A Living Curriculum of Place(s)


  • Mark T. Kissling


This is an article for JCT Special Issue –Narrative of Curriculum in
the South: Lives In-Between Contested Race, Gender, Class, and Power

Author Biography

Mark T. Kissling

Mark T. Kissling lives with his family in central Pennsylvania. He is Assistant Professor of Education in Pennsylvania State University’s Childhood and Early Adolescent Education, Social Studies Education, and Language, Culture & Society programs. He teaches, researches, and writes about the intersections of curriculum, lived experience, place, community participation, and sustainability, which, integrated, he calls “ecological citizenship.” More of his “living curriculum of place(s)” is shared in his article.