TSUKUBA Lecture on Constitutional Law
TSUKUBA Lecture on Constitutional Law is designed to bring diverse perspectives to students at the University of Tsukuba, where students from different specialties gather, and to provide an opportunity to learn about constitutional law. The first lecture was held in December 2021. Lectures are open to all students, faculty members and staff, and they are held in Japanese or English.
This lecture series is organised by School of Social and International Studies and supported by Undergraduate Common Foundation Subjects Subcommittee.
The 2nd –21 Jan. 2022
The Japanese Constitution and Diplomacy
Lecturer: Motohide Yoshikawa
(Distinguished Professor, International Christian University; Former Japanese Ambassador to the United Nations)
The 4th –14 Nov. 2022
International Legal Discourse in the Russia-Ukraine Crisis: Defense, Critique and Renewal of ‘the Rules-Based International Order’
Lecturer: Dr. Yota NEGISHI
(Associate Professor, Seinan Gakuin University)
The 6th –14 Feb. 2023
A Journalist’s Perspective to Okinawa and the Japanese Constitution
Lecturer: Hanayo OYA (Assistant Professor, Broadcast & Digital Journalism, Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University)
Assistant ProfessorFaculty of Humanities and Social Sciences