A City-Campus Engagement Theory From, and For, Practice
Author(s)Hoyt, Lorlene M.
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This article tells a story of practice, a story of theory, and how each informs and transforms the other through a two-way flow of people and knowledge from a city to a campus and back again. By reflecting with fellow participants on the events and outcomes of a sustained city-campus partnership, the author introduces a theory of engagement from and for practice, and strategies such as investing in human relationships and using instruments-for-action.
DepartmentCommunity Innovators Lab (Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Urban Studies and Planning
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning
University of Michigan. Center for Community Service and Learning / OCSL Press
Hoyt, Lorlene. "A City-Campus Engagement Theory From, and For, Practice" Michigan journal of community service learning, Fall 2010, pp. 75-88. © 2010 Lorlene Hoyt
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