Introduction 1. Curriculum in Today's World Lyn Yates, University of Melbourne, Australia and Madeleine Grumet, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, US Section I: Curriculum and National/Global Identities 2. Dressing the National Imaginary Georgina Tsolidis, University of Ballarat, Australia 3. Nationalism, Anti-Americanism, Canadian Identity William F. Pinar, The University of British Columbia, Canada 4. Curriculum Polices in Brazil Elizabeth Macedo, State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 5. Conceptualizing Curriculum Knowledge Berit Karseth and Kirsten Sivesind, Institute for Educational Research, University of Oslo, Norway Section II: Curriculum, the Economy and Work 6. Values Education amid Globalization and Change Jason Tan, National Institute of Education, Singapore 7. Preparing Students for the New World of Work Ann-Marie Bathmaker, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK 8. The Curriculum of Basic Education in Mainland China Miantao Sun and Jiang Yu, Shenyang Normal University, China Section III: Curriculum and Knowledge 9. Curriculum Policies for a Knowledge Society Michael Young, University of London, UK 10. Knowledge, Knowers and Knowing Ursula Hoadley, University of Cape Town, South Africa 11. Making Nothing Happen: Affective Life under Audit Peter Taubman, Brooklyn College, US Section IV: Curriculum Responses to Politics and Vulnerabilities 12. Images of the 'Other' in School Textbooks and Islamic Reading Material in Pakistan Tariq Rahman, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan 13. In the Search of Identity: Competing Models in Russia's Civic Education Anatoli Rapoport, Purdue University, US 14. Configuration of Knowledge, Identity, and Politics through the Current History Curriculum in Israel Eyal Nevah, Tel Aviv University, Israel 15. The Challenges of Writing 'First Draft History' Jeremy Stoddard, College of William & Mary, US, Diana Hess, University of Wisconsin - Madison, US and Catherine Mason Hammer, College of William & Mary, US Afterword 16. The World in Today's Curriculum Madeleine Grumet, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, US and Lyn Yates, University of Melbourne, Australia
Lyn Yates is Foundation Professor of Curriculum and also Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research) at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Madeleine Grumet is Professor of Education and Communication Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA.