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Intergroup Dialogue Publications by Institute Faculty

X. Zúñiga, B. A. Nagda, M. Chesler, & A. Cytron-Walker (2007). Intergroup Dialogues in higher education: Meaningful learning about social justice. ASHE Higher Education Report Series, 32(4). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Nagda, B. A., & Gurin, P. (2007). Intergroup Dialogue: A critical-dialogic approach to learning about difference, inequality and social justice. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 111, 35-45.

Nagda, B. A., & Gurin, P. (in press). Intergroup Dialogue: A critical-dialogic approach to learning about difference, inequality and social justice. In M. Kaplan & A. T. Miller (Eds.). New Directions for Teaching and Learning. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Zúñiga, x., Nagda, B. A., Chesler, M., & Cytron-Walker, A. (in press). Intergroup Dialogues in higher education: Meaningful learning about social justice. Jossey-Bass, Inc. ( ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report Series)

Nagda, B. A. (2006). Breaking barriers, crossing boundaries, building bridges: Communication processes in intergroup dialogues. Journal of Social Issues, 62(3), 553-576.

Nagda, B. A., Tropp, L. R., & Paluck, E. L. (2006). Looking back as we look ahead: Integrating research, theory and practice on intergroup relations. Journal of Social Issues , 62 (3), 439-451 .

Nagda, B. A., McCoy, M. L., & Barrett, M. H. (2006). Mix It Up: Crossing social boundaries as a pathway to youth civic engagement. National Civic Review, 95(1), 47-56.

Gurin, P., & Nagda, B. A. (2006). Getting to the what, how and why of diversity on campus. Educational Researcher. 35(1), 20-24.

Nagda, B. A., Gurin, P., & Johnson, S. M. (2005). Living, doing and thinking diversity: How does pre-college diversity experience affect first-year students’ engagement with college diversity? In R. Feldman (Ed.), Improving the first year of college: Research and practice (pp. 73-108). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Derr, A. S., Nagda, B. A., Pringle, R. & Gomez, S. (2005). Justice & Democracy: Challenges and Opportunities in the Aftermath of September 11, 2001. Seattle, WA: Hate Free Zone of Washington.

Gutiérrez, L., Lewis, E., Nagda, B. A., Wernick, L., & Shore, N. (2005). Multicultural community practice strategies and intergroup empowerment. In M. Weil (Ed.). Handbook of Community Practice (pp. 341-359). Newbury Park: Sage Publications

Nagda, B. A., Kim, C. W. & Truelove, Y. (2004). Learning about difference, learning with others, learning to transgress. Journal of Social Issues, 60 (1), 195-214.

Gurin, P., Nagda, B. A., & Lopez, G. E. (2004). The benefits of diversity in education for democratic citizenship. Journal of Social Issues, 60 (1), 17-34.

Nagda, B. A., & Derr, A. S. (2004). Intergroup dialogue: Embracing difference and conflict, engendering community. In W. Stephan & P. Vogt (Eds.), Education programs for improving intergroup relations: Theory, practice research (pp. 133-151). New York: Teachers College Press.

Nagda, B. A., Sohng, S., Ishisaka, H. A., & Uehara, E. (2004). Multicultural human services organization practice as an agent for multicultural community development. In L. Gutiérrez, M. Zúñiga, & D. Lum (Eds.). Education for multicultural social work practice: Implications for social and economic justice (pp. 155-171). Alexandria, VA: CSWE Press.

Uehara, E., Sohng, S., Nagda, B. A., Erera, P., & Yamashiro, G. (2004). Multiculturalism, social justice and social inquiry: Issues for social work education. In L. Gutiérrez, M. Zúñiga, & D. Lum (Eds.). Education for multicultural social work practice: Implications for social and economic justice (pp. 113-132). Alexandria, VA: CSWE Press.

Ai, A. L., Moultine, K., Picciano, J., Nagda, B. A., & Thurman, L. (2004). Integrating spirituality into social work curriculum: A student initiated program evaluation. Journal of Teaching in Social Work 24(1/2), 105-128.

Nagda, B. A., Gurin, P., & Lopez, G. E. (2003). Transformative pedagogy for democracy and social justice. Race Ethnicity & Education, 6(2), 165-191.

Nagda, B. A., & Zúñiga, X. (2003). Fostering meaningful racial engagement through intergroup dialogues. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 6(1), 111-128.

Zúñiga, X., Nagda, B. A., & Sevig, T. D. (2002). Intergroup dialogues: An educational model for cultivating engagement across differences. Equity and Excellence in Education, 35(1), 7-17.

Nagda, B. A. (2001). Creating spaces of hope and possibility: A curriculum guide for intergroup dialogues. Seattle, WA: IDEA Center.

Nagda, B. A., Harding, S., Moise-Swanson, D., Balassone, M. L., Spearmon, M., & de Mello, S. (2001). Intergroup dialogue, education and action: Innovations at the University of Washington School of Social Work. In D. Schoem & S. Hurtado (Eds.) Intergroup Dialogue: Deliberative democracy in school, college, community and workplace (pp. 115-134). Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.

Zúñiga, X., & Nagda, B. A. (2001). Design considerations for intergroup dialogue. In D. Schoem & S. Hurtado (Eds.) Intergroup Dialogue: Deliberative democracy in school, college, community and workplace (pp. 306-327). Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.

Nagda, B. A., Spearmon, M., Holley, L. C., Harding, S., Balassone, M. L., Moise-Swanson, D., de Mello, S. (1999). Intergroup dialogues: An innovative approach to teaching about diversity and justice in social work programs. Journal of Social Work Education, 35(3), 433-449.

Gurin, P., Peng, T., Lopez, G. E., & Nagda, B. A. (1999). Context, identity and intergroup relations. In D. Prentice & D. Miller (Eds.) Cultural divides: Understanding and overcoming group conflict (pp. 133-170). New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Lopez, G. E., Gurin, P. & Nagda, B. A. (1998). Education and understanding structural causes for group inequalities. Journal of Political Psychology, 19(2), 305-329.

Nagda, B. A., Zúñiga, X., & Sevig, T. D. (1995). Bridging differences through peer-facilitated intergroup dialogues. in S. Hatcher (Ed.), Peer programs on a college campus: Theory, training and 'voice of the peers.' (pp. 378-414). San Jose, CA: Resources Publications, Inc.

Zúñiga, X., & Nagda, B. A. (1993). Dialogue groups: An innovative approach to multicultural learning. In D. Schoem, L. Frankel, X. Zúñiga, & E. Lewis (Eds.), Multicultural teaching in the university (pp. 233-248). Westport, CT: Praeger.

Nagda, B. A., & Zúñiga, X. (1993). Classroom and workshop exercises: Active listening exercise. In D. Schoem, L. Frankel, X. Zúñiga, & E. Lewis (Eds.), Multicultural teaching in the university (pp. 314-316). Westport, CT: Praeger.

Zúñiga, X., Nagda, B. A. Monroe-Fowler, A. & Stewart, G. (1993). Classroom and workshop exercises: Alliance building exercise. In D. Schoem, L. Frankel, X. Zúñiga, & E. Lewis (Eds.), Multicultural teaching in the university (pp. 319-320). Westport, CT: Praeger.

Zúñiga, X., & Nagda, B. A. (1993). Classroom and workshop exercises: Identity group exercise. In D. Schoem, L. Frankel, X. Zúñiga, & E. Lewis (Eds.), Multicultural teaching in the university (p. 323). Westport, CT: Praeger.

Schoem, D., Zúñiga, X., & Nagda, B. A. (1993). Classroom and workshop exercises: Exploring one’s group background–The fishbowl exercise. In D. Schoem, L. Frankel, X. Zúñiga, & E. Lewis (Eds.), Multicultural teaching in the university (pp. 326-327). Westport, CT: Praeger.