Diversity & Democracy: Civic Learning for Shared Futures
Diversity & Democracy Volume 15, Number 2  

Diversity & Democracy
Volume 15,
Number 2

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About This Issue
Featured Topic: Shared Futures
Creative, Humanistic, and Pragmatic: Liberal Education in America
Full Participation and the Arts, Culture, and Humanities
The Case for Civic Imagination in Undergraduate Arts Education
Who Teaches Democracy? The Role of Humanities Councils and Community Colleges
Campus Practice
Place-Based Reflection as a Foundation for Civic Engagement
Humanities in the Lab: Rethinking Haitian Studies
Disrupting Institutional Barriers through Digital Humanities Pedagogy
Discourse and Democracy
Realizing Our Potential as Active Citizens
Global Learning through Hip-Hop
Humanistic Mathematics: An Oxymoron?
And More...
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Imagining America

Imagining America is a consortium of stakeholders within and beyond higher education “dedicated to advancing the public and civic purposes of humanities, arts, and design.” The consortium exerts leadership in aligning higher education values and practices for the public good with projects on tenure structures and full participation, among others. To learn about the consortium and its work, visit www.imaginingamerica.org.

Public Philosophy Network

The Public Philosophy Network is a free online forum designed to “create a democratized space where reflection on public philosophy [can] take place” and to “support philosophers (and those in related fields) who do publically engaged work.” The forum includes affinity groups on topics such as “Gender and Love,” “Ethics and Social Media,” and “Philosophers in the City.” To join, visit http://publicphilosophynetwork.ning.com.

Community College Humanities Association

The Community College Humanities Association (CCHA) “serves as a catalyst for defining the issues which face humanities faculty and administrators today, finding solutions to problems in the field, and establishing a communications network for humanists.” Drawing national membership from five regional divisions, CCHA coordinates conferences and grant projects related to its mission. To learn more, visit www.ccha-assoc.org.

Questions, comments, and suggestions regarding Diversity & Democracy should be directed to Kathryn Peltier Campbell at campbell@aacu.org.
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