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[Xmca-l] Re: Sociocritical theory a la Kris G

Dear Mike and ALL

Thank you for sharing Kris´ thoughts about culture, education, literacy,
This text evokes me the foundations of xmca - to deconstruct the origins of
the historical-cultural theory and expand it with scientific, social,
cultural, historical contemporary thoughts and movements.

Kris shares with us a huge and rich lecture, a pedagogical framework that
could mediate very rich xmca discussions. Let me mention some powerful
constructs that we could discuss:
- Third space
- Nondominant communities
- Zo –ped (a “wonderful” construct)
- Literacy - sociocritical literacy
- Grounding theoretical concepts
- Sincretic testimonios
- Reframing learning, teaching, education, development

What do you think?

All the best,

2014-12-10 18:38 GMT+00:00 mike cole <mcole@ucsd.edu>:

> I would like to pick up on Dana's call for continued discussion of politics
> and power in relation to theorizing the role of culture in human
> development.
> To this end, Kris says its ok to publish her Scribner lecture on this topic
> (and warnst that she has a new and better version of her thinking waiting
> in the wings).
> So, attached is Kris's paper as a common grounding for a discussion. If
> you-all would stick to the subject line, or when you feel the urge,
> create a new, related, subject line, if you would so label it, such measure
> might stabilize an always heterochronous discussion.
> If others have alternative suggestions, speak up!
> mike
> --
> It is the dilemma of psychology to deal with a natural science with an
> object that creates history. Ernst Boesch.

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