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The Cambridge handbook of service learning and community engagement / edited by Corey Dolgon, Tania D. Mitchell, Timothy K. Eatman.

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J.N. Desmarais Library LC 220.5 C556 2017 30007008945627 Circulation (3rd floor) Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781107153783 (hardback)
  • Physical Description: xx, 554 pages ; 26 cm.
  • Publisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2017.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Talking about Origins : Personal Histories of Engagement / Liz Hollander, Mark Lapping, Eugene Rice and Nadinne Cruz -- Religion and Civic Engagement : In Pursuit of Transformation / Darby Ray -- Jane Addams, Feminist Pragmatism, and Service Learning / Mary Jo Deegan -- HBCUs : A History of Community Engagement / Kisha Daniels, K. Hicks, and M. Plummer -- Recovering a Forgotten Lineage of Democratic Engagement : Agricultural and Extension Programs in the United States / Scott Peters -- Labor Education and Workers' Colleges : Growing a Pedagogy of Hope in the U.S. and Canada / Rueben Roth and Corey Dolgon -- Connecting Civil Rights and Community Engagement : Intergenerational Dimensions of Resonating Movements / Matthew Countryman and Timothy K. Eatman -- Ernest Boyer and the Rediscovery of Integration / Tom McGowan -- A Brief History of the Civic Engagement Movement in American Higher Education / John Saltmarsh and Matt Hartley -- Service-Learning Course Construction and Learning Outcomes : Searching for the Soulfulness in Service Learning / Pamela T. Motoike -- Catalyzing Ecologies of Transformative Community Partnerships / Rom Coles -- Community Based Research / Georgia Nigro -- Critical Reflection and Civic Mindedness : Expanding Conceptualizations and Practices / Kristen Norris, Patti Clayton, Cheryl K. Siemers, H. Anne Weiss and Kathleen E. Edwards -- Delivering on the Promise of Civic Learning : Toward More Meaningful and Intentional Assessment / Ashley Finley -- Universidad Sin Fronteras : Transgressing Intellectual Borders and Redefining Learning / Ruben Solis, Cita Cook and Jenice L. View -- Intercultural Competence as a Cornerstone for Transformation in Service Learning / Tommy J. Van Cleave and Chris Cartwright -- Conjugating Equity and Ethics in Relationships Between Community Organizations and Higher Education : How the Arts Can Guide Us / Carol Bebelle -- Adult Learners and Engagement : A Homecoming in Higher Education / Suzanne Buglione -- Engaged Learning and Scholarship in and Across Disciplines / Jon White -- Going Public in the Humanities : Undoing Myths, Facing Challenges / Tyler S. Branson and Sarah R. Robbins -- Knowing and Being Community Engaged in the Social Sciences / Amanda Wittman --
Artistic Practice and Engaging the Public / Kevin Bott -- Women's Studies and Community Based Pedagogy and Scholarship : An Interview with Dr. Catherine Orr / Corey Dolgon -- Decolonizing Community Engagement : Reimagining Service Learning Through an Ethnic Studies Lens / Kathleen S. Yep and Tania D. Mitchell -- Environmental Science, Environmental Studies, Environmental Justice : Research and Service for Change : An Interview with Dr. Glenn Johnson / Corey Dolgon -- Critical Service-Learning in College and University Pre-Professional Programs / Zane Wubbena and Trae Stewart -- Global Service-Learning : Definition, Theoretical Lineages, and Application Efforts / Eric Hartman and Richard Kiely -- The Legacy of the Michigan Journal / Jeffrey Howard -- Campus-Community Research Centers : An Interview with Jeffry A. Will / Corey Dolgon -- Real Rewards : Publicly Engaged Scholarship, Faculty Agency and Institutional Aspirations / Timothy K. Eatman, Nancy Cantor and Peter Englot -- The Professionalization of Community Engagement : Associations and Professional Staff / Lina Dostilio -- National, Regional and Global Networks for University Community Engagement / Lorlene Hoyt and Amy Newcomb Rowe -- Academic Support Organizations : Allies and Advocates for Community Engagement in Higher Education / Amy Cohen, Ariane Hoy, and Julie Plaut -- Publishing Engaged Scholarship and Engaging Academic Publishers / Edward P. St. John -- Empowering Local Voices for Community Economic Development : An Interdisciplinary Public Scholarship Approach / Gladstone Hutchinson and Ute Schumacher -- Breakbeat Breakthroughs : Hip-Hop Problem Solving within the Context of Community Engagement Nihilism and the Need for "Space" / Shuaib Meacham -- The Fundamental Lesson : A Personal Reflection Essay / Randy Stoecker -- Ideal and Real in Service Learning : Transforming the Ideal Based on the Real / Tania D. Mitchell and Dave Donahue -- Engaging Neoliberal Community Engagement : Research and Organizing with Immigrant Workers / Steve Philion, St. Cloud State -- To Be or Not To Be Political : Engagement and Power / John Reiff and Art Keene -- Transformative Community Engagement : Democratic Trend for the Future / José Calderón -- The Frayed Compact : American Democracy, Higher Education, and The Movement For Community Engagement / David Scobey -- Conclusion : The Devil at the Crossroads: Service Learning and Community Engagement from Here on Out / Corey Dolgon, Timothy K. Eatman, and Tania D. Mitchell.
Summary, etc.: "With contributions from leading experts across disciplinary fields, this book explores best practices from the field's most notable researchers, as well as important historically-based and politically focused challenges to a field whose impact has reached an important crossroads. The comprehensive and powerfully critical analysis considers the history of community engagement and service learning, best teaching practices and pedagogies, engagement across disciplines, and current research and policies--and contemplates the future of the field. The book will not only inform faculty, staff, and students on ways to improve their work, but also suggest a bigger social and political focus for programs intended to seriously establish democracy and social justice in their communities and campuses"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Service learning.
Community and school.
Community and college.
EDUCATION / History.

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