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Affiliates Lunch Meetings and Events
Fall 2007 – Spring 2008

September 27, Thursday:  Jennifer Lena, Visiting Fellow, Associate Professor of Sociology, Vanderbilt University, "Festival City: The Ecology of Urban Events and the Festivalization Hypothesis.”

October 26, Friday: Sang Mi Park, East Asian Studies, Princeton University, “Wartime Japan’s Cultural Diplomacy and the Takarazuka Girls’ Revue in the West.”

November 15, Thursday (Robertson 015), Co-sponsored by the Music Department: Trevor Pinch, Professor of Science & Technology Studies and Sociology at Cornell University, “Mashups and Moshes:  On-line music and On-line Interaction.”

December 6, Thursday: Yue Zhang, Department of Politics, Princeton University;Power Grid: Urban Preservation in Beijing, Paris, and Chicago.”

January 17, Thursday: Tsu Chung Su, Visiting Fellow, Professor of English, National Taiwan Normal University, “Mise-en-sen and Mise-en-scène: Emily Mann’s Theater of Testimony and Doubles.”

February 28, Thursday: Keith Roe, Professor of Social Sciences, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium), “Education and Cultural Consumption: A typology of young adolescents' media use.”

March 27, Thursday: Takeshi Matsui, Visiting Fellow, Professor of Marketing at Hitotsubashi University in Tokyo, "Institutionalization of Consumer Needs: A Case Analysis of the "Healing Boom" in Japan."
April 17, Thursday: Hilary Levey, Sociology, Princeton University, “Battements or Corner Kicks? Family Decisions about Children’s Participation in Arts and Athletics.”

April 25, Friday: Luca Zan, director of the graduate studies in Innovation and Organization of Culture and the Arts (GIOCA) at the University of Bologna, Italy (, "The Management of Cultural Heritage in China."

May 8, Thursday: G. Cristina Mora-Torres, Sociology, Princeton University, “Segmentation and Convergence: The Institutionalization of Latino Panethnicity in the Spanish Language Media.” 

May 23, Friday: Betsey Biggs, Music Department, Princeton University, "Like It Was a Movie: Cinematic Listening as Public Art."



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