Holzman, L. (2016). All Power to the Developing Keynote Presentation, “Another Way Out: Addressing Violence through Culture,” International Conference on Citizenship Culture, Bogotá Colombia, October 2016.
Holzman, L. (2016). Creating Communities of Hope.. Keynote Lecture, 2016 International Conference of Allies Across Boundaries: Diverse Practices of Education and Human Potential Development. National Dong-Hwa University, Hualien Taiwan, November 2016.
Holzman, L. (2105). The Diagnostic Debate: Voices from the Street. Presentation at the symposium, Beyond the DSM—Current Trends in Devising New Diagnostic Alternatives. American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Toronto Ontario, August 2015.
Holzman, L. (2015). Vygotsky on the Margins: A Global Search for Method. Presented at the Symposium, Vygotsky and Social Justice: Community Education and Community Development, AERA Annual Meeting, Chicago, April 2015.
Lobman, C. (2015). Performance, theatre, and improvisation: Bringing play and development into new arenas. In J. Johnson, S. Eberle, T. Henricks, and D. Kuschner (Eds.). *Handbook of the Study of Play. *New York: Rowman and Littlefield.
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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.
Newman, F. (2009). Where is the Magic in Cognitive Therapy? (A philo/psychological investigation). in R. House and Lowenthal, L (Eds.), Against and For CBT Towards a Constructive Dialogue?. Ross-on-Wye, UK: PCCS Books
Holzman, L. (2007). How Much of a Loss is the Loss of Self? Presented at the “Language Dynamics and the Phenomenology of Individual Experience,” Symposium of the Distributed Language Group, Agder University College, Grimstad Norway, May 2007.
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.
Newman, F. (2005). Vygotsky’s Place in the History of Science. Keynote. Vygotsky at Work and Play in Educational, Therapeutic and Organizational Settings, sponsored by the East Side Insitute and the Research Center at the All Stars Project, Inc.
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