PART ONE: THEORY AND HISTORY.; On Critical Thinking and Connected Knowing by Blythe McVicker Clinchy; Educating the Artist: A Political Statement by S.A. Bachman, with D. Attyah; A Feminist Challenge to Community Service: A Call to Politicize Service-Learning by Tobi Walker; The History of Women and Service in the United States: A Rich and Complex Heritage by Helen Damon-Moore; Service-Learning and Women's Studies: A Community College Perspective by Karen Bojar.; PART TWO: EDUCATING FOR ACTION.; The ""Different Voice"" of Service by Catherine Ludlum Foos; Learning Across Boundaries: Women' Studies, Praxis, and Community Service by Mary Trigg and Barbara J. Balliet; Women's Studies and Community-Based Service-Learning: A Natural Affinity by Patricia A. Washington; Educated in Agency: Student Reflections on the Feminist Service-Learning Classroom by Melissa Kesler Gilbert; The Urban Educational Initiative: Supporting Educational Partnerships With Young, Urban Girls by Kimberly Farah and Kerrissa Heffernan.; PART THREE: NARRATING THE JOURNEY.; Women, AIDS, and Social Justice: An Autobiography of Activism and Academia by Sally Zierler; TCBY in Limon, Costa Rica: Women's Studies and the (Re)construction of Identity in International Service-Learning by Debra J. Liebowitz; ""Civic Character"" Engaged: Adult Learners and Service-Learning by Eve Allegra Raimon and Jan L. Hitchcock; Resolving a Conundrum: Incorporating Service-Learning Into a Women and the Law Course by Mary Pat Treuthart.; BIBLIOGRAPHY.