Graduate School of Humanities and Human Sciences

The Graduate School of Humanities and Human Sciences consists of 2 majors, 11 courses, and 20 laboratories, where students can learn advanced and cutting-edge research. Research and education that come into contact with the fundamental issues related to the SDGs are being developed in a multifaceted manner, and we are producing graduate school graduates who are active in various industries in addition to research jobs. A distinctive feature of Graduate School of Humanities and Human Sciences is that in addition to theoretically tackling the essence of problems, they actually go out into the field and work on "problems that are in front of them right now." It is done.
Research on gender and sexuality is related to ethics and philosophy, as well as literature and sociology. Rural community development, initiatives related to communities and natural resources, and research on alien species are related to community development and the richness of land and sea. Efforts and research related to inequality and peace in countries and regions are conducted in multiple laboratories such as Japanese history, language science, Ainu indigenous studies, Slavic Eurasian studies, regional science, and behavioral science.