The insights contained in Building a Better World: The Pedagogy and Practice of Global Service-Learning were developed through many conversations, among many people, from various backgrounds. We are deeply indebted to the communities with which we’ve interacted, which came in large part though the nonprofit organization Amizade Global Service-Learning. The four people who pulled these conversations together into book form are:

Christopher Boettcher, Assistant Professor of English at Castleton State College.

Jessica Friedrichs, Service-Learning Coordinator and Social Work Faculty in the School for Social Change at Carlow University.

Eric Hartman, Instructor in Civic Engagement at Drexel University, The College of Education at Temple University, and Independent Consultant.

Richard Kiely, Director of the Center for Community Engaged Learning and Research at Cornell University.

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