Curriculum vitae (often abbreviated CV) is a common Latin locution present in a high number of languages, including English.
In English, as in other languages, how to pluralize these foreign locutions is a common problem. In some cases, the naturalized (i.e. English) plural is Ok, in others it is not. But most of the time, following the plural in the original language is a good alternative.
A google search for the plural of CV seems to suggest there are two alternatives (curricula vitae and curricula vitarum), although Wikipedia says there is debate on which of them is more correct than the other.
So the question is: What is the plural in Latin for Curriculum Vitae?