Grad Students' and Faculty/Staff Members' Mini-lecture Program The 18th Session
Hangul was created in 1443 by Sejong, the fourth king of the Joseon Dynasty, and was promulgated in 1446 in a book called 「Hunminjeongeum」. According to 「Hunminjeongeum」, the basic vowels of Hangul are hieroglyphs in the shape of Sky (ㆍ[ʌ]), Earth (ㅡ[ɯ]), and Human (ㅣ[i]). And it also describes the position of the tongue and the shape of the lips when vowels are pronounced, based on excellent phonetic observations.
The "Mini-lecture Program" is part of the Active Learning Practice in the Library.
This program offers you to give active learning oriented lectures by graduate students and young faculty members who have completed the University of Tokyo Future Faculty Program (UTokyo FFP).
- This lecture was conducted only in Japanese.
- Organizer's website: The University of Tokyo New Library Project
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