"Curriculum: A River Runs Through It is a collection of William M.
Reynolds' essays from 1982-2002. These essays explore curriculum
theory from hermeneutics and phenomenology to poststructuralism.
There is a pervasive thematic force that flows through the author's
work: a persistent voice desiring change in the ways we school our
children and conceptualize curriculum. It is a voice that questions
what is taken for granted and does so in a manner rich with
possibilities for those facing the lived experience of schools
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