Multisensory Communication: How do people combine the information from the eyes and ears?
Studies of writers of Kabuki in the city of Edo: How did the style of Kanai Sansho pass on to his apprentice, Tsuruya Namboku?
What can language education do to create a society where everyone participates equally and fairly?
Maruyama Masao Center for the History of Ideas
At TWCU, you will learn how to discover
your true self and this will set you free.
What is true selfhood? What is the true freedom of the self?
It begins with finding something you are interested in,
something you care deeply about, and so thinking about who and what you want to be.
Here, on TWCU’s beautiful campus,
the founding spirit of lifelong learning resides.
In the 1920s, when the campus was built, its style of concrete buildings was not common.
The architecture embodies the spirit of TWCU, which is not bound by a static set of values.
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