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    Reconsidering the Technologies of Intellectual Inquiry

    For some time now I have been intrigued by the fact that very few people have used Bourdieu’s reflections on curriculum in their own research. Although Bourdieu’s work is now almost mainstream – I dare say (!) – in educational research, his

  • Editor’s Choice: Researching Curriculum Policy in Australia

    Top of the class this week: Jessica Gerrard & Lesley Farrell (2013). ‘Peopling’ curriculum policy production: researching educational governance through institutional ethnography and Bourdieuian field analysis. Journal of Education Policy, 28:1, 1-20. This recent paper is well worth a read for anyone