Category Archives: JCT Annual Conference

Announcing JCT’s New Editing Team, 2025-2030

After an extensive search process chaired by Isabel Nunez with search team members Denise Baszile and Brian Casemore, we are naming our new editing team and Bergamo conference hosts: Rouhollah Aghasaleh and Tristan Gleason from California State Polytechnic University in Humboldt. Their term begins January 1, 2025, and runs through December 30, 2030.  Longtime members of the Curriculum Studies community, Rouhollah and Tristan have a great support team and have secured funding to support the journal and conference for their six-year term. Please join us in congratulating and supporting them on these next steps in their endeavors.

2024 Call for Proposals

We are pleased to invite proposals for the 44th edition of the Journal of Curriculum Theorizing‘s annual Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice.

Our theme this year is “Peace Education and Curriculum.”. Please click this Link for detailed information on the 2024 call for papers.

For this conference, we essentially ask you to consider :

How do scholar practitioners in the curriculum studies field understand, know, want, create, mistake, and cultivate peace in education, curriculum, pedagogy, politics, religion, economy, health, sexuality, etc. from many perspectives, or not? 

In addition to work addressing the conference theme, we invite a wide range of submissions that revolve around, but are not limited to, the following categories:

  • Cultural Studies and Curriculum
  • International/Transnational Curriculum Discourses
  • Engaging Texts
  • Higher Education and Curriculum Theorizing
  • Curriculum Studies and Philosophical Perspectives
  • Curriculum Theory, Classroom Practice, and Disciplinary Perspectives

Here is a link to the conference proposal submission portal. The portal will be open through August 12, 2024.

2024 Call for Proposals

We are pleased to invite proposals for the 2024 edition of the JCT ’s annual Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice.

Our theme this year is “Peace Education and Curriculum.” Please click this Link for complete details on this year’s call.

For this conference, we ask you to consider: How do scholar practitioners in the curriculum studies field understand, know, want, create, mistake, and cultivate peace in education, curriculum, pedagogy, politics, religion, economy, health, sexuality, etc. from many perspectives, or not? 

In addition to work addressing the conference theme, the organizers invite a wide range of submissions that revolve around, but are not limited to, the following categories:

  • Cultural Studies and Curriculum
  • International/Transnational Curriculum Discourses
  • Engaging Texts
  • Higher Education and Curriculum Theorizing
  • Curriculum Studies and Philosophical Perspectives
  • Curriculum Theory, Classroom Practice, and Disciplinary Perspectives

Here is a link to the conference proposal submission portal. The portal will be open through August 12, 2024.