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Living as a Global Community:Talk show & Discussion


Date/time: Friday November 17, 18:00-20:00
Target: Open event for the public

Admission is free of charge.  No registration required.
*Please see the poster for the details

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KAFS10: The Video Art of Aki Yahata 

KAFS 10 Flyer 【Download PDF (1MB)】

Public Film Screening and Seminar With Aki Yahata, MFA.

2017.9.29(Fri)18:00- 
(College of Cross-Cultural and Multidisciplinary Studies )
 1F:http://www.c3.kumamoto-u.ac.jp/college/access/

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OPEN COLLEGE : Demo lessons for Terms 3 and 4

 

 

**The College of Cross Cultural and Multidisciplinary Studies will hold

demo-lessons for the Term 3 and 4.**

Kumamoto University undergraduate students including the Short-Term

Exchange students can experience the classes of “Multidisciplinary Studies”

of the general education as the following.

Demo-lessons Information:
Date: September 27, 28 and 29
Time: 12:00-12:40
Place: The College building
Target students: Kumamoto University students enrolled in undergraduate level

**Graduate school students may audit the classes and are welcome to participate

the demo-lessons.

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KAFS 8th Session ’MAGNUM PHOTOS’ Film Screening

KAFS (Kumamoto Anthropology Film Society) holds the 8th session as follows.

Date/time: Friday, April 28 17:30-19:30

Place: Classroom 1A in the College of Cross-Cultural and Multidisciplinary Studies

Target: Open event for the community as well as KU students, faculty and staff

See the link below for the details;

Website of the Cultural Anthropology at Kumamoto University


Magnum is a co-operative of elite documentary photographers founded in 1947. Magnum photographers are best known for using powerful imagery of the human condition, conflicts, and major world events and using photojournalism as a tool to tell the stories of others.
This film is about the creative and in-depth documentary work that Magnum photographers engage in to produce some of the world’s most striking images.(Joshua Rickard)

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Lunch Live! english- TALKmon Special Edition ‘Musicmon’

The College of Cross-Cultural and Multidisciplinary Studies will have a lunchtime concert to welcome you back to school after the ‘Golden Week’ vacation, according to the schedule below.

Please come to the lounge area, bring your own lunch and enjoy the nice trio music by Sayuri on the marimba, Toku-san on drums, and Dr. Chan on the piano.

The regular english-TALKmon activity is canceled for the day.

**Schedule
-Date/time: Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at 12:00-12:45
-Place: Lounge area, the College of Cross Cultural and Multidisciplinary Studies
-Target: Students and faculty, staff members of Kumamoto University

-Contact: The administrative office of the College of Cross-Cultural and Multidisciplinary Studies: glc★kumamoto-u.ac.jp (change ★→@)
Phone # 096-342-2092

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Poster (PDF: 243KB)

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Go Global Seminar – KUMADAI Global Youth Campus

Kumamoto University will be holding “Go Global Seminar” as an event of KUMADAI Global Youth Campus.

We invite you to the event, as shown.

 

Poster [PDF 4.2MB]

 

Date: Friday, January 27, 2017 16:00-17:30

goglobalseminar_1

 

■Contents

●Prof. Marcelo J. Kuroda (Tulane University, USA)
“My Scientific Journey between Eastern and Western Cultures”

Presentation file

●Prof. Mark Williams (University of Leeds, UK)
“From Bungotai to Akita-ben: A Journey in Search of Cultural Competence”

Presentation file

Participation

Participation is free of charge!  Anybody is welcome to join.

If you would like to apply, please click on the following link to register. 

Click here to register.

Go Global Seminar

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Soseki Global Cafe

A Natstume Soseki themed haiku reading and international traditional Korean cooking event will be held at the College of Cross-Cultural and Multidisciplinary Studies on November 4 (Fri.) and November 5 (Sat.)

 

Contents

Friday November 4, Saturday November 5

“Natsume Soseki Haiku Relay ①” (10:00 – 11:30)
・Enjoy reading haiku written by Natsume Soseki and winners of the International “Kusamakura” Haiku Competition in both English and Japanese! (Haiku will be prepared for you to read)
・Participants will receive a prize after reading!

“Learn How to Make Traditional Korean Food” (11:30 – 13:30)
・Watch and learn as Korean international students make toppoki, sudubu jigae, and chijimi!
・Enjoy eating the food afterward!

“Natsume Soseki Haiku Relay ②” (13:30 15:00)

Other Events (All Day)
Traditional games will also be held throughout the day.  Feel free to join any time!
Presentations about study abroad will also be held throughout the day.

 

Location
Kumamoto University College of Cross-Cultural and Multidisciplinary Studies
(Kumamoto University North Kurokami Campus)

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For further access information: http://www.kumamoto-u.ac.jp/campusjouhou (Japanese)

 

 

Participation

Participation is free of charge!  Anybody is welcome to join.

If you would like to apply, please click on the following link to register.  Walk-in participation is also accepted.

Click here to register.

 

Contact
Kumamoto University College of Cross  Cultural and Multidisciplinary Studies
Address: 2-40-1, Kurokami, Chuo-ku, Kumamoto-shi
860-8555 JAPAN
Phone: 096-342-2091
Email: gji-ryugaku@jimu.kumamoto-u.ac.jp

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Film Screening and Discussion

The Cultural Anthropology Laboratory of the Faculty of Letters along with the College of Cross-Cultural and Multidisciplinary Studies at Kumamoto University will hold a special event of the Kumamoto Anthropology Film Society (KAFS),as follows:

 

Title

  • Firekeepers  (57 Minutes)

Director

Rosella Ragazzi

  • Kids Got a Song to Sing (37 Minutes)

Director

Itsushi Kawase

 

Date

Thursday, November 17, 17:30-20:00

 

Venue

Contemporary Art Museum Kumamoto

 

Other Information

There is no need to make reservations, people who are not affiliated with Kumamoto University are also welcome. We look forward to sharing good discussions with you! 

※There will be discussion with the films’ directors after the screening.

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