In this issue, we publish some articles with the ideas that were presented and discussed at the Curriculum-Society Colloquium: voices, tensions and perspectives, held in October 2016, at National Autonomous University of Mexico. These papers try to be a contribution to the internationalization of curricular studies in Latin America and the rest of the world. This issue is also in memory of William E. Doll, JR. As he wrote: "The linear, sequential, easily, quantifiable ordering system dominating education today - one focusing on clear beginnings and definite endings - could give way to a more complex, pluralistic, unpredictable system or network" (William E. Doll, JR. , in A post-modern perspective on curriculum, 1993). We try to honour his intention. Rest in peace, Bill Doll.