Civil Society
Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
Series Editors:
Virginia A. Hodgkinson, Kent E. Portney, and John C. Schneider

CIVIL SOCIETY is a book series sponsored by the Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service at Tufts University.  Scholars, students, and the public alike are intrigued by the meaning of engaged citizenship and the nature of that complex activity situated between home and family life and the arena of for-profit enterprise and government agency.  These are themes of compelling interest not just in the US but worldwide, as citizen activism and democratization encounter broad political realignment, religious fundamentalism, economic development, environmental change and other forces.  Civil Society seeks to enhance and enliven the discussion through studies that range across time, cultures, and disciplines.

(by title)
Beyond Tocqueville Civil Society and the Social Capital Debate in Comparative Perspective Edwards, Bob, Michael W. Foley, Mario Diani (eds)
Citizen Environmentalists Longhurst, James
Civic Agriculture Reconnecting Farm, Food, and Community Lyson, Thomas A.
Civic Literacy How Informed Citizens Make Democracy Work Milner, Henry
Civil Society The Underpinnings of American Democracy O’Connell, Brian. John W. Gardner, fwd.
The Civil Society Reader Hodgkinson, Virginia and Michael W. Foley, eds.
Civil Society, Philanthropy, and the Fate of the Commons Sievers, Bruce R.
From Command to Community A New Approach to Leadership Education in Colleges and Universities Longo, Nicholas V. and Cynthia M. Gibson, eds.
From Neighborhood to Nation The Democratic Foundations of Civil Society Thomson, Ken
The Future of Democracy Developing the Next Generation of American Citizens Levine, Peter
The Internet Generation Engaged Citizens or Political Dropouts Milner, Henry
Social Enterprise A Global Comparison Kerlin, Janelle A., ed.
Uncharitable How Restraints on Nonprofits Undermine Their Potential Pallotta, Dan

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