Individual Presentation or Panel Title

The Pinar Project

Titles of Presentations in a Panel

"The Practice of Radical Love: Understanding Curriculum as Queer Theological Text" (Whitlock)

Disciplinarity and Interdisciplinarity: William Pinar's Complicated Conversation (Morris)

Excavating the Self: The Archeologies of William Pinar and James Hillman (Doll)

Abstract

William Pinar's contributions to the field of Curriculum Studies include seven basic ideas, three of which are addressed by each panelist. Queer theory in education; disciplinarity and interdisciplinarity; and currere are key concepts which, when heard together, give the sense of what it is to dialogue, converse, and complicate curriculum issues. These papers suggest a radical revisioning of the human place in a global world, in accord with Pinar's vision to reconceptualize what it is to live deeply so as to understand the history and politics of our time.

Presentation Description

The Pinar Project presents three papers to be included in a book featuring the contributions of William F. Pinar. These papers address queer theory, disciplinarity and interdisciplinarity, and currere. Pinar's vision expresses a need to reconceptualize the history and politics of our time by understanding our own subjectivities.

Keywords

conversation, reconceptualization, queer theory, disciplinarity, subjectivity

Location

Magnolia Room A

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

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Jun 11th, 10:45 AM Jun 11th, 12:00 PM

The Pinar Project

Magnolia Room A

William Pinar's contributions to the field of Curriculum Studies include seven basic ideas, three of which are addressed by each panelist. Queer theory in education; disciplinarity and interdisciplinarity; and currere are key concepts which, when heard together, give the sense of what it is to dialogue, converse, and complicate curriculum issues. These papers suggest a radical revisioning of the human place in a global world, in accord with Pinar's vision to reconceptualize what it is to live deeply so as to understand the history and politics of our time.