Fall 2003 - Spring 2004

Affiliates Lunch Meetings and Public Lectures/Symposia

Fall 2003


Thursday, 9/18, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace) – Emily Abruzzo, ’03, Princeton, School of Architecture. “Shopping the Museum into the 21st Century.”


Thursday, 10/2, 12 p.m. – 185 Nassau -- Liz Lerman – founder and artistic director, Liz Lerman Dance Exchange, and recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship. “Ferocious Beauty, Tiny Monstrosities: The Human Genome.”

Tuesday, 10/7, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace) -- Bruno Frey, Institute for Empirical Research in Economics, University of Zurich. “Museums: Balancing Financial and Social Profit”

Tuesday, 10/7, 4:30 p.m. (016 Robertson) PUBLIC LECTURE – Bruno Frey (response by Daniel Kahneman). “What Can Economist Say About Happiness?”

Friday, 10/24, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace) -- Pierre-Michel Menger, Centre de Sociologie des Arts --“Work, creativity and growth: the arts as a paradigm for designing changes in the organization of work and employment”


Wednesday, 11/12, (438 Robertson) 12 to 2:00 p.m. CACPS Advisory Committee Meeting

TBA -- Thea Petchler, University of Minnesota and CACPS Affiliate – “Creativity in the Nation’s Service: Embracing a New Paradigm in America ”


Thursday, 12/11, 12 to 2 p.m. (300 Wallace) Mini-symposium on book markets, publishing and publics (2 hour session)

Thierry Rigogne, Princeton University, Department of History – “Books and Markets in 18th Century France”

Hannah R. Johnson - Princeton University, Department of English –“The Economics of Publishing: Popular Nonfiction, Humanities Scholarship, and Issues of Credibility.”

Ed Tenner –“Technology and the Transformation of Publishing: Authors, Readers and Markets.”

Paul Starr: respondent

Spring 2004


Thursday, 1/22, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace) – Bob Wuthnow, Princeton University, Sociology. “The Arts and Religion.”


Thursday, 2/12, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace) – David Grazian, University of Pennsylvania, Sociology. “Popular Culture as Public Policy: Urban Development and the Chicago Blues.”

Thursday, 2/26, 12 p.m. (300 Wallace) – Mini-symposium on art and innovation in the contemporary U.S. (2 hour session)

Liz Engelman (McCarter Theatre) and Tamsen Wolff (Princeton University, English) – “Innovation in the nonprofit theatre in America.”

Alan Shockley, Princeton University, Department of Music – “The Market for Contemporary Composition”

Ted Coffey, Princeton University, Department of Music – “New Music, New Experiences, New Forms of Distribution”

Steven Holochwost, Rutgers University, Department of Music – “Contemporary Music Composition, Dissemination and New Organizational Forms”

Paul DiMaggio: respondent


Thursday, 3/11, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace) - Antoine Hennion, Centre de Sociologie de l'Innovation – “Music Lovers and Other Sorts of ‘Amateurs’: Towards a Pragmatic Sociology of Taste”

Thursday, 3/25, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace) - Richard Butsch, Rider University, author of The Making of American Audiences from Stage to Television, 1750-1990. “Crowds, Publics or Individuals: Examining American Audiences.”


Tuesday, 4/6, 12 to 2 p.m. (165 Wallace) - CACPS Advisory Committee Meeting

Thursday, 4/22, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace) - Kim Babon, University of Chicago, Sociology – “Art in the Urban Context – Controversies Over ‘Non-controversial’ Public Sculpture.”


Thursday, 5/6, 4:00 p.m. (001 Robertson) PUBLIC LECTURE -- Forum on “"The Creation of the Media: Political Origins of Modern Communications. Speakers: Paul Starr, Princeton University; Nicholas Lemann, Columbia University; Eli Noam, Columbia University; Annabel Patterson, Yale University; and Michael Schudson, University of California, San Diego.

Thursday, 5/13, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace) - Steven Tepper and Jesse Mintz-Roth, Princeton University, CACPS – “Stop the Beat: Chicago, Raves and Conflict Over Youth Culture”