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Waseda students and students from the U.S. partner universities will be enrolled in Global Leadership Fellows Forum and the U.S.-Japan Zemi.

グローバル・リーダーシップ・フェローズ・フォーラムGlobal Leadership Fellow Forum


Global Leadership Fellows Forum provides a place for the community building among the GLFP Fellows. All the Fellows will meet regularly every week to discuss global issues and work together for the group projects. Fellows are expected to develop a global perspective through analysis and discussion of various issues in global society. Fellows are expected to conduct group research projects on global issues. Fellows learn from each other to understand different approaches and perspectives to analyze the issues and discuss the possible solutions. These experiences would be the ideal opportunity to exercise and practice leadership for the prospective leaders who expand their horizon and shape our global future. (mandatory)

日米共同ゼミU.S.-Japan Zemi

GLFPの学生は、特定の学問分野(社会科学分野・人文科学分野)のゼミを選択・履修し、文献課題に関するディスカッション、リサーチ・プロジェクトを通じて、ゼミのテーマとなる学問への理解を深めていきます。ゼミにおける学びを自らの専門分野にも活かすこともできます。 (必修)

Waseda and U.S. Fellows will be enrolled in one of the zemi, or Japanese-style seminars in a specific discipline in either Humanities or Social Science under a close supervision by professors. Through a close reading of literatures in the discipline and discussion, and research papers, they will deepen their understanding of the themes in an academic discipline to strengthen their academic study. (mandatory)

Introduction of the Zemi

Marisa Kellam (Associate Professor, School of Political Science and Economics)
Directed Research Seminar - Theories and Methods of Political Science 01

[Zemi Syllabus]
Zemi Syllabus - Prof. Marisa Kellam 

[Message to the Prospective Fellows]
By acquiring theoretical understanding of political science and economics and by developing skills in rigorous methods of research, you can transform your initial curiosity about the world into knowledge that may benefit the world.

Richi Sakakibara- (Professor, School of International Liberal Studies)
Global Leadership Fellows Program Directed Research Seminar

[Zemi Syllabus]
Zemi Syllabus - Prof. Sakakibara 

[Message to the Prospective Fellows]
Reading literature is a great way to understand culture. In my US-Japan zemi, we’ll read and discuss various literary works of modern and contemporary Japan. All of these works address universal issues ? love, violence, war, gender, identity, terrorism, sexuality, etc.? but at the same time, these issues manifest themselves in a local manner. By analyzing the way in which these familiar issues are represented in literature, we will be able to see the specific cultural/historical situation Japan has been placed since 1945. I’m looking forward to working with you in my zemi!

  • *The professors and syllabuses will be subject to change.