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Master of Arts in
HISTORY
Master of Arts:     English Language and Literature   Japanese Language and Literature   History   Socio-Cultural Studies   Philosophy   Human Sciences (Psychology and Education)
Doctor of Philosophy:     Humanities   Socio-Cultural Studies   Human Sciences (Psychology and Education)

   The Graduate Program in History has three major areas of study: Japanese History, Oriental History, and Western History. The program provides students with a solid foundation in analytical skills to address issues surrounding modern society, as well as to investigate the historical facts.
   Courses being offered in our program include those on ancient, medieval, early modern, and modern Japan, as well as those on modern China, the Middle East, Great Britain, France, Germany and the Hapsburg Monarchy.

FACULTY MEMBERS AND THEIR AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

Japanese History
ISHIHARA, Hiiro (Recturer):
   Medieval Japan
SASAKI, Keisuke (Professor):
   Ancient Japan
SASAKI, Takashi (Professor):
   Modern and Contemporary Japan; Political History of the Meiji Era

Oriental History
AJIOKA, Toru (Professor):
   Modern China
YAMAGUCHI, Akihiko (Professor):
   Early Modern Iran

Western History
INDE, Tadao (Professor):
   Medieval Europe (History of Christianity, Social History)
KOIZUMI, Toru (Professor):
   Early Modern Europe
KUWANA, Eiko (Associate Professor):
   Eastern Europe

   In addition to the courses taught by the faculty members listed above, we offer a wide variety of lecture courses and seminars taught by adjunct lecturers, all of them distinguished scholars in their respective areas of specialization.

   There is a credit transfer agreement among the University of the Sacred Heart, Tokyo Woman's Christian University, and Japan Women's University that recognizes courses and/or programs undertaken at other institutions to count towards courses and/or programs at the University of the Sacred Heart.