From Biography to Flourishing: Social Therapeutic & Trauma-Informed Perspectives for Our Work

In May 2023 Dr. Beth Barol offered Part I of From Biography to Flourishing: Social Therapeutic & Trauma-Informed Perspectives for Our Work. This Continuing Education course led participants through the creation of biographical timelines. From the course description: Even in the context of meaningful relationships and rich community life, we all experience times of crisis … Read more

New conversations on diversity & race in Steiner’s Spiritual Science

Camphill Academy will host two upcoming events with Cory Eichmann exploring diversity and race in Steiner’s work with a critical lens. On December 14, Cory will give an open lecture introducing the subject and contemporary research. Beginning on January 11, Cory will lead an 8-week Continuing Education course diving deep into the primary source materials. … Read more

Camphill featured on communal history podcast

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The Camphill Movement was the subject of an interview between Dan McKanan and Christian Goodwillie from Communes USA. Communes USA is a podcast exploring intentional communities and communitarian movements throughout US history. Dan McKanan is the Ralph Waldo Emerson Unitarian Universalist Senior Lecturer at Harvard Divinity School and author of Camphill and the Future: Spirituality … Read more

Camphill at the International Communal Studies Association Triennial Conference

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The triennial conference of the International Communal Studies Association was held July 14-16, 2022, at the beautiful Audonicon Conference Center in Skanderborg, Denmark. This year’s theme, “Co-Creating Community: Evolving Models of Intentional Community,” spoke to Camphill and other intentional communities in transition. The hybrid conference reflected the lessons we have all been learning as we adjust to … Read more

Recordings from the 2021 Camphill Research Symposium available now

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Recordings from the 2021 Camphill Research Network are now available on the Camphill Research Network website. The 2021 Camphill Research Symposium continued the virtual format for a second year, enabling presenters and participants from around the world to join. The six consecutive sessions included a wide range of research modalities and themes: exploring how international … Read more

Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition: Creating Paths Beyond Disability

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On April 28, our colleagues at Camphill Initiatives for Social Ecology will host a free webinar featuring Fionn and Jonathan Angus as part of their 2022 symposium.  Fionn Angus and his father, Jonathan, are Citizen Network Global Ambassadors. This son-and-father team lives in Galway and operates one of Ireland’s first self-directed support packages through the … Read more

Anthroposophic Perspectives in Inclusive Social Development to launch Spanish-language edition

Our colleagues at the Anthroposophic Council for Inclusive Social Development are launching a Spanish-language edition of Perspectives, the professional journal of the worldwide movement for anthroposophical curative education, social therapy and related fields of work. The journal is published quarterly in German and English. Camphill Academy Managing Director Elizabeth Sanders and President Jan Goeschel serve … Read more

New publication: Anthroposophic Perspectives in Inclusive Social Development Inaugural issue available now!

From our colleagues at the International Council for Inclusive Social Development, we’re happy to announce that the first issue of Anthroposophic Perspectives in Inclusive Social Development. The first issue features an article by Camphill Academy alumnus Gleice Paulino da Silva on curative stories, the subject of her Master’s thesis. Jan Goeschel and Elizabeth Sanders from … Read more

Call for contributions: International Inclusive Autumn Conference 2020 Education—always! Developing what lives in me and moves the world

Our colleagues at the International Council for Inclusive Social Development are putting out a call for contributions to the 2020 International Inclusive Autumn Conference, taking place October 5–9, 2020, at the Goetheanum in Dornach (Switzerland). The theme for this year’s conference is Education – always! Developing what lives in me and moves the world, and … Read more

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