New e-book: Lived Culture and Psychology
The aim of this book is to contribute to our understanding of the psychological means that bring about cultural forms of human conduct and experience. Edited by Carolin Demuth, Pirkko Raudaskoski and Sanna Raudaskoski. The e-book is available as open access.
New book: Memory in the Wild
This book explores the complex relations between practices of remembering and the settings in which they are enacted. Edited by Brady Wagoner, Ignacio Bresco de Luna and Sophie Zadeh.
Newsletter from Centre for Cultural Psychology
Dear all, We hope you are all doing fine and coping well with the challenges we are all facing at the moment. The current corona pandemic has also affected the activities of the Centre for Cultural Psychology. Hereby a brief update.
Visit from Ritsumeikan University
This winter Ritsumeikan University and Aalborg University signed an agreement on collaboration and as the first concrete activity within this professor Tatsuya Sato was visiting Aalborg University with 5 students from Ritsumeikan University from March 7th until 14th.
Lived Culture and Psychology: Sharedness and Normativity as Discursive, Embodied and Affective Engagements with the World in Social Interaction
Special Issue in the journal Frontiers. The aim of this Research Topic is to contribute to our understanding of the psychological means that bring about cultural forms of human conduct and experience. The publication is edited by Carolin Demuth, Pirkko Liisa Raudaskoski and Sanna Raudaskoski.
New book: Remembering as a Cultural Process
This authored book charts out principles for a cultural psychology of remembering. This approach is illustrated with concrete case studies from around the world that highlight key theoretical concepts, moving from micro-level processes to macro-level social phenomena. Authors: Brady Wagoner, Ignacio Brescó de Luna, and Sarah H. Awad.
New book: The Second Cognitive Revolution
This book - edited by Bo Allesøe Christensen - is an indispensable reader for anyone interested in his cognitive-historical turn, and finds an audience with academics and researchers in the social and human science fields of cognitive psychology, social psychology, discursive psychology, philosophy, sociology, and ethnomethodology.
Lektor Luca Tateo på forelæsningstourné i Indonesien og Kina
Lektor Luca Tateo - der foruden at være lektor på Aalborg Universitet også er lektor på Universitet i Oslo og på Federal University of Bahia i Brazilien - har været på forelæsningstourné i Indonesien og Kina.
New book: Ordinary Things and Their Extraordinary Meanings
The book edited by Giuseppina Marsico and Luca Tateo provides a new look at the everyday relationship between psychological processes and extraordinary aspects of ordinary phenomena.
PhD Thesis by Sanna Schliewe
The thesis explores how privileged migration is experienced and negotiated in everyday encounters between expatriates and local domestic workers in India.