Published Chapters — Some Recent, Some Resurrected
Friedman, D. and Holzman, L. (2104). Performing the World: The performance turn in social activism [pp. 276-287]. In A. Citron, S Aronson-Lehavi and D. Zerbib (Eds.), Performance stuidies in motion: International perspectives and practices in the twenty-first century. B;oomsbury: London & New York.
Holzman, L. (in press). Relating to people as revolutionaries. Chapter to appear in D. Loewentahl, Critical psychotherapy, psychoanalysis and counselling: Implications for practice. Palgrave Macmillan.
Holzman, L. (2103). The development community and its activist psychology. In R. House, D. Kalisch and J. Maidman (Eds.) The future of humanistic psychology [pp. 29-42]. Ross-on-Wye UK: PCCS Books.
Holzman, L. and Newman, F. (2012). Activity and Performance (and their Discourses) in Social Therapeutic Method. In T. Strong and A. Lock (Eds.), Discursive Perspectives in Therapeutic Practice . [pp. 184-195]. London: Oxford University Press.
Holzman, L. (2010). Without Creating ZPDs There is No Creativity. In Vygotsky and Creativity: A Cultural-historical Approach to Play, Meaning Making, and the Arts, edited by Cathrene Connery, Vera John-Steiner and Ana Marjanovic-Shane. Peter Lang Publishers.
Holzman, L. (2008). Creating Stages for Development: A learning community with many tasks and no goal. In A. Sumaras, A. Freese, C. Kosnick and C. Beck (Eds.), Learning communities in practice. NY: Springer.
Holzman, L. (2006). Lev Vygotsky and the New Performative Psychology: Implications for Business and Organizations In D.M. Hosking and S. McNamee (Eds.), The social construction of organization. Oslo: Liber.
Holzman L. (2005). Performing a Life (Story). In G. Yancy and S. Hadley (Eds.), Narrative identities: Psychologists engaged in self-construction. [pp. 96-111] London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Holzman, L. and Newman, F. (2004). PowerAuthorityandPointlessActivity. In T. Strong and D. Paré (Eds.), Furthering talk: Advances in the discursive therapies. [pp. 73-86]. Kluwer Academic/Plenum.
Holzman, L. and Morss, J. (2000). A Decade of Postmodern Psychology. In L. Holzman and J. Morss (Eds.), Postmodern psychologies, societal practice and political life. [pp. 3-14]. New York: Routledge.