[act-ma] April 6th discussions

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Thu Mar 28 09:23:41 PDT 2019

Emancipatory Politics and Cooperatives featuring author Carl Ratner,
Saturday, April 6, 2019 10 AM to Noon at Democracy Center, 45 Mt. Auburn
St., Cambridge, MA  For more information, contact pledgetofuture at hotmail.com
<mailto:pledgetofuture at hotmail.com>  

CARL RATNER is the Director of The Institute for Cultural Research and
Education in northern California.  He has written widely on cultural
psychology and qualitative methodology.  He has been a professor of social
psychology and has also spent extensive periods abroad, including time in
Saudi Arabia, five months at Nehru University in India, and two years in
China, where he was among the few instructors to teach social psychology
after a decades-long ban.  He was a visiting scholar in the Laboratory of
Comparative Human Cognition, Stanford University School of Education, and
Penn State Center for Language Acquisition.  He has also been the recipient
of two Fulbright Fellowships and has given numerous workshops on cultural
psychology and qualitative methodology in Spain, Taiwan, Germany, England,
and other countries.  Ratner was on the founding editorial board of the
journal Culture and Psychology.  He has been active in the American
cooperative movement.  He is author of Cooperation, Community, and Co-Ops in
a Global Era (2013, Springer) and The Politics of Cooperation and Co-ops
(Nova, 2016).  His most recent book is Neoliberal Psychology (2019,



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