LEE Jong Won

 Ph. D. in International Politics, The University of Tokyo
 Associate Professor ,Tohoku University, Faculty of Law (1991-1996)
 Professor , Rikkyo University Faculty of Law (1996~2012)
 Visiting Fellow, East Asian Studies Program, Princeton University (1998~2000)
 Professor , Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University (2012~ present)

■Field of Specialization:
 International Relations in East Asia, International History, Contemporary Korean Studies
■Research Theme:
 Regionalism and security in Northeast Asia
 Japan-Korea-China relations
 Democracy and nationalism in East Asia
■Major Works / Publications Awards:
 【Major Works】
  An East Asian Community: A Concept or a Reality? (ed,Manila: Anvil Publications, 2006)
   Foreign Book Award, Organization of American Historians, 1999
■Academic Societies / Service to Society:
 【Academic Societies】
  Japan Association of International Relations
  Peace Studies Association of Japan
  Association for Contemporary Korean Studies in Japan
■Research Project:
 MA: Politics and Diplomacy in Korea, International Relations in Northeast Asia
※MA: Not available for September 2018 and April 2019 Admission(Sabbatical leave from September 2018 to September 2019)
 PhD: Contemporary Korean Studies, International Relations in Northeast Asia
■Research theme, outline of project research seminar, message to prospects:
 This project seminar is designed to offer academic studies on current affairs and issues in the international relations of East Asia, with a particular focus on the Korean peninsula. In terms of discipline and methodology, social science such as politics and international relations is emphasized, while broader perspectives of area studies including history, sociology, cultural studies and others are encouraged. In this seminar, we aim to educate academics, practitioners, and public leaders with expertise in the Korean peninsula and East Asia in general.
Reflecting the challenges in the region of Northeast Asia surrounding the Korean peninsula, the research topics of the students are diverse: The young generation and changing Korean politics; gender problems in North Korean society; media and nationalism in Korea, Japan, and China; historical/territorial issues and diplomacy in Northeast Asia; globalization and nationalism in sports; regional cooperation and development in Northeast Asia, to name a few.
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