First Lecture of Citizen Lecture Series Held in cooperation with Tachikawa Branch of Yomiuri Shimbun

April 22, 2015

On Saturday, April 11th, the 1st lecture of the Citizen Lecture Series, “Live in the Present: the World Where People are Living/Have Lived” was held at Prometheus Hall. The first lecture was titled “Spanish Culture and Flamenco: 40 years of the post-franco era”. This lecture series is sponsored by the Tachikawa branch of the Yomiuri Shimbun.

In the first part of the lecture, a three-way conversation took place between President Tateishi, writer Go Osaka, and dancer Yoko Komatsuhara. In the second part, a TUFS Spanish dance group performed a dance. 

The video of the three-way conversation is streamed from Youtube:Tufs Channel .

The second lecture will be conducted on Saturday, May 9th from 13:30 at Prometheus Hall. TUFS emeritus professor Kimihiko Sato will deliver a lecture, “Antiforeignism and Nationalism in China”.

For further information about the lecture, please visit here  (Japanese text)