Anthroposophic Perspectives in Inclusive Social Development
The bilingual international journal for anthroposophic curative education, social therapy and related fields of work
The journal Perspectives is an English and German bilingual professional journal for anthroposophic curative education and social therapy. It is published quarterly and discusses the foundations of the anthroposophic understanding of the human being and disability, offers contributions to practice, engages with contemporary approaches and viewpoints on inclusion of individuals with disabilities and brings regular reports on international perspectives. It stands in dialogue with the practice of curative education and social therapy in early childhood education, schools and school communities, integrative and inclusive schools, vocational and living supports, and rural and urban inclusive communities. It is the successor of the journal Seelenpflege in Heilpädagogik und Sozialtherapie, which appeared until 2019.
In the archive, past issues of the journal Perspectives and its predecessor publication, the journal Seelenpflege, are available in full text. Back issues are freely available without subscription and can also be searched by terms and downloaded as PDFs. The current year’s issues, as well as the last two years, are displayed only as previews (table of contents and editorial) without a subscription and login. With a subscription, all issues are available in full text.
Contributions in focus:
Fritze, Tobias: “Du kannst mir gar nichts sagen”. Zeitgemäße Autorität als Grundlage für Freiheit. | “You can’t tell me anything”. Contemporary forms of authority as a basis for freedom. Perspectives, 2020-1.
Göschel, Jan: Die Corona-Krise aus der Perspektive der inklusive Sozialgestaltung. Ein Aufruf zu gesellschaftlichem Handeln. | The Corona Crisis from the Perspective of Inclusive Social Development. A call to civic action. Perspectives, 2020-2.