Andrew Wolpert GENDER QUESTIONS in the 21st Century – can anthroposophy bring insight into the search for gender identity ?
Anthroposophy in Au_Victoria branch
3pm-5pm A PUBLIC TALK by Andrew Wolpert, UK visiting speaker and educator.
Gender Questions in 21st Century and anthroposophy. Can anthroposophy bring insight to the search for gender identity? - human evolution and reincarnation perspectives.
Betty Day Community Centre, 67 Argyle Street, ST KILDA. Entry: $15.00, concession $10.00 Street parking and in Bath Street, accessed from Inkerman Street. Public Transport accessible via St. Kilda Rd. or Chapel St. Tram Routes (from Windsor Train Station).
Andrew Wolpert is a scholar who lectures internationally. His work includes lectures, seminars and courses in the fields of Art History, Shakespeare, Parzival, Christology and other anthroposophical themes. He led the Spirit of English Course at Emerson College for 17 years and was co-editor of the ‘Golden Blade’ magazine. Currently he is working at the Waldorf Teacher Training Seminar and at the Priests Seminar in Stuttgart.
These public talks aim to give an insight into the remarkable range of Rudolf Steiner’s work and how it can bring meaning to the essential questions of our time.
Presented by the Anthroposophical Society in Australia, Victoria Branch and supported by the Ligsma Kirpe Trust.
Enquiries to David: [email protected]
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