Diversity and Democracy, Fall, 2015

Current Issue


Student and Institutional Engagement in Political Life

Produced in partnership between AAC&U and the Institute for Democracy and Higher Education (an initiative of Tufts University's Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service), this issue of Diversity & Democracy calls readers to examine how they can best support student and institutional engagement in political life. The issue highlights practices that advance educational goals related to political learning and explores the various roles that students, faculty, and administrators can play in creating a politically engaged and socially just democracy.

Table of Contents

By Kathryn Peltier Campbell, Association of American Colleges and Universities

Student and Institutional Engagement in Political Life

By Nancy L. Thomas, Tufts University

By Tania D. Mitchell, the University of Minnesota


By Irene Bloemraad, the University of California–Berkeley; Michelle Dunlap, Connecticut College; and Hahrie Han, the University of California–Santa Barbara

By Brian Murphy, De Anza College

By John Locke, the University of Houston–Downtown

Campus Practice

By Abraham Goldberg and Stacey D. Mills—both of the University of South Carolina Upstate

By David Bodary, Derek Petrey, and Katherine Rowell—all of Sinclair Community College

By Katy Harriger, Jill J. McMillan, Christy M. Buchanan, and Stephanie Gusler—all of Wake Forest University

Looking Ahead

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