Learning and Collective Creativity: Activity-theoretical and Sociocultural Studies

Learning and Collective Creativity: Activity-theoretical and Sociocultural Studies

New book published by Routledge in New York, co-edited with Annalisa Sannino from CRADLE at Helsinki University. This book is the only one currently available that brings together theories of human activity and studies of human creativity. The book grounds its interest in a variety of settings where people are learning and, specifically, learning to be creative. Creativity is defined, not so much as ‘little c’ creativity but as an integral aspect of learning that enables and promotes the exercise of learners’ agency.