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Transnational Curriculum Inquiry

An online journal published by the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (IAACS), Transnational Curriculum Inquiry represents a forum for scholarly dialogue about curriculum research from national, regional, and transnational perspectives. The journal supports the development of a global yet nonuniform field of curriculum studies. Oriented for an international readership, the first issue of the journal was released in 2004. Since that time, one to three issues have been released each year. A peer-reviewed journal that seeks to encourage transnational conversations in curriculum inquiry, Transnational Curriculum Inquiry continues to be guided by Neil Gough of La Trobe University, the founding editor. Other editors include Catherine Camden Pratt, Lyn Carter, Melanie Ruchel, and Julie White.

In the inaugural issue of Transnational Curriculum Inquiry, Gough described ...

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