Decanonizing the Field
Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti holds a Canada Research Chair in Race, Inequalities and Global Change at the Department of Educational Studies, University of British Columbia. Her research focuses on the historical and sys- temic patterns of reproduction of inequalities through educational processes and how these limit or enable possibilities for collective existence and global change. Tero Autio (Ph.D., University of Tampere, Finland) has served as professor of curriculum theory in the University of Tampere and is currently at Tallinn University, Estonia. His research interests cover curriculum theory and his- tory in the Americas, Europe, and China, theories of politics, Eastern and Western theories of subjectivity, and (trans)national education policies and their effects on teachers’ work. He has done research on curriculum in North and South America, Europe, and China. Bernadette Baker is Professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruc- tion, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA and Professor of Education Research at Queensland University of Technology, Australia. Her research areas include philosophy, history, comparative cosmology and sociology as they intersect with curriculum studies and transnational and postfoundationalist 724 curriculum: decanonizing the field approaches. She has published widely in educational philosophy, curriculum studies, history of education, disability studies, and cultural studies journals. Anthony L. Brown is Associate Professor of curriculum and instruction at the University of Texas at Austin. His work focuses on the formation of race in school curriculum and educational discourse—specifically concerning the experiences of African Americans. His work has been published in Teachers College Record, Harvard Educational...
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