The Complex Journey of William Doll, Teacher Educator
1. The Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice, an important conference in the U.S. field of curriculum studies, is associated with the Reconceptualization movement initiated in the late 1970s (Pinar, 2000). Started as the site of engaging alternative intellectual conversations that were excluded by the mainstream curriculum discourses, the Bergamo conference, sponsored by the Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, has creatively shaped the landscape of curriculum studies as we know it today. For details about the history of the Bergamo conference, see Janet Miller’s (2005) and William Pinar’s (1999, 2008) recountings.←152 | 153→
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