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[Xmca-l] Collaborative projects BOOK REVIEW candidate



Hi Andy,

First, congratulations for this exceptional achievement! I see a new domain of activity theory emerging -- your project theory approach, or the projectification of the social reality. 

I am interested to review the book for Critical Sociology. Is there a specific person to contact for this? I don't want just to give a "cold call" to the book editor.

Best,

Lubo


-----Original Message-----
From: xmca-l-bounces@mailman.ucsd.edu [mailto:xmca-l-bounces@mailman.ucsd.edu] On Behalf Of Andy Blunden
Sent: Friday, June 27, 2014 9:11 AM
To: eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity
Subject: [Xmca-l] Re: Collaborative projects

Critical Sociology has said they will provide a free copy to someone in the US who can do a review of the book for them.
So here's an opporunity for someone with a critical-sociological bent to get a free copy.
Andy
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*Andy Blunden*
http://home.pacific.net.au/~andy/


Andy Blunden wrote:
> The edited volume on collaborative projects is now in print:
> http://www.brill.com/products/book/collaborative-projects
>
> It's far too expensive for anyone here to buy, until the paperback 
> comes out in a year's time, but if anyone is in a position to get 
> their libraries to buy it, you could get it that way. Or if you can 
> convince some journal to commission you to review it, we can get you a 
> free copy.
>
> Here's the Table of Contents:
> Introduction: 'Collaborative project' - Andy Blunden Part 1: Research 
> Projects
> 1 The projective method as the basis of continuous education - G. G. 
> Kravtsov & E. E. Kravtsova
> 2 The dialectics of collective and individual transformation.- Eduardo 
> Vianna, Naja Hougaard & Anna Stetsenko
> 3 Could Life Be... Producing subjectivity in participation. - Morten 
> Nissen
> 4 Rhythms of collaboration. - Vera John-Steiner
> 5 Seeking to combat educational inequality: The 5th Dimension. - 
> Michael Cole & Virginia Gordon & William Blanton
> 6 Formation of the concept of "Collaborative Learning Space". - Andy 
> Blunden & Michael Arnold
> 7 Mayslake: Starting from scratch. - Helena Worthen
> 8 The collaborative project of public deliberation. - Ron Lubensky
> 9 Vygotskian collaborative project of social transformation. - Anna 
> Stetsenko & Igor M. Arievitch
> 10 Change through collaboration. - Jennifer Power
> 11 The miracle fiber exposed as a deadly threat - Lynn Beaton & Andy 
> Blunden
> 12 Tahrir: A project(ion) of revolutionary change. - Brecht De Smet 
> Part 2: Reflections
> 13 Alterglobalization and the Limits of Prefigurative Politics. - 
> Brecht De Smet
> 14 A reflection on the feminist movement - Lynn Beaton
> 15 The peer activist learning community: A peer perspective. - Mike 
> Rifino, Keiko Matsuura & Francisco Medina
> 16 Reflection on collective and individual transformation. - Ron 
> Lubensky
> 17 Play through the prism of projects. 229 - Natalia Gajdamaschko
> 18 Human flourishing in developmental education schools. - Chiel van 
> der Veen & Lynne Wolbert
> 19 Reflection on complementarity and mutual appropriation. - Vera 
> John-Steiner
> 20 Spirited collaborations. - Greg Thompson
> 21 Emotional commitment - Manfred Holodynski
> 22 Projects, activity systems. - Helena Worthen
> 23 Toward a mesogenetic methodology. - Michael Cole
> 24 Conclusion: Time and activity. - Andy Blunden
>
>