Seeking Registrar / Database Manager

Center for Anthroposophy, a not-for-profit organization sponsoring adult education programs including the preparation of Waldorf teachers and administrators, is seeking ...
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New Online Program for Teaching Physics/Chemistry & Life/Earth Sciences – Sunday 27 June – Saturday 31 July 2021

Summer Seminar Series — Online! 27 June - 30 July 2021 Dear Friends and Colleagues, The Center for Anthroposophy (CfA) ...
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Newsletter Spring 2021

Dear Friends: Over the years, CfA has pioneered a growing number of different programs related to Waldorf education, from introductory ...
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Our Alums

Lauren Morley, one of our Antioch alums and a former member of our Renewal team, reads a fairytale ...
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Center & Periphery Winter 2021

Dear Reader, It has been just over a year since news of the Covid-19 virus first began to encircle the ...
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An urgent call for support of our new Diversity Scholarship Fund

Dear Friends, In November of 1960, six-year-old Ruby Bridges, flanked by a quartet of armed federal marshals, stepped silently through ...
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Exciting news on Waldorf EdD program at Antioch University

October 15, 2020 Dear Waldorf Colleagues, Alums, and Friends, We are delighted to announce that Antioch University has launched an ...
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Commentary on the current events from the North American Association of Waldorf School

Dear AWSNA Community Members, We send this email today acknowledging societal injustice and the resulting anger that has escalated throughout ...
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Reflections on the current events from the General Secretary of the Anthroposophical Society

If you're having trouble viewing this email, you may see it online From the General Secretary June 3, 2020 Dear ...
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Lifeboats ~ Douglas Gerwin

In retrospect, we may come to see the impact on secondary education of the current Covid-19 pandemic as akin to ...
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Center & Periphery Special Edition April 2020

From the Editor’s Notepad Dear Friends of CfA: So much has transpired since we last wrote to you a month ...
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Center & Periphery Special Edition March 2020

From the Editor’s Notepad Dear Friends of CfA: In steering through rough seas, it is important to focus one’s vision ...
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Center & Periphery Winter/Spring 2020

From the Editor’s Notepad The Romans named this the month of purification (februo = “purify through sacrifice”), signaling it was ...
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Biography and Social Art Weekend Workshop

Where? Atlantic Beach, FL (exact location to be announced soon) When? Friday, May 15, 2020 7:00 – 9:00 PM Saturday, ...
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Torin Finser’s upcoming lecture in Atlantic Beach, FL

You are cordially invited to attend this free info session with Dr. Finser on "Building Bridges to Waldorf Teacher Education" ...
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Antioch University Waldorf Program graduate publishes a gem of a book!

And here it is reviewed by her Antioch professor and mentor Torin M. Finser: It has been my pleasure to ...
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Summer 2019 Waldorf Teacher Education Programs

Please enjoy this beautiful vignette of our July 2019 Waldorf Teacher Education Programs offered annually by the Center for Anthroposophy ...
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Upcoming 2020 Alumni Reunions

All CfA and Antioch alumni are warmly invited to two reunion gatherings during Renewal Courses: Thursday July 2 and Thursday ...
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Newsletter Autumn 2019

Dear Reader, The French have a phrase for it: "Reculer pour mieux sauter!" As every lion knows, recoil is the ...
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Attention all CfA and Antioch Waldorf Program Alumni!

We are conducting a survey of all participants who have taken part in one or more of our courses –– ...
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Registering the Fall Cohort – Waldorf Administration & Leadership Series

New group to start in October 2019! Waldorf Administration & Leadership Development Waldorf schools are self-administered, which means that most ...
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Special Renewal Courses for Music, Practical Arts, and Math Teachers

Renewal Courses 2019 Week Two: June 30-July 5, 2019 Scholarships available! Dear Colleagues and Friends, Summer is on the horizon, ...
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Newsletter Spring 2019

Dear Reader, The French are fond of saying, "Reculer pour mieux sauter." Every lion, and many another mammal, knows that ...
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New Position open at CfA

Operations Manager of a Waldorf adult learning center From its offices in Southern New Hampshire, the Center for Anthroposophy (CfA) ...
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Beyond 100: A return to the social justice roots of Waldorf Education

Dr. Torin Finser, PhD, of Antioch University New England is sharing his expertise with educators around the world to commemorate ...
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Summer Renewal Courses for the Whole Community! Early Bird Discount thru April 15

Renewal Courses 2019 Early Registration Discount through April 15! We are looking forward to another exciting summer of Renewal Courses ...
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Building Bridges Waldorf Teacher Training at Yuba River Charter School

In partnership with The Center for Anthroposophy and Antioch University, Yuba River Charter School is excited to host the Building ...
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PREPARING FOR A CULTURE OF EMPATHY: Embracing All Our Children

An evening with Karine Munk Finser Wednesday, March 13, 2019 7:30 PM Adele Grage Community Center 716 Ocean Blvd, Atlantic ...
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Newsletter Winter 2019

The dead of winter can be deceiving. What appears to be the least active season of the year is in ...
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New Jobs Board on Center for Anthroposophy Website

The Center for Anthroposophy has added a new page to it's website which aims to connect job seekers with positions ...
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Seeding the Future One Child at a Time

The world gets better one person and one action at a time. "Seeding the Future" provides a glimpse into the ...
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New Explorations group forming in Keene, NH

Ever wished for a Waldorf education of your own? Wish no more, the opportunity awaits you: An Explorations Group is ...
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Newsletter Autumn 2018

With the start of the new school year, we are celebrating the inauguration of several fresh initiatives, both in the ...
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Sunset at High Mowing School

Newsletter Spring 2018

A wise observer of human affairs once observed: "War is a function of those who think in twos; peace is ...
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Towards A Future Worthy Of Our Children: A Conference On Childhood For Parents, Educators And Caregivers

When: FRIDAY EVENING APRIL 27 AND SATURDAY APRIL 28, 2018 Where: 515 Cougar Ridge Drive S.W. Calgary, Alberta, Canada T3H ...
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Summer Renewal Courses for the Whole Community!

Renewal Courses 2018 Early Registration Discount through May 1st! Dear Friends, We are looking forward to another exciting summer of ...
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A Discussion and Book Signing with Dr. Torin Finser at New Amsterdam School

When: Wed Mar 28 11pm – Thu Mar 29, 2018 12:30am Where: The New Amsterdam School, 62 Avenue B, New ...
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That which can unite us again, by Torin M. Finser

Torin M. Finser PhD has had a letter to the editor of the Keene Sentinel published on their website. "Monday, ...
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Book Discussion & Signing By Torin Finser At Sea and Spring River School

When: March 13, 2018 7:00 PM Where: Adele Grage Community Center 716 Ocean Blvd Atlantic Beach, FL The Book: Education ...
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Torin Finser reflects on the school tragedy in Florida

As I read of the tragic shooting in Florida, the 18th in a U.S school this new year, I am ...
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Newsletter Winter 2018

With this issue we mark various moments of transition, including the completion of several long-term programs and projects and the ...
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Join educators, parents, and community for two public events with Torin Finser

On the campus of Azalea Mountain School at 27 Balm Grove Ave., 4-5:30 p.m., Torin Finser PhD will be discussing ...
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Come hear Torin Finser at Emerson Waldorf School February 6th!

FOUNDATION STUDIES INFORMATION SESSION Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at 3:00 pm at the Emerson Waldorf School, 6211 New Jericho Rd, ...
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Education for Nonviolence: Book Talk with Torin Finser, PhD

When: Wednesday, February 7 at 7 PM - 8:30 PM Where: Omega Middle School62 State St, Asheville, North Carolina 28806 ...
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Information Meeting for Waldorf Teacher Training at Golden Valley Orchard School

When: Sun, Jan 14, 2018 2:00 – 3:00pm Where: Golden Valley Orchard School 6550 Filbert Avenue, Orangevale, CA 95662 Room ...
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Support CFA On Giving Tuesday

Dear Alums, Faculty, and Friends of CfA, As we approach the end of 2017, we have much to be grateful ...
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Renewal 2017 – Video

Karine Munk Finser, Coordinator of CfA’s popular Renewal Courses, looks back on a sumptous summer – and offers a peek ...
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Review: Education for Nonviolence: The Waldorf Way By Torin M. Finser, PhD

Reviewed by Rebecca Hipps In a world of increasing violence and destruction, many parents and educators are asking, “How can ...
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Newsletter Autumn 2017

This summer, the Center for Anthroposophy, in conjunction with the Waldorf Program at Antioch University New England, completed a year-long ...
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Pedagogical Section Newsletter June 2017

Dear Colleagues and Friends of the Pedagogical Section: Warm greetings to all of you! I write this newsletter on the ...
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Sixth Grade Geometry at Highland Hall Waldorf School

Newsletter Spring 2017

The sign of a good teacher is that he or she is a life-long learner - from research, from colleagues, ...
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Renewal Courses 2017 update

Renewal Courses 2017 in Wilton, NH Week One: June 25-30 Week Two: July 2-7 We are looking forward to another ...
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Renewal Brochure 2017!

Week I: Sunday, June 25th to Friday, June 30th Week II: Sunday, July 2nd to Friday, July 7th Dear Friends, ...
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CfA Co-sponsoring Eurythmy Spring Valley performance

The Center is proud to co-sponsor with the Association of Waldorf schools of North America the unique Eurythmy Spring Valley ...
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2019 Worldwide Celebrations of the 100th Anniversary of the Waldorf Movement are under way

PLEASE JOIN US IN PREPARATIONS FOR THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION! The Waldorf100 initiative was launched in autumn 2014 at a ...
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Newsletter Winter 2017

"Renewal" is an ongoing theme at the Center for Anthroposophy, and it means many things to us -especially so this ...
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Donations to CFA Renewal Scholarship Fund Will Be Matched

Announcing Karine Munk Finser Renewal Courses Scholarship Fund! We are thrilled to report that a generous donor has agreed to ...
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Introducing Renewal 2017!

Renewal Courses 2017 in Wilton, NH Week I: Sunday, June 25th to Friday, June 30th Week II: Sunday, July 2nd ...
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Newsletter Autumn 2016

With the launch of a new school year, the Center for Anthroposophy begins a year-long self-study in preparation for the ...
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Newsletter Spring/Summer 2016

In our culture, it is customary to think of the 21 years landmark as coming of age -- a time ...
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Newsletter Winter 2016

Waldorf education acts as antidote to many ailments of our times: anxiety and depression in children, stress and exhaustion of ...
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Newsletter Autumn 2015

"Milestones" are only one letter different from "millstones", but these terms should not be confused with each other. For instance, ...
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Newsletter Spring 2015

Re-flect: its original meaning is "to bend back" -- but also "to curve", as in falcate, the blade of a ...
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Newsletter Winter 2015

Our focus for this issue of Center & Periphery shifts to the East: first to Forest Row, where Georg Locher ...
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Newsletter Autumn 2014

It is estimated that a majority of young children about to enter school these days will graduate a decade or ...
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Newsletter Spring 2013

Education entails movement. In kindergarten, the movement is primarily physical. In the lower school movement goes inside and becomes more ...
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Newsletter Autumn 2012

Just 100 years ago, Rudolf Steiner and Marie von Sivers, the woman who would become his second wife, stood on ...
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Newsletter Summer 2012

With this issue of our quarterly newsletter, we extend our reach around the globe – from consideration of “sacred cows” in ...
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Newsletter Spring 2012

The term “media” has an interesting and surprisingly short biography. As recently as the 1970s the Oxford English Dictionary listed ...
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Newsletter Winter 2012

Though the shift from lengthening darkness of night to gradual lengthening of daytime happened more than 40 days and nights ...
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Newsletter Autumn 2011

For some, the trick was a treat, for others a major disruption of their lives. A surprise early snowstorm on ...
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Newsletter July/August 2011

Our summertime campus deserves a new name: “Wiltin’ New Hampshire”. The thermometer actually broke daytime records, soaring past the 100 ...
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Newsletter May/June 2011

Spring: a time for spring cleaning! During the height of this season, the Center for Anthroposophy submitted itself to an ...
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Newsletter March/April 2011

A question: Why do we celebrate birthdays? It was not always so. You don’t have to go far back in ...
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Newsletter January/February 2011

Birthdays are a time for taking stock and for looking ahead along the path. Coincident with the 150th birthday of ...
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Newsletter November/December 2010

What is it like to meditate while wearing headphones? This question is prompted by the story I recently read of ...
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Newsletter September/October 2010

The blistering heat of July and August has speeded up the onset of autumn. Beyond the windows of my study, ...
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Newsletter August 3, 2010

All love, lower and higher, is breath of the gods. – Rudolf Steiner, lecture of 22 November 1906 (Berlin) Through the ...
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Newsletter June 16, 2010

If the great majority of human beings pull nightcaps over their eyes in regard to what Spiritual Science has to ...
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Newsletter June 1, 2010

Welcome to the inaugural issue of our new electronic newsletter. As we head into another full summer of rich offerings, ...
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