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[Xmca-l] Re: The Negative Phase of the Transitional Age

PS-- David -  Fascinating to see a picture of Bluma Volfovna! I knew her as
an elderly lady, about the age that I am now I suppose. Thin, and somewhat
bent over. But always present for important lectures at the old Institute
of Psychology.

How do you know she was just learning to dance? In the woods!

On Thu, May 25, 2017 at 4:47 PM, mike cole <mcole@ucsd.edu> wrote:

> Many thanks for sending this text, David.
> Scanning the list of lecture topics from the Russian language link to
> lectures on pedology you sent earlier it is clear how many of articles of
> recent concern/discussion in the past couple of years coincided closely in
> time. Its so difficult to keep any systematic track of the timing of the
> different threads of the corpus of essays.
> For discussion once we have paused to read Yasuko's article about Ueno's
> work.
> mike
> On Wed, May 24, 2017 at 11:10 PM, David Kellogg <dkellogg60@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> Mike--this is a rough draft. As Andy says, I need help with reliability:
>> back in Korea I could just use y Russian professor at Hankuk University of
>> Foreign Studies, but here everybody is too busy. So I included all the
>> Russian as well, for anyone on the list who can help me.
>> There is a kind of "executive summary" at the end. I do this mostly for my
>> own comprehension, but we started including it in our books because our
>> readers find it useful as a kind of study guide. And now we are
>> translating
>> the "Pedology of the Adolescent", which is Vygotsky's correspondence
>> course
>> for teachers in remote areas, and the first homework Vygotsky always
>> assigns is...doing an executive summary!
>> Enjoy the pictures! I bet very few people on the list have ever seen a
>> photo of Bluma Zeigarnik learning how to dance with Kurt Lewin.
>> --
>> David Kellogg
>> Macquarie University