Vol 14, No 1 (2016)

Canadian Curriculum Studies: A Métissage of Polyphonic Textualities

This collection of articles embodies the spirit and ideas present/ed at the 7th Biennial Provoking Curriculum Studies Conference held at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver in February 2015. Acknowledging that curriculum studies are always plural and polyphonic, we invited educators to provoke curriculum studies by attending to the multiple denotations of provoke. Following the conference, we sought proposals that ask bold and urgent questions about the complexity, culture, and character of curriculum studies.

Table of Contents

Editorial / Éditorial

Erika Hasebe-Ludt, Carl Leggo
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1-5

Provoking Curriculum as Relational Ecologies

Darlene E St Georges
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6-7
Jodi Marie Latremouille, Antonella Bell, Zahra Kasamali, Mandy Krahn, Lesley Tait, Dwayne Donald
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8-22
Jennifer S. Thom
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23-32
Nane Jordan, Pamela Richardson, R. Michael Fisher, Barbara Bickel, Susan Walsh
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33-54
Cynthia Marlene Morawski, Geneviève Cloutier
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55-74

Provoking Curriculum as Pedagogical Imaginaries

Darlene E St Georges
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75-76
Katherine Joyce Janzen, Joanna Szabo, Sonya L. Jakubec
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77-91
Adrian McKerracher, Anita Sinner, Erika Hasebe-Ludt, Carl Leggo, Shauna Rak, Claire Ahn, Jana Boschee
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92-107
Ernesto Peña, Kedrick James
108-127
Julie Vaudrin-Charette, Colin Beard
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128-144

Provoking Curriculum as Inspirited Topographies

Darlene E St Georges
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145-146
Pohanna Pyne Feinberg
147-165
Cristyne Hébert
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166-181
Latika Raisinghani
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182-198
Alexandra Fidyk
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199-210

Book Reviews / Recensions

Darlene E St Georges
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211
Adam Vincent
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212-216

Contributors / Contributeurs

Contributors' Biography Notes
 
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217-221