Summer 2022 Issue of Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning

Posted by Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning on December 20, 2022

The latest issue of the Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning (MJCSL) (Summer 2022 , Volume 28 , Issue 2) is now live!

In addition to work by Estela Ene and Honnor Orlando on the under-examined capacity of autonomous learning in international service-learning contexts, Katie MacDonald and Jessica Vorstermans co-edited a special section titled “Inequitable Ruptures, Rupturing Inequity: Theorizing COVID-19 and racial injustice impacts on International Service Learning pedagogy, frameworks and policies.” MacDonald’s and Vorstermans’ special section highlights the impacts that the “ruptures” of the last two years–the COVID-19 pandemic and the increased awareness of structural racism being chief among them–have had on global service-learning. The special section features work on reciprocal partnerships in GSL by Kaitlin Long, Mac Benavides, Trisha Gott, and Chibuzor Azubuike, and a study of the role that physical and psychological proximity play in affecting students’ perceptions of the impact that their service-learning has by Lynne-Marie Shea, Lauren I. Grenier, and Debra Harkins.

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