Resilience, conviviality, and the engaged studio
This article reports on the case of the Pittsburgh Studio, an initiative that matches students and resident stakeholders in researching local issues and identifying place-based solutions to catalyze resilience and conviviality in low-income neighborhoods. The authors trace the cooperation of the Pittsburgh Studio and the Penn State Center, describe the conceptual basis of the Pittsburgh Studio, and conclude by outlining emerging best practices for neighborhood-based engaged scholarship in the post-industrial inner city.
Tamminga, K., & De Ciantis, D. (2012). Resilience, conviviality, and the engaged studio. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 16(3), 115-151. Full Text.
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