Open Lectures 

Open Lectures

Forthcoming Open Lectures

Records of ICC Open Lectures
Records of History of Science Open Forum

Lecturers belong to ICU, unless otherwise specified (titles as of lecture date).
Discipline names indicate fields of study, not necessarily of teaching.


ICC Special Open Lecture


Greek Myths and the Symposium * room changed
[lecture in English]

Professor Malcolm Davies, Associate Professor / Fellow, St John’s College, The University of Oxford, Classics

15:10 – 17:40, Monday, September 25, 2017
rm. H-116, University Hall (Honkan), International Christian University (ICU)
* joint hosting with the course “Transcultural Studies II”
(JSPS Grants in Aid for Scientific Research (C) “A Mythological and Comparative-Literary Study on Mythological Narrative in Greco-Roman Classical Literature”(17K02602))

From Night to Night: Apollo, Artemis and Hermes in the Iliad *
[lecture in English]

Professor Malcolm Davies, Associate Professor / Fellow, St John’s College, The University of Oxford, Classics

15:10 – 17:40, Wednesday, September 27, 2017
rm. H-204, University Hall (Honkan), International Christian University (ICU)
* joint hosting with the course “Reading in Philosophy II”
(JSPS Grants in Aid for Scientific Research (C) “A Mythological and Comparative-Literary Study on Mythological Narrative in Greco-Roman Classical Literature”(17K02602))


<Pedilavium Society and ICC joint-hosting Open Lecture>

Double Vision in the Book of Job time fixed
[lecture in Japanese]

Professor Emeritus Koichi Namiki, OT Studies

14:00 – 16:30, Saturday, October, 7, 2017
rm. A-206 (2F), Administration Building, International Christian University (ICU)
Participation fee: 300 yen (free for students)


History of Science Open Forum


Maria Sibylla Merian: The Scientist
[lecture in English]

Dr. Jeyaraney Kathirithamby, Research Lecturer / Fellow, St Hugh’s College, The University of Oxford, Entomology

13:00 – 15:30, Friday, September 29, 2017
Upper-floor Lounge, Alumni House, International Christian University (ICU)

 


 

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