AERA Tuesday April 13 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

From: Bill Barowy (
Date: Fri Mar 05 2004 - 17:29:49 PST

If anyone is interested in the AERA course (below) and has not come forward,
or has registered but not yet sent in a brief project description, please do
send one or an inquiry to Judy and I. There's still some room. Here's info:

AERA Professional Development and Training Professional Development Course:
Relevance of Cultural Historical Activity Theory to Diverse Projects of
Education Research (Mini-Course - Registration Required)

     is scheduled on Tuesday, 4/13/2004 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
     in Westin - Plaza B, Second Level


This mini-course, which follows up on one offered last year, will introduce
principles of Cultural Historical Activity Theory as they pertain to the work
of eleven instructors who engage in sociocultural analysis in diverse ways
and settings. It will elucidate the relations between CHAT and other
approaches to sociocultural analysis. It will allow graduate students to
interact with experts in the field and establish a network of continuing
support for their studies. It will also allow a smaller number of graduate
students, selected on a competitive basis, to interact intensively over their
own data and questions with instructors and peers whose work is compatible.


 Geoffrey Bowker (University of California at San Diego)
 Michael Cole (University of California at San Diego)
 Yrjo Engestrom (University of California at San Diego)
 Manuel Espinoza (University of California at San Diego)
 Kris Gutierrez (University of California at San Diego)
 Vera John Steiner (University of New Mexico)
 Elina Lampert Shepel (Columbia University)
 Jay Lemke (University of Michigan)
 Ana Marjanovic-Shane (City of Philadelphia)
 Eugene L Matusov (University of Delaware)
 Stanton Wortham (University of Pennsylvania)
 Gordon Wells (University of California at Santa Cruz)
Judith V. Diamondstone (Clark University) <>
William M. Barowy (Lesley University) <>

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