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Sociocultural and Dialogical Studies (SDS)

SDS is a working seminar for cultivating and advancing research on human learning as an interactional, social and cultural process. SDS takes an interest in the dynamic relations of historically emerging forms of collective knowing on the one hand, and the concrete situated interactional contingencies for learning and sense making, on the other hand.

This general interest is grounded in traditions that aim at conceptualizing and empirically analyzing learning processes as both responsive to earlier interactions and as consequential over time

  • for the formation of knowledge, identities, tools and practices,
  • for how new forms of agency and competences emerge,
  • but also in terms of how such developments generate social dilemmas and issues of concern.
     

Video-, audio- and text-based records constitute the main data as we observe and trace the situated practices that we set out to analyze.

International scholars visiting SDS

Russel Francis, Univerity of Oxford
Charlotte Jonasson, University of Aarhus
Sara Bro Pedersen, Copenhagen
Antti Rajala, Helsinki University
Ann-Thérèse Arstorp, University of Aarhus
David Martinez Herrero, Univ. of Alcalá
Todd E. Nicewonger, Parsons, New York
Nick Hopwood, UTS Australia
Sandra Ferraz Freire, University of Brasilia
Josephine Convertini, Univ of Neuchatel
Jelena Popov, Univ College of London
Thyge Tegtmejer, SDU, Copenhagen
Ali Safdari, Tarbiat Modares Univ. Teheran
Anne Bjerre Odgaard, SDU, Copenhagen
Marketa Zezulkova, Universita Karlova
František Tůma, Masaryk University, Brno
Laurent Fillietaz, University of Geneva
Kristina Popova, University of Moscow
 

Contacts

For more information please contact: 

Åsa Mäkitalo or Anne Solli

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