Selected recent publications by Center for Democracy and Civic Life staff members:
- Hübler, R., Hoffman, D., Berger, C., Domagal-Goldman, J., & King, S. (2020). Tools for Living Democracy: Putting the CLDE Theory of Change into Practice. eJournal of Public Affairs, 9(1).
- Berger, C., Domagal-Goldman, J., Hoffman, D., Hübler, R., & King, S. (2020). Reimagining student affairs practice by enacting the CLDE Theory of Change. 2020 NASPA Knowledge Community Publication, 28-31.
- Hübler, R., Hoffman, D., Berger, C., Domagal-Goldman, J., & King, S. (2019, Fall). Infusing CLDE Theory of Change into student affairs: New thinking about civic learning and democratic engagement. Leadership Exchange 17(3), 18-23.
- Hoffman, D. & Hübler, R. (2019). Talking democracy. In Longo, N. and Shaffer, T. (Eds.), Creating space for democracy: A primer on dialogue and deliberation in higher education. Sterling: Stylus Publishing.
- Sullivan, C., Hoffman, D., & Hübler, R. (2018). “Why should college students–or anyone else–bother voting?” Forbes CivicNation Voice (blog).
- Hoffman, D., Domagal-Goldman, J., King, S., & Robinson, V. (2018). Higher education’s role in enacting a thriving democracy: Civic learning and democratic engagement theory of change. American Association of State Colleges and Universities’ American Democracy Project, NASPA LEAD Initiative, and The Democracy Commitment.
- Hoffman, D. (2016). Ethos matters: Inspiring students as democracy’s co-creators. NASPA (blog).