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Curriculum visions /

Other Authors: Doll, William E., Gough, Noel, 1944-
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: New York : P. Lang, 2002
Series: Counterpoints (New York, N.Y.) ; v. 151.
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245 0 0 |a Curriculum visions /  |c edited by William E. Doll, Jr., and Noel Gough. 
260 |a New York :  |b P. Lang,  |c c2002. 
300 |a xiii, 310 p. ;  |c 23 cm. 
490 1 |a Counterpoints,  |x 1058-1634 ;  |v v. 151 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0 0 |t Introduction: Voicing Curriculum Visions /  |r Noel Gough --   |t Introduction: Ghosts and the Curriculum /  |r William E. Doll, Jr. --   |t Perspective on Doll /  |r Wendi Broussard --   |g Ch. 1.  |t An Ecological Understanding; Problematic: Metaphor Matters --   |t Toward a Cultural and Ecological Understanding of Curriculum /  |r C. A. Bowers --   |t Perspective on Bowers /  |r Ellen Wickersham --   |g Ch. 2.  |t Death and Crisis; Problematic: Mourning Becomes Curriculum --   |t The Death of Curriculum? /  |r Deborah P. Britzman --   |t Robert Musil and the Crisis of European Culture in America /  |r William F. Pinar --   |t Perspective on Britzman and Pinar /  |r Peggy R. McConnell --   |g Ch. 3.  |t What to Do? Problematic: Reading Curriculum Visions --   |t Curriculum Ghosts and Visions - and What to Do? /  |r Cleo H. Cherryholmes --   |t Perspective on Cherryholmes /  |r Ellen Wickersham --   |g Ch. 4.  |t Dewey's Goats; Problematic: A Question of Genre --   |t Much Rezadieux about (Dewey's) Goats in the Curriculum: Looking Back on Tomorrow Yesterday /  |r Peter Cole and Patricia O'Riley --   |t Perspective on Cole and O'Riley /  |r Peggy R. McConnell --   |g Ch. 5.  |t An Organocentric Curriculum; Problematic: Situational Logic --   |t Logical Foundations for an Organocentric Curriculum: Dewey's Logic and Complexity Sciences /  |r M. Jayne Fleener --   |t Perspective on Fleener /  |r Karen E. Sullivan --   |g Ch. 6.  |t The Long Arm(s) of Globalization; Problematic: Whose "Other" Are We? --   |t The Long Arm(s) of Globalization: Transnational Imaginaries in Curriculum Work /  |r Noel Gough --   |t Perspective on Gough /  |r John Stewart --   |g Ch. 7.  |t A Re-Conceptualized Curriculum; Problematic: Body Language --   |t On the Need for a Re-Conceptualized Theory of Experience /  |r Kathleen Kesson and Donald Oliver --   |t Perspective on Kesson and Oliver /  |r Janis Pardue Hill --   |g Ch. 8.  |t Commercializing Schools; Problematic: Schools "R" Us --   |t The Commercial Transformation of America's Schools /  |r Alex Molnar --   |t Perspective on Molnar /  |r Patricia Thomson --   |g Ch. 9.  |t A Curriculum Journey; Problematic: A Traveler's Tale --   |t Curriculum: A Journey Through Complexity, Community, Conversation, Culmination /  |r Mary Elizabeth Mullino Moore --   |t Perspective on Moore /  |r Carol Williams --   |g Ch. 10.  |t Wholly Vision-ing; Problematic: Curriculum by Blake-light --   |t Holy Vision, Wholly Vision-ing: Curriculum and the Legacy of the Chariot /  |r Molly Quinn --   |t Perspective on Quinn /  |r Deborah J. Davis --   |g Ch. 11.  |t Past, Present and Yet-to-Come; Problematic: Curriculum Dynamics --   |t Haunting Curriculum: Visions of Curriculum Past, Curriculum Present and a Vision of What is Yet-to-Come /  |r John St. Julien --   |t Perspective on St. Julien /  |r Kristin Kight --   |g Ch. 12.  |t Speaking of Ghosts... Problematic: Decentering the Eye/I --   |t Speaking of Ghosts... /  |r Donna Trueit --   |t Perspective on Trueit /  |r Brian Casemore and Nichole Guillory --   |g Ch. 13.  |t The Call from the Stranger; Problematic: Posthuman Spirituality --   |t The Call from the Stranger: Dwayne Huebner's Vision of Curriculum as a Spiritual Journey /  |r Hongyu Wang --   |t Perspective on Wang /  |r Donna Porche-Frilot. 
590 |a December02edu 
650 0 |a Curriculum planning  |x Philosophy. 
650 0 |a Postmodernism and education. 
700 1 |a Doll, William E. 
700 1 |a Gough, Noel,  |d 1944- 
830 0 |a Counterpoints (New York, N.Y.) ;  |v v. 151. 
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