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    Issues of the 1990s = 6 Years, 6 Issues, 63 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1994 = 1 Issue, 10 Articles
      1. [+]
        Annual 1994 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Foreword by David W. Brown, pp. 4-5
        2. Backing into the Future by Carlos E. Cortes, pp. 6-14
        3. Moderating Excess by Benjamin R. Barber, pp. 15-19
        4. Shredding the Race Card by Eric Liu, pp. 20-23
        5. Political Correctness by Manfred Stanley, pp. 24-28
        6. Community and Group Identity by Daryl G. Smith, pp. 29-35
        7. Under the Skin by John Lahr, pp. 36-42
        8. Dialogue to Change Conflictual Relationships by Harold H. Saunders and Randa Slim, pp. 43-56
        9. Afterword by David Mathews, pp. 57-58
        10. Contributors, pp. 59-60
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1995 = 1 Issue, 11 Articles
      1. [+]
        Annual 1995 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Foreword by Deborah Witte, pp. 5-7
        2. On a Certain Blindness in Teaching by Michael S. Roth, pp. 8-17
        3. Monocultural Perspectives and Campus Diversity by Jane Fried, pp. 18-26
        4. Cross-Cultural Experiences in College by Jerilyn Lopez Mendoza, pp. 27-29
        5. Other Voices by Linda Stamato, pp. 30-34
        6. Resolution Before Conflict by William A. Laramee, pp. 35-37
        7. The Public/Academic Disconnect by David W. Brown, pp. 38-42
        8. Making Things More Public by Jay Rosen, pp. 43-55
        9. The Renewal of Civic Life by Joanne Cavallaro, pp. 56-65
        10. The Politics of Diversity and the Politics of Difference by David Mathews, pp. 66-71
        11. Contributors, pp. 72-73
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1996 = 1 Issue, 10 Articles
      1. [+]
        Annual 1996 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Foreword by Deborah Witte, pp. 1-4
        2. Divided No More by Parker J. Palmer, pp. 5-16
        3. The Public Intellectual as Transgressor? by William M. Sullivan, pp. 17-22
        4. Public Scholarship by Jay Rosen, pp. 23-38
        5. In Whose Favor Am I Teaching? by Janice L. Lucas, pp. 39-44
        6. The Public Scholar Who Never Was by James Norment, pp. 45-50
        7. Academic Professionalism and the New Public Mindedness by Maria M. Farland, pp. 51-57
        8. Education for Political Life by Alejandro Sanz de Santamaria, pp. 58-69
        9. Marketing the Mind by Robert Franklin Gish, pp. 70-73
        10. Inventing Public Scholarship by David Mathews, pp. 74-82
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1997 = 1 Issue, 12 Articles
      1. [+]
        Annual 1997 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Foreword by Deborah Witte, pp. 2-4
        2. Public Scholarship by Jean Cameron, pp. 5-9
        3. Daring to Be Unprofessional by David W. Brown, pp. 10-13
        4. Towards an Ethic of Academic Discourse, Or, Why Do Professors Talk the Way They Do? by Bennett Ramsey, pp. 14-25
        5. Pedagogical and Civic Response-Abilities by Stephen M. Johnson, pp. 26-32
        6. An Agenda for Involving Faculty in Service by Deborah Hirsch, pp. 33-36
        7. The Promise and the Flaws of Public Scholarship by Alan Wolfe, pp. 37-43
        8. Public Scholars: In Search of a Usable Present by Jay Rosen, pp. 44-49
        9. Public Scholarship and the Land-Grant Idea by Scott J. Peters, pp. 50-57
        10. Civic Education in a New Key by Bernard Murchland, pp. 58-64
        11. Public Deliberation by Dennis Gilbert, pp. 65-70
        12. The Public and the Academy by David Mathews, pp. 71-80
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1998 = 1 Issue, 10 Articles
      1. [+]
        Annual 1998 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Foreword by David W. Brown and Deborah Witte, pp. 2-5
        2. The Public and Its Colleges by R. Claire Snyder, pp. 6-15
        3. The Public Negotiation of Knowledge by Robert A. Beauregard, pp. 16-20
        4. A Dialoguing We Shall Go? by Donald Roy, pp. 21-32
        5. Proles, Entrepreneurs, or Public Scholars? by Mary B. Stanley, pp. 33-45
        6. Higher Education by Susanna Finnell, pp. 46-48
        7. Education, Excellence, and Democracy by Jim Knauer, pp. 49-53
        8. Learning Civic Effectiveness by Robert H. McKenzie, pp. 54-63
        9. Humanities Study and Public Deliberation by Peggy W. Prenshaw, pp. 64-69
        10. What Exactly Is "The Public"? by David Mathews, pp. 70-79
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      Issues of 1999 = 1 Issue, 10 Articles
      1. [+]
        Annual 1999 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Foreword by Deborah Witte, pp. 1-3
        2. The Academy and Public Life by Scott London, pp. 4-15
        3. An Ethic for the Public Scholar by Thomas Michaud, pp. 16-23
        4. The Practice of the Public Intellectual by Edward Royce, pp. 24-33
        5. Toward a Public Science by Scott Peters, Nicholas Jordan, and Gary Lemme, pp. 34-47
        6. Faculty Citizenship and the Liberal Arts by Douglas Challenger and Craig Platt, pp. 48-57
        7. Practicing and Modeling the "Arts of Democracy" by Nancy L. Thomas and Deborah Hirsch, pp. 58-73
        8. An Exchange of Knowledge by Amy Catherine Sokolowski, pp. 74-77
        9. Megachallenges by David Mathews, pp. 78-88
        10. Contributors, pp. 89-90
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    Issues of the 2000s = 4 Years, 4 Issues, 37 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 2000 = 1 Issue, 11 Articles
      1. [+]
        Annual 2000 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Foreword by Deborah Witte, pp. 1-4
        2. The Civic Roots of Academic Social Science Scholarship in America by R. Claire Snyder, pp. 5-16
        3. Public Scholarship II by Jay Rosen, pp. 17-22
        4. Leaving the High Ground by David W. Brown, pp. 23-27
        5. The Packaged Self, Modern and Postmodern Persons in Late Capitalist Times by Mary Stanley, pp. 28-42
        6. Public Work by Harry Boyte, pp. 43-51
        7. NIF at A&M by D. Conor Seyle, pp. 52-58
        8. Talking About My Generation by Maria Farland, pp. 59-67
        9. The College as Citizen by Douglas Challenger, pp. 68-81
        10. Diversity, Democracy, and Civic Engagement by Debra Humphreys, pp. 82-90
        11. An Invitation by David Mathews, pp. 91-95
    2. [+]
      Issues of 2001 = 1 Issue, 9 Articles
      1. [+]
        Annual 2001 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Foreword by Deborah Witte, pp. 1-3
        2. University Partnerships with Rural Alabama by John R. Wheat, pp. 4-12
        3. Cultivating Successors by Nancy L. Thomas, pp. 13-24
        4. The Civic Mission Question in Land Grant Education by Scott Peters, pp. 25-37
        5. On the Role of Trustees by William C. Hubbard, pp. 38-42
        6. Public Intellectuals and the Influence of Economics by Peter Levine, pp. 43-51
        7. Democratizing Science in an Era of Expert and Private Knowledge by William B. Lacy, pp. 52-60
        8. The Community's Space by Pamela Whitelock and Lynn Gager, pp. 61-66
        9. Afterword by David Mathews, pp. 67-72
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      Issues of 2002 = 1 Issue, 9 Articles
      1. [+]
        Annual 2002 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Foreword by Deborah Witte, pp. 1-5
        2. Public Grieving and Public Thinking by David W. Brown, pp. 6-12
        3. New Public Scholarship in the Arts and Humanities by Julie Ellison, pp. 13-23
        4. Bus Rides and Forks in the Road by David D. Cooper, pp. 24-36
        5. An Organizing Approach to Teaching by Phillip H. Sandro, pp. 37-48
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          Making Social Science Matter By Bent Flyvbjerg by Laura Grattan, pp. 49-53 - 1 Review
          1. Making Social Science Matter by Bent Flyvbjerg and Steven Sampson
        7. Living in the Lap of an Immense Intelligence by Douglas Challenger and Joni Doherty, pp. 54-71
        8. Supporting the Mission of a Land Grant University and Cooperative Extension by Anne Wolford, Larkin Dudley, and Diane Zahm, pp. 72-80
        9. Afterword by David Mathews, pp. 81-88
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      Issues of 2003 = 1 Issue, 8 Articles
      1. [+]
        Annual 2003 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Foreword by Deborah Witte, pp. 1-4
        2. Public Environmental Philosophy by Andrew Light, pp. 5-19
        3. "New York, New York" by Maria Farland and Jennifer Santos, pp. 20-30
        4. The Engaged University by Peter Levine, pp. 31-41
        5. Strategies for Involving the Faculty in Civic Renewal by Barry Checkoway, pp. 42-53
        6. Democracy's Universities by Scott Peters, pp. 54-66
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          The Metaphysical Club By Louis Menand by Lisa Morrison, pp. 67-70 - 1 Review
          1. The Metaphysical Club by Louis Menand
        8. Afterword by David Mathews, pp. 71-80