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Founded in 1979, the Journal of Curriculum Theorizing is a scholarly journal published quarterly by Caddo Gap Press. Articles focus on research, scholarship and other information in the field of curriculum and instruction.
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    December 22, 2006... All the questions I need to ask; the stories I have yet to hear. The heart's two chambers--everything I most desire, everything I most fear. (Keefer 291) What touched the human heart and intellect a thousand years ago, a decade ago, will touch them again. What is current is ancient. There is...Read more

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  • 07/10/12--04:18: Invoking 'Fear' Studies
    December 22, 2006... Introduction: A Little Intimate Intertext 'Intertext' reminds us that between the formal texts of curriculum is another kind of life, the life that mediates, announces, repudiates, or cajoles curriculum formalities. This is the life that lies 'in-between' explicit annunciations...Read more

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    December 22, 2006... Storytelling is an ancient and honorable act. An essential role to play in the community or tribe. --Russell Banks Circus as Prologue All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players: They have their exits and their entrances; And on man in his time plays...Read more

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    December 22, 2006... One cannot build the house of the self to suit or kill the mother. One must detach. --Mary Aswell Doll, Like Letters in Running Water In 1969, a few months before my 15th birthday, I shut the bathroom door and very meticulously cut my wrists with a razor blade. The desire to actually harm...Read more

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    December 22, 2006... David Hare's (2006) Broadway play, The Vertical Hour turns on this: In combat medicine, there's this moment... after a disaster, after a shooting--there's this moment, the vertical hour, when you can actually be of some use. (qtd., David Finkle, 2006) The play is astonishing in...Read more