FACULTYGlobal Liberal Arts Program (GLAP)

Nakagomi, Sayaka

Courses in charge
Tutorial 1・2,Liberal Arts in Higher Education,Second Year Seminar,Study Abroad 1・2

Message
GLAP is a place where teachers and students with various backgrounds work together to understand and to practice liberal arts, one of the core academic spirits of Rikkyo University. Let’s become a global leader with wide knowledge and flexible and critical thinking skill by experiencing GLAP and Study Abroad!
Specialized field/Current Research theme/Research Activity
■Specialized field
History of English girls' education during the late 19th & the early 20th century. Social history of education.

■Current Research theme
1) Transformation of ‘domestic subjects’ in English girls' high schools. Educational experiences of women teachers & women students.
2) Transnational approach to women's higher education in Japan before the World War II.

■Research Activity
“English middle-class girls’ education and ‘domestic subjects’: Curriculum and students of Manchester High School for Girls 1894-1914”. Shien, 78 (1), 2018 [Japanese].
“English middle-class girls’ high schools and ‘domestic subjects’ 1871-1914”. Unpublished PhD Thesis. UCL Institute of Education, University of London, 2016.
“Introduction of Housewifery into English Girls’ Secondary Schools in the Late 19th to the Early 20th Century: Re-reading the writings of S. A. Burstall”.“ Women and Gender in History”, 2, 2014 [Japanese].

Ohashi, Satomi

Courses in charge
Tutorial 1・2,Culture and Fine Arts,Second Year Seminar,Study Abroad 1・2

Message
Tackling different subjects of study with the perspectives and ways of Liberal Arts in the intimate educational environment with a small number of students of GLAP will make you a true global leader. Acquire flexible thoughts and knowledge to be active in the colourful world!
Specialized field/Current Research theme/Research Activity
■Specialized field
Social History of Britain in the early modern and modern periods.
Consumer society and culture in British society.

■Current Research theme
Auctions in the British Consumer Society and Culture in the 18th and 19th centuries.

■Research Activity
‘The Auction Duty Act of 1777: the beginning of Institutionalisation of auctions in Britain’, in J. Warren and A. Turpin ed., “Auctions, Agents and Dealers: The Mechanisms of the Art Market, 1660-1830”, Archaeopress (Oxford), 2007;
‘Passing on one’s taste in life: the roles and effects of general auctions in spreading noble lifestyle in England in the eighteenth century’, in Y. Tanaka, S. Majima, H. Shin eds., “Moving Around: People, Things and Practices in Consumer Culture” (History of Consumer Culture 2014 Conference Proceedings), Tokyo, 2015;
“ The Consuming Culture in England in the 18th century and Public Auctions in the Local Community”, in Y. Tanaka, S. Majima, H. Shin eds., “Objects, Desire and Sociability” (History of Consumer Culture 2017 Conference Proceedings), Tokyo, (2018)

Abu-Dari, Mazen Musa Moh'd

Courses in charge
Tutorial 1・2,Career and University Education in the Global World,Introduction to Finance,Introduction to Marketing

Message
Global Liberal Arts Program is a unique program that aims at providing the students with knowledge on various fields, such as business, humanities, and citizenship. The program includes a year of studying abroad, which provides the student with a chance to experience life and study aboard. We, at the program, would like to do our utmost to assist in preparing the global future for our students.
Specialized field/Current Research theme/Research Activity
■Specialized field
Macroeconomics, monetary policy and central banking

■Current Research theme
Structural Change in the Japanese Monetary Policy: Taylor Analysis via Markov Switching Approach.

■Research Activity
Monetary Policy of Jordan: Taylor Rule Approach. YNU-IGSS Journal, 2006.

Lee, Misook

Courses in charge
Tutorial 1・2,Citizenship Education,Political Sociology,Principles of Sociology

Message
In today's globalization and digitalization, we have witnessed a range of political, social, and cultural changes, and are required to tackle various challenges. Based on Sociology and Media studies, we will explore the ways to understand, analyze, and grapple with these newly emerged challenges and conflicts. Let's keep a sense of active participation in building a society which respects human rights and diversity.
Specialized field/Current Research theme/Research Activity
■Specialized field
Global Sociology, Mass Communication Studies, Social Movement Studies

■Current Research theme
Transnational Public Sphere, Transformation of Public Sphere in Digital age, Solidarity Movement in Asia

■Research Activity
・『「日韓連帯運動」の時代—1970-80年代におけるトランスナショナルな公共圏とメディア』東京大学出版会, 2018. (The Age of the Japan-Korea Solidarity Movement: Transnational Public Sphere and Media in the 1970s and 80s)
・” Succession or Cessation: The Challenge of New Media for the Japan-Korea Solidarity Movement,” in Media Practices, Social Movements, and Performativity : Transdisciplinary Approaches, Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies,
2018.
・“South Korea’ s Democratization Movement of the 1970s and 80s and Communicative Interaction in Transnational Ecumenical Networks,” International Journal of Korean History. Vol. 19 (2), 2014.
・“The Japan-Korea Solidarity Movement in the 1970s and 1980s: From Solidarity to Reflexive Democracy,” The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vo1. 12 (38-1), 2014.
・「韓国民主化運動における地下情報の発信—越境的なキリスト者ネットワークの形成と活動を中心に」『コンタクト・ゾーン』Vol. 5, 2012. (“Dissemination of Underground Information in the Democratization movement of South Korea: Formation and Activities of Transnational Networks of Christians,” Contact Zone)
・「マスメディアにおける他者化言説の形成過程—韓国の結婚移住女性に関する時事報道番組を中心に」『情報学研究』Vol. 78 (3), 2010.
(“Media Discourse on Migrant Women in South Korea: The ‘Othering’ Process in Mass Media Journalism,” Journal of Information Studies)

Nadeau, Randall L.

Courses in charge
Tutorial 1,University Education in the World,Japan in Asian Context

Message
Liberal Arts education develops the bicameral brain. Neurobiological experiments show that artistic talent strengthens the brain’s capacity for mathematics and science... that acquisition of a foreign language strengthens our ability to make complex logical arguments... that training the ear and performing a musical instrument strengthens not only our hearts, but also our minds.

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