Disability at work: skills and tools for a better integration

The scenario of disability at work is changing and this concerns everyone: strengthening the inclusive capacities of managers and workers is necessary; at the same time, the evolution of corporate cultures and the development of specialized figures such as the “disability manager” is due. This course, starting from concrete experiences and problem cases, aims to […]

Philosophy of Science with Children

On 18th – 19th March 2019 the National stem Learning Centre (UK), will host a 2 day event to explore philosophical dialogue in science education. The aim of the meeting is to share and reflect on approaches to doing philosophy in science education, and research on doing philosophy in science education: A growing number of science […]

Luke J. Matthews reviews “Understanding Cultural Traits” on the Journal of Cognitive Historiography

Thank you very much to Luke J. Matthews, Full Behavioral and Social Scientist at RAND Corporation, Pardee RAND Graduate School, Boston, for his gratifying review of our book, Understanding Cultural Traits: A Multidisciplinary Perspective on Cultural Diversity, Edited by Fabrizio Panebianco and Emanuele Serrelli. Luke, a careful reader, thinks that our volume: provides a valuable set […]

The narrative encounter: Tales and fairytales and systemic perspective on helping relationships

Narrative and systemic perspectives in caring relationships are absolutely complementary under several respects, in spite of some debates that have assumed the contrary. The article explores this topic before illustrating how systemic counseling can employ a peculiar narrative genre: fairytale. Serrelli E, Tosini F (2015). L’incontro narrativo: narrazione e fiaba nella relazione d’aiuto a orientamento sistemico. […]