Individual Presentation or Panel Title

Curriculum Dialogues: Not for Sale: Curriculum Activism in the Age of Commodification

Titles of Presentations in a Panel

Isabel Nunez--Not for Sale: Curriculum Activism in the Age of Commodification?
Denise Taliaferro Baszile--Rhetoric and Revolution: Curriculum Studies as Counterstory.
Robert Helfenbein--Space of Justice in an Unjust World: Critical Geography

RubénGaztambide-Fernández--Browning Curriculum: Creative and Courageous Solidarity in the Age of Austerity.

Abstract

This proposed luncheon session promotes dialogue and cooperative action among established and emerging curriculum scholars. The panelists provide intra/intergenerational perspectives that illuminate historical trajectories and possibilities of the field. This session is aimed to re-establish continuity within the field, acknowledge its practical, contextual, and theoretical diversity, and project curriculum possibilities in the future. This session will contribute to stronger connections between school practice, public debate, policy making, and university scholarship.

Presentation Description

This proposed luncheon session promotes dialogue and cooperative action among established and emerging curriculum scholars. The panelists provide intra/intergenerational perspectives that illuminate historical trajectories and possibilities of the field. This session is aimed to re-establish continuity within the field, acknowledge its practical, contextual, and theoretical diversity, and project curriculum possibilities in the future. This session will contribute to stronger connections between school practice, public debate, policy making, and university scholarship.

Keywords

Curriculum dialogue, Cooperative action, Emerging curriculum scholars, Intra/intergenerational perspectives, Historical trajectories, Curriculum possibilities, Continuity, Practical, Contextual, And theoretical diversity, School practice, Public debate, Policy making, And university scholarship

Location

Oglethorpe Room

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

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Jun 13th, 12:00 PM Jun 13th, 2:00 PM

Curriculum Dialogues: Not for Sale: Curriculum Activism in the Age of Commodification

Oglethorpe Room

This proposed luncheon session promotes dialogue and cooperative action among established and emerging curriculum scholars. The panelists provide intra/intergenerational perspectives that illuminate historical trajectories and possibilities of the field. This session is aimed to re-establish continuity within the field, acknowledge its practical, contextual, and theoretical diversity, and project curriculum possibilities in the future. This session will contribute to stronger connections between school practice, public debate, policy making, and university scholarship.