Volume 1- Concepts and Theoretical Frameworks
Chapter 4. Historical Curriculum Concepts, Part 3
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HISTORICAL CURRICULUM CONCEPTS, PART 3
The aim of this chapter is to broaden what counts as curriculum historiography. This chapter moves beyond educational history, which is primarily about the schoolhouse. Here I want to explore biography as history of the Other, autobiography as history of the self. I examine texts that deal with what fiction teaches us about history. I unpack what I call “intellectual retrospectives” of notable books on curriculum. I explore notable books on teaching practices. Finally, I look at historical trauma and examine the concept of “witnessing” and its relevance to curriculum.
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