February 14, 2011
In the early 1990s I edited a journal, Practice: The Magazine of Psychology and Political Economy (culture, sociology and economics were also covered and many issues included poetry and photos). No computer files exist and so any article has to be scanned if it’s to be available to new audiences. We recently scanned a piece from 1990 entitled, “Lev and let Lev: An interview on the life and works of Lev Vygotsky.” Twenty-one years after it appeared, I found it pretty interesting. It’s compiled from interviews I conducted with an international group of Vygotskian scholars and practitioners from the fields of education, philosophy, psychology and history: David Bakhurst, Guillermo Blanck, Mariane Hedegaard, David Joravsky, Christine LaCerva, Siebren Miedema, Luis Moll, and James Wertsch. See if you agree.