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Current Issue: Volume 11, Number 1 (2022) Civic Engagement in an Era of Divisive Politics and Civil Unrest
Introductory Essay: eJournal of Public Affairs, Volume 11, Issue 1
Carah L. Ong Whaley
Democratic Isolation, Thin Citizenship, and Insurrection: A Theory
Kevin G. Lorentz II and Kimberly Saks McManaway
A Democratic Norm Endures January 6th: Congress and Deference to States’ Election Certifications
Kevin R. Kosar and Elayne Allen
Performing Toxic Masculinity During the January 6 Insurrection
Karen M. Kedrowski
The Temple of Liberty as Fort Knox: The Securitization of Democratic Space in the U.S. Capitol
Alisa J. Rosenthal and Lauren C. Bell
Promoting Critical Reasoning: Civic Engagement in an Era of Divisive Politics and Civil Unrest
Kevin R. Meyer, Nathan J. Carpenter, and Stephen K. Hunt
Promoting civic and community-based teaching practices: An exploratory study of collaborations between faculty development centers and civic and community engagement centers
James Morgan Lewing and Lisa M. Bunkowski