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METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITIES

Vol. 31 No. 3 (2020)
The Intersection of Faith and Community Engagement at Urban Institutions

In a year that has featured a global health pandemic, a racial justice political-social movement, and a divisive political election that stretches democratic principles, the topic of faith and community engagement may seem more prescient than ever. The exploration of the intersection of faith and community engagement at anchor institutions, though, began prior to all of these events. Yet, the topics that emerge in this special issue of Metropolitan Universities journal are even more relevant in our current context, as scholars, practitioners, and community partner co-authors explore the relationship between faith traditions and engagement in the community.

Guest Editors: Patrick M. Green, Cynthia P. Stewart, Daniel J. Begen, Chris Nayve

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