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Download Turning Teaching Inside Out free pdf ebook online. Turning Teaching Inside Out is a book by , on 2013-12-18. Enjoy reading 321 pages by starting download or read online Turning Teaching Inside Out.


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Language : English
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Category : Books
Release Date : 2013-12-18
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Springer
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Using the successful Inside-Out program, in which incarcerated and non-incarcerated college students are taught in the same classroom, this book explores the practice of community-based learning, including the voices of teachers and participants, and offers a model for courses, student life programs, and faculty training.

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Download Turned Inside Out free pdf ebook online. Turned Inside Out is a book by Steven Shankman on 2017-05-15. Enjoy reading 200 pages by starting download or read online Turned Inside Out.


By : Steven Shankman
Language : English
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Category : Books
Release Date : 2017-05-15
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Northwestern University Press
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In Turned Inside Out: Reading the Russian Novel in Prison, Steven Shankman reflects on his remarkable experience teaching texts by Fyodor Dostoevsky, Vasily Grossman, and Emmanuel Levinas in prison to a mix of university students and inmates. These persecuted writers—Shankman argues that Dostoevsky’s and Levinas’s experiences of incarceration were formative—describe ethical obligation as an experience of being turned inside out by the face-to-face encounter. Shankman relates this experience of being turned inside out to the very significance of the word “God,” to Dostoevsky’s tormented struggles with religious faith, to Vasily Grossman’s understanding of his Jewishness in his great novel Life and Fate, and to the interpersonal encounters the author has witnessed reading these texts with his students in the prison environment. Turned Inside Out will appeal to readers with interests in the classic novels of Russian literature, in prisons and pedagogy, or in Levinas and phenomenology. At a time when the humanities are struggling to justify the centrality of their mission in today’s colleges and universities, Steven Shankman by example makes an undeniably powerful case for the transformative power of reading great texts.

Inside Out & Back Again Ebook Summary Download


Download Inside Out & Back Again free pdf ebook online. Inside Out & Back Again is a book by Thanhha Lai on 2013-03. Enjoy reading 276 pages by starting download or read online Inside Out & Back Again.


By : Thanhha Lai
Language : English
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Category : Books
Release Date : 2013-03
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Univ. of Queensland Press
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Through a series of poems, a young girl chronicles the life-changing year of 1975, when she, her mother, and her brothers leave Vietnam and resettle in Alabama.

Transformations in Tertiary Education Ebook Summary Download


Download Transformations in Tertiary Education free pdf ebook online. Transformations in Tertiary Education is a book by Belinda Tynan,Tricia McLaughlin,Andrea Chester,Catherine Hall-van den Elsen,Belinda Kennedy on 2019-08-23. Enjoy reading 232 pages by starting download or read online Transformations in Tertiary Education.


By : Belinda Tynan,Tricia McLaughlin,Andrea Chester,Catherine Hall-van den Elsen,Belinda Kennedy
Language : English
Ratings : Very Good
Category : Books
Release Date : 2019-08-23
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Springer Nature
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This book presents a collection of papers from RMIT’s annual learning and teaching conference, Transformations in Tertiary Education: The Scholarship of Engagement at RMIT. It discusses innovative curricula and assessments, examines transformative student experiences and showcases examples of curricular and extra-curricular activities to promote and develop intercultural awareness and competence. The book showcases high-quality, innovative papers on promising new directions in tertiary education, representing the breadth and depth of teaching and learning at a leading global Australian university. Authors from Australian and offshore campuses address compelling questions related to curricula, technology, and assessment. Further, they employ a variety of methodological approaches to illustrate 21st century global perspectives on learning and teaching. Readers will be introduced to the complex interrelationships between scholarship and practice, innovative learning design and learning outcomes, and the shifting scholarship roles of the university, the teacher and the learner.

Contemporary Criminological Issues Ebook Summary Download


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By : Carolyn Côté-Lussier,David Moffette,Justin Piché
Language : English
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Category : Books
Release Date : 2020-05-05
Group : English Books
Publsh by : University of Ottawa Press
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Contemporary Criminological Issues tackles some of today’s most pressing social issues, from the criminalization of Indigenous peoples to interpersonal violence, border control, and armed conflicts. This book advances cutting-edge theories and methods, with the aim of moving beyond the scholarship that reproduces insecurity and exclusion. The breadth of approaches encompasses much of the current critical criminological scholarship, serving as a counterpoint to the growth of managerial and administrative criminologies and the rise of explicitly exclusionary and punitive state policies and practices with respect to ‘crime’ and ‘security.’ This edited collection featuring two books, one in English and one in French, includes important contributions to knowledge and public policy by eminent experts and emerging scholars. This book is published in English.

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Criminology Ebook Summary Download


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By : Darren Palmer
Language : English
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Category : Books
Release Date : 2020-03-05
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Springer Nature
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This book is the first dedicated collection aimed at examining teaching and learning issues within criminology. This collection of essays identifies how criminological practices are being shaped by larger developments and changes within the field of scholarship on teaching and learning. Changes include an increased university focus on ‘good teaching’ rankings and the associated emphasis on the professional development of teaching staff in order to shape them. In the past decade government funding for teaching and learning awards, and the move to sector funding on the basis of ‘good teaching’ outcomes (student satisfaction, completion rates, etc.), have further fostered developments in teaching and learning practices and the associated scholarship. However, criminology lags behind in responding to these changes. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Criminology aims to fill this gap by examining teaching practices in the hope of fostering a new generation of publications dedicated to scholarship on teaching and learning within the field.

Rewriting Partnerships Ebook Summary Download


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By : Rachael W. Shah
Language : English
Ratings : Very Good
Category : Books
Release Date : 2020-05-15
Group : English Books
Publsh by : University Press of Colorado
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Community members are rarely tapped for their insights on engaged teaching and research, but without these perspectives, it is difficult to create ethical and effective practices. Rewriting Partnerships calls for a radical reorientation to the knowledges of community partners. Emphasizing the voices of community members themselves—the adult literacy learners, secondary students, and youth activists who work with college students—the book introduces Critical Community-Based Epistemologies, a deeply practical approach to knowledge construction that centers the perspectives of marginalized participants. Drawing on interviews with over eighty community members, Rewriting Partnerships features community knowledges in three common types of community-engaged learning: youth working with college students in a writing exchange program, nonprofit staff who serve as clients for student projects, and community members who work with graduate students. Interviewees from each type of partnership offer practical strategies for creating more ethical collaborations, including how programs are built, how projects are introduced to partners, and how graduate students are educated. The book also explores three approaches to partnership design that create space for community voices at the structural level: advisory boards, participatory evaluation, and community grading. Immediately applicable to teachers, researchers, community partners, and administrators involved in community engagement, Rewriting Partnerships offers concrete strategies for creating more community-responsive partnerships at the classroom level as well as at the level of program and research design. But most provocatively, the book challenges common assumptions about who can create knowledge about community-based learning, demonstrating that community partners have the potential to contribute significantly to community engagement scholarship and program decision-making.

Higher Education Accessibility Behind and Beyond Prison Walls Ebook Summary Download


Download Higher Education Accessibility Behind and Beyond Prison Walls free pdf ebook online. Higher Education Accessibility Behind and Beyond Prison Walls is a book by McMay, Dani V.,Kimble, Rebekah D. on 2020-04-17. Enjoy reading 335 pages by starting download or read online Higher Education Accessibility Behind and Beyond Prison Walls.


By : McMay, Dani V.,Kimble, Rebekah D.
Language : English
Ratings : Very Good
Category : Books
Release Date : 2020-04-17
Group : English Books
Publsh by : IGI Global
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Numerous studies indicate that completing a college degree reduces an individual’s likelihood of recidivating. However, there is little research available to inform best practices for running college programs inside jails or prisons or supporting returning citizens who want to complete a college degree. Higher Education Accessibility Behind and Beyond Prison Walls examines program development and pedagogical techniques in the area of higher education for students who are currently incarcerated or completing a degree post-incarceration. Drawing on the experiences of program administrators and professors from across the country, it offers best practices for (1) developing, running, and teaching in college programs offered inside jails and prisons and (2) providing adequate support to returning citizens who wish to complete a college degree. This book is intended to be a resource for college administrators, staff, and professors running or teaching in programs inside jails or prisons or supporting returning citizens on traditional college campuses.

American Prisons and Jails: An Encyclopedia of Controversies and Trends [2 volumes] Ebook Summary Download


Download American Prisons and Jails: An Encyclopedia of Controversies and Trends [2 volumes] free pdf ebook online. American Prisons and Jails: An Encyclopedia of Controversies and Trends [2 volumes] is a book by Vidisha Barua Worley,Robert M. Worley on 2018-12-31. Enjoy reading 816 pages by starting download or read online American Prisons and Jails: An Encyclopedia of Controversies and Trends [2 volumes].


By : Vidisha Barua Worley,Robert M. Worley
Language : English
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Category : Books
Release Date : 2018-12-31
Group : English Books
Publsh by : ABC-CLIO
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This two-volume encyclopedia provides a comprehensive and authoritative examination of the history and current character of American prisons and jails and their place in the U.S. corrections system. • Contains approximately 225 entries, comprehensively examining all aspects of American prisons and jails • Includes an Annotated List of Relevant Organizations and Institutes for ease of reference • Provides a chronology of important developments related to prisons and jails in US history • Lists print, electronic, and multimedia resources in a bibliography for readers interested in exploring the topic further

Healing the Heart of Democracy Ebook Summary Download


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By : Parker J. Palmer
Language : English
Ratings : Very Good
Category : Books
Release Date : 2014-07-31
Group : English Books
Publsh by : John Wiley & Sons
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Hope for American democracy in an era of deep divisions In Healing the Heart of Democracy, Parker J. Palmerquickens our instinct to seek the common good and gives us thetools to do it. This timely, courageous and practicalwork—intensely personal as well as political—is notabout them, "those people" in Washington D.C., or in ourstate capitals, on whom we blame our political problems. It's aboutus, "We the People," and what we can do in everyday settingslike families, neighborhoods, classrooms, congregations andworkplaces to resist divide-and-conquer politics and restore agovernment "of the people, by the people, for the people." In the same compelling, inspiring prose that has made him abestselling author, Palmer explores five "habits of the heart" thatcan help us restore democracy's foundations as we nurture them inourselves and each other: An understanding that we are all in this together An appreciation of the value of "otherness" An ability to hold tension in life-giving ways A sense of personal voice and agency A capacity to create community Healing the Heart of Democracy is an eloquent andempowering call for "We the People" to reclaim ourdemocracy. The online journal Democracy & Educationcalled it "one of the most important books of the early 21stCentury." And Publishers Weekly, in a Starred Review, said"This beautifully written book deserves a wide audience that willbenefit from discussing it."

Street Teaching in the Tenderloin Ebook Summary Download


Download Street Teaching in the Tenderloin free pdf ebook online. Street Teaching in the Tenderloin is a book by Don Stannard-Friel on 2016-11-04. Enjoy reading 403 pages by starting download or read online Street Teaching in the Tenderloin.


By : Don Stannard-Friel
Language : English
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Category : Books
Release Date : 2016-11-04
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Springer
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This book is an ethnographic account of San Francisco’s most inner city neighborhood, the Tenderloin. Using its streets as campus and its people as teachers, Stannard-Friel uses storytelling as a way of explaining why inner city social problems, such as homelessness, drugs, prostitution, untreated mental illness, and death of young people by murders and suicides, exist and persist there. The work delves into who lives in the Tenderloin and why, the role of dedicated service providers in meeting people’s needs and encouraging social change, and what lessons university students, many coming from their own challenging backgrounds, learn through community engagement and service learning that encourage understanding, compassion, and meaningful contributions to society. The work also explores how life in the area is changing, and why so many youth report that they “love living in the Tenderloin.”

Leadership with a Moral Purpose Ebook Summary Download


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By : Will Ryan
Language : English
Ratings : Very Good
Category : Books
Release Date : 2008-09-16
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Crown House Publishing
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This book gives all primary heads - aspiring, newly appointed or those for whom the phrase 'There must be something more than this...!' rings a bell - the ideas, techniques, tools and direction to turn their schools Inside-Out and lead them from the heart and soul. What's more it will help give Heads the confidence to do those things they know are right because they are right for the children, right for the staff and right for the community.

Critical Perspectives on Teaching in Prison Ebook Summary Download


Download Critical Perspectives on Teaching in Prison free pdf ebook online. Critical Perspectives on Teaching in Prison is a book by Rebecca Ginsburg on 2019-05-14. Enjoy reading 200 pages by starting download or read online Critical Perspectives on Teaching in Prison.


By : Rebecca Ginsburg
Language : English
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Category : Books
Release Date : 2019-05-14
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Routledge
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This volume makes a case for engaging critical approaches for teaching adults in prison higher education (or “college-in-prison”) programs. This book not only contextualizes pedagogy within the specialized and growing niche of prison instruction, but also addresses prison abolition, reentry, and educational equity. Chapters are written by prison instructors, currently incarcerated students, and formerly incarcerated students, providing a variety of perspectives on the many roadblocks and ambitions of teaching and learning in carceral settings. All unapologetic advocates of increasing access to higher education for people in prison, contributors discuss the high stakes of teaching incarcerated individuals and address the dynamics, conditions, and challenges of doing such work. The type of instruction that contributors advocate is transferable beyond prisons to traditional campus settings. Hence, the lessons of this volume will not only support readers in becoming more thoughtful prison educators and program administrators, but also in becoming better teachers who can employ critical, democratic pedagogy in a range of contexts.

Urban Studies Inside/Out Ebook Summary Download


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By : Helga Leitner,Jamie Peck,Eric Sheppard
Language : English
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Category : Books
Release Date : 2019-10-28
Group : English Books
Publsh by : SAGE
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At a time of intense theoretical debates in urban studies, the research practices underlying such theories have not received the same attention. This original and creative text interrogates the methodological underpinnings of contemporary urban scholarship, with reference to different global sites and situations, as well as to recent debates around postcolonial, planetary, and provincialized urban theories. Rather than reducing methodological questions to a matter of tools and techniques, it unearths the complex connections between theory, research design, empirical work, expositional style, and normative-ethical commitments. Innovatively co-produced by faculty and graduate students from a variety of disciplines, Urban Studies Inside-Out it is comprised of three parts. Part I: An introduction to the field of urban studies and its changing theories, methodological norms and practices. Part II: Features a collection of methodological essays co-authored by graduate students, deconstructing the research designs, the methodological practices, and the modes of presentation and representation across recent urban monographs. Part III: Consists of informative keyword primers which explicate the key concepts and formulations in the field of urban studies. This volume offers a welcome intervention within urban studies, and stands to make a valuable contribution for graduate students and researchers.

Turning the Self Inside Out Ebook Summary Download


Download Turning the Self Inside Out free pdf ebook online. Turning the Self Inside Out is a book by Richard Longworth on 2012-03-14. Enjoy reading N.A pages by starting download or read online Turning the Self Inside Out.


By : Richard Longworth
Language : English
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Category : Books
Release Date : 2012-03-14
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Booktango
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Enlighten your life, enliven your experiences, and enhance your well being. This simple, yet effective guidebook takes you on an inner journey, unlocks the essence of your being, and can help you make personal changes. By reading, reflecting, and following the author's suggested actions; you will become more aware and better acquainted with your inner self and gain a happier, more productive, more meaningful life. Based on the twelve paradigms of abundance, completeness, presence, intention, reality, effort, learning, control, time, health, relationships, and self-actualization, Turning the Self Inside Out is your guide to a new awakening. It includes methods to: develop strong relationships, ensure better health, maximize learning, find more meaningful education, re-engineer your thinking, design a recipe for success, develop strategies effortlessly, work and be successful, utilize time effectively, discover your purpose in life.

Meaning-Making, Internalized Racism, and African American Identity Ebook Summary Download


Download Meaning-Making, Internalized Racism, and African American Identity free pdf ebook online. Meaning-Making, Internalized Racism, and African American Identity is a book by Jas M. Sullivan,William E. Cross Jr. on 2016-09-07. Enjoy reading 372 pages by starting download or read online Meaning-Making, Internalized Racism, and African American Identity.


By : Jas M. Sullivan,William E. Cross Jr.
Language : English
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Category : Books
Release Date : 2016-09-07
Group : English Books
Publsh by : SUNY Press
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Presents research on how variations in African Americans’ racial self-concept affects meaning-making and internalized oppression. Focusing on the broad range of attitudes Black people employ to make sense of their Blackness, this volume offers the latest research on racial identity. The first section explores meaning-making, or the importance of holding one type of racial-cultural identity as compared to another. It looks at a wide range of topics, including stereotypes, spirituality, appearance, gender and intersectionalities, masculinity, and more. The second section examines the different expressions of internalized racism that arise when the pressure of oppression is too great, and includes such topics as identity orientations, self-esteem, colorism, and linked fate. Grounded in psychology, the research presented here makes the case for understanding Black identity as wide ranging in content, subject to multiple interpretations, and linked to both positive mental health as well as varied forms of internalized racism. “With its impressive and varied research base, this is one of the most comprehensive books on the subject of racial identity.” — Scott L. Graves Jr., Duquesne University

inside/out Ebook Summary Download


Download inside/out free pdf ebook online. inside/out is a book by Rebecca A. Martusewicz,William M. Reynolds on 2012-12-06. Enjoy reading 320 pages by starting download or read online inside/out.


By : Rebecca A. Martusewicz,William M. Reynolds
Language : English
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Category : Books
Release Date : 2012-12-06
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Routledge
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This engaging text examines issues in education and curriculum theory from multiple critical perspectives. Students are encouraged to look at education from the "inside" (the complex processes, methods and relations that operate within schools) and from the "outside" (the larger social, economic, and political forces that have affected schools over time). Each essay begins with "Guiding Questions" and concludes with "Questions for Discussion," "Teachers as Researchers" activities, and "Suggested Readings."

Co-producing research Ebook Summary Download


Download Co-producing research free pdf ebook online. Co-producing research is a book by Banks, Sarah,Hart, Angie on 2018-12-19. Enjoy reading 192 pages by starting download or read online Co-producing research.


By : Banks, Sarah,Hart, Angie
Language : English
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Category : Books
Release Date : 2018-12-19
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Policy Press
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Offering a critical examination of the nature of co-produced research, this important new book draws on materials and case studies from the ESRC funded project ‘Imagine – connecting communities through research’. Outlining a community development approach to co-production, which privileges community agency, the editors link with wider debates about the role of universities within communities. With policy makers in mind, contributors discuss in clear and accessible language what co-production between community groups and academics can achieve. The book will be valuable for practitioners within community contexts, and researchers interested in working with communities, activists, and artists.

Innovative Trends in Flipped Teaching and Adaptive Learning Ebook Summary Download


Download Innovative Trends in Flipped Teaching and Adaptive Learning free pdf ebook online. Innovative Trends in Flipped Teaching and Adaptive Learning is a book by Sein-Echaluce, María Luisa,Fidalgo-Blanco, Ángel,García-Peñalvo, Francisco José on 2019-05-15. Enjoy reading 306 pages by starting download or read online Innovative Trends in Flipped Teaching and Adaptive Learning.


By : Sein-Echaluce, María Luisa,Fidalgo-Blanco, Ángel,García-Peñalvo, Francisco José
Language : English
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Category : Books
Release Date : 2019-05-15
Group : English Books
Publsh by : IGI Global
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Understanding new educational innovations is essential for the improvement of the training and learning process. In order to effectively implement these new tools in the classroom, teachers and trainers need access to real-life cases in which these methods were successfully used. Innovative Trends in Flipped Teaching and Adaptive Learning is a critical scholarly resource that examines current advances in educational innovation and presents cases that allow for the improvement of personalized and active learning. Featuring a wide range of topics such as higher education, teacher education, and learning strategies, this book is ideal for educators, instructional designers, academicians, researchers, and students.

Peace and Social Justice Education on Campus Ebook Summary Download


Download Peace and Social Justice Education on Campus free pdf ebook online. Peace and Social Justice Education on Campus is a book by Laura L. Finley on 2015-10-28. Enjoy reading 325 pages by starting download or read online Peace and Social Justice Education on Campus.


By : Laura L. Finley
Language : English
Ratings : Very Good
Category : Books
Release Date : 2015-10-28
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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This book provides important reflections by and for peace and social justice educators working on college campuses. Importantly, it also integrates the voices of students. More than a feel-good compilation of success stories, however, it illustrates the complexities inherent in teaching and learning about and for peace and social justice. Chapters in the book provide critical assessments of institutions, pedagogies, and practices, making visible the messy but very real spaces in which education and learning occur. Written by faculty and students from many disciplinary areas, the contributions discuss in-class and outside-of-class actions, providing a deeper understanding of best practices and challenges faced by both groups. Albeit in different ways that are reflective of the many different pedagogical approaches to peace and justice education, each chapter integrates ideas, concepts, and reflections from both faculty and students. The conclusion and appendix offer recommendations for future and additional resources for college and university faculty and students interested in learning more about peace and social justice.