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Re: [xmca] ISCAR (review)

second thoughts. part 4:
yes, and after Lucy Suchman and Elinor Ochs had presented their key speeches, the ISCAR Gold Medal was given to, and she was very surprised, even if many of us thought, who else should have it, to Mariane Hedegaard, who has been member and president and an ISCAR activists in many many years.

I attach a few pictures.

after that, and before the mentioned symposium with Rey, Kozulin, Moll and Portes, I attended to Symposium 107, where Pedro Portes was the discussant, and Fernando talked, this day, for the first of two times about Subjectivity and Sense. Followed by Mariane Hedegaard, about the relation between children's social situation of development and activity. For me, who knows Marianes important work for many years, it seems that participation and to be able "to catch" the perspective of the child is very important. - She said: Learning is appropriation of competencies and motives that dominates the different activity settings. (again, it would be helpful to have the written manuscript here, as is the case with the next one, too).

Mariane was followed by Luria and Spinoza knower Wolfgang Jansen, about den psychological apparatus, here thought connected to Spinoza, and did he say Freud. Not so far from todays thoughts about Vivencia, I think?! - but I have to read his paper, and perhaps more ...


Den 26-09-2011 17:33, Haydi Zulfei skrev:
Bravo ! Mike ! I also wanted to know if our good colleagues ever thought of letting the non-attending guys know about what they gave and received !



From: mike cole<lchcmike@gmail.com>
To: "eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity"<xmca@weber.ucsd.edu>
Sent: Friday, 23 September 2011, 20:15:10
Subject: Re: [xmca] ISCAR (review)

Thanks Volker--

Fernando expressed an interest in having his paper in the Portes et al

volume discussed at XMCA and I have a copy somewhere. I will post when


Its odd you mention the AR-CHAT issue of MCA, Volker. I was hoping there

would be more discussion of the papers since we had access to all of them.

Are you proposing that we post some more from that symposium or that get

Bella to send us her talk??


On Fri, Sep 23, 2011 at 6:16 AM, Volker Bunzendahl<volker@volker.dk>  wrote:

second thoughts, part 3
symposium nr. 103: Testing the limits of CHAT in diverse contexts and
global realities.
It was - for me - the highlight of the conference, where the topic,
subjectivity changed my way of being me, in the moment.
The room was filled up, people were sitting on the floor, - and Pedro
Portes, Alex Kozulin,  Luis C. Moll and - the most impressive of them all, -
Fernando Gonzales Rey changed our view of looking at CHAT, at Vygotskys
different working periods (moments) - and at the same time made theory
practical, in questions about immigration and non-dominant communities,
about how there is no subjectivity without objectivity, that is our
subjectivity is constructed by social participation in cultures.
I will not, here, start a more detailed review of this symposium. Instead I
will show you a picture of the event, and I will point to the book, which
expands what this symposium was about.
The book is named: P.P. Portes&  S. Salas (ed.)(2011): /Vygotsky in the
21st century society - advances in cultural historical theory and praxis
with non-dominant communities/, Peter Lang, New York
This might be an answer to Mike,
Were there any discussions of the theory/practice relationship that seemed
to you helpful?
But I think MCA, nr. 2, about action reseach and CHAT maybe influenced me,
. while I listened to Bella Kotiks speech.
50 employees.

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