International Conference on Civic Education Research

Posted by on July 11, 2003

International Conference on Civic Education Research
New Orleans, Louisiana. November 16th – 18th, 2003

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This interdisciplinary conference will draw together researchers with a common interest in civic education. This research would include work on service-learning, moral education, character education, as well as policy research and work on the civic capacity and skills of citizens. It is inter-disciplinary and will include faculty from Education, Political Science, Sociology, Public Policy, Psychology and Evaluation as well as practitioners. The conference is international because it is relevant to scholars from other countries and it will include research from many different countries, not because the intent is to only study civic education in an international context. We will publish an edited volume using the research papers that are presented at the conference. More details on this project will be provided at a later date on the website

For more information on the conference, including hotel information, travel information, registration information, presentation formats and to submit a proposal on-line, please go to the website:

This conference is sponsored by the Center for the Study of Participation and Citizenship at Indiana University. Started in 1999, the Center coordinates programs related to civic education through service-learning and conducts research on participation and citizenship.

Center for the Study of Participation and Citizenship
1100 E. Seventh St., Woodburn Hall #210
Bloomington, IN 47405

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