Curricula as contested and contesting spaces: Geographies of identity, resistance and desire

Paul Prinsloo, Research Gate, Feb 03, 2016
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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This is the text transcript of the presentation from Paul Prinsloo cited here last week. From the text: "Curricula in higher education have therefore become ‘the battle of the maps’ where more and more stakeholders demand a stake in how the maps are drawn and how these maps charter specific futures. As such, these maps not only resemble the visions of identity and desire as imagined by the meta-narratives of/in a particular time, but also offer discursive spaces for alternative identities, desire and resistance."

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