Service-Learning in Higher Education critically examines the assumptions and implications of service-learning and offers exemplary models of practice and scholarship. It explores the limits and possibilities of teaching for social justice; it examines paramount issues of institutionalization; and it investigates issues of student resistance, student voice, and contested issues around race, class, and gender. Transformational models across the humanities and social sciences are presented and new directions for the future of service-learning are explored. By bringing together rising scholars and established experts in the field, this book offers an essential and state-of-the-art examination of the service-learning field in higher education.

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