Affiliates Lunch Meetings and Events
- September 21: “The 'Cool Japan' Craze: Cultural Policy Exploiting Stigmatized Popular Culture”
Takeshi Matsui, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Commerce and Management,
- October 5: "Children in Glass Houses: Toward a Hygienic Architecture for Children in Third Republic France (1870-1940)"
Gina Greene, Doctoral Candidate, Architectural History, Princeton University
- October 19, 4:30-6pm, Bowl 2, Robertson Hall: "Chasing Aphrodite: The Hunt For Looted Antiquities at the World's Richest Museum"
Jason Felch and Ralph Frammolino, co-authors and Los Angeles Times investigative reporters
- November 9: "From the Pulps to the Stars: The Making of the American Science Fiction Magazine, 1923-1973"
David Reinecke,Doctoral Candidate, Sociology, Princeton University
- November 30: "The 'Popular Culture Model': Culture(s) of Giving and Organization in Community Arts Networks"
Nadezhda Savova, Anthropology, PhD Candidate
- December 7: "The Stories of Serenade: Nonprofit History and George Balanchine's "First Ballet in America'"
Jim Steichen, Doctoral Candidate, Music/Musicology, Princeton University
- February 8: "Even at My Age: A Study of Urban Teens and a Church Gospel Choir"
Allison Youatt Schnable, Doctoral Candidate, Sociology, Princeton University
- February 22: "The Birth of the Auteur – How the Studio Age Kept the Director Both in and Under Control"
Ronny Regev, Doctoral Candidate, History, Princeton University
- March 7: "How Can We Serve You: Artist-Run Nonprofits in the Netherlands"
Margo Handwerker, Doctoral Candidate, Architecture, Princeton University
- March 14 (029 Robertson Hall): "When Did an Opera Canon Emerge, and Was It 'Classical' Music?"
Dr. William Weber, Professor Emeritus, History Department, California State University
- April 25 (020 Robertson Hall): "Our Ancestors, Our Heroes: Saudi Tribal Campaigns to Suppress Historical Docudramas"
Nadav Samin, Doctoral Candidate, Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University
- May 9: "Architectural Spaces of Self Affirmation, Redefinition, and Theological Innovation in the Black Atlantic"
Adedoyin Teriba, Doctoral Candidate, Architectural History, Princeton University