Our Work

Purpose

The Princeton Journal of East Asian Studies is an official student academic journal supported by the East Asian Studies Program at Princeton University. It aims to foster intellectually rigorous student discourse on East Asian political, economic, social and cultural affairs. PJEAS is committed to both academic excellence and integrity, and strives for an atmosphere of mutual enhancement of knowledge and development of leadership in these fields.

Staff, as of 2011

    Management
  • Editors-in-Chief: Natalie Kim '12, Yunsuk Chung '12
  • Copy Editor: Heidi Yi '15, Charles Fortin '15
  • Layout Editor: Jiweon Kim '15
  • Finance Manager: Eric Wang '12
  • Publicity Manager: Alex Kim '12
  • Operations Manager: Jenna Song ' 14, Tanny Kang '14

  • China Editorial Team
  • Associate Editor: Eddie Skolnick '12
  • Editors: Rebecca Haynes '15, Charles Fontin '15, Tzu-Yung Huang '15, Gavin Cook '15, Adrienne Fung '14

  • Japan Editorial Team
  • Associate Editor: Rafael Abrahams '13
  • Editors: Tzu-Yung Huang '15, Ryohei Ozaki '14, Shiro Kuriwaki '14

  • Korea Editorial Team
  • Associate Editor: Anji Shin '13
  • Editors: Jennifer Cho '15, Lydia Lim '15, Jisoo Han '14

  • IT Team
  • IT Manager: Eeh Pyoung Rhee '13
  • IT Assistant: Thomas Truongchau '14

Sponsors

Princeton Department of East Asian Studies