Round Table #03

Contributions of critical approaches in Psychology and Education to confront dehumanization produced by the global crisis of contemporary Capitalism
29 Oct, 2019

Theme:

Contributions of critical approaches in Psychology and Education to confront dehumanization produced by the global crisis of contemporary Capitalism

Scholars:

⭐️Mohamed Elhammoumi (United Arab Emirates University)

Ph.D. in Psychology, Associate professor Department of Psychology, College of Social Sciences, University Of Imam Muhammad Bin Saud Riyadh, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

⭐️Newton Duarte (Universidade Estadual Paulista Julio de Mesquita Filho - UNESP)

Graduated in Pedagogy by the Federal University of São Carlos (1985), Master of Education by the same institution (1987), and Ph.D. in Education by the University of Campinas (1992). Professor Duarte has a Postdoctorate by the University of Toronto, Canada, and was a visiting researcher scholar at the University of Sussex, England. He is a professor at UNESP since 1988, and currently, he coordinates the research group Marxist Studies in Education, which has researchers from various Brazilian universities. Associate researcher at the Institute for Humanities at the University of Simon Fraser, Vancouver, Canada. Newton is also the author of books, book chapters and articles published in Brazil and abroad.

⭐️ Marilene Proença (Universidade de São Paulo - USP)

Bachelor's at Psychology by University of São Paulo (1978), Master in Psychology by University of São Paulo (1991) and PhD in School Psychology and Human Development by the same institution (1996). Full Professor of the Psychology Institute at USP, Department of Learning, Development, and Personality. Professor Proença has experience in research on the issues of Psychology, focusing on Education and Learning in the Classroom, acting on the following subjects: School and Educational Psychology, Medicalization of the Education and Society, Practice in Education and Psychology, Schooling processes, Children Rights, Psychology, Society and Education in Latin American. Coordinator of the Laboratory of Studies and Research in School Psychology at USP, Editor of the Journal School and Educational Psychology, Brazil. She is also the Director of the Psychology Institute - USP. Member of the São Paulo Academy of Psychology; the Brazilian Association of School and Educational Psychology - ABRAPEE, International School Psychology Association - ISPA, Interamerican Society of Psychology - SIP, Asociación de Historiadores Latinoamericanistas Europeos- AHILA

 

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