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Title Curriculum studies handbook--the next moment / edited by Erik Malewski
Published New York : Routledge, 2009


Description 1 online resource
Series Studies in curriculum theory
Studies in curriculum theory.
Contents Book Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; 1 Introduction: Proliferating Curriculum; Part I: Openness, Otherness, and the State of Things; 2 Thirteen Theses on the Question of State in Curriculum Studies; 3 Reading Histories: Curriculum Theory, Psychoanalysis, and Generational Violence; 4 Toward Creative Solidarity in the "Next" Moment of Curriculum Work; 5 "No Room in the Inn"?: The Question of Hospitality in the Post(Partum)1-Labors of Curriculum Studies; Part II: Reconfiguring the Canon; 6 Remembering Carter Goodwin Woodson (1875-1950)
7 Eugenic Ideology and Historical OsmosisPart III: Technology, Nature, and the Body; 8 Understanding Curriculum Studies in the Space of Technological Flow; 9 The Posthuman Condition: A Complicated Conversation; Part IV: Embodiment, Relationality, and Public Pedagogy; 10 (A) Troubling Curriculum: Public Pedagogies of Black Women Rappers; 11 Sleeping with Cake and Other Touchable Encounters: Performing a Bodied Curriculum; 12 Art Education Beyond Reconceptualization: Enacting Curriculum Through/With/By/For/Of/In/Beyond/As Visual Culture, Community, and Public Pedagogy
Part V: Place, Place-Making, and Schooling13 Jesus Died for NASCAR Fans: The Significance of Rural Formations of Queerness to Curriculum Studies; 14 Reconceiving Ecology: Diversity, Language, and Horizons of the Possible; 15 Thinking Through Scale: Critical Geography and Curriculum Spaces; 16 Complicating the Social and Cultural Aspects of Social Class: Toward a Conception of Social Class as Identity; Part VI: Cross-Cultural International Perspectives; 17 The Unconscious of History?: Mesmerism and the Production of Scientific Objects for Curriculum Historical Research
18 Intimate Revolt and Third Possibilities: Cocreating a Creative Curriculum19 Decolonizing Curriculum; 20 Difficult Thoughts, Unspeakable Practices: A Tentative Position Toward Suicide, Policy, and Culture in Contemporary Curriculum Theory; Part VII: The Creativity of an Intellectual Curriculum; 21 How the Politics of Domestication Contribute to the Self-Deintellectualization of Teachers; 22 Edward Said and Jean-Paul Sartre: Critical Modes of Intellectual Life; Part VIII: Self, Subjectivity, and Subject Position; 23 In Ellisonian Eyes, What is Curriculum Theory?
24 Critical Pedagogy and Despair: A Move toward Kierkegaard's Passionate InwardnessPart IX: An Unusual Epilogue: A Tripartite Reading on Next Moments in the Field; And They'll Say That It's a Movement; The Next Moment; The Unknown: A Way of Knowing in the Future of Curriculum Studies; About the Contributors; Index
Summary What comes after the reconceptualization of curriculum studies? What is the contribution of the next wave of curriculum scholars? Comprehensive and on the cutting edge, this Handbook speaks to these questions and extends the conversation on present and future directions in curriculum studies
Notes Title from PDF title page (viewed October 1, 2009)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Curriculum planning -- Philosophy
Critical pedagogy.
EDUCATION -- Curricula.
Critical pedagogy
Curriculum planning -- Philosophy
Form Electronic book
Author Malewski, Erik
ISBN 9780203877791