Foreword. United States Senator John F. Kerry. Foreword: Thinking and Hitting at the Same Time. Professor Martha Minow. Acknowledgments. Author Biographies. 1. Engaging New Forms of Social Inquiry and Social Action; F.T. Sherman, W.R. Torbert. 2. From Data Raider to Democratic Researcher: Learning to Become an Academic-Activist with the Merrimack Valley Project; A. Fairfax. 3. Transforming Universities to Sustain Outreach Scholarship: A Communique from the Front; R.M. Lerner. 4. What Is Sacred in a Secular University? A Scenario for the Next Century; S. Bruyn. 5. Transforming Social Science: Integrating Quantitative, Qualitative, and Action Research; W.R. Torbert. 6. Seven Years of Participant Research in a Transforming Community School; M.E. Walsh, et al. 7. Developing Interprofessional Community in Collaborative Settings: Understanding and Refining the Lawyer's Role; J.A. McMorrow. 8. Seeking Social Justice: A Teacher Education Faculty's Self Study; M. Cochran-Smith, et al. 9. The Challenge of Creating a Community of Inquiry Among Scholar-Consultants Critiquing One Another's Theories-In-Practice; W.R. Torbert. 10. Service-Learning as a Vehicle in Training Psychologists for Revised Professional Roles; M. Kenny, L. Gallagher. 11. Action Learning in Leadership for Change: Partnership, Pedagogy, and Projects for Responsible Management Development; S.A. Waddock, E. Spangler. 12. Leadership and Lawyering: Learning New Ways to See Juvenile Justice; F.T. Sherman. 13. The Call to Bridge Knowledge and Action: The Response of the Boson College Doctoral Program in Organization Transformation;W.R. Torbert. 14. Practice, Participatory Research and Creative Research Designs: The Evolution of Ethical Guidelines for Research; W. Haney, M. Brinton Lykes. Index.