The issue looks really interesting. I just checked my university library and the Feb 2006 issue is yet to go online. I'll be looking out for it though.
Thanks for the heads up.
On Wednesday, January 04, 2006, at 06:39AM, Lois Holzman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>I'm happy to share news of an upcoming publication of interest
>The February, 2006 issue (Volume 16, no. 1) of the journal Theory &
>Psychology is devoted to activity theory.
>I began working on this special issue over two years ago.
>It's been a long haul, including a propos of some conversations here about
>language hegemony that I originally had non-native English speaking
>authors from 2-3 countries as contributors, but we couldn't make it
>work for the journal (which is pretty conservative stylistically).
>I do hope some of you will take a look at this issue, which turned out
>pretty good. Even better, begin to write for the journal!
>Here are the contents:
> Editor's Note. Introduction
> LOIS HOLZMAN, pp.
>Vygotsky and Consciousness as Con-Scientia, as Witnessable Knowing Along
> JOHN SHOTTER, pp.
> The 'Social' in Post-Vygotskian Theory
> HARRY DANIELS, pp.
>The Properties of Mediated Action in Three Different Literacy Contexts in
> CAROL MACDONALD, pp.
> Embracing History through Transforming It: Contrasting Piagetian versus
> (Activity) Theories of Learning and Development to Expand Constructivism
> a Dialectical View of History
> EDUARDO VIANNA AND ANNA STETSENKO, pp.
> Activating Postmodernism
> LOIS HOLZMAN, pp.
> Facing Illness and suffering (Robert Kugelmann reviews Arthur W. Frankıs:
>The Renewal of Generosity: Illness, Medicine and How to Live), pp.
> Looking over the Hedgerow (Trudy Dehue reviews Adrian C. Brock,
> Jonathan Louw and Willem van Hoornıs Rediscovering the History of
>Essays inspired by the work of Kurt Danziger), pp.
>You can view the announcement/table of contents at
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