Oct. 17, 2023

On October 12th, SPO lecturer Eduardo Negueruela-Azarola's presented at the XXVIII Sociocultural Theory and Second Language Learning Research Working Group at UMass in Boston.  This group is comprised of scholars from all over the world who share a common interest in Vygotskian Sociocultural Theory and second language learning. Once a year, they come together to discuss their understanding of Vygotsky’s work as applied to second language learning. This working group meeting differs from traditional conferences in that the presentation of completed work is discouraged. Instead, work is presented as work in progress and presenters expect to receive feedback from peers.

Negueruela-Azarola's presentation was titled "Time, Tense, History & Genesis. A Transformative Take to Capturing Change in Human Sciences".

For more information about the Working Group visit their meeting website.