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Reconstructing Curriculum History of the 1970s through Archival Work in the Schubert and Short Curriculum Studies Archives from the Georgia Southern University Library

Abstract

Based on the archives, Jim Jupp and William Schubert have been looking through elaborate files on curricular organizations in an attempt to reconstruct the history of the curriculum field, especially from the late 1950s to about 1980. They have done this by using both the Edmund C. Short and the William H. Schubert archives. Jim Jupp and William Schubert would be glad to talk about ideas derived thus far, which have primarily focused on boxes of files about the AERA SIG on Creation and Utilization of Curriculum Knowledge, now the AERA SIG on Critical Issues in Curriculum and Cultural Studies.

Presentation Description

In this Curriculum Dialogues session, Jim Jupp and William Schubert will talk about ideas derived from their curriculum archive research. They have done this by using both the Edmund C. Short and the William H. Schubert archives. They have been looking through elaborate files on curricular organizations in an attempt to reconstruct the history of the curriculum field, especially from the late 1950s to about 1980. They have primarily focused on boxes of files about the AERA SIG on Creation and Utilization of Curriculum Knowledge, now the AERA SIG on Critical Issues in Curriculum and Cultural Studies.

Keywords

curriculum history, curriculum knowledge

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Magnolia Room C

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Jun 12th, 10:45 AM Jun 12th, 12:00 PM

Reconstructing Curriculum History of the 1970s through Archival Work in the Schubert and Short Curriculum Studies Archives from the Georgia Southern University Library

Magnolia Room C

Based on the archives, Jim Jupp and William Schubert have been looking through elaborate files on curricular organizations in an attempt to reconstruct the history of the curriculum field, especially from the late 1950s to about 1980. They have done this by using both the Edmund C. Short and the William H. Schubert archives. Jim Jupp and William Schubert would be glad to talk about ideas derived thus far, which have primarily focused on boxes of files about the AERA SIG on Creation and Utilization of Curriculum Knowledge, now the AERA SIG on Critical Issues in Curriculum and Cultural Studies.