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Estudos de Antroposofia no Campus

A antroposofia é um caminho para compreender o ser humano e nossa relação com o mundo. Estudar em uma comunidade diversa no campus do Goetheanum é uma experiência única que traz a possibilidade de ampliar as perspectivas, aprimorar a capacidade de pensar criativamente e obter novos insights.

Sobre o Curso

Full Time
Presencial | Goetheanum Campus
Trimestre de outono: 7 de outubro - 20 de dezembro de 2024
Trimestre de inverno: 6 de janeiro - 21 de março de 2025
Trimestre de primavera: 7 de abril - 20 de junho de 2025

O programa Estudos de Antroposofia no Campus é voltado para qualquer pessoa em busca de uma compreensão sobre o trabalho de Rudolf e sobre como a Antroposofia se relaciona com diferentes áreas.

As aulas teóricas acontecem juntamente com atividades artísticas e excursões que complementam o processo de aprendizagem em um ambiente internacional. O programa é composto pelo estudo de livros de Rudolf Steiner, seminários semanais sobre diferentes temas relacionados à Antroposofia, aulas artísticas e de observação da natureza.

Os participantes podem optar por se inscrever no programa completo ou apenas um trimestre. Não há pré-requisitos para este curso, além de conhecimento da língua inglesa.

Equipe Docente

Bodo von Plato

Born in Germany in 1958. Studied modern history, philosophy and Waldorf education. Teacher at a Steiner school in Paris. 1991-2003: Hardenberg Institute in Heidelberg. From 2001 to 2018: member of the Executive Board of the General Anthroposophical Society and the Executive Board of the School of Spiritual Science. Since 2019: Stiftung Kulturimpuls in Berlin, research and projects on contemporary symptoms.

Constanza Kaliks

Nació en Chile en 1967. Estudió matemáticas y pedagogía Waldorf, se doctoró en pedagogía con una disertación sobre Nicolaus Cusanus. Trabajó durante 19 años como profesor Waldorf y profesor de formación de profesores en São Paulo. Desde 2012 dirige la Sección de Juventud del Goetheanum y es miembro del Consejo Ejecutivo de la Escuela de Ciencias Espirituales. Desde finales de marzo de 2015 es miembro del Consejo Ejecutivo de la Sociedad Antroposófica General. Junto con Claus-Peter Röh y Peter Selg en la dirección de la Sección Antroposófica General desde la Semana Santa de 2020.

patricia.sethaler@goetheanum.ch

Matthias Rang

Born 1973 in Germany. Studied physics, 2007 research stay at the University of Washington in Seattle, USA. Since then he has been working as a Research Fellow in the Natural Science Section at the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland. 2015 Doctorate at the Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Germany, and since 2020 responsible for the leadership of the Natural Science Section together with Johannes Wirz.

Nathaniel Williams

Nathaniel Williams founded the Free Columbia training site with Laura Summer, where he directed the M.C. Richards program. He studied art and puppetry in Basel, Switzerland, and graduated in fine arts from the Neue Kunstschule in 2002. He received his Ph.D. in Political Science at the University of Albany and works as a performer, teacher and artist. Currently he is the head of the Youth Section at the Goetheanum.

Philipp Reubke

Born in Stuttgart, studied philosophy and German language and literature, has worked as a Waldorf teacher in France since 1989, first as a German teacher at the Waldorf School in Colmar, since 1996 as a Waldorf kindergarten teacher, from 2011 to 2020 member of the coordination group of IASWECE (International Association for Steiner/Waldorf Early Childhood Education), member of the International Forum, since October 2020 Head of the Pedagogical Section.

Robin Schmidt

Robin Schmidt studied philosophy and cultural history, then educational science. He works as an adult educator and philosopher as well as a researcher at the School of Education FHNW in Basel with a focus on teaching and learning in the digital transformation.

Contato

Andrea De La Cruz

Born in 1989 in Madrid, Spain. Andrea De La Cruz has worked in education since 2011, designing and implementing complementary international learning and research programs for young adults. She joined the Goetheanum in 2017 as part of the Youth Section's team, and in 2022 she became a part of Studies & Further Education in the General Anthroposophical Section. From 2015-16 she was a student at the Goetheanum. She holds two art degrees from UK Universities and a certificate in Waldorf Education. She is currently studying for an MA in Innovation in Education.

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