Douglas M. Sloan--for three decades a professor of history and education at Teachers College, Columbia University--is a curriculum theorist and author. He is a proponent of anthroposophy-based education.
Walther Cloos (born in Darmstadt, Germany 22 June 1900 and died in Ulm, Germany, 30 June 1985) was a pharmacist, alchemist, Anthroposophist, lecturer, researcher, inventor, author and pioneer in anthroposophical pharmacy.
Alan Chadwick (July 27, 1909 – May 25, 1980), English master gardener, was a leading innovator of organic farming techniques and influential educator in the field of biodynamic/French intensive gardening. He was a student of Rudolf Steiner and is often cited as inspirational to the development of the "California Cuisine" movement. The Chadwick restaurant in Beverly Hills was named after him. His grave is marked by a stupa at the Green Gulch Farm Zen Center in California. Chadwick is the subject of a 2013 retrospective by a former University of California, Santa Cruz professor, Paul Lee, called There Is a Garden in the Mind: A Memoir of Alan Chadwick and the Organic Movement in California.
Daphne Olivier (1889- 14 July 1950) was the third daughter of Sydney Haldane Olivier, 1st Baron Olivier, and Margaret Cox; she was sister of Margery (1886–1974), Brynhild (1887–1935) and Noel (1893–1969). She established the first Rudolf Steiner school in England.
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