The Live(d) Curriculum: Life Feeling Itself

Jennifer S. Thom

Abstract


The article focuses on the ideas and meanings that emerge for the author as she experiences the death of her father. Here, through a series of vignettes which expose curricula as live(d) by herself, her father, and others, the author explores multiple conceptions of the live(d) curriculum. As a result, ideas and meanings of (in)visibility, last(ing) rituals, and life feeling itself surface and in significant ways occasion the author’s new awareness and deeper understanding of the live(d) curriculum.

Keywords


(in)visible experience, abstraction, sensation, tensionality, multiplicity, last(ing) rituals, live(d) curriculum, life feeling itself

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