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Community Service in American Culture

Public and Community Service Studies at Providence CollegeFurthering the mission of Providence College, Public and Community Service Studies involves a systematic and rigorous study of the major...

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Becoming a Public Citizen: Connecting Community Service and Public Leadership

Course DescriptionIn this seminar, we will explore the links between community service and public leadership, which we define as making a difference in one's community, state, and nation through...

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The Civic Community: Theory and Practice

Course Description and Requirements This course is part of a pilot program, now in its third year, which seeks to bring together an academic, classroom-based curriculum and community service to create...

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Citizen Education

Course Description:This course engages some ongoing political debates about public life, citizenship, and education in a democracy like ours. The debates over these features of democratic life are of...

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American Government

Service Coordinators: Ms. Kim Carroll and Ms. Jennifer Outlaw"I am a firm believer in the people. If given the truth, they can be depended upon to meet any national crisis. The great point is to bring...

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Education and Social Change

The practicum will be in one of the learning circles at Neighborhood House, on Monday or Wednesday, 6-9 PM, or Tuesday, 7-9 PM. An email "listserv" will be established for this class. Liberal Education...

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The Individual and Community in Democratic America

Course Listing: CHST 1805, Sec. 1, Seq. 9: Approaches to HistorySpring 1995: Tuesday, Friday: 10:30 AM; Wednesday: 4:05 PM.Class meets in Room 411 ELInstructor: John Saltmarsh"I believe once more that...

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Public Life in America: The Service Learning Writing Project

Course DescriptionATL 135 Debate and deliberation are essential ingredients of democracy. For democracy to work, ordinary citizens must take part in the process of identifying social problems and...

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Social and Economic Justice

"Charity, vertical, humiliates. Solidarity, horizontal, helps."- Eduardo GaleanoCourse DescriptionSocial and Economic Justice will review and study historical and contemporary issues in social and...

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Practicing Democratic Education

This course and practicum is designed for advanced undergraduate students (juniors and seniors). The course is structured around one 10 week quarter, with class meeting once a week for 2 hours. The...

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Brown v. the Board of Education: Before and After

Educational Studies 370 Spring 2004 Introduction 2004 is the 50th anniversary of the 1954 Supreme Court decision on Brown v. Board of Education, in which racially separate schools were unanimously...

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Mississippi as a Social Laboratory: Integrating Intensive Reading, Critical...

Summer/Fall 2004 Introduction People and places in the Deep South

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Homelessness in America: An Exploration of Poverty, Human Services and Social...

HOMELESSNESS IN AMERICA: AN EXPLORATION OF POVERTY, HUMAN SERVICES, AND SOCIAL CHANGE Mary Lou Finley, Ph.D., instructor Wednesday evenings, 7-9:30 p.m. Antioch University Seattle Credits: 4 (3 or 5 by...

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The Social Protest Novel

Institution: Sonoma State UniversityDiscipline: EnglishTitle: The Social Protest NovelInstructor: Tim Wandling The Social Protest Novel Professor Timothy Wandling Phone: 664 2796 Office: N362A 0ffice...

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Leadership in Learning Communities: A Course in the Fall 2004 Freshman Academy

Student Development 158R Fall Semester 2004 Download this syllabus as 84 K PDF.

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Public History

History 431, section 400 T, TH 4:35 to 5:50 346 MARB gary daynes 175 TMCB 422-9392 gdaynes {at} byu(.)edu Office hours: TBA Introduction Most classes at BYU are subject-matter classes.

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Consequences of War

What This Course Is AboutBetween June 24h and June 30th, 1916, the British army fired 1,500,000 high explosive shells at German forces dug in along the Somme front-roughly 120 shells per football...

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Transforming Communities Seminar

WASHINGTON SEMESTER PROGRAM American University Professor Katharine Kravetz Office Phone: (202) 895-4931 Home Phone: (202) 686-0247 E-mail: kkravet {at} american(.)edu TRANSFORMING COMMUNITIES SEMINAR...

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Community and Culture

EWS 475                                    Community and Culture                          Winter, 2005 Class Location:   Bldg. 66, Room 247 Instructor:   Jose Calderon,     E-mail:   jzcalderon {at}...

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