Fall 2005 - Spring 2006

Affiliates Lunch Meetings and Events

Fall 2005


Thursday, 9/29, 12 p.m. (015 Robertson Hall) – Laura Clawson, Princeton University, Department of Sociology; “Issues in Community Maintenance: The Case of Sacred Harp Singing”


Wednesday, 10/12, 12 p.m. (5 Ivy Lane) – (co-sponsored with the Center for the Study of Religion) with D. Michael Lindsay, Princeton University, Department of Sociology; “A Vision for the Center: How Social Elites Have Reshaped American Evangelicalism”


Thursday, 11/17, 12 p.m. (015 Robertson) – Amy Binder, University of California–San Diego, Department of Sociology; "Intelligent Design in the Schools"


Thursday, 12/8, 12 p.m. (015 Robertson, noon) – Tim Dowd, Emory University, Department of Sociology; “Organizing the Musical Canon: The Repertoires of Major U.S. Symphony Orchestras, 1842 to 1969”

Spring 2006


Thursday, 2/9, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace Hall) – Maxwell Anderson, Principal with AEA Consulting and former director of the Whitney Museum of American Art; “Collections, Commerce, and Communities: Challenges Facing Art Museums in the 21st Century”


Wednesday, 3/1, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. (205 East Pyne) – Film screening of “Sonic Outlaws,” hosted by Thomas Levin, Department of German, Princeton University

Wednesday, 3/29, 12 p.m. (165 Wallace Hall) – Susanne Janssen, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Department of Sociology; “Cultural Classification Systems in Transition (CCST): Internationalization of Arts Journalism in France, Germany, the Netherlands and the U.S., 1955-2005”


Monday, 5/23, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m (Maclean House) – Affiliates Reception


Friday, 6/2, 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m (300 Wallace Hall) – Working Meeting (co-sponsored with the Center for Migration and Development) – “Migration and the Arts in the United States”