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Engendering Curriculum History

reviewed by Seungho Moon - April 06, 2012

coverTitle: Engendering Curriculum History
Author(s): Petra Hendry
Publisher: Routledge, New York
ISBN: 0415885671, Pages: 272, Year: 2011
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: April 06, 2012
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16748, Date Accessed: 8/15/2020 1:18:31 PM

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  • Seungho Moon
    Oklahoma State University
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    SEUNGHO MOON is an assistant professor in curriculum studies at Oklahoma State University. He has been involved in assisting small learning communities (SLCs) via the Institute for Student Achievement (ISA) project at the National Center for Restructuring Education, Schools, and Teaching (NCREST), Teachers College, Columbia University. His recent publications include “The Note of Discord: Examining Educational Perspectives Between Teachers and Korean Parents” (Teaching and Teacher Education), “Re-visioning Into Thirdspace: Autobiographies on Losing Home-and-Homeland (Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy), and “Rethinking Culturally Responsive Teaching for New (Im)possibilities of Multicultural Curriculum Studies and Policy” (Multicultural Education Review). His book review on The Assault on Public Education: Confronting the Politics of Corporate School Reform, edited by William Watkins (2011), has been published in Teachers College Record. His current research encompasses the engagement of poststructuralist theories on curriculum studies and school reform, diversity and equity, aesthetic education, and narrative research.
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