CONNECTING PEOPLE WITH KARL KÖNIG’S WORK

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The doctor, curative educator and social researcher Karl König founded the Camphill Movement; an international initiative of therapeutic communities for people with special needs. Read his Biography

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Karl König’s ideas, work and publications across a range of subject areas are renowned around the world and have been the inspiration for many initiatives over the years. Learn More

NARRATION OF WORK – BOOK CATALOGUE

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The lifelong work of Karl König is comprehensively chronicled and archived. This is maintained by the Institute and used for all sorts of research and activities, particularly in the publishing of his book volumes. Visit the Karl König Book Catalogue

The Karl König Institute

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The Karl König Institute for Art, Science and Social Life

The Institute is a non-profit organisation that provides the material, financial and idealistic support for the Karl König legacy, particularly via the Archive, books and other publications, related research, as well as various events, activities and initiatives that are organised or collaboratively staged around the world.

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Books and publications catalogue

FEATURED BOOKS

NEW! Stories, Poems and Meditations

A selection of his creative work

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Spiritual Aspects of the Social

Audio book- Two CD's (Only German)

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The Spirit of Camphill

How did the impulse of Dr. Karl König and his young friends as exiles from Nazi Europe grow to become a world-wide movement?

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Kurt Becker: Minderheiten in Deutschland: Assimiliert? Integriert? Diskriminiert? (Only in German)

The Holocaust throws its dark, long shadow into the German present. The relationship of Germans to their minorities, whether we like it or not, remains burdened by Nazi atrocities throughout the ages.

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Kaspar Hauser and Karl König

Karl König's significant work 'The story of Kaspar Hauser', in which he illustrates his deep connection to Kaspar Hauser, who's appearance in Nürnberg is full of riddles

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Alfred Bergel. Skizzen aus einem vergessenen Leben. (Only in German)

(Is in preparation in English for autumn 2019) Traces of a forgotten biography. The artist and art teacher Alfred Bergel was an important childhood friend for Karl König. The first traces of his biography were to be found in König's diaries, revealing new aspects of König's own childhood and youth.

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An insight into the ideas of Karl König

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