PoNJA-GenKon and Asia Art Archive in America are pleased to announce the PoNJA Wikipedia Initiative – Round 2 (PWI 2) Fellows, consisting of ten Graduate Fellows. The PWI Editorial Committee received an overwhelming number of highly qualified applications for the Fellowship, which made our final selection process very competitive. The new Fellows will be working with the new Editorial Team: Reiko Tomi, Project Director; Nina Horisaki-Christens, Editorial Associate; and Sohl Lee, Editorial Associate.

PWI 2 Fellows
In alphabetical order  
Graduate Fellows
Diane Ahn (MIT)
Elizabeth Allen (Sorbonne Université)
Maggie Bryan (University of Oxford)
Anna Lee (Hunter College, City University of New York)
Taryn Lee (University of California, Irvine)
Simone Levine (The University of Chicago)
Kimihiko Nakamura (Heidelberg University)
Nanase Shirokawa (MIT)
Jihyun (Jess) Son (SOAS, University of London)
Sofia Thieu D’Amico (Bard College Center for Curatorial Studies)

The PWI 2 Fellows will work to build a public knowledge base of modern and contemporary Japanese and Korean art by adding or improving articles on Wikipedia. We are also planning to host additional public edit-a-thons throughout PWI 2 to build on this initiative and create an opportunity for the Fellows to share their PWI contributions with the broader community.

If you would like to receive updates on the progress of PWI and its future programs, please sign up for a free membership to receive this information, as well as other news in the field.

Reiko Tomii, Project Director (PoNJA-GenKon)
Hilary Chassé, Project Manager (AAA-A)

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