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Collaborative Futures: Critical Reflections on Publicly Active Graduate Education

Edited by Amanda Gilvin, Georgia M. Roberts and Craig Martin
  • Illustrations
  • Contributors
  • Foreword
    Kevin Bott
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
    Amanda Gilvin
  • PART ONE: THEORY IN PRACTICE: Contextualizing Collaboration: Publicly Active Graduate Scholarship in United States Higher Education
    • 2. The Land-Grant System and Graduate Education: Reclaiming a Narrative of Engagement
      Timothy J. Shaffer
    • 3. To Hell With Good Intentions
      Ivan Illich
    • 4. Publicly Engaged Graduate Research and the Transformation of the American Academy
      Susan Curtis, Shirley Rose, and Kristina Bross
    • 5. From Returning to Our Roots: The EngagedInstitution; Executive Summary with “Seven-Part Test”
      Kellogg Commission on the Future of State and Land-Grant Universities
    • 6. Publicly Engaged Scholarship and Academic Freedom: Rights and Responsibilities
      Nicholas Behm and Duane Roen
    • Interchapter  ~  Statements of the American Association of University Professors
    • 7. The Scholarship of Engagement
      Ernest L. Boyer
    • 8. Community
      Miranda Joseph
  • PART TWO: Programs of Action: Institutionalizing Publicly Active Graduate Education
    • 10. Getting Outside: Graduate Learning Through Art and Literacy Partnerships with City Schools
      Judith E. Meighan
    • 11. Crossing Figueroa: The Tangled Web of Diversity and Democracy
      George J. Sánchez
    • 12. The Engaged Dissertation: Three Points of View
      Linda S. Bergmann, Allen Brizee, and Jaclyn M. Wells
    • 13. When the Gown Goes to Town: The Reciprocal Rewards of Fieldwork for Artists
      Jan Cohen-Cruz
    • 14. Reimagining the Links Between Graduate Education and Community Engagement
      Marcy Schnitzer and Max Stephenson Jr.
    • 15. Graduate Mentoring Against Common Sense
      Ron Krabill
    • 16. First and Lasts: Lessons from Launching the Patient Voice Project at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop
      Austin Bunn
  • PART THREE: A Balancing Act: Publicly Active Graduate Students' Reflections and Analyses
    • Interchapter  ~  Specifying the Scholarship of Engagement: Skills for Community-Based Projects in the Arts, Humanities, and Design
      Imagining America
    • 18. Leveraging the Academy: Suggestions for Radical Grad Students and Radicals Considering Grad School
      Chris Dixon and Alexis Shotwell
    • 19. Collaboration Conversation: Collaborative Ethnography as Engaged Scholarship
      Ali Colleen Neff
    • 20. Reality Is Stranger than Fiction: The Politics of Race and Belonging in Los Angeles, California
      Damien M. Schnyder
    • 21. Participatory Art, Engaged Scholarship: The Embedded Critic in Nadia Myre’s Scar Project
      Amanda Jane Graham
  • Resources
  • Index