Other Articles & Publications
1998. Sociological Perspectives on Museums. Encyclopedia
of Aesthetics, ed. by Michael Kelly. New York: Oxford University
1998. Surveys of Public Attitudes towards the Arts: What
Surveys Tell Us about the Arts Political Trials and
How They Might Tell us Even More. (With Becky Pettit). Grantmakers
in the Arts 9: 26-31. To be reprinted in Arts Education Policy
1998. Comparing Sample Frames for Research on Arts Organizations:
Results of a Study in Three Metropolitan Areas. Journal
of Arts Management, Law and Society 28: 41-66. (With Deborah
Kaple, Sigmund Rivkin-Fish, Hugh Louch and Lori Morris).
1997. Culture and Cognition. Annual Review of Sociology
1996. Have Americans' Social Attitudes Become More Polarized?
(With John Evans and Bethany Bryson). American Journal of Sociology
102: 690-755. (Pre-Printed, GSS Social Change Report Series, No.
38. Chicago: National Opinion Research Center.) Summarized in Research
Notes Section, Chronicle of Higher Education, Jan. 17, 1997.
Reprinted (abridged) in Culture Wars in American Politics: Critical
Reviews of a Popular Myth, ed. by Rhys Williams. Hawthorne,
New York: Aldine de Gruyter, 1997.
1996. Are Art-Museum Visitors Different from Other People?
The Relationship between Attendance and Social and Political Attitudes
in the United States Poetics: Journal of Empirical Research
on Literature, The Media, and the Arts (special issue on Museum
Research) 24, no.2-4: 161-80.
1996. Museum Research (editor, special triple issue of
Poetics 24, no.2-4, Nov.). Amsterdam: Elsevier. Author of
Editors Introduction, pp. 81-86.
1996. Information on arts organizations. (With Deborah
Kaple). Grantmakers in the Arts 7: 12-16.
1996. The intergenerational transmission of cultural capital.
(With John Mohr). Pp. 167-99 in Research on Social Stratification
and Mobility, ed. by Michael Wallace. Greenwich: JAI Press.
1996. Data on Arts Organizations: A Review and Needs Assessment,
with Design Implications. (With Deborah Kaple, Lori Morris,
and Ziggy Rivkin-Fish). Report to Research Division, National Endowment
for the Arts. Princeton: Princeton University Center for Arts and
Cultural Policy Studies.
1995. Americans' attitudes towards cultural authority and
cultural diversity: Culture wars, social closure, or multiple dimensions?
(With Bethany Bryson). General Social Survey Topical Reports series,
no. 27. Chicago: National Opinion Research Center.
1994. Culture and economy. In Handbook of Economic
Sociology, ed. by Neil Smelser and Richard Swedberg. New York:
Russell Sage Foundation.
1994. Introduction. Poetics: Empirical Research
in Literature, Media, and the Arts 22: 263-267. (Special issue
on Meaning and Measurement).
1994. Changes in the structure and composition of non-profit
boards of trustees: Cases from Boston and Cleveland, 1925-1985.
(With Rikki Abzug, Bradford H. Gray, Michael Useem and Chul Hee
Kang.) Voluntas 4: 271-300.
1992. Race, Ethnicity and Participation in the Arts. (With
Francie Ostrower). Report duograph. Washington, D.C.: Seven Locks
1992. Cultural boundaries and structural change: The extension
of the high-culture model to theatre, opera and the dance, 1900-1940.
In Cultivating Differences: Symbolic Boundaries and the Making
of Inequality, ed. by Michèle Lamont and Marcel Fournier.
Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press.
1992. Notes on the relationship between art museums and
their publics. In The Economics of Art Museums, ed.
by Martin Feldstein. Cambridge: National Bureau of Economic Research.
1991. Social structure, institutions, and cultural goods:
The case of the U.S. In Social Theory in a Changing Society,
ed. by Pierre Bourdieu and James Coleman. Boulder, Col.: Westview
Press. Reprinted in Replika (Budapest, Hungary), "Társadalomszerkezet,
intézmények és kulturális javak: az
Egyesült Allamok esete," 3: 36-55 (May,1992).
1991. Constructing an organizational field as a professional
project: The case of U.S. art museums. In The New Institutionalism
in Organizational Analysis, ed. by Paul DiMaggio and Water Powell.
Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press.
1991. Decentralization of government support for the arts
from the federal government to the states. In Public Money
and the Muse, ed. by Stephen Benedict.
N.Y.: W.W. Norton.
1990. Class authority and cultural entrepreneurship: The
problem of Chicago. Yale Program on Non-Profit Organizations
Working Paper No. 155.
1990. Cultural aspects of economic organization and behavior.
In Beyond the Marketplace: Rethinking Economy and Society,
ed. by A.F. Robertson and Roger Friedland. Chicago: Aldine.
1990. The sociology of nonprofit organizations and sectors.
(With Helmut K. Anheier). Annual Review of Sociology 16:
137-59. Reprinted in Il Welfare Mix: Stato Sociale e Terzo Settore,
ed. by Ugo Ascoli and Sergio Pasquinelli. Rome: Franco Angeli, 1993;
and in Nonprofit Management, edited by Sharon Oster (volume
of The International Library of Management, ed. by Keith
Bradley). Hampshire (U.K.): Dartmouth Publishing Company, forthcoming.
1990. Participation in the arts by black and white Americans.
(With Francie Ostrower). Social Forces 68 (March). Reprinted
in The Future of the Arts: Public Policy and Arts Research,
edited by David Pankratz and Valerie Morris. New York: Praeger.
1988. Progressivism in the arts. Society 25
1988. Managers in different fields of service: Managerial
tasks and management training. In Educating Managers of
Nonprofit Organizations, ed. by Michael O'Neill and Dennis Young.
New York: Praeger.
1987. Classification in art. American Sociological
Review 52 (4) (August).
1987. Nonprofit organizations in the production and distribution
of culture. In The Nonprofit Sector: A Research Handbook,
ed. by Walter W. Powell. New Haven: Yale University Press.
1987. Managers of the Arts: The Careers and Opinions of Administrators
of U.S. Resident Theatres, Art Museums, Orchestras and Community
Arts Agencies. Report monograph. Washington, D.C.: Seven Locks
1986. Nonprofit Enterprise in the Arts: Studies in Mission
and Constraint. (Editor and author of introduction). New York:
Oxford University Press.
1998. Criticism of Foundations. Grantmakers
in the Arts 9 (2): 12-16.
1993. The Humanities and the Future of the
Research Library. Pp. 36-44 in Tadao Shimizu, Jiro Asano,
Haruki Nagata, Warren M. Tsuneishi, Theodore F. Welch, and Hideo
Kaneko (eds.), Japan-U.S. Collaboration in Enhancing International
Access to Scholarly Information: Looking Toward the 21st Century.
Tokyo: Universal Academy Press, Inc.
1993. Form and Substance in the Electronic
Age. Pp. 17-21 in Rare Book and Manuscript Libraries
in the Twenty-First Century, ed. by Richard Wendorf. Also
published as New Series, Volume 4, Number 1 and 2 of the Harvard
1989. Congresss Reaction to Two Controversial
Photographic Exhibits May Pose an Even Greater Threat to Scholars
Than to Artists. Opinion, The Chronicle of Higher Education,
September 13, 1989.
1987. The Institutional Mind: Independent
Research Libraries, Learned Societies and the Humanities in the
United States. Proceedings of the American Antiquarian
Society 97 (2), May: 283-298.
1985. History, Cultural Policy, and International
Exchange in the Performing Arts. Performing Arts Journal
1984. Influences on Public Policies in the
United States. Pp. 23-37 in The Arts and Public Policy.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
1983. The American Private Philanthropic
Foundation and the Public Sphere, 1890-1930. (With Barry
D. Karl). Minerva XIX (981), March: 236-270.