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Spring2008Vol.11No.2

Civic Identity: Locating Self in Community

The capacity for principled action in a diverse world is a core outcome of a successful liberal education—and one that often develops through community engagement. This issue of Diversity & Democracy explores the connections between civic learning and diverse communities, setting the framework for action that is ethical, imaginative, and inclusive.

Table of Contents

By Kathryn Peltier Campbell

Featured Topic

By L. Lee Knefelkamp, Columbia University and AAC&U

By Rachel A. Willis, University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill

By A. T. Miller, University of Michigan–Ann Arbor

By Julie Plaut, Campus Compact; and JoAnn Campbell, Minnesota Campus Compact

Perspectives

By Hoover Zariani, Glendale Community College

By Travis Feldler, St. John's University

Campus Practice

By James N. Gregory and Trevor Griffey—both at the University of Washington

By Billie Drakeford, Sylvia Escarcega, and Charles R. Strain—all at DePaul University

Research Report

By John Saltmarsh, Glenn Gabbard, and Sharon Singleton—all at the New England Resource Center for Higher Education (NERCHE), University of Massachusetts–Boston

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