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The second year Global Course students participated in the workshop at National Museum of Ethnology in Osaka on July 6 (Sa). At the beggining of the workshop, Mr. IKEYA Kazunobu, Professor at the Department of Modern Society and Civilization, gave the lecture titled, "What Is Humanity?-Cognitive Revolution and Beads," in which the students learned how important it is to think of things on a global scale and from a humanity-wide viewpoint. After that, they visited both the permanent and special exhibitions, which showed them the grand civilization humans have built. While they have quite many opportunities to look at international issues in Innovation Studies II and Kyoto and the World Landscape, today's workshop at National Museum provided them with a chance to realize the significance of looking at things from a comprehensive, panoramic viewpoint.

 
 
 
 
 
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