Collection of 13 essays that explore the current state of curriculum research and reform from a postcolonial perspective. Of particular interest is Ralph Mason's essay about mathematics instruction in Nunavut. Glen Aikenhead's paper discusses cross-cultural science teaching for Aboriginal students in Canada. The selection of essays examines current curricula from feminist, postmodern, autobiographical, and phenomenology perspectives. Concepts such as Indigenous knowledges and spirituality, globalization, critical ontology, biolinguistic diversity, and postnationalism are examined.