"The Spirit of Camphill - Birth of a Movement"
How did the impulse of Dr. Karl König and his young friends as exiles from Nazi Europe grow to become a world-wide movement ? What was the inner momentum they saw unfolding in practical life?
This volume gives a comprehensive view of the inner motifs of what became the Camphill Movement. Essays by Karl König - from 1941 until shortly before his death in 1966 - show how he saw a movement being born and developing as a "social experiment."
The book is thoroughly introduced by Richard Steel, using extensive additional material from the Karl König Archive: diary exerpts, documents and photograhs.
(About 280 pages including 40 facsimiles and photographs)
We hope to have this volume available in Spring 2018.