Tuesday, April 11 at 9am Pacific Daylight Savings Time
The 7th Session in the Seminar on Imagination & Creativity in Vygotsky’s Work. Contact Francine Smolucha at email@example.com for the ZOOM link.
A discussion of Vygotsky’s paper as it relates to “Imagination & Creativity in Childhood” and his other writings; also how adolescence has changed as a cultural phenomenon over the past 100 years.
Vygotsky, L. S. (1931). “Imagination and creativity of the adolescent,” translated by Van der Veer & Valsinar (1994).
Vygotsky, L. S. (1931). “Imagination and Creativity in the Adolescent,” translated by F. Smolucha (1991). Soviet Psychology 29(1), 73-88.
McKie, R. (2012). “Onset of puberty in girls has fallen by five years since 1920. No one is sure what is causing the change.” The Guardian (October 20).
Thomas, L. (2020). “Age of puberty in girls the world over becoming lower.” News: Medical Life Sciences (February 11).
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