Vol 6, No 2 (2008)

Table of Contents

Editorial / Éditorial

Locating Canadian Curriculum Studies in Global Traditions
Karen A. Krasny, Chloe Brushwood Rose
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Articles

Taking Indigenous Thought Seriously: A Rant on Globalization with Some Cautionary Notes
Celia Haig-Brown
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A Site of Struggle, A Site of Conflicting Pedagogical Proposals: The Debates Over Suitable Commemorative Form and Content for ESMA
Mario Di Paolantonio
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Provoking and Being Provoked by Embodied Qualities of Learning: Listening, Speaking, Seeing, and Feeling (Through) Inquiry in Teacher Education
Hans Smits, Jo Towers, E. Lisa Panayotidis, Darren E. Lund
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Border within Borders: The Ontario Curriculum's Canadian and World Studies
Danica Taylor
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Is a Canadian Curriculum Studies Possible? (What Are the Conditions of Possibility?): Some Preliminary Notes for Further Inquiry
Hans Smits
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Where Are We? Finding Common Ground in a Curriculum of Place
Cynthia Chambers
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Introduction to A Common Countenance
William Pinar
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