Issue 46(4) of Curriculum Inquiry is now available online, with a free access editorial, Youth subjectification and resistance in the settler state by Shawna Marie Carroll & Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández
Brenda N. Sanya, Karishma Desai, Durell M. Callier, Cameron McCarthy
Deadline December 15, 2016
The Editors of Curriculum Inquiry in collaboration with the Guest Editors are seeking manuscripts for a special issue that is scheduled for publication in the Fall of 2017. “Educative Practices and the Making of (Non) Citizens,” aims to feature the work of established and emerging scholars from a variety of academic fields and disciplines that explore critical approaches to understanding citizenship using a diverse range of methodological and theoretical frameworks. This interdisciplinary special issue aims to theorize relationships between citizenship and the interstices of educational spaces. Accordingly, we envision a special issue focused on the multiplicity of roles that education takes up with regards to citizenship. Click here for full description and details ...
CI's special issue, The Child in Question, features articles written with the aim of interrogating discursive constructions of and about children. The issue is introduced through an editorial written by guest editors Dr. Lisa Farley and Dr. Julie C. Garlen, The Child in Question: Childhood texts, cultures, and curricula.
There will be a launch of this special issue at the Curriculum Studies Summer Collaborative Conference in Savannah, Georgia, on Friday, June 10. Several of the authors, as well as the guest editors, will participate in a panel discussion from 6:30-8:30 pm.
Issue 46(2) of Curriculum Inquiry is now available online, with a free access editorial, “We're all stories in the end”: on the narratives that (un)make us by Associate Editor, Alexandra Arráiz Matute
In this issue we make space for new and emerging scholars in the field of curriculum studies. In this special issue, new scholars (re)view texts and the field at large in our contemporary post/next moment. These works are introduced through an editorial written by editors Sardar M. Anwaruddin and Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández in which they consider the slippages surrounding the act of reading and (re)viewing.
Issue 45(5) of Curriculum Inquiry is now available online, with a free access editorial, The unruly curricula of the ruling classes, by Leila Angod, and the following articles:
Elite rationalities and curricular form: “Meritorious” class reproduction in the elite thinking curriculum in Singapore
by Leonel Lim and Michael W. Apple
The Editors of Curriculum Inquiry (CI) invite proposal submissions for Special Issues. CI is a leading international journal in the field of curriculum studies. It is dedicated to studies of educational experience in schools, communities, families, and other local or transnational settings, using a range of theoretical and disciplinary approaches. CI brings together the work of both established and emerging scholars from a variety of academic fields and disciplines who theorize and examine curriculum and pedagogy, broadly defined, and whose work promotes conceptual debate and pushes beyond current understandings of educational research, theory, and practice.
The journal invites proposals for special issues that explore and critique contemporary ideas, issues, trends, and problems in education, particularly those relating to curriculum, teaching and learning, teacher education, cultural practice, and educational research and policy. We are interested in special issues that invite authors to tackle cutting edge issues or that bring new insight into some of the perennial questions and issues related to curriculum inquiry broadly defined.
Issue 45(4) of Curriculum Inquiry is now available online, with a free access editorial by Neil T. Ramjewan & Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández and the following articles:
Texturing space-times in the Australian curriculum: Cross-curriculum priorities
by David Peacock, Robert Lingard & Sam Sellar
The role of ideology and habitus in educational media production
by Jeremy Stoddard
Thank you to everyone who submitted papers in response to our call for our upcoming special issue, "The Child in Question". Guest editors Lisa Farley and Julie Maudlin are looking forward to putting together an interesting issue with a wide range of authors.
Issue 45(3) of Curriculum Inquiry is now available, with a free access editorial by Editor-in-Chief Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández and articles by Elizabeth de Freitas and Matthew Curinga, Wolff-Michael Roth and Jean-Françoise Maheux, Julianne Lynch and Sandra Herbert, Ann Lawrence, and Deborah Brandt. Enjoy!
Thank you to everyone who submitted papers in response to our call for New Scholars in Review 2. We are looking forward to putting together an interesting issue with diverse topics and a wide range of authors.
before the May 1 deadline for submitting papers for New Scholars in Review 2.
The Editors of Curriculum Inquiry are seeking manuscripts for a special review issue scheduled to be published in January, 2016. This issue will feature essay reviews written by new scholars of curriculum studies. “New scholars” include students actively enrolled in a graduate program in curriculum studies or related fields at the time of submission as well as individuals who completed a graduate degree after January 2013. More information ...
Editor-in-Chief Rubén Gaztambide Fernández, Associate Editor Alexandra Arráiz Matute and authors Paul Kuttner, Nathalia Jaramillo, Chandni Desai, Karyn Recollet and Korina Jocson will be presenting at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association in Chicago.
66.061 - Cultural Production and Participatory Politics: Practices, Intersections, and Pedagogies
Sun, April 19, 4:05 to 6:05pm, Hyatt, West Tower - Gold Level, San Francisco
The panel will bring together a group of presenters examining the relationship between cultural production and participatory politics in a wide range of national and political contexts. The focus will include how youth engage cultural production as part of the political participation, and how political participation is sometimes central in and expressed through cultural production. The presenters will offer their analysis of these intersections, and provide illustrative examples of the intersections between cultural production and participatory politics. The aim is to bring together a range of approaches to the examination of these intersections as well as provide broad illustrations of the complexities involved in these processes. Moreover, presenters will engage the educational implications of these dynamics, both within and beyond schools.
CI issue 45(2) is now available online with a free access editorial by Sardar Anwaruddin and Rubén Gaztambide Fernández and articles by Margaretta Patrick, Julie Minikel-Lacoque, John Myers, Chantee McBride, Michelle Anderson, and Sivan Zakai.
On February 20 seven authors from CI's special issue on Participatory Politics and Cultural Production gathered in Toronto at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) to participate in a panel on Contemporary Youth Cultures at the Intersections of Cultural Production and Participatory Politics moderated by Rubén Gaztambide Fernández and Alexandra Arriáz Matute.
View video of the panel here
We are excited to announce the release of the most recent issue of CI, a Special Issue focused on the intersection of Cultural Production and Participatory Politics. This exciting issue, dedicated to the memory of our dear friend, Greg Dimitriadis, features articles on a range of topics related to youth cultural production and various modes of participatory politics in several different contexts, from Palestine to Venezuela, from Puerto Rico to the Idle No More movement.
Authors featured in this article include: Mizuko Ito, Elisabeth Soep, Neta Kliger-Vilenchik, Sangita Shresthova, Liana Gamber-Thompson, Arely Zimmerman, Korina Jocson, Melissa Rosario, Paul Kuttner, Nathalia E Jaramillo, Chandni Desai, Karyn Recollet, and CI editors Alexandra Arráiz Matute and Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández. You can access the Editorial essay as well as the first featured article for free at the Taylor & Francis (our new publisher!) website.
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