“Building in Place” by Talmage A. Stanley


The totality and complexity of this three-part interaction of the natural environment, the built environment, and human culture and history, and the stories etched into this place, call into question traditional models of education and long-held assumptions about what it is that constitutes effective citizenship (Johnston, 1991, p. 97). These stories remind us that this place is rife with conflicts and contradictions, raising questions about citizenship and justice for which there are no right or easy answers.

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Building in Place