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 the Camphill Academy also serve on the editorial board.
From the International Council’s announcement:
“A bilingual international journal for anthroposophic curative education, social therapy and related fields, Perspectives is published by the Anthroposophic Council for Inclusive Social Development. It aims to open up perspectives, outlooks and insights that can then be pursued further and brought into relationship with others, as a nourishing and stimulating force for practical work in inclusive social development. Perspectives thus succeeds the Council’s German-language journal Seelenpflege in Heilpädagogik und Sozialtherapie (Soul Care in Curative Education and Social Therapy), which has been published since 1982, and develops it further in a global direction that was already part of its original mission.”
In this first issue you will find four articles, all of which deal with the question of the narrative from different directions:
- Sabine Bulk: Dimensions of Reading
- Martin Niedermann: Finding “Therapeutic Stories”
- Gleice Paulino da Silva: Stories that Heal
- Gerhard Hallen: Astral-Predominant Epilepsy
Read and subscribe today! https://inclusivesocial.org/perspectives/