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ERIC Number: ED399884
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995
Pages: 74
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Higher Education Exchange 1995.
Brown, David W., Ed.
Nine articles discuss the relationship between the higher education community and the public. The articles are: (1) "On a Certain Blindness in Teaching" by Michael S. Roth, who stresses the necessity of political citizenship education for a healthy democracy; (2) "Monocultural Perspectives and Campus Diversity" by Jane Fried, who explores the notion of thinking "through" culture rather than "about" culture; (3) "Cross-Cultural Experiences in College" by Jerilyn Lopez Mendoza, who explores living in a multicultural campus community and problems with the melting pot model; (4) "Other Voices: The Campus as Community" by Linda Stamato, who looks broadly at curricula, campus life and governance; (5) "Resolution before Conflict" by William A. Laramee, who streses the need for metaphor, narrative, humor, and silence; (6) "The Public/Academic Disconnect" by David W. Brown, who examines underlying causes of the declining public support for higher education; (7) "Making Things More Public: On the Political Responsibility of the Media Intellectual" by Jay Rosen, who considers the nature of public service for those who study mass communication; (8) "The Renewal of Civic Life: One College's Journey" by Joanne Cavallaro, who recounts the experience of the College of Saint Catherine (Minnesota) in engaging the issues of civic education and democratic action; and (9) "The Politics of Diversity and the Politics of Difference: Are Academics and the Public Out of Sync?" by David Mathews, who summarizes the issues raised in the previous papers. (Some papers contain references.) (MAH)
Kettering Foundation, 200 Commons Road, Dayton, OH 45459-2799.
Publication Type: Opinion Papers; Reports - General; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Charles F. Kettering Foundation, Dayton, OH.