Diane Barthel-Bouchier

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Professor
Diane.Barthel-Bouchier@stonybrook.edu

Areas of Interest

Sociology of Culture, Sociology of Art, Nonprofit Organizations, Symbolic Communities, Social Theory, Gender

Bio

Dr. Diane Barthel-Bouchier is Professor of Sociology at Stony Brook University, Stony Brook New York. She has also taught at Boston College and Essex University, England, and been Visiting Research Professor at the Martin Centre for Architecture and Urban Studies, Cambridge University. A recognized expert in the sociology of heritage, art, and culture, she is the author of Amana: From Pietist Sect to American Community (1984), Putting on Appearances: Gender and Advertising (1988) and Historic Preservation: Collective Memory and Historical Identity (1996), as well as over thirty articles published in professional journals and edited volumes.

At present, Dr. Barthel-Bouchier is engaged in two research projects. The first concerns the organizational responses of heritage organizations to the growing ecological crisis. The second project examines issues of cultural diversity within the global film industry, with a specific focus on French - US comparisons.

A recipient of the prestigious SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, Dr. Barthel-Bouchier teaches courses in the Sociology of Art, Cultural Sociology, and Sociological Theory.

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Selected Publications

Cultural Heritage and the Challenge of Sustainability. Walnut Creek CA: Left Coast Press, Forthcoming, 2012

"How a French Film Won the Oscar for Best Picture." Forthcoming in Contexts, summer, 2012.

"Exportability of Films in a Globalizing Market: The Intersection of Nation and Genre." Cultural Sociology 6:1 (2012): 71-87.

"Communities of Conflict: The Intersection of the Global and the Local in Cyprus." MUSEUM International vol. 245-46 (May 2010), 39-43.

"Cosmopolitan Memories and World Heritage: The Conflicting Logics of Conservation." Cultura e communicazione, vol. 3 (2009).

"World Heritage and Cosmopolitan Memory." With Dean Bond. In Sociology of Memory: Papers from the Spectrum, edited by Noel Packard, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publications, 2009, 191-211.

"The French Campaign for Improved Road Safety: Cultural Repertoires, Discourses, and Surveillance." Modern and Contemporary France 6:3 (August 2008), 329-345.

"Lonely Crowd”. P. 488 in International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd Edition, edited by William A. Darity. Vol. 4. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2008.

"Fashioning Steel." Contexts 5:1 (2006): 35-38.

"From Mondavi to Depardieu: The Global/Local Politics of Wine." Diane Barthel-Bouchier and Lauretta Clough.

News & Events

  April 2014  
 

•Florencia Arancibia has been awarded an Inter-American Foundation Grassroots Development Field Research Fellowship
IHSS, co-sponsored with the Department of History presents Samuel Roberts, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, April 22nd, 2:30 PM, SBS N320, "Black Politics, Caught Between Criminalization and Medicalization:  Methadone Maintenance, Decriminalization, and Harm Reduction, 1965-1990."
Natalia Sarkisian, Boston College, April 17th, 4:00 PM, SBS S403,"More or Less Kin:  Economic Disparities and Kin Support"
Oyeronke Oyewumi received the Distinguished Africanist Award by the New York African Studies Association (NYASA)
•Hyang-Gi Song has been awarded the Center for Korean Studies graduate fellowship
Jennifer London, Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton University, April 9, 2014, 3:00 PM, Stony Brook Manhattan, "Understanding Authoritarianism as a Dynamic Category of Practice:  Ibn al-Muqaffa's Legacy for the History of Arab Political Thought:"

 
  March 2014  
 

•Brooke Ellison, Ph.D. 2012, Assistant Professor of Healthcare Policy and Management at Stony Brook University, was selected by the World Economic Forum as a 2014 Global Leader.
•Oyeronke Oyewumi awarded 2014/15 Fulbright Scholar Grant for teaching and research in Harare, Zimbabwe
•Rebekah Burroway, Cathy Marrone, and Carrie Shandra awarded Dean's Funds for Excellence awards
•Sasha Rodriguez awarded the American Sociological Association Minority Fellowship
•Bethany Coston receives the Madeline Fusco Fellowship Award
•Sasha Rodriguez receives the Faculty-Staff Dissertation Fellowship
•Amanda Kennedy receives the President's Award for Excellence in Teaching
•Sociology Major Neha Kinariwalla receives Gates Cambridge University Fellowship
•Ambassador Robert Toscano, March 24, 2014, 4:00 PM, Center for Italian Studies, Library, Room E4340, "Putin's Russia: Between Soviet Nostalgia and Traditionalist Nataionalism"
Valerie Leiter, Simmons College, March 13th, 4:00 PM, Health Sciences Center,Level 2, Room 408 (School of Health Technology and Management Conference Room),"Power, Rights, and Participation among Youth with Disabilities."  Co-sponsored by the Program in Public Health
IHSS will present Lori Flores, Stony Brook University, Department of History, March 5, 12:00 Noon, SBS N320, "Battlegrounds of Masculinity:  Latino Servicemen, Zoot Suiters, and Farmworkers in World War II"

 
  February 2014
 
  •Tarun Banerjee receives Sociology Department's Judith Tanur Dissertation Research Award.
Crystal Fleming receives Career Enhancement Fellowship from the Woodrow Wilson Foundation.
IHSS will present Lawrence Frohman, Stony Brook University, Department of History, February 12th, 11:30 AM, SBS N320, "Surveillance, Security, Divinity"
 
   November 2013  
   Michael Schwartz named Distinguished Teaching Professor by the State University of New York Board of Trustees  
   October 2013  
  Professor Adam Possamai, University of West Sydney, to speak on "Contemporary Religion and Australian Aborigines", Wednesday, October 30th, 3:00 PM, Stony Brook Manhattan, sponsored by the Dept. of Sociology, SBU Institute for Global Studies, and International Academic Programs and Services
Memory in the Disciplines Workshop welcomes Professor Suparna Rajaram, Stony Brook University, "Collaborative Memory:  A Cognitive Perspective", Wednesday, October 30th, 2:30 PM, SBS N403
IHSS co Sponsored with the Department of History presents Patrick Weil, CNRS and Yale Law School, October 30th, 4:30 PM, SBS N320, "From Emma Goldman to Edward Snowden:  How Denationalization of "Radical" Americans Reshaped American Citizenship
IHSS presents Robert Chase, Stony Brook History Department, October 22nd, 2:30 PM,  SBS N320, "Slaves of the State Revolt:  The Prisoners' Rights Movement and the Construction of the Carceral State"
 
  September 2013  
  Arnout van de Rijt wins $275k NSF grant for in vivo experimental research on arbitrary social inequality
•Screening of the film, ESCAPE FIRE, Tuesday, September 17th, 4:00 PM, SBS N403
IHSS presents Clayton Fordahl, Stony Brook Sociology Department, September 24th, 2:30 PM,  SBS N405, Imperium in imperio:  Martyrdom, the Roman Empire, and the Creation of Christian Sovereignty" 
 

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