Journal of Curriculum & Pedagogy

The Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy is dedicated to the study of curriculum theory, educational inquiry, and pedagogical praxis. This leading international journal brings together scholars from a variety of disciplines as a means to expand perspectives on educational phenomena, from schools and cultural institutions to sites and concerns beyond school and institutional boundaries.

The journal publishes articles that explore historical, philosophical, gendered, sexual, racial, ethnic, linguistic, autobiographical, aesthetic, theological, and/or international curriculum concerns and issues. Each issue also includes an arts-based educational research article and a guest-edited Perspectives section developed by leading scholars. A book and media review section also appears in the second issue of each volume.

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Current Issue

Volume 10, Number 1 (June, 2013) contains the following:

  • ZooCrit: An Introduction and 'The Beginning', by Jason Michael Lukasik
  • A Perspectives section on posthumanism edited by Jason Wallin and containing the following pieces:
    • One Hundred Trillion Anomals Take the Stand, by Jason Wallin
    • Gracious Pedagogy, by Patricia MacCormack
    • Becoming-Ecological: Dwelling With|in the "Animal Kingdom", by Petra Hroch
    • Toward an Enfleshed Pedagogy, by James R. Goebel
    • Dis-organ-izing the Subject: Thinking With Sound, by Jessie Lauren Beier
    • Reductionism Redux: The Continuity Between Humans and Other Animals, by Nathan Snaza
    • Posthumanist Pedagogies: Toward an Ethics of the Non/Living, by Marietta Radomska
    • Art and Its Education in the Anthropocene: The Need for an Avant-Garde Without Authority, by jan jagodzinski
    • Environment Imagining Otherwise, by Rachel Loewen Walker
  • Bewildering Education, by Nathan Snaza
  • Disciplined Judgment: Toward a Reasonably Constrained Constructivism, by Kurt Stemhagen, Gabriel A. Reich, and William Muth
  • Do Stemhagen, Reich, and Muth Have Ears to Hear and Eyes to See? Toward the Subaltern and Counternarratives in Curriculum Studies, by Erik Malewski

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