ResearchResearch Institutes and Centers
Center for Applied Ethics and Philosophy
The center has two main purposes: one is to educate and train young philosophers and ethicists with a contemporary perspective of applied ethics, and the other is to promote a wide variety of research and education concerning applied ethics at the University.
Center for Northern Humanities
The purpose of this research center is to promote education and research in the field of “Northern Humanities,” exploring this area from a multidisciplinary perspective through the many academic specialties of the Graduate School of Letters, such as history, culture, linguistics, art, and the environment. To promote this aim, we have planned and organized various activities, including symposia, workshops, conferences, publications, and lectures.