research product

A second postcard from Oxford: Rudolf Steiner at Keble College

John Paull;
Open Access English
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
The Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner spent a fortnight in Oxford in the summer of 1922. Of his five visits to Britain in the years from 1922 to 1924, it was the Oxford Conference, ‘Spiritual Values in Education & Social Life’ (15-29 August), that is arguably the most important. It was this Conference that attracted the greatest media attention and it was widely reported. The Oxford Conference introduced Waldorf schooling to an English-speaking audience. Rudolf Steiner spoke in German and George Adams Kaufmann translated. The conference was organised by Professor Millicent Mackenzie. There were 230 attendees. Steiner presented twelve morning lectures at Manche...
Subjects
free text keywords: History, Education
Related Organizations
Communities
Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage
Any information missing or wrong?Report an Issue