General Knowledge and Arts Education: An Interpretation of E.D. Hirsch's Cultural Literacy
This volume explores the antecedents of E.D. Hirsch's concerns and discusses his ideas and their significance for an arts education curriculum.
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two Hirsch on Cultural Literacy
three The Reception of Cultural Literacy
four The Arts and Contextual Knowledge
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