Curriculum studies in Mexico : intellectual histories, present circumstances
- 1st ed. - New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.
- Physical description
- xiv, 274 p. ; 22 cm.
- International & development education.
LB1564 .M6 C87 2011
- Unknown LB1564 .M6 C87 2011
- Pinar, William F.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Machine generated contents note:
- William F. Pinar * Curriculum Studies in Mexico: An Overview
- Ashwani Kumar * Footprints and Marks on the Intellectual History of Curriculum Studies in Mexico: Looking toward the Second Decade of the XXI Century
- Alicia de Alba * Curriculum Studies in Mexico: Current Circumstances
- Frida Di; az Barriga Arceo * Curriculum Studies in Mexico: Origins, Evolution and Current Tendencies
- Ángel Di; az-Barriga * Curriculum Studies in Mexico: Key Scholars
- Alfredo Furlan * The Institutionalization of Curriculum Studies in Mexico: Understanding Acculturation, Hybridity, Cosmopolitanism in Ibero-America
- Jose; -Mari; a Garci; a Garduño * Revisiting Curriculum Studies in Mexico
- Raquel Glazman-Nowalski * Curricular Aspects of Professional Training in Mexico at the Beginning of the Twenty-first Century
- Maria Concepción Barrón Tirado * Curriculum Studies in Mexico: The Exchanges, the Concepts, the Practices
- William F. Pinar * Epilogue: The Final Word.
- "Following chapters focused on the intellectual histories and present circumstances of curriculum studies in Mexico is Pinar's summary of exchanges (occurring over a two-year period) between the authors of these essays and members of an International Panel (scholars working in Brazil and China). From these and the essays Pinar identifies the concepts and practices summarizing curriculum studies in Mexico. The Mexican scholars have the "last word." What becomes clear is that the cause of curriculum is in Mexico "a great cause", as it incorporates the socialist traditions and historic aspirations of the nation, now (in 2010) celebrating its 200th anniversary"--Provided by publisher.
- Publication date
- edited by William F. Pinar.
- International and development education