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.
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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 appear in the second issue of each volume.
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