Posts by Joshua A. Miller

And The Winners Are: Civic Games Contest Winners

Our judges played the games, and made their decisions. There were several strong contenders in every category. Each of the winners has been invited to this year’s Frontiers…

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Civic Games Contest 2017 – Call for Submissions

The Civic Games Committee (Daniel Levine, Joshua Miller, and Sarah Shugars), with the support of the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University, are proud to…

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Call for Papers: “Education: Purpose, Practice, and Prospects”

Education is facing a crisis: it is increasingly divorced from efficacious citizenship. This crisis is linked to the widely felt crisis in democracy itself, understood not…

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Announcing our New Editor: Trygve Throntveit

We are pleased to announce that The Good Society will be moving to a new home at the University of Minnesota, where it will be housed in…

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Trench Democracy: Conversations on Participatory Democracy

We’re happy to announce a new long-running series with Albert Dzur. His dispatches from the front lines of civics will be available in full here and…

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Power and Persuasion from Below: Civic Renewal, Youth Engagement, and the Case for Civic Studies

1. Theme Panel: “Power and Persuasion from Below: Civic Renewal, Youth Engagement, and the Case for Civic Studies,” Aug 30, 2013, 4:15 PM-6:00 PM Chair: Peter Levine,…

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