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Albert Schmelzer

Albert Schmelzer (b. 1950) taught history, German, and art history for many years at the Mannheim Waldorf School. Since 2011, he has been a professor at Alanus University, where he focuses on Waldorf pedagogy and crosscultural dialogue. He has written seven books and dozens of articles. His work on the history of the 1919 social threefolding campaign was accepted as a doctoral dissertation at Ruhr University in Bochum, Germany.

Books by Albert Schmelzer :

The Threefolding Movement, 1919

A History: Rudolf Steiner’s Campaign for a Self-governing, Self-managing, Self-educating Society
Translated by Edward H. Udell