Very interesting where I finished the whole course 2 weeks before the due date because I really enjoyed it. I have been a Japan fanatic since middle school so this course is really my cup of tea
It was really fun to learn about the history of such art pieces as well as the notable people behind its creation and influence. Mr. Campbell discussed everything clearly as expected.
By Valerie M•
Japanese Culture is so interesting. Who knew...
By Luiza R V d C•
Incrível, me ajudou muito com a minha pesquisa!
By DEEPA K•
Informative and Knowledgeable course.
By Alena R•
Thank you! Brilliant course, very inspiring.
By ANDREA V C G•
Excelente Curso, muy completo e inspirador.
By Janelle H•
Very interesting and enjoyable. Thank you.
By Desmond Y•
Comprehensive and precise in the teaching.
By K. L•
Very interesting course. I learned a lot.
By Barbara K•
charming course, beautifully presented
By Saravanakumar S•
Excellent course, interesting topics.
By Clarisa L•
very good explanation and sources!
By Paloma C I•
Muy interesante y didáctico
By Juan M C M•
Ha sido de gran ayuda!!
By Lisheng H•
Unique scope of history
By Vy N•
I love this course!!!
By jordi o j•
so interesting info!
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By Lee Y S J•
I found the course content very interesting and the delivery generally very easy to understand. The professor also showed his wealth of knowledge in the subject matter through his lectures. If there is one thing which I was unhappy about, it has to be the subtitles for the lectures which were riddled with mistakes and the Japanese terms had a fair number of spelling mistakes. If this can be improved, it will help the students learn better. On a related note, it would be good to have the Japanese names of the individuals featured in the course as I find that there are limited resources in English if I want to do further reading on these people and would need their names in Japanese script to find resources in Japanese.
By Ebru O•
The course presents an interesting point of view that combines literature and visual materials (ukiyo-e, illustrations and photographs) in Japanese culture. There are many specific examples that we study and make the concept easier to understand.
By Sumyi L•
Nice learning pace and interesting pick of works of art. It will be great if it can come with a suggested reading list.