I’m still doing a lot of thinking and reading and learning about the work of my colleagues here at Antioch University New England and it’s taking me in a lot of different directions. I just discovered this amazing a six segment interview that Torin Finser did with a prominent Waldorf scholar, Eugene Schwartz around his new book- A Second Classroom. I’ll put it up a bit at a time, but wanted to get the first link up asap as it’s just. So. Interesting. Click here to give it a listen online!
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