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Chang, Benjamin – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
This article engages various works of Allan Luke that innovatively use his personal and family narratives within his intersectional, interdisciplinary, and transnational engagements of education and social science research. The article looks at some of the contributions that Luke's work makes to the literature, particularly within the context of…
Descriptors: Interdisciplinary Approach, Foreign Countries, Personal Narratives, Social Science Research
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Vasquez, Vivian Maria – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
One of the key tenets of critical literacy that I operate from is that it works to disrupt normalized social practices. In keeping with this tenet, I have crafted this paper in such a way that it somewhat disrupts the normalized format of academic writing by creating an audit trail comprised of artifacts that represent significant moments in my…
Descriptors: Critical Literacy, Academic Language, Writing (Composition), Teacher Researchers
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Comber, Barbara – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
Lately I have been thinking and writing about the idea of a teacher's oeuvre -- the notion that over time teachers create a significant body or work that might be compared to that of an artist or composer. I have argued that too often the contributions that teachers make remain invisible, under-valued and unknown in the field of education. This is…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Teacher Researchers, Educational Policy, Educational Practices
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Pandya, Jessica Zacher – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
In this essay, I discuss Allan Luke's influence on my own critical digital literacy research, beginning with the influence of his monograph "The Social Construction of Literacy in the Primary School" (1994/2018b) and continuing to the present day. I address some of his most admirable qualities: his way of talking about theory and…
Descriptors: Critical Literacy, Educational Theories, Theory Practice Relationship, National Curriculum
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Janks, Hilary – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
This article pays tribute to Allan Luke's work as a pedagogical gift. His ability to bring sociological theories of power, identity and the body to bear on conceptualizing critical literacy is a gift. His research with indigenous populations, and his writing on inclusive curriculum, genres of power and double consciousness resonate in South Africa…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Critical Literacy, Educational Theories, Higher Education
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Koh, Aaron – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
This article is a response to Allan Luke's [(2018). "Critical literacy, schooling, and social justice: The selected works of Allan Luke". New York, NY: Routledge] provocation to "join an international, intercultural and peer-conversation" about the imaginings and possibilities of "an education for critical literacies"…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Critical Literacy, Teaching Methods, Reflection
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Snaza, Nathan – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
At stake in contemporary US racial tensions is a struggle over the meaning of being "human." By drawing on black feminist theories of being human as verb, and minority discourse critiques of humanism, the paper links "racialization" to apparatuses of humanization that emerge in early modernity including slavery, colonization,…
Descriptors: Feminism, Criticism, Minority Groups, Humanism
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Truman, Sarah E. – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
This paper considers how literacy and education more broadly reflect and reproduce world views and communicative practices rooted in the western epistemological conceptualization of what Sylvia Wynter calls "Man". I frictionally think-with Wynter's hybridity of bios and logos (mythoi), and more-than-human theories in relation to an…
Descriptors: English Instruction, Secondary School Students, Literacy, World Views
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Baszile, Denise Taliaferro – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
Within our current order of knowledge, propagated by the Humanities and Social Sciences, the mattering of Black lives is all but inconceivable. The only possibility for challenging this inconceivability, asserts Sylvia Wynter, is to rewrite our current order of knowledge such that it refuses the overrepresentation of European man and opens to…
Descriptors: Academic Language, African Americans, African American History, Blacks
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Kromidas, Maria – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
Sylvia Wynter's wide-ranging intellectual contributions contain a poetics of being and becoming human that serve to counter the hegemony of developmental psychology and its articulation of the child in teacher education. In this article, I use Wynter's insights to unsettle the universality of this child figure to reveal the child of Man, a…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Child Development, Preservice Teachers, Whites
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Knight, Hunter – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
In this essay, I analyse Egerton Ryerson's proposed curriculum for the first state-led mass public educational system in Ontario. Egerton Ryerson, Chief Superintendent of Schools in Upper Canada during the wide-scale proliferation of state schooling across Turtle Island, produced proposals for "universal" common schools, as well as…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Foundations of Education, Public Schools, Educational History
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Rose, Ebony – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
In her scholarship of the past five decades, Sylvia Wynter has woven a critique of education in Caribbean, European, African, and American societies. In addition, her work demonstrates how education globally structures a particular cultural, historical, and onto-epistemic anti-Black/anti-Indigenous worldview. In Wynter's most neglected piece of…
Descriptors: Humanism, Racial Bias, Foreign Policy, Western Civilization
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Limes-Taylor Henderson, Kelly – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
In this article, I argue that the Black experience in the United States settler colony is one primarily based in a systematic erasure of indigeneity from the enslaved African. Understanding the Black condition as a manifestation of White America's historical response to indigeneity, I consider the marginalized perspectives of Black decolonization…
Descriptors: African Americans, United States History, Slavery, Foreign Policy
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Vickery, Amanda E.; Salinas, Cinthia S. – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
This qualitative case study investigates how two preservice elementary teachers crafted narratives of Black women in the Civil Rights Movement using an intersectional lens. Using Black feminism and Black critical patriotism as theoretical frameworks, the authors examine the process in which preservice teachers attempted to construct historical…
Descriptors: Civil Rights, African Americans, Females, Feminism
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Eppley, Karen – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
Close reading has been a key shift in classroom instruction under the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The CCSS positions evidence extraction as the purpose for reading in school and is clear that close reading is the means by which this should occur. Using alternate readings of the picture book, "Letting Swift River Go", I'll argue…
Descriptors: Critical Reading, Common Core State Standards, Picture Books, Reading Instruction
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