For over 50 years Chris and Signe Schaefer have been discussing and working for social change. Their ongoing conversation—on whether change happens through systemic and structural transformation, through individual development, or is reliant on both—is reflected in their two new books:
This November, join the Schaefers for an evening of dialogue about human development, social transformation, and the struggles of our times, with short readings from their new books.
Friday evening, November 22, at 7:30pm in Upper Brookside
This event is free and open to the public.
(Also check out Chris’s workshop the following Saturday morning.)
About the Schaefers
Chris and Signe Schaefer each have a long history of teaching, first at Emerson College in England and then, for many years, at Sunbridge College, where Signe directed the Foundation Studies and Biography programs and Chris directed the Waldorf School Administration and Community Development program; they also both served on the Sunbridge Board. In the years since, Signe co-founded the Center for Biography and Social Art, and Chris has facilitated organization and community development with Waldorf schools and other institutions; he is also co-director of the Center for Social Research at the Hawthorne Valley Association.
Signe is the author of Why on Earth? – Biography and the Practice of Human Becoming, as well as a co-author of Ariadne’s Awakening and co-editor of More Lifeways. Chris’s previous books include Partnerships of Hope: Building Waldorf School Communities and Vision in Action: Working with Soul and Spirit in Small Organizations. Now retired from teaching, the couple lives in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.