Nikolai Veresov continues his series of lectures on cultural-historical theory and the genetic research methodology.
This lecture is devoted to the history of Vygotsky’s cultural-historical psychological theory and its contemporary applications. The main emphasis is given to the history of the reception of cultural-historical theory in the Western academic community. The undiscovered potential of cultural historical theory and possible ways of its exploring is discussed during the second part of the lecture.
This seminar is hosted by the Child & Community Development Faculty Research Group and the Dialectical Logic Reading Group, Faculty of Education, Monash University, Peninsula campus.