The Curriculum: Whose Internationalization? asks a series of important questions in the re-examination of the internationalization of curriculum studies. It reflects the work of the Internationalization of Curriculum Studies Task Force – created at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies annual meeting in New Orleans in 2011 – in the context of new theoretical avenues such as the Itinerant Curriculum Theory (ICT) to help address issues related to the problematic nature of internationalization and globalization.
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About the Author
João M. Paraskeva is Full Professor at the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, where he is founder and Chair of the Department of Educational Leadership and Program Director of the EdD/PhD in educational leadership and policy, and is also Director for the Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture. His latest books are The Curriculum: A New Comprehensive Reader (co-edited with Shirley Steinberg, forthcoming), Transformative Educators and Researchers for Democracy: Dartmouth Dialogues (co-edited with Thad LaVallee, 2015), International Critical Pedagogy Reader (co-edited with Antonia Darder and Peter Mayo, 2015), and Conflicts in Curriculum Theory: Challenging Hegemonic Epistemologies: Education, Politics and Public Life (2011/2014).
Table of Contents
João M. Paraskeva: The Curriculum: Whose Internationalization? – Boaventura de Sousa Santos: Beyond Abyssal Thinking: From Global Lines to Ecologies of Knowledges – João M. Paraskeva: Curriculum: The Need for a Radical Copresence – Todd Alan Price: Las Etapas de la Educación y Revolución: Literacy, Communism, and Democracy from Raúl Ferrer to Tao Xingzhi – Seungho Moon: Tasanhak, Korean Neo-Confucianism, and Curriculum Studies: Complicating Conversations in Human Nature, Knowledge, and Justice – Andrea Baldwin: The Internationalization of Curriculum Studies: The Contribution of Jamaica’s Marcus Mosiah Garvey – Dinny Risri Aletheiani: Indonesian Curriculum Theorist: Ki Hadjar Dewantara – Kaoru Miyazawa: In the Third Moment in Curriculum Studies: A Dialogue Between Seikatsu Tsuzurikata and Critical Pedagogy – Oksana Jackim: Anton Semyonovich Makarenko, A Few Western Myths Debunked – Elizabeth Janson/João M. Paraskeva: Curriculum Counterstrokes and Strokes: Swimming in Nonexistent Epistemological Rivers Dialoguing with Sousa Santos – João M. Paraskeva: Itinerant Curriculum Theory: A Reiteration.