Photo courtesy of Wei Du
Photo courtesy of Wei Du
Special Thanks to Donald Barringer, Danielle Bierzynski, Hannah Dockrill, Cristyne Hebert, Alyssa Niccolini, Jayna McQueen, Nikki Rotas, Zofia Zaliwska, and Mila Zhu for their help in the editing and formatting process.
Cover Art: "Bergamo Tree" by Gabriel Huddleston
Special Issue - Difficult Returns: Curriculum History Disrupted
Cover Art: Cemetery in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana Taken by Annie Winfield
Special Issue - Narrative of Curriculum in the South: Lives In-Between Contested Race, Gender, Class, and Power
Cover Art:"Old Sheldon Church" by: Wendy Chambers
Special Issue – Cultivating the Multicultural Imagination: Lived Experience, Political Struggle, and Curriculum of Hope
Cover Art: "Unwind" by Weihua Zhang
This issue includes the 2012 Distinguished Graduate Student Papers from the Bergamo Conference.
Cover Art: "Wall" by De Lane Bredvik
Cover Art: "Maze" by De Lane Bredvik
Special Issue — Sensual Curriculum
Cover Art by Dena J. Gershon
Cover Art: "Shattered" by De Lane Bredvik
This issue includes the 2010 Distinguished Graduate Student Papers from the Bergamo Conference.
Cover Art: Woman Reading by Magda Lewis
Cover Art: Woman With Hat by Weihua Zhang
Cover Art: Byōdō-in Temple by Lori Stone Sirtosky
This issue includes the 2009 Distinguished Graduate Student Papers from the Bergamo Conference.
Special Issue – 'The Next Moment' in the Field: The Internationalization of Curriculum Studies and Studying Abroad
Cover Art: Copan Ruins, by Eloisa Rodriguez
Cover Art: Chicken House by Linda Burgin Eddington
Cover Art: Raindrops by Weihua Zhang
This issue includes the 2008 Distinguished Graduate Student Papers from the Bergamo Conference.
Our first online issue.
Cover Art: Belltower by Weihua Zhang
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