To solve modern society’s many complex problems, we must learn about the past. How have we ended up in this situation? What are the root causes? To learn about the past, we must use all the means and methods at our disposal to shed light on the past across a variety of existing disciplines. Having a proper understanding of your own positions will enable you to find clues to solving complex situations. At the School of Interdisciplinary Science and Innovation, you’re bound to gain a thorough education in how to shed light on those positions. My specialism is archeology, so I hope that we’ll be able to hone each other’s abilities to solve the problems that have run through society from the past through to the present day.
Courses in charge
Field Research（Common Basic Courses/Crossing Study Areas）
Introduction to History and Archeology（Reflective Courses/States and Regions）
Regional Perspective from Archeology（Interdisciplinary Science & Innovation Courses/States and Regions）
Lecture Series（Reflective Courses）
Basic Project for Interdisciplinary Science and Innovation,Project for Interdisciplinary Science and Innovation（Collaborative Courses）