Our Plan

Asian American Studies is a fast growing body of study in America. Not only is the demographic the fastest growing minority population in the US, but there is a huge influx of Asian Americans into every industry and life path.

Asian American Studies will become a key lens in which to view modern America. It’s a study of law, public policy, journalism, human values, sociology, journalism, English, media and culture, psychology and of course history.

We aim to keep Princeton at the forefront of all academic changes, to improve and revitalize Princeton’s academic environment. A program that organizes these courses and encourages more to be taught about this growing ethnic group would help further complete the picture of race in American society.

There’s a wave coming, and we aim to ride it.

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    If you are interested in staying up to date on Asian American studies progress at Princeton, please join our email list! You can sign up here: http://tinyurl.com/PrincetonASAMList
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    We welcome all questions/comments/concerns...no matter how virulent they are!

    Email Rebecca Weng '18 at rweng@princeton.edu or Andrew Hahm '17 at ahahm@princeton.edu.

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    Also check out Unfound, the Princeton Journal of Asian American Studies! The website can be found at www.unfoundjournal.com. The next submission deadline is September 8th, 2014.

    The website for the Princeton Asian American Students Association can be found at www.aasaprinceton.weebly.com. AASA's Facebook page can be found here.

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