Current Issue of Diversity & Democracy: Citizenship Under Siege

Diversity & Democracy is a publication of the Association of American Colleges & Universities. This issue is an interesting read - definitely worth your time: http://www.aacu.org/diversitydemocracy/2017/winter

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

From the Editor: Exploring Key Questions of Citizenship through the Humanities

By Kathryn Peltier Campbell, Association of American Colleges and Universities

CITIZENSHIP UNDER SIEGE

Diversity and the Future of American Democracy

By William D. Adams, National Endowment for the Humanities

Clashes Over Citizenship: Lady Liberty, Under Construction or On the Run?

By Caryn McTighe Musil, Association of American Colleges and Universities

Bridges of Empathy: Crossing Cultural Divides through Personal Narrative and Performance

By Dona Cady and Matthew Olson—both of Middlesex Community College; and David Price, Santa Fe College

Affirming Interdependency: Interfaith Encounters through the Humanities

By Debra L. Schultz, Kingsborough Community College, City University of New York

Addressing Wicked Problems through Deliberative Dialogue

By John J. Theis, Lone Star College System, and Fagan Forhan, Mount Wachusett Community College

PERSPECTIVES

Creating a Generation of Humanitarian Art Activists (Artivists)

By John Frazier, Miami Dade College

Gentle People

By Christian Carmelino and Sabrina Mendoza, Miami Dade College

An Ethics of Reading?

By Peter Brooks, Princeton University

CAMPUS PRACTICE

Reconsidering Citizenship in the American Republic

By Michael Parrella and Jill Schennum—both of County College of Morris

Free Minds, Empowered Citizens: Changing Lives with the Humanities in Austin

By Vivé Griffith, Free Minds

The Humanities Action Lab: Mobilizing Civic Engagement through Mass Memory Projects

By Liz Ševčenko, Humanities Action Lab