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The curriculum decanonizing the field

Author: João M Paraskeva; Shirley R Steinberg
Publisher: New York Peter Lang [2016]
Series: Counterpoints ., Studies in the postmodern theory of education ;, vol. 491.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Opening up curriculum canon to democratize democracy / João M. Paraskeva -- Deway and the Herbatians : The Genesis of a Theory of Curriculum / Herbert Kliebard -- The Discursive Roots of Community : A Genealogy of the Curriculum / Barry M. Franklin -- Black Curriculum Orientations / William Watkins -- Arresting the Decline of Integrity of Curriculum Studies in the US : The Policy of Opportunity / William Wraga &  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: João M Paraskeva; Shirley R Steinberg
ISBN: 9781433114212 1433114216 9781433114229 1433114224
OCLC Number: 949755486
Description: xii, 731 Seiten 23 cm
Contents: Opening up curriculum canon to democratize democracy / João M. ParaskevaDeway and the Herbatians : The Genesis of a Theory of Curriculum / Herbert Kliebard --
The Discursive Roots of Community : A Genealogy of the Curriculum / Barry M. Franklin --
Black Curriculum Orientations / William Watkins --
Arresting the Decline of Integrity of Curriculum Studies in the US : The Policy of Opportunity / William Wraga & Peter Hlebowitch --
Undoing Double Binds in Curriculum : On Cosmopolitan Sensibilities in US Curriculum Studies / James C. Jupp --
In Search of the Lost Curriculum / Jose Felix Angulo --
Dialectic and the Development of a Curriculum Theory / Henry Giroux --
Autobiography and the Architecture of Self / William Pinar --
Curriculum History, the Legitimation of Scientific Objects, and the Analysis of the Invisable / Bernadette Baker --
Curriculum theory, education policy, and "the recurring question of the subject" / Tero Autio --
Poststructuralism in the Curriculum Policies in Brazil / Alice Casimiro Lopes & Elizabeth Macedo --
Epistimicides. Towards an Itinerant Curriculum Theory / João M. Paraskeva --
Revisiting the Question of the Indegenous / George Sefa Dei --
Renegotiating epistemic privilege and enchantments with modernity : the gain in the loss of the entitlement to control and define everything / Vanessa Oliveira Andeotti --
Curriculum Inheritance : The Field, the Canon, and the Crisis of the Postmodern University / Dennis Carlson --
Canons as Neocolonial Projects of Understanding / Susan Jean Mayer --
Ideology and Methodological Attitude / Pathi Lather --
The Voices of Women in Curriculum Tensions (Gender) / Ana Sanches Bello --
Revisionist Ontology and the Historical Trajectory of Black Curriculum / LaGarrett J. King and Anthony Brown --
The New Terms of Race in Light of Neoliberalism and the Transforming Contexts of Education and the City in the Era of Globalization / Cameron McCarthy --
Early Education and Gendered Construction / Shirley Steinberg --
The Cape Verdean Language and Identity Question : Pride, Politics of Negation, or Wilful Ignorance? / Soraya Isabel de Barros --
Globalization : The Loadstone Rock to Curriculum / Elizabeth Janson --
Intercultural curriculum in neo-nationalist Europe / Giovanna Campani --
The Intercultural Curriculum, Networks and Global Communities for Collaborative Learning / Jurjo Torres Santome --
Curriculum as discourse : From Africa to South Africa and back / Shervani Pillay --
Curriculum, Nuyorican Memoirs, and the Improvisation of Identity : From What to Make of "Them" to How "Them" Might Make Themselves / José R. Rosario --
Under the Gaze of Neoliberal Epistemology : Dislocating the National Curriculum and Re-Engineering the Citizen / Joao Rosa --
Voices of the Curriculum to the south of Latin America : The subject, the history and the politics / Silvia Redon --
The Curriculum and the Classroom / Joe L. Kincheloe --
"Who" is teacher education? : Approaching the negative stereotypes of teacher education / Silvia Edling --
Curriculum, Didaktik and Professional Teaching : Concptual Contributions from the Intersections of Curriculum Studies in an Age of "Crisis" in Education / Anneli Frelin --
Counteracting the power of the single story in teacher education : Teacher narratives as lions' voices / Maria Alfredo Moreira --
Exploding the Canon Historical Contextualizing as a Means for Social Justice / Thad LaVallee --
Towards academic decolonization in critical curriculum studies : Learning from the Japanese history textbook controversy over "comfort women" / Keita Takayama.
Series Title: Counterpoints ., Studies in the postmodern theory of education ;, vol. 491.
Responsibility: edited by João M. Paraskeva and Shirley R. Steinberg

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Curriculum: Decanonizing the Field is a clarion call against curriculum epistemicides, proposing the use of Itinerant Curriculum Theory (ICT), which opens up the canon of knowledge; challenges and  Read more...

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