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Center & Periphery

Spring 2022

From the Editor’s Notepad

From the Editor’s Notepad

portrait of Douglas Gerwin

Douglas Gerwin, Ph.D.

Executive Director, CfA

Dear Friends,

After two years of being mostly online, Center for Anthroposophy (CfA) and its affiliated Waldorf Teacher Education Program at Antioch University New England are resuming in-person classes this summer. In all, a record 11 cohorts will be meeting in Wilton, New Hampshire, on the campus of High Mowing School:

  • Two groups for Waldorf high school teacher training
  • Three groups for Waldorf elementary teacher education
  • Two groups for Antioch’s advanced transdisciplinary studies in healing education
  • One group inaugurating CfA’s Kairos Institute with a program in “Emergency Pedagogy” with Bernd Ruf
  • One group for Waldorf administrators and leadership training
  • One group of Antioch students launching their doctoral studies in Waldorf education
  • One-week Renewal Courses in professional development

Add to this growing line-up CfA’s Explorations program in foundational studies and its regional Building Bridges satellite program for Waldorf teacher training, both of which meet during the school year, and you have the complete palette of courses on offer this year.

Each of these programs is featured below, along with news of further fresh initiatives and developments on the move at CfA.

Douglas Gerwin
Executive Director
Center for Anthroposophy

Dear Friends,

After two years of being mostly online, Center for Anthroposophy (CfA) and its affiliated Waldorf Teacher Education Program at Antioch University New England are resuming in-person classes this summer. In all, a record 11 cohorts will be meeting in Wilton, New Hampshire, on the campus of High Mowing School:

  • Two groups for Waldorf high school teacher training
  • Three groups for Waldorf elementary teacher education
  • Two groups for Antioch’s advanced transdisciplinary studies in healing education
  • One group inaugurating CfA’s Kairos Institute with a program in “Emergency Pedagogy” with Bernd Ruf
  • One group for Waldorf administrators and leadership training
  • One group of Antioch students launching their doctoral studies in Waldorf education
  • One-week Renewal Courses in professional development

Add to this growing line-up CfA’s Explorations program in foundational studies and its regional Building Bridges satellite program for Waldorf teacher training, both of which meet during the school year, and you have the complete palette of courses on offer this year.

Each of these programs is featured below, along with news of further fresh initiatives and developments on the move at CfA.

Douglas Gerwin
Executive Director
Center for Anthroposophy

portrait of Douglas Gerwin

Douglas Gerwin, Ph.D.

Executive Director of CfA

Back in Person!

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Kairos: Healing in a World of Need through Visual and Performing Arts

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Starting with Bernd Ruf’s course on “Emergency Pedagogy,” CfA’s Kairos Institute is launching the first of a multi-unit training this summer intended to treat and prevent trauma through the healing modalities of the arts.

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Explorations Online –– and Now International

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Thanks to its “live” online format, CfA’s Explorations Program in foundational studies now draws participants from across five continents.

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Homecoming Party for CfA and Antioch Alumni

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Waldorf Leadership Program Graduates Its First Cohort

May 18, 2022

The inaugural group of CfA’s new Waldorf Leadership Development completes its year-long program with a festive celebration.

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Building Bridges Both East and West

May 18, 2022

After a year-long hiatus, CfA resumed its “Building Bridges” program this past September with a vibrant group of faculty and staff from the Northeast Woodland School in Conway, New Hampshire.

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