Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ) Public Lectures

Temple University, Japan Campus(TUJ)

Public lectures

Graduate College of Education

Nine times a year, the Distinguished Lecturer Series brings internationally recognized TESOL scholars to TUJ for intensive weekend seminars. The first three hours of each seminar (Saturday session from 14:00 to 17:00) are free and open to the general public. Alumni of the TUJ’s Graduate College of Education are welcome to attend the entire weekend without charge; the weekend auditing fee for others is ¥12,500.

Qualitative and Narrative Approaches to Data Analysis

Professor: Dr. Gary Barkhuizen (University of Auckland)
Schedule: Saturday, January 12, 14:00 – (Tokyo),
Saturday, January 19, 14:00 – (Osaka)

Writing in the Disciplines: Specificity, Community and Identity

Professor: Dr. Ken Hyland (University of Hong Kong)
Schedule: Saturday, February 16, 14:00 – (Tokyo),
Saturday, February 23, 14:00 – (Osaka),

Introduction to Multi-Modal Classroom Discourse Analysis Using Video

Professor: Dr. Frederick Erickson (University of California, Los Angeles)
Schedule: Saturday, March 9, 14:00 – (Tokyo),
Saturday, March 16, 14:00 – (Osaka)

For more details, click http://www.tuj.ac.jp/tesol/seminars/index.html

ICAS: Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies

Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies (ICAS) hosts more than 40 lectures and symposiums each year, and invites top-class experts and specialists as speakers. Lecture topics range from politics, the economy, and foreign and military affairs, to cinema and pop culture. All events are open to the public and usually free of charge.
For more details, click http://www.facebook.com/tuj.icas?ref=stream

Seminars and Workshops

Continuing Education Program

Get up to speed on the latest hot topics by attending our short courses and seminars, which offer a great way to explore a special area of interest quickly.

Tokyo: http://www.tuj.ac.jp/cont-ed/courses/seminars-tokyo.html
Osaka(Sennan): http://www.tuj.ac.jp/cont-ed/courses/seminars-sennan.html