Conversations on Race, Ethnicity, and Culture in Anthroposophy
Where: Anthroposophy NYC
138 W. 15th St.
212-242-8945 Price: Donations welcome
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What theories, histories, and experiences influence our thinking and perceiving of race? What are the conceptual differences between race, ethnicity, and culture? How can we characterize the current conversations around racism in the United States? Exploring together in an intimate environment, we hope to understand, engage, and wrestle with the complex questions around race and racism in anthroposophy. Utilizing the textual evidence we examined in the first meeting, we will discuss the reception of Steiner’s work in the 21st century. We will put the work of such scholars as Peter Staudenmaier, Douglas Sloan, and Ray McDermott in conversation, as well as utilize historical resources and the famous “Dutch Report” and “Frankfurt Memorandum.” We look forward to seeing you, even if you did not attend the first meeting.Buy tickets/get more info now