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Public Scholarship Bibliography

Selected References

Ambrozas, D. (1998). The university as public sphere. Canadian Journal of Communications, 23(1), 73-89. Available at:

Anonymous. (2004). Going public: Scholarship in pursuit of social justice. Social Problems, 51(1), 102. Available at:

Anyaegbunam, C., Karnell, A. P., Cheah, W. H., & Youngblood, J. D. (2005). Designing communication research for empowering
        marginalized populations: A participatory methodology. In S. H. Priest (Ed.), Communication impact: Designing research that
(pp. 49-65). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Applegate, J. L., & Morreale, S. P. (2001, Fall). Creating engaged disciplines. Campus Compact Reader, 2(2), 2-6. 

Asen, R. (2000). Seeking the 'counter' in counterpublics. Communication Theory, 10, 424-446. 

Asen, R. (2003). The multiple Mr. Dewey: Multiple publics and permeable borders in John Dewey's theory of the public sphere.
         Argumentation & Advocacy, 39, 174-188.

Baynes, K. (1994). Communicative ethics, the public sphere and communication media. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 11, 315-

Calhoun, C. (2005, February). Rethinking the public sphere. Paper presented to the Ford Foundation. 

Cantor, N., & Lavine, S. D. (2006, June 9). Taking public scholarship seriously. The Chronicle of Higher Education, p. B20. Available at:

Cohen, J. (2006). A laboratory for public scholarship and democracy. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, no. 105, 7-15. Available

Colbeck, C. L., & Michael, P. W. (2006). The public scholarship: Reintegrating Boyer's four domains. New Directions for Institutional
        Research, no. 129, 7-19
. Available at:

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health. (2007). Achieving the promise of authentic community-higher education partnerships:
        Community partners speak out!
Retrieved January 28, 2008, from

Cooper, D. D. (2002, Spring). The making of a public scholar. Campus Compact Reader, 3(1), 1-3, 15-19.

Dahlgren, P. (1987). Ideology and information in the public sphere. In J. D. Slack & F. Fejes (Eds.), The ideology of the information age
        (pp. 24-46). Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing.

Della-Piana, C. K., & Anderson, J. A. (1995). Performing community: Community service as cultural conversation. Communication Studies,
        46, 187-200. 

Deloria, V., Jr. (1991). Commentary: Research, redskins, and reality. American Indian Quarterly, 15, 457-468.

Dewey, J. (1927). The eclipse of the public. In The public and its problems (pp. 110-131). New York: Holt.

Dolan, J. (2001). Rehearsing democracy: Advocacy, public intellectuals, and civic engagement in theatre and performance studies.
        Theatre Topics, 11(1), 1-17. Available at:

Downey, J., & Fenton, N. (2003). New media, counter publicity and the public sphere. New Media & Society, 5, 185-202. Available at:

Eberly, R. A. (2006). Rhetorics of public scholarship: Democracy, doxa, and the human barnyard. New Directions for Teaching and
, no. 105, 27-39. Available at:

Ferman, B., & Hill, T.L. (2004). The challenges of agenda conflict in higher-education-communication research partnerships: Views from
        the community side. Journal of Urban Affairs, 26, 241-257.

Fogelman, E. (2002). Civic engagement at the University of Minnesota. Journal of Public Affairs, 6, 103-118. Available at:

Fraser, N. (1990). Rethinking the public sphere: A contribution to the critique of actually existing democracy. Social Text, no. 25/26,

Friedland, L. A. (2001). Communication, community, and democracy: Toward a theory of the communicatively integrated community.
        Community Research, 28, 358-391. Available at:

Graubard, S. R. (2004). Public scholarship: A new perspective for the 21st century

Greenwood, D. J., & Levin, M. (2000). Reconstructing the relationships between universities and society through action research. In N. K.
        Denzin & Y. S. Lincoln (Eds.), The sage handbook of qualitative research (2nd ed., pp. 85-106). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage
        Publications, Inc.

Habermas, J. (2001). The public sphere: An encyclopedia article. In M. G. Durham & D. M. Kellner (Eds.), Media and cultural studies
        (Revised ed., pp. 73-78). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing. (Reprinted from Critical theory and society: A reader, pp. 136-142, by
        S. E. Bronner & D. M. Kellner, Eds., 1989, New York: Routledge)

Hauser, G. A. (1998). Civil society and the principle of the public sphere. Philosophy and Rhetoric, 31(1), 19-40.

Hindman, E. B. (1998). Community, democracy, and neighborhood news. Journal of Communication, 48(2), 27-39.

Jensen, J. (2002). Arts, intellectuals and the public: The legacies and limits of American cultural criticism, 1910-50. In C. A. Warren & M.
        D. Vavrus (Eds.) American cultural studies (pp. 23-56). Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.

Kim, Y., & Ball-Rokeach, S. J. (2006). Civic engagement from a communication infrastructure perspective. Communication Theory, 16,

Latham, A. A. (2003, February). Liberal education for global citizenship: Renewing Macalester's traditions of public scholarship and civic
. Retrieved January 9, 2008, from Macalester College, Project Pericles Website:

Lawrence, R. L., & Mealman, C. A. (1999, May). Collaborative ways of knowing: Storytelling, metaphor and the emergence of the
        collaborative self. Paper presented at the 40th Annual Adult Education Research Conference, Dekalb, IL. 

Levasseur, D. G., & Carlin, D. B. (2001). Egocentric argument and the public sphere: Citizen deliberations on public policy and
        policymakers. Rhetoric & Public Affairs, 4, 407-431. Available at:

Lipari, L. (2002). Queering the public sphere: Liberalism and the rhetoric of rights. Argumentation and Advocacy, 38, 169-175.

Maher, T., Pennell, J., & Osterman, L. (2003). Sociology in the neighborhood: A university-community collaborative model for
        transformative change. Humanity & Society, 27(2), 50-66.

Malina, A. (2002). Community networking and perceptions of civic value. Communications: The European Journal of Communication
, 27, 211-234.

Manning, P. (1999). Categories of knowledge and information flows: Reasons for the decline of the British Labour and Industrial
        Correspondents' Group. Media, Culture & Society, 21, 313-336. Available at:

McCoy, M. L., & Scully, P. L. (2002). Deliberative dialogue to expand civic engagement: What kind of talk does democracy need? National
        Civic Review
, 91(2), 117-135. Available at:

Mitchell, G. R. (2004). Public argument action research and the learning curve of new social movements. Argumentation & Advocacy, 40,

Negt, O., & Kluge, A. (1993). Public sphere and experience: Toward an analysis of the bourgeois and proletarian public sphere.
        Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Nelson, C. (1999). Academic freedom. In C. Nelson & S. Watt (Eds.), Academic keywords: A devil's dictionary for higher education (pp.
        22-35). New York: Routledge. Available at:

Nelson, C. (1999). The corporate university. In C. Nelson & S. Watt (Eds.), Academic keywords: A devil's dictionary for higher education
        (pp. 84-98). New York: Routledge. Available at:

Nelson, C. (1999, April 16). The war against the faculty. The Chronicle of Higher Education, p. B4. Available at:

Palmer, P. J. (1987). Community, conflict, and ways of knowing: Ways to deepen our educational agenda. Change, 19 (5), 20-25.

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Penman, R. (1996). Imagining conversation and community. Australian Journal of Communication, 23(2), 17-23.

Pennsylvania State University Office of Undergraduate Education. (2007, November 27). The laboratory for public scholarship and
        democracy. Accessed December 13, 2007 at

Phillips, K. R. (1996). The spaces of public dissension: Reconsidering the public sphere. Communication Monographs, 63, 231-248.

Preoteasa, I. (2002). Intellectuals and the public sphere in post-communist Romania: A discourse analytical perspective. Discourse and
, 13, 269-292. Available at:

Priest, S. H. (Ed.). (2005). Communication impact: Designing research that matters. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Rakow, L. F. (1999). The public at the table: From public access to public participation. New Media & Society, 1(1), 74-82.

Rakow, L. F., Belter, B., Dyrstad, H., Hallsten, J., Johnson, J., & Indvik, K. (2003). The talk of movers and shakers: Class conflict in the
        making of a community disaster. Southern Communication Journal, 69(1), 37-50.

Rakow, L. F. (2005). Why did the scholar cross the road? Community action research and the citizen-scholar. In S. H. Priest (Ed.),
        Communication impact: Designing research that matters (pp. 5-17). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Ramaley, J. A. (2000). Change as a scholarly act: Higher education research transfer to practice. New Directions for Higher Education,
        no. 110, 75-88. Available at:

Ramaley, J. A. (2006). Public scholarship: Making sense of an emerging synthesis. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, no. 105,
        85-97. Available at:

Ramsey, R. E. (1998). Suffering wonder: Wooing and courting in the public sphere. Communication Theory, 8, 455-475. Available at:

Reviere, R. (2001). Toward an afrocentric research methodology. Journal of Black Studies, 31, 709-728. Available at:

Rice, R. E. (2003, Fall). Rethinking scholarship and engagement: The struggle for new meanings. Campus Compact Reader, 4(1), 1-9. 

Riley, D. R. (2006). Teaching global citizenship: Reflections on the American Indian Housing Initiative. New Directions for Teaching and
, no. 105, 51-61. Available at:

Scheufele, D. A. (2005). Creating informed deliberation: The role of impact surveys in community decision making. In S. H. Priest (Ed.),
        Communication impact: Designing research that matters (pp. 19-31). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Schuler, D. (2001). Cultivating society's civic intelligence: Patterns for a new 'world brain'. Information, Communication & Society, 4,
        157-181. Available at:

Shapiro, H. T. (2005). A larger sense of purpose: Higher education and society. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Sligo, F., & Culligan, N. (2005, July). Rethinking research assumptions about community, and community assumptions about research: The
        literacy and employment programme. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Communication
        Association, Christchurch, New Zealand. Available at:

Smith, L. T. (1999). Colonizing knowledges. In Decolonizing methodologies: Research and Indigenous peoples (pp. 58-77). London: Zed
        Books Ltd.

Sparks, C. (2001). The internet and the global public sphere. In W. L. Bennett & R. M. Entman (Eds.), Mediated politics: Communication
        in the future of democracy
(pp. 75-95). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Squires, C. R. (2002). Rethinking the black public sphere: An alternative vocabulary for multiple public spheres. Communication Theory,
        12, 446-468. Available at:

Stoecker, R. (2002). Practices and challenges of community-based research. The Journal of Public Affairs, 6, 219-239.

Thrift, N. (1985). Flies and germs: A geography of knowledge. In D. Gregory & J. Urry (Eds.), Social relations and spatial structures (pp.
        366-403). New York: St. Martin's Press.

The University of Minnesota Council on Public Engagement. (2003, May 15). Reports and references – 2003 COPE annual report.
        Accessed December 13, 2007 at:

Warner, M. (2002). Publics and counterpublics. New York: Zone Books.

Wenger, E., McDermott, R., & Snyder, W. M. (2002). Cultivating communities of practice. Boston: Harvard Business School Press.

Wharton-Michael, P., Janke, E. M., Karim, R., Syvertsen, A. K., & Wray, L. D. (2006). An explication of public scholarship objectives. New
        Directions for Teaching and Learning
, no. 105, 63-72. Available at:

Wilson, A. C. (2004). Reclaiming our humanity: Decolonization and the recovery of Indigenous knowledge. In D. A. Mihesuah & A. C.
        Wilson, (Eds.), Indigenizing the academy: Transforming scholarship and empowering communities (pp. 69-87). Lincoln, NE:
        University of Nebraska Press.

Wyatt, R. O., Katz, E., & Kim, J. (2000). Bridging the spheres: Political and personal conversation in public and private spaces. Journal of
, 50(1), 71-92. Available at:

Yapa, L. (2006). Public scholarship in the postmodern university. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, no. 105, 73-83. Available at:

Zoller, H. (2000). 'A place you haven't visited before': Creating the conditions for community dialogue. Southern Communication Journal,
         65, 191-207.