Volume 3: Table of Contents

Towards European Curriculum Studies: Reconsidering some basic tenets of Bildung and Didaktik: The Presidential Address, 2007
Tero Autio [PDF]

Reinterpreting Laura Bragg:

How Deafness, Feminism, and Maternalism Defined Her Actions as a Progressive Educator and Curriculum Worker
Louise Anderson Allen

Religion, Love, and Democracy in Laura Bragg’s Boxes
William F. Pinar

The Discourse of Educational Professionalization and Laura Bragg
Douglas McKnight

Muse, Mind and Memory: Meditating on Louise Allen’s Biography of Laura Bragg
Madeleine R Grumet

Mapping an Autobiography of Post-9/11 America: A New Paradigm for Policy-Making—Constituencies for a Curriculum of Possibility
JoVictoria Nicholson-Goodman, Ph.D.

“Sounds of Silence Breaking”: Working Difference, Translation, and Curriculum
Hongyu Wang & Mei Wu Hoyt

A Reading on Four Registers: Educational Reforms, Democratic Cultures, Research Methodologies, and the Question of the Posts
Erik Malewski

States of Siege: The Assault on Education
Alan Block [PDF]

“Shape up America!: Understanding Fatness as a Curriculum Project
Laura Azzarito [PDF]

Toward Doing Reconceptualist Work in K-12
James C. Jupp [PDF]

Precarious Positionings
Rahat Naqvi & Cynthia Prasow [PDF]

Locating Gold Mountain: Cultural capital and the internationalization of teacher education
Kumari Beck, Roumi Ilieva Anne Scholefield, & Bonnie Waterstone [PDF]

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