新・学問のすゝめー東大教授たちの近代(学術俯瞰講義)
A New Gakumon no Susume (An Encouragement of Learning) – University of Tokyo Professors in the Modern Era (Global Focus on Knowledge)

新・学問のすゝめー東大教授たちの近代(学術俯瞰講義)
A New Gakumon no Susume (An Encouragement of Learning) – University of Tokyo Professors in the Modern Era (Global Focus on Knowledge)
コーディネータ 吉見俊哉(副学長、情報学環) ナビゲータ   森本祥子(東京大学文書館、総合研究博物館) 日本近代を通じ、東京大学はこの国の「学」が生まれ、移植され、変容していく主舞台であった。英国における工業の発展がスコットランド経由で工学の形成を生み、医学はドイツ医学を基礎に発展し、和算から近代数学への転換があり、物理学では旧幕派がお雇い外国人経由でない知の形成を担った。他方、東大の公法学者は立憲制度の成立に深く関わり、軍事と学問の間にも一筋縄ではいかない関係があった。東大を主舞台に展開したドラマのすべてが、日本近代の学知の根幹をなす。ところが私たちは、過去の東大で誰が、いかにして学問を生み出してきたのかを意外に知らない。この講義では、近代の学問の結果だけを教えるのではなく、その知を創りだした人物、背景、そして「学」誕生の舞台となった東京大学の現場を再発掘する。東大を舞台に学問がいかなる人のつながりから生まれ変化していったのか、その歴史を戦後の東大で試みられた改革や大学紛争時の知的苦闘に至るまでたどっていく。 Coordinator: Syunya Yoshimi (Vice President, Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies) Navigator: Sachiko Morimoto (The University of Tokyo Archives, The University Museum, the University of Tokyo) Throughout modern times, the University of Tokyo was the main stage where “learning” was born, transplanted, and transformed in Japan. At the University of Tokyo, the academic discipline of engineering was created via Scotland by developments in industry in England, medicine was developed based on German medicine, there was the shift from wasan (traditional Japanese mathematics) to modern mathematics, and in physics, the former shogunate scholars created knowledge that did not come from the foreign government advisors known as oyatoi gaikokujin. On the other hand, the University of Tokyo’s scholars in public law were intimately involved in the creation of a constitutional system, and the relationship between the military and academia was not a straightforward one. All the dramas which developed with the University of Tokyo as the main stage formed the core of knowledge in modern Japan. Yet, we are surprisingly ignorant who created knowledge at the University of Tokyo in the past, and how. This lecture series not only tells of the fruits of modern academia, but also serves to rediscover the people, backgrounds, and settings where the University of Tokyo was the stage where “knowledge” was born. This series will trace the people who were involved in creating and transforming scholarship, leading up to the reforms attempted after World War II and the intellectual struggles during the university dispute.
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南原繁と戦後の東大  苅部 直
Nanbara Shigeru and the Postwar University of Tokyo Tadashi Karube
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美濃部達吉と日本の「憲法・国法学」―大正デモクラシーと大正コロニアリズムのあいだ  石川健治
Minobe Tatsukichi and Japan’s “Constitutional Law and National Law” – Between Taishō Democracy and Taishō Colonialism Kenji Ishikawa