Revisionist revolution in Vygotsky studies

  title={Revisionist revolution in Vygotsky studies},
  author={Anton Yasnitsky and Ren{\'e} van der Veer},
Foreward, Alex Kozulin PART I. Contexts and People 1. The archetype of Soviet psychology: From Stalinism of the 1930s to the "Stalinist science" of our days, Anton Yasnitsky 2. Unity in diversity: Vygotsky-Luria Circle as an informal personal network of scholars, Anton Yasnitsky 3. Deconstructing Vygotsky's Victimization Narrative: A Re-Examination of the "Stalinist Suppression" of Vygotskian Theory, Jennifer Fraser and Anton Yasnitsky PART II. Texts and Legacy 4. Vygotsky the Published: Who… 
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