Curriculum without Consensus - Studies in Curriculum Theory Series (Hardback)Janet L. Miller (author)
Hardback 224 Pages / Published: 08/01/2020
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Situated within the contemporary U.S. scholarly curriculum studies field that concerns itself directly now with "worldly" influences on its work both within and without America, this book addresses current tensions in the field, writ large. It does so by tracing the antecedents of these tensions as the U.S. field has moved toward internationalization, and by conceptualizing notions of "working tensions" and "communities without consensus" as possible ways to resist eradicating diversity or colonizing differences as the field grapples with issues and dilemmas spawned by such internationalization efforts. It raises the question of what it means to trace the evolution of a field of studies while taking into account the partial, contingent, and fluctuating subject position of the person doing such a survey. What is particularly valuable in this book by esteemed curriculum scholar Janet L. Miller is her first-hand account of the emergence and evolution of the field of curriculum studies along with her theoretical understanding of its partiality.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 224
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
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