Reynolds published in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education
William Reynolds, Ed.D.
William Reynolds, Ed.D., associate professor in the Department of Curriculum, Foundations, and Reading, published an article in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education titled Curriculum and Place (October 2017).
Reynolds’ article is based on the concept that “place matters” and plays a significant role in understanding curriculum. As the discourses have developed, an increasing amount of scholarship has emerged that centers on place and its significance autobiographically, psychoanalytically, culturally, racially, and politically, not only in the field of curriculum but in education and society in general. This article focuses on an historical and thematic analysis of the study of place in the field of curriculum and education.
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