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Seven Mellon fellows receive grants
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CPANDA launched

- Princeton Center receives grant to create national data archive for policy and the arts
- Princeton Center receives grant from the Rockefeller Foundation to advance research on cultural conflict in the contemporary United States.

In the News…

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"Arts coverage need not be elitist, panel says."  Arizona Republic, October 17, 2003. With Steven Tepper.
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"Campus grapples with controversial presentations." Princeton Alumni Weekly, 2 July 2003, pp. 14-15. With Stanley Katz
"Sleep? Play Golf? Pay Your Utility Bill Late? You May Be a Patron of the Arts." The Wall Street Journal 11 June 2003. Interview with Steven Tepper.
"Funding for the Arts in New Jersey: An Interview with Steven Tepper"
By Salmon Salzman. US 1 Newspaper 20 March 2003.
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- "The Pathbreaking, Fractionalized, Uncertain World of Knowledge," by Stanley Katz, Chronicle of Higher Education, 20 September 2002.
- "Policy Can Help Arts" by Steven Tepper, New York Times, Letter to the Editor, August 1999.
- "A Conversation with Stanley N. Katz," The National Arts Stabilization Journal, Summer 1999.
- "Studying Humanities in Higher Education," by Ron Southwick, Trenton Times, July 1999.
- "Center focuses on arts, cultural policy: Cross-disciplinary group helps train graduate students, produce resources for research," by Caroline Moseley, Princeton Weekly Bulletin, June 7, 1999.
- "Bland Art in Every Pot," by Daniel Grant, The Nation, November 29, 1999. Article draws heavily on an interview with Steven Tepper and on working paper #8.
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