lecturer
Subject of Study: Medical Sociology, History of Psychiatry
Subject in Charge Theory of Publicness II, Basic Reading Exercise II, Advanced Reading Exercise III, Research Management II, Preliminary Project Seminar III (Publicness), Project Seminar (Publicness)
TATEIWA, Shinya
Employment position: Professor
Subject of Study: Sociology
Subject in Charge Advanced Reading Exercise II, Special Lecture I Preliminary Project Seminar III (Publicness), Project Seminar (Publicness)

Life

KOIZUMI, Yoshiyuki
Employment position: Professor
Subject of Study: Philosophy, Ethics
Subject in Charge Theory of Life I & II, Preliminary Project Seminar I & II & III (Life), Project Seminar (Life)
MATSUBARA, Yoko
Employment position: Professor
Subject of Study: Theory of Science, Theory of Gender
Subject in Charge Preliminary Project Seminar I & II & III (Life), Project Seminar (Life)
MIMA, Tatsuya
Employment position: Professor
Subject of Study: Medical Sociology
Subject in Charge History of Life Theory, Preliminary Project Seminar III (Life), Project Seminar (Life)

Socio-Cultural Symbiosis

OGAWA, Sayaka
Employment position: Professor
Subject of Study: Cultural Anthropology, Africa Research
Subject in Charge Basic Reading Exercise I, Advanced Reading Exercise VI, Theory of Symbiosis I, Preliminary Project Seminar III (Socio-Cultural Symbiosis), Project Seminar (Socio-Cultural Symbiosis)
NISHI, Masahiko
Employment position: Professor
Subject of Study: Comparative Literature
Subject in Charge Advanced Reading Exercise V, History of Socio-cultural Symbiosis Theory, Preliminary Project Seminar III (Socio-Cultural Symbiosis), Project Seminar (Socio-Cultural Symbiosis)

Representation

TAKENAKA, Yumi
Employment position: Professor
Subject of Study: Art Theory
Subject in Charge Theory of Representation II, Preliminary Project Seminar III(Representation), Project Seminar(Representation)
CHIBA, Masaya
Employment position: Professor
Subject of Study: Philosophy, Study of Culture and Representation
Subject in Charge Theory of Representation I, Basic Reading Exercise II, Advanced Reading Exercise VIII, Preliminary Project Seminar III (Representation), Project Seminar (Representation)
Martin Roth
Employment position: Associate Professor
Subject of Study: Media, Japan Research
Subject in Charge History of Representation Theory, Basic Reading Exercise I, Advanced Reading Exercise VII, Preliminary Project Seminar III (Representation), Project Seminar (Representation)