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Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies
Affiliates Lunch Meetings

2002-2003

September 19, 2002 (12 noon, 165 Wallace Hall)
Michael Smolens
Founder of 3BillionBooks, Inc.
Digital technology and cultural diversity

October 17, 2002 (12 noon, 165 Wallace Hall)
Ziggy Rivkin Fish, Princeton University Department of Sociology
Community cultural planning in America: civic discourse and the value of the arts

October 22, 2002 (12 noon, 165 Wallace)
Brian Opie, President of the Humanities Society of New Zealand and Senior Lecturer at Victoria University
Cultural Policy as Innovation Policy

November 12, 2002 (12 noon, 165 Wallace Hall)
Orley Ashenfelter, Princeton University Department of Economics
Art Auctions: A Survey of Empirical Studies

December 19, 2002 (12 noon, 165 Wallace Hall)
Terry Nichols Clark, Professor of Sociology and Coordinator
Fiscal Austerity and Urban Innovation Project, University of Chicago

January 23, 2003 (12 noon, 165 Wallace Hall)
Newton Armstrong
Princeton University Department of Music
Computers, composition, and information systems: new patterns in contemporary musical compositional thought

February 20, 2003 (12 noon, 165 Wallace Hall)
Ann Morning, Princeton University Department of Sociology
Racial depictions in school text books

April 10, 2003 (12 noon, 165 Wallace Hall)
Tammy Brown, Princeton University Department of History
The Harlem Renaissance, Immigrant Artists and Conflict Over Depictions of Black Identity

May 15, 2003 (12 noon, 165 Wallace Hall)
Tamsen Wolff, Princeton University Department of English
Eugenics and Theatre in the 20th Century
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