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[Xmca-l] Re: The LCHC Polyphonic Autobiography
This polyphonic autobiography and the two term taken in conjunction (polyphonic) (autobiography) speaks o the convergence (and divergence) of voices.
In the spirit of this conjunction may I suggest including link to joseph Glicks essay (Relations Between the Individual and the Socio-Cultural: the ZPD and the ZPWE and the Philosophy of Second -Hand Knowledge).
The back and forth relationship seems to embody this spirit with a history back to the 1960’s.
I hear (and listen) to our polyphonic nature
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From: Luisa Aires
Sent: July 22, 2017 5:23 AM
To: eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity
Cc: Laurel Friedman
Subject: [Xmca-l] Re: The LCHC Polyphonic Autobiography
Thank you so much!
I see Culture as Action.
2017-07-22 12:11 GMT+01:00 Alfredo Jornet Gil <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> What a beautiful project, Mike and everyone else involved at LCHC! And
> what an important document for anyone interested in how CHAT came to the
> West. Thanks so much, Alfredo.
> From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> on behalf of mike cole <email@example.com>
> Sent: 22 July 2017 03:10
> To: eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity
> Cc: Laurel Friedman
> Subject: [Xmca-l] The LCHC Polyphonic Autobiography
> July 20, 2017
> Dear XMCA-o-philes,
> I am writing to inform you about the *LCHC Polyphonic Autobiography, *a
> project begun by LCHC members following the Lab's receipt of the Sylvia
> Scriner award at AERA several years ago. The site is not perfect. It was
> created collaboratively over the years through email exchanges and face to
> face discussions as life allowed. We are still in the process of getting
> the Forum associated with the document working in a reliable fashion, and
> other user friendly measure. We are still hunting down those whose life
> paths we have not had the time/resoures to track down yet. I really is
> But as the death of Joe Glick has reminded me, Time waits for no one. John
> Gay, who was there at the beginning of this story is still with us but
> heading toward 90. So the time has come.
> That Joe joined us in our odd venture provided me with an education in
> developmental psychology and a life long companion in seeking to understand
> more deeply, the role of culture in human development.
> So here, belatedly, is an account of the 50 year history of LCHC up to the
> time of my retirement. Its future is to be found Section 6 of the web page
> which can be found at the following address: lchcautobio.ucsd.edu
> Suggestions of ways to improve this document are warmly welcomed (so long
> as they are accompanied by the volunteer labor to implement them!).When the
> Forum is up and running, your comments and contributions to the discussion
> are most welcome.
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