TABLE OF CONTENTS
This year, the editorial board has again expanded, welcoming João Paraskeva on as editor of our new International Literature section. As the North American Literature section built upon the organization's Canon Project, our new International Literature section builds upon work begun by AAACS's Internationalization of Curriculum Studies Task Force.
The 2012 presidential address was given by Nicholas Ng-A-Fook, Co-President of the Canadian association.
João Paraskeva introduces the new JAAACS International Literature Section.
AAACS's current president reports on the organization's international conference in Rio de Janeiro this past July, raising themes related both to the internationalization of the field and to issues raised by the Canon Project.
This debut article in our International Literature section demonstrates how the work of Korean philosopher Chong Yag-yong can extend our understandings regarding the historic struggle for educational equity, increased pedagogical sensitivity, and larger pedagogical purposes.
James C. Jupp
Cosmopolitan sensibilities in curriculum studies are placed in conversation with cultural studies' influences on curriculum studies in hopes of providing a "recursive and historical return for re-invigorating curriculum studies in the next moment."
The struggle over deaf pedagogy sheds new light upon the logocentric biases of Western knowledge systems, which have historically restricted appreciation of deaf ways of knowing among the hearing educators responsible for their education.
Urve Läänemets, Katrin Kalamees-Ruubel
This article discusses the relationship between the famous Tyler Rationale (1949-50) and the influential and foundational earlier work in curriculum development of Hilda Taba.
William F. Pinar
Looking carefully at Tyler’s development of what has come to be called the Rationale, Pinar suggests that Ralph Tyler may have disingenuously assumed authorship of this foundational element of curriculum development in the post World War II years.
Deborah P. Britzman
Deborah Britzman’s essay review of Peter Taubman’s Disvowed Knowledge explores the complex character and relationships that exist between education and psychoanalysis in her essay.
David Jardine’s essay provides explores the origins and contrasts between the industrially based experience of time around which much contemporary schooling has been organized, and the more compelling and difficult whiling time that is indigenous to thoughtful, rich and worthwhile inquiry in schools.
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