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From the Publisher"This book is an excellent read for faculty, staff, and students on any type of college campus….The real gem in this book is its framework on how to conduct conversations on controversial issues…While the authors focus moral conversations around pluralism, the premise of moral conversations could readily apply to interactions around governance, accountability, fiscal challenges, pedagogy, curriculum development, and other important issues that can be uncomfortable to discuss, cause participants to be disrespectful of differing opinions, and ultimately be divisive to a campus community."
–Tracy M. Tyree, Associate Vice President of Student Affairs in "Community College Journal of Research and Practice," 32:9, 733-735
“I believe this is brilliant, timely and instructive book, not only for educators, but one that reaches across disciplines and functions in higher education and beyond for anyone that wants to improve the outcomes of their conversations about controversial topics…. It conveys the need to create spaces for these conversations on college campuses, but also instructs how to do it.
” – Andrea Silva McManus in Education Book Reviews (staff.lib.msu.edu/corby/reviews/posted/nash.) and excerpted in ASA Chairlink, January 2009