Fall 2004 - Spring 2005

Affiliates Lunch Meetings and Events

Fall 2004


Wednesday, 9/29, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace) – Lisanne Gibson, Princeton University, CACPS Post-Doctoral Fellow; Situating Local Cultural Policy within International Culture Circuits'


Thursday, 10/21, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace) – Larry McGill, Princeton University, Cultural Policy & the Arts National Data Archive; CPANDA: A New Resource for Cultural Policy Researchers


Wednesday, 11/10, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace) – Yue Zhang, Princeton University, Department of Politics; Cultural Policy and Urban Preservation in Three Cities: Beijing, Chicago, and Paris


Thursday, 12/16, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace) – Andras Szanto, Columbia University, National Arts Journalism Program; Reporting the Arts II: News Coverage of Arts and Culture in America

Spring 2005


Wednesday, 1/19, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace) – Jan Marontate, Department of Sociology, Acadia University; "From Objecthood to Emulation in Contemporary Cultural Heritage Preservation Strategies: New Perspectives on Authenticity, Permanence and Change"


Tuesday, 2/8, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace) – Artist Talk (co-sponsored with the Center for Jewish Life ) with visual artist Siona Benjamin, Trinity College; Finding Home and the Dilemma of Belonging

Tuesday, 2/15, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace) – Jonathan Vickery, Centre for Cultural Policy Studies, University of Warwick


Thursday, 3/10, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace) – John Kreidler, Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley; Cultural Dynamics in Silicon Valley: Research and Initiatives Related to Immigrants, School Reform and Consumer Demand


Friday, 4/15, 12 to 2 p.m. (438 Robertson) – CACPS Advisory Committee Meeting

Wednesday, 4/20, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace) – Paul DiMaggio, Department of Sociology, Princeton University, and Toqir Mukhtar, Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies; Arts Participation as Cultural Capital in the United States, 1982-2002: Signs of Decline?

Friday, 4/22, 12 p.m. workshop / 4:00 p.m. performance (Taplin Auditorium) – Performance/Workshop (co-sponsored with the Program in African-American Studies and the Music Department) with New York composer/ performer Daniel Bernard Roumain


Wednesday, 5/4, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace) – Charles Kirschbaum, Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies; Jazz and Bossa: Structural Changes and Identity Creation in Cultural Movements