- Race and Civic Studies (Topic description)
- Continuum of Civic Action (Topic description)
- Civic Dimension of Environmental Policy (Topic description)
- Schooling and Citizenship (P-20) (Topic description)
Frontiers will take place in Boston on June 25-27 and all panelists must register for the conference. To be considered for one of these panels please complete this form by Friday, February 20: activecitizen.tufts.edu/civic-studies/frontiers/call/
Whether you come as panelist or not, you should definitely check out Frontiers. As the framing statement on the website explains:
While powerful forces work against justice and civil society around the world, committed and innovative people strive to understand and improve citizens’ engagement with government, with community, and with each other. Every year, Frontiers of Democracy convenes some of these practitioners and scholars for organized discussions and informal interactions. Topics include deliberative democracy, civil and human rights, social justice, community organizing and development, civic learning and political engagement, the role of higher education in democracy, Civic Studies, media reform and citizen media production, civic technology, civic environmentalism, and common pool resource management. Devoted to new issues and innovative solutions, this conference is truly at the frontiers of democracy.