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Name: Lucas  Bietti
Institution: Center for Interdisciplinary Memory Research, Essen
Email: click here to access email
State and/or Country: Poland   
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Pragmatics
Psycholinguistics
Cognitive Science
Selected Publications: _ (submitted). Towards a cognitive pragmatics of collective remembering.
_ [with Medina Audelo, R.] (submitted). Integrating culture, cognition and discourse in autobiographical remembering.
_ (in press). Review of the book Cognitive Pragmatics. The Mental Processes of Communication by B.Bara. Philosophical Psychology.
_ (in press). Extended review of the book The Cognitive Life of Things: Recasting the Boundaries of the Mind by L. Malafouris & C. Renfrew. Pragmatics and Cognition.
_ (in press). Joint remembering: cognition, communication and interaction in processes of memory-making. Memory Studies 5 (2).
_ (2011). Memory and culture in the mind. Review article of Memory in Mind and Culture by P. Boyer & J. Wertsch (eds.). Mind, Culture and Activity 1. doi: 10.1080/10749039.2011.564708 [unedited accepted manuscript, 4 March 2011]
_ (2011). The commemoration of March 24th, 1976: understanding the exceptionality of the present political discourse about the 'Dirty War' in Argentina. Journal of Language and Politics 10 (3).
_ (2011). Review of the book Memento (Philosophers on Films by A. Kania (ed.). Memory Studies 4 (2), 253-258.
_ (2011). 'Piercing memories': Empty spaces in the histories of Argentinean families. Memory Studies 4 (1), 83-87.
_ (2011). The construction of the moral self in autobiographical memory: being an 'ordinary man' within the experience of dictatorship in Argentina. In S. Salvatore, J. Valsiner, J. Travers Simon & A; Gennaro (eds.)Yearbook of Idiographic Science 3, pp. 253-276. Rome: Firera & Liuzzo Group.
_ (2010). Sharing memories, family conversation and interaction. Discourse & Society 21 (5), 499-523. doi: 10.1177/0957926510373973
_ (2010) Autobiographical memory, narrative and history: the construction of the self within the experience of dictatorship in Argentina.Proceedings of the XVI Oral History Conference. Between Past and Future: Oral History, Memory and Meaning. Prague, Czech Republic: International Oral History Association. [CD-ROM]
_ (2010). Can the mind be extended? And how? Review article of the book Supersizing the Mind: Embodiment, Action and Cognitive Extension by Andy Clark. Constructivist Foundations, (5) 2, 97-99.
_ (2010). Philosophie des Geistes. In Ch. Gudehus, A. Eichenberg & H. Welzer (eds.). Gedachtnis und Erinnerung. Ein interdisciplinares Handbuch, pp. 273-275. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler.
_ (2010). Review of the book What we remember. The construction of memory in military discourse by M. Achugar. Memory Studies (3), 3: 284- 287.
_ (2009). Disonancia cognitiva: procesos cognitivos para justificar acciones inmorales. Ciencia Cognitiva: Revista Electrónica de Divulgación (3) 1, 15-17.
_ (2009). Entre la cognición política y la cognición social: el discurso de la memoria colectiva en Argentina. Discurso & Sociedad (3) 1, 44-89.
_ (2008). Memoria, violencia y causalidad en la teoría de los dos demonios. El Norte - Finnish Journal of Latin American Studies (3), 1-34.
_ (2007). La importancia del análisis del discurso en los estudios de memoria. Revista Latinoamericana de Estudios del Discurso (7) 2, 129-131



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