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program

keynotes

Charl Alberts

South Africa

Title: Findings and arguments on identity struggles in a contemporary border-crossing South African society after apartheid: A dialogical self interpretation

Anna Gabinska

Poland

Title: Investigating mental health and mental disorders through the lens of Dialogical Self Theory. What do I know after 10 years of doing research?

Hubert Hermans

The Netherlands 

Title: New developments in Dialogical Self Theory.

David Kennedy 

USA

Paths in Utopia:

School as Holding Place for the Dialogical Self

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Katariina Stenberg

Finland

Title: What do we talk about when we talk about teacher identity?

invited lectures

Vincent Hevern

The dialogical self, narrative, and the visual imagination

in an era of change and crisis. 

USA

Jaan Valsiner

Art and Political Power in Dialogue: 

The Rudolphine Era in Holy Roman Empire (1573-1612)

Denmark

Julia Vassilieva

What would Vygotsky say?

Narrative psychology and new publications from L.S. Vygotsky’s archive.

Australia

Kristiina Uriko

Psychological aspects of a woman's infertility: Exploring the adaptation in a dialogical perspective.

Estonia

invited symposium organizers

  • Guida de Abreu (UK)

  • Hans Alma & Ina ter Avest (The Netherlands)

  • Athena Androutsopoulou (Greece)

  • Kiyomi Banda (Japan)

  • Tom Brinthaupt (USA)

  • Katrien den Elzen (Australia)

  • Elena Faccio (Italy)

  • Miroslav Filip (Czech)

  • Anna Gabinska (Poland)

  • Vladimer Gamsakhurdia (Georgia) 

  • Georgia Gkantona (Greece)

  • Helen Grimmett (Australia)

  • Jan-Olav Henriksen (Norway)

  • Hubert Hermans & Rens van Loon (The Netherlands)  

  • Lykourgos Karatzaferis (Greece)

  • Agnieszka Konopka (The Netherlands)

  • Geetha Reddy (India)

  • Mary Rose Kelly (USA)

  • Carles Monereo & Crista Weise (Catalonia)

  • Jaan Valsiner (Denmark)

  • David Wahl (USA)

  • Yue Qin (China) and Cheryl Ballantyne (Australia)

invited workshops

  • Heewon Chang (USA): Autoethnography for research, reflexivity, and pedagogy.

  • Georgia Gkantona (Greece): Self as a theater of voices" technique: Performing internal dialogues on the stage of life.

  • Malgorzata Lysiak (Poland): What would your past tell to your future? Dialogical Temporal Chair Technique.

  • Dina Nir (Israel): Self-compassion in the society of mind.

  • Leni Verhofstadt-Denève (Belgium): How to improve the relationship between two partners? An inspiring psychodramatic dance between External and Internal I-Positions

invited papers

  • Betul Altas (Turkey): Disclosing the dialogical self of foreign language students in English in a foreign language classroom.

  • Sara Bigazzi (Hungary): Dialogue for inclusive spaces and collective actions.

  • Wendy Bilgen (USA): Listening to the I-Voices of a Social Justice Leader: An Autoethnographic Identity Study of a Female-Jewish-Christian-Social Worker Living in Turkey.

  • Dominik Borawski (Poland): Internal dialogical activity as a potential source of wisdom. 

  • Léon van Gulik (The Netherlands): Dialogicality in human atmospheres: Interfacing people with their times, places, and situations.

  • Kantha Rao (India): Understanding inner markers in the process of self-initiated change, through Dialogical Self.

  • Maria Vliek (Netherlands): When I finally heard my own voice' - Dialogical articulations of self-making when moving out of Islam in the Netherlands.

  • Esther Wafula (Kenya): Transformation through writing: Using poetry to stimulate a dialogical self.

social program

Soon available :)