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The Fall Issue includes a special section on Global Service-Learning as well as the Service-Learning/Community Engagement Future Directions Projects' 13 initial essays.

 

Volume 22 Number 1

  • Service-Learning and White Normativity: Racial Representation in Service-Learning’s Historical Narrative (Melissa Bocci)
  • A Case for Community: Starting with Relationships and Prioritizing Community as Method in Service-Learning (Keith Morton and Samantha Bergbauer)
  • Decoding Ourselves: An Inquiry into Faculty Learning About Reciprocity in Service-Learning (Janice Miller-Young, Yasmin Dean, Melanie Rathburn, Jennifer Pettit, Margot Underwood, Judy Gleeson, Roberta Lexier, Victoria Calvert and Patti Clayton)

SPECIAL SECTION: GLOBAL SERVICE-LEARNING
GUEST CO-EDITORS: RICHARD KIELY AND ERIC HARTMAN

  • Reflexivity in Research: Reflecting on the Borders and Boundaries of the GSL Field (Richard Kiely and Eric Hartman)
  • How the I Shapes the Eye: The Imperative of Reflexivity in Global Service-Learning
    Qualitative Research (Emily Morrison)
  • Crossing Boundaries: Tension and Transformation in International Service-Learning, Patrick M. Green and Mathew Johnson, Editors
    (Reviewed by Nora Pillard Reynolds)
  • Working Side by Side: Creating Alternative Breaks as Catalysts for Global Learning,
    Student Leadership, and Social Change, by Shoshanna Sumka, Melody C. Porter, and Jill Piacitelli                                                                                                                   (Reviewed by Cynthia Toms)

SPECIAL SECTION: THE SLCE FUTURE DIRECTIONS PROJECT
GUEST CO-EDITORS: PATTI CLAYTON, SARAH STANLICK AND EDWARD ZLOTKOWSKI

  • Introduction: Special Section on The SLCE Future Directions Project (Sarah Stanlick and Patti H. Clayton)
  • Twenty Years and Counting: A Framing Essay (Edward Zlotkowski)
  • Double Consciousness and the Future of Service-Learning (Gabrielle Hickmon)
  • The Future of Service-Learning and Community Engagement: Asset-Based Approaches
    and Student Learning in First-Year Courses (Tamara Bauer, Lori E. Kniffin and Kerry L. Priest)
  • Deepening Service Abroad: A Call for Reciprocal Partnerships and Ongoing Support (Kathryn Pisco)
  • A Strategy for Community-Driven Service-Learning and Community Engagement:
    Fair Trade Learning (Eric Hartman)
  • Engaging Place as Partner (Cheryl K. Siemers, Barbara Harrison, Patti H. Clayton and Talmage A. Stanley)
  • Democratic Relationships in Service-Learning: Moving Beyond Traditional Faculty,
    Student, and Community Partner Roles (Travis Hicks, Liz Seymour and Allison Puppo)
  • Critically-Reflective Civically-Engaged Academics Shaping the Future of an
    Academy Striving for Social Justice (Brian Ó Donnchadha)
  • Community Engagement Professionals in the Circle of Service-Learning and the Greater Civic Enterprise (Lina D. Dostilio and Mandi McReynolds)
  • Getting “Real” about Transformation: The Role of Brave Spaces in Creating Disorientation and Transformation (Sarah Stanlick)
  • Transforming Higher Education Through and For Democratic Civic Engagement:
    A Model for Change (John Saltmarsh, Emily M. Janke and Patti H. Clayton)
  • A Call for a National Strategic Plan (Jeffrey Howard and Sarah Stanlick)

BOOK REVIEW ESSAYS

  • Longing For Justice: Higher Education and Democracy’s Agenda, by Jennifer S. Simpson (Reviewed by Arthur S. Keene)
  • Engaging in Social Partnerships: Democratic Practices for Campus-Community Partnerships, by Novella Zell Keith (Reviewed by Barbara Jacoby)
  • Feminist Community Engagement: Achieving Praxis, Edited by Susan Van Deventer Iverson and Jennifer Hauver James (Reviewed by Johanna Phelps-Hillen)

Volume 22 Number 2

  • Pragmatism, Pedagogy, and Community Service Learning (Scot D. Yoder)
  • Outcomes for Students Completing a University Public Service Graduation Requirement: Phase 3 of a Longitudinal Study (Barbara E. Moely and Vincent Ilustre)
  • Political Consciousness but not Political Engagement: Results from a Service-Learning Study (Dave Harker)

BOOK REVIEW ESSAYS

  • New Directions and Strategies for Community Engaged Scholarship: International Perspectives, by Marianne A. Larsen (Reviewed by Timothy K. Stanton)
  • Putting the Local in Global Education, by Neal Sobania (Reviewed by Chance Lee)
  • Collaborative Imagination: Earning Activism through Literacy Education, by Paul Feigenbaum (Reviewed by Nuria Alonso Garcia)
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