Imagining the Past, Constructing the Future

Maria C.D.P. Lyra (Redaktør) ; Brady Wagoner (Redaktør) ; Alicia Barreiro (Redaktør)

This book takes a sociocultural, developmental and dialogical perspective to explore the constructive and interconnected nature of remembering and imagining. Conceived as cognitive-affective processes, both emerge at the border of the person and his or her socio-cultural world. Les mer
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This book takes a sociocultural, developmental and dialogical perspective to explore the constructive and interconnected nature of remembering and imagining. Conceived as cognitive-affective processes, both emerge at the border of the person and his or her socio-cultural world. Memory is approached as a functional adaption to the environment using the resources of the past in preparation for action in the present. Imagination is tightly related to memory in that both aim to escape the confines of the concrete here-and-now situation; however, while memory is primarily oriented to the past, imagination looks to the future. Both are embedded in the exchanges with the social and cultural milieu, and thus theorizing them has relied on key ideas from Lev Vygotsky, Frederic Bartlett and Mikhail Bakhtin.

Thus, this book aims to integrate theories of remembering and imagining, through rich empirical studies







in diverse cultural settings and
concerning the development of self and identity. These two groups of studies compose the subparts that organize the book.

Fakta

Innholdsfortegnelse





Preface







Chapter 1: Introduction - Memory and imagination as meaning-making processes: A hint for a continuous dialogue



Maria C.D.P. Lyra - Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE), Brazil



Brady Wagoner - Aalborg University (AAU), Denmark



Alicia Barreiro - Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences, National Scientific and Technical Research Council and University of Buenos Aires, Argentina











Subpart 1: Imagination and remembering in cultural settings







Chapter 1. 2: The dynamics between remembering and imagining in school transitions: A study on fictional narratives



Graciana Azevedo - Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE), Brazil



Maria Claudia Oliveira - Universidade de Brasilia (UnB), Brazil



Giuseppina Marsico - Salerno University, Italy /Aalborg University (AAU), Denmark







Chapter 1. 3: Imagining and remembering in an educational context: An exploratory study



Karina Moutinho - Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE), Brazil



Taciana Feitosa - Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE), Brazil



Candy E. Marques-Laurendon - Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE), Brazil







Chapter 1. 4.: The microgenetic analysis of remembering and imagining in the process of learning scientific concepts



Joao T. R. Silva - Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE),campus Caruaru, Brazil



Maria C.D.P. Lyra - Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE), Brazil



Brady Wagoner - Aalborg University (AAU), Denmark







Chapter 1. 5.: Remembering and forgetting: A crossroad between personal and collective experience



Alicia Barreiro - Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences, National Scientific and Technical Research Council and University of Buenos Aires, Argentina



Inga Endsleff - Aalborg University (AAU), Denmark







Chapter 1. 5.: Remembering and forgetting: A crossroad between personal and collective experience




Marina A. Pinheiro - Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE), Brazil



Jandson Ferreira da Silva - Instituto Federal do Ceara, Brazil



Luca Tateo - University of Oslo, Norway and Federal University of Bahia, Brazil







Subpart 2: Self-development and Identity Construction







Chapter 2. 7.: Constructing continuity after ruptures:



The role of "anticipatory recognition" in children's self development



Monica Roncancio-Moreno - Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Colombia



Elsa de Mattos - Universidade Catolica do Salvador, Bahia/Brasil







Chapter 2. 8.: Dynamics between past, present and future: the role of constructive imagination in a musician-teacher's life trajectory



Angela Branco - Universidade de Brasilia (UnB), Brazil



Tatiana Valerio - Instituto Federal de Pernambuco, Campus Belo Jardim, Brazil







Chapter 2. 9.: Being in the world; the ACT of making and striking out personal self-constructions



Elisa Krause-Kjaer - associate researcher at Aalborg University Denmark and psychologist at Educational Psychological Services (EPS), Denmark







Chapter 2. 10.: Co-constructing the past and the future in times of uncertainty. Students' positions during the Brazilian teachers' strike in 2012



Gabriel Fortes Cavalcanti de Macedo - Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE), Brazil



Ignacio Bresco de Luna (Aalborg University) - Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Espana

Om forfatteren

Maria C.D.P. Lyra is a Professor of Psychology at the Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil. She is interested in the process of human cultural development, the dynamic features through which human beings faces change and stability throughout their lives. She received her M. A. at Cornell University, U.S.A. and her Ph.D. at Sao Paulo University, Brazil. She coordinates a research laboratory - LabCCom - dedicated to the study of the process of emergence and development of the subject (self) in and through communication, concentrating on its microgenetic transformations embedded in sociocultural milieu. Culture and sign dynamics are particular relevant to explore diverse themes through reconstructive memory and imagination highlighting the process of internalization/externalization. She co- edited, Determinism and Indeterminism in Developmental and Social Science (Lawrence Welbaum, 1997), Dynamic Process Methodology in the Social and Developmental Sciences (Springer, 2009), Challenges and Strategies for Studying Human Development in Cultural Contexts (Firera & Liuzzo Publishing, 2009)



Brady Wagoner is Professor of Psychology and Director of the MA and PhD programs in Cultural Psychology at Aalborg University. He received his PhD from the University of Cambridge, where he also co-created the F.C. Bartlett Internet Archive. He is associate editor of the journals Culture & Psychology and Peace & Conflict. His research focuses on the cultural and constructive dimensions of the mind, particularly in relation to memory, imagination and social change. His most recent books include The Constructive Mind: Bartlett's Psychology in Reconstruction (Cambridge University Press, 2017), Handbook of Culture and Memory (Oxford University Press, 2018), The Psychology of Radical Social Change with Fathali Moghaddam and Jaan Valsiner (Cambridge University Press, 2018) and Remembering as a Cultural Process with Ignacio Bresco and Sarah H. Awad (Springer, 2019). He has received two early career awards from the American Psychological Association (divisions 24 and 26) and has held visiting fellowships at Institutes for Advanced Studies in Lyon and Madrid.



Alicia Barreiro is a PhD in Educational Sciences and Postdoctoral Studies in Social Sciences, Magister in Educational Psychology. She is a Professor of Genetic Psychology and Epistemology at the University of Buenos Aires, and an endowed researcher at the National Scientific and Technological Research Council (CONICET-Argentine) at the Latina American Faculty of Social Sciences. Also, she is Member of the Directive Board of the Jean Piaget Society and Associate Editor of the journal Papers on Social Representations. Her research interests are focused on the construction of social knowledge and moral development of children, adolescents and adults, combining social and developmental psychology approaches. Her most recent work explores how collective memory, collective moral judgements and social inequality constrain identity development and intergroup relations