One foundational document is William Pinar's (1975) article/chapter entitled "The Method of Currere" published in his compilation of essays entitled Autobiography, Politics and Sexuality: Essays in Curriculum Theory, 1972-1992 (New York: Peter Lang). View the chapter here. We recommend that you read this piece before submitting a proposal.
Denise Taliafero Baszile published a chapter on "Critical Race/Feminist Currere" in The Sage Guide to Curriculum in Education by Ming Fa He, Brian D. Schultz, and William H. Schubert (2015). Check out her chapter here.
Tom Poetter wrote about using the currere method with a doctoral class at Miami University in the summer of 2015. Look here at his introduction to the class' book project for the course Was Someone Mean To You Today? The Impact of Standardization, Teachers, Communities, Schools, and Democracy (2015, Cincinnati: Van Griner Publishers). The introduction describes the currere process and how the class used currere in its work together. To order a copy of Was Someone Mean To You Today? click here on Van-Griner Publishing.