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Albert W. Dzur

Albert W. Dzur is Professor of Political Science and Philosophy at Bowling Green State University. His recent books include Democracy Inside: Participatory Innovation in Unlikely Places and Rebuilding Public Institutions Together: Professionals and Citizens in a Participatory Democracy.

Articles

Education’s most important job is to teach students to take an active role in their democracy, starting in their own communities.
Albert W. Dzur
This conversation is the tenth in the series, Trench Democracy: Participatory Innovation in Unlikely Places.
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Participatory Innovation in Unlikely Places.
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Participatory Innovation in Unlikely Places.
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Decatur, Georgia: a town where citizen participation plays a significant role in the daily life of government.
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Deepening student engagement through collaborative action.
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Study circles for race and racism in Lynchburg.
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Participatory Innovation in Unlikely Places.
Albert W. Dzur

Part of our series on participatory innovation in unlikely places.

Albert W. Dzur
Part of our series on participatory innovation in unlikely places.
Albert W. Dzur

Juries hear only 4 percent of criminal trials in America. Their decline has fostered radical punitiveness, but reforms and novel institutions are breathing new life into the jury and civic participation more broadly.

Albert W. Dzur