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Re: [xmca] Anything new on creativity that you want cited in a new publication
I am on a fact checking mission.
Did Vygotsky ever actually say that poetry was an expression of one of
highest "levels" of consciousness?
Thank-you in advance for any light you can shed on this.
On Fri, Oct 15, 2010 at 1:35 PM, larry smolucha <email@example.com>wrote:
> Message from Francine Smolucha:
> Greetings to all!
> The first XMCA e-mail I sent out to you in June was never posted on XMCA.
> So, I will make one more outreach before my new publication deadline.
> My husband Larry and I introduced "Vygotsky's Theory of Creativity" in the
> with my original translations of Vygotsky's works from Russian.
> We have been asked to write a chapter reviewing the research literature for
> a book
> to be published in 2011. We will also be previewing new work in press and
> in progress.
> The chapter is nearly done; we discuss the Vygotsky and Creativity book,
> Marilyn Fleer's new book,
> Egan Kiernan's new book, Elena Kravtsova's research (citing Russian texts),
> Gunilla Lindqvist's work,
> and much more. [I will also be reviewing the Vygotsky and Creativity book
> for a journal.]
> We also set forth a research agenda based on our own thorough exegesis of
> Vygotsky's texts and our
> own research.
> Recently, I spoke with Robert Lake and I will be citing his up-coming book
> that discusses Vygotsky,
> creativity, and metaphor.
> If you have a publication scheduled for a 2011 release, and want it to be
> mentioned send me
> some e-mail information and a bibliographic entry. You do not need to send
> the actual text
> in progress.
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*Robert Lake Ed.D.
Social Foundations of Education
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Georgia Southern University
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Statesboro, GA 30460
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