Dear Friends of the Bergamo Conference and JCT,
The Journal of Curriculum Theorizing will host its 43rd annual conference gathering at Bergamo on October 12-14, 2023. We are hosting an in-person meeting and are looking forward to connecting with those who can come and are committed to creating a safe, dynamic, and strong conference experience.
Our theme this year is “Authenticity?.” Here is a link to the conference proposal submission portal. The portal will be open through August 7, 2023.
Please read the call for papers for complete details on our theme for Bergamo 2023, “Authenticity?”
For this conference we ask you to consider:
How do scholar practitioners in the curriculum field understand, know, want, create, mistake, and cultivate “authenticity” in education, 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