The Waldorf Movement in Education from European Cradle to American Crucible, 1919-2008

The Waldorf Movement in Education from European Cradle to American Crucible, 1919-2008

By: Ida Oberman (author)Hardback

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Contents

Foreword; Acknowledgements; Introduction: Two Revealing Vignettes and Two Leading Questions; Part I: Inception, 1919-1925; 1. Founder and Foundling: The First Waldorf School; 2. From Class-War to School Class; Part II: Under the Shadow of National Socialism; 3. Succession Crisis, International Expansion and the Fuhrer's Rise to Power; 4. Waldorf in the Nazi Years, 1933-1945: Succumb Some! Resist Some!; Part III: Transplanting the Waldorf to America; 5. New York Story: Quest for Purity; 6. Kimberton's Story: Creative Accommodation; 7. The Sacramento Story: Focus on "Evolution"; 8. Moving into the Public Sector; Conclusion; Epilogue 2007; List of Abbreviations; Archives Consulted; Appendices; Bibliography; Index.

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  • ISBN13: 9780773449701
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 396
  • ID: 9780773449701
  • ISBN10: 0773449701

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