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We titled this special issue Curriculum Studies and Historicizing the Present:
The Political and Impracticality of Practical Knowledge in order to speak
about the politics of schooling in an unconventional way. To historicize the
present is a strategy to study curriculum through the rules and...
In this article, we historicize affective dimensions of teaching by
asking, What does it feel like to be a teacher in a particular time and place? We
explore three blocs of affect that engulfed teachers in the 1955 to 1970 period: the
mindlessness of U.S. schooling practices; the push for equal...
The goal of the article is to explore what often is placed in
opposition—the secular and the theological—in order to interpret their historical
intersections in the production of Argentinean citizens. Through a genealogical discourse
analysis, I investigate how religious discourses become...
In matters of diversity and indigenous education, language and linguistic
revitalization have become central in correcting historical wrongs. This paper
is a historical examination into language, activities, tactics, and modes of reasoning
difference as indigenous through educational engagements...
This is a historical and comparative study of the “reason” of transnational
school reforms in Kenya. The analysis compares two reforms separated by
ninety years—the Jeanes School, Kabete (1924–1939) and Bridge International
Academies (2009–present)—in order to make visible continuities and...
This article problematizes the educational practice of action competence.
This practice is said to be a way to empower students, making them willing and able
to genuinely engage in environmental issues. The aim is to show how the notion of
action competence culturally shapes certain kinds of...
This article examines the use of the equal sign (=) in the Standardsbased
math reforms during the 1980s in the United States. Exploring the equal sign
in the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Curriculum and
Evaluation Standards (1989) math problems, the aim is to highlight how...
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