Interdisciplinary Humanities

Service-Learning in the Humanities

Fall 2012

Volume 29.3

Guest Editors - Isabel Baca, The University of Texas at El Paso
Joana Owens, Jacksonvilee University







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Editors' Introduction: Opening the Doors to Service-Learning in the Humanities

     Isabel Baca     The University of Texas at El Paso
 Joana Owens    Jacksonville University

Accounting for Prior Experiences in Service-Learning: Helping Students Develop Citizenship through Civic Histories
     Guiseppe Getto     SUNY Cortland
   Jessica Rivait     Cazenovia College
Expanding Service Learning in the Humanities among First-Generation, Minority-Population, and Non-Traditional Students: A Mixed-Participation, Mixed Assessment Model
     Christine Reiser Robbins    Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Rhetoric, Multimedia Technology and the Service-Learning Classroom

     Alexandra Hidalgo    Purdue University
 Kendall Leon   Purdue University

Achieving Student-Learning Outcomes and Agency Goals through a Multi-Layered Campus-Community Partnership
     Giuliana Miolo    University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
 Jodie Parys     University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

Language Proficiency and Civic Engagement: The Incorporation of Meaningful Service-Learning Projects in Spanish Language Courses
    Juliet A. Falce-Robinson     University of California, Los Angeles
Darci L. Strother     California State University San Marcos

Art Activism in the Classroom: One Imagined Future for Service-Learning
    Ames Hawkins    Columbia College Chicago
Joan Giroux    Columbia College Chicago

Fostering Environmental Stewardship through Creative Expressionism Incorporating Art into Service-Learning
    Margaret C. Boulay     University of Oregon
 Kathryn A. Lynch     University of Oregon

Archaeology, Service-Learning, and Public Education
    Angela Lockard Reed    Grand Valley State University
Music Leadership and Service-Learning: Student Engagement in the Context of Outreach, Performance, and Teaching
     Cynthia Johnston Turner     Cornell University
The Poetry in Action Project at Emory & Henry College: Connecting the Academic Classroom and Community Service
     Felicia Mitchell     Emory & Henry College
Introducing Service-Learning to Europe and Germany: The Case of American Studies at the University of Leipzig
    Crister S. Garrett    University of Leipzig
Catherine Sharpe    University of Leipzig
 Martin Walter     University of Leipzig
 Maria Zywietz     University of Leipzig



An Agenda for Service-Learning in the Humanities
    Michael Yeo     Laurentian University
An Interview with cover artist Robert Barnum
     Lee Ann Elliott Westman     The University of Texas at El Paso
Being White
     Julie A. Helling     Western Washington University
Book Review  
Conducting Oral Histories: A Student's Guide to a Successful Interview Experience by Evelyn S. Taylor  
     Reviewed by Katherine Campbell Mead     The George Washington University
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Cover Art
      The Visionary by Robert L. Barnum - Oil on canvas, 18 X 21 feet, 1996.
Executive Editor - Ronald Weber
Co-Editor - Stephen Husarik
Co-Editor - Lee Ann Elliott Westman
Book Review Editor - Wynn Yarbrough
Art Editor - Kerry Doyle
This issue of Interdisciplinary Humanities is partially underwritten by The Friends of the Humanities at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and the Humanities Program at The University of Texas at El Paso.