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[Xmca-l] Re: Lois Holzman commented on "On the Complementarity of Cultural Historical Psychology and Contemporary Disability Studies"



Peter (and Mike and Lucia),
This is great! For all the years as an ed prof I would tell my students that Vygotsky was a trailblazer in what has been translated from Russian as “defectology”. This is the article I would have used to prove the point. Now I need to read it.
Peace
Henry

> On Jan 16, 2016, at 7:12 AM, Peter Smagorinsky <smago@uga.edu> wrote:
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> Mike, Lucia Braga, and I have a paper under development that we’ve posted on Academic.edu. If you’re interested in how critical disabilities studies and CHAT (largely through LSV’s work in defectology) might complement one another, you are invited to read and comment. p
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> I was thrilled to see this and found the Vygotsky part very clear and the examples very illustrative of the theory being described. I was disappointed after that, wanting much more substance to C/DS rather than most of the discussion focused on its Frankfurt School...
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