JCS 35 (4), July-August 2003
What has been the effect of ‘reconceptualization’ on contemporary curriculum studies? Has it led to a ‘renaissance’? Or aggravated a field already labelled ‘moribund’? Several scholars vigorously debate these questions and suggest directions that curriculum studies should take in the future.
William G. Wraga and Peter S. Hlebowitsh, Toward a renaissance in curriculum theory and development in the USA
Wayne J. Urban, What makes a renaissance?
William M. Reynolds, Debate, nostalgia, and ressentiment
William G. Wraga and Peter S. Hlebowitsh, Conversation, collaboration, and community in the US curriculum field