A LECTURE BY BERNADETTE CASTILHO
Author Bernadette Castilho will explore the connection between the 11th-century Italian countess Matilda and the Hudson River School as part of Castilho’s research into the historical development of humanity and anthroposophy’s human biography laws. This year, Castilho published a book about this research, entitled Matilda: The Countess Who Sowed Freedom, Equality, and Fraternity in the 11th Century.
Castilho is a member of the Brazilian Anthroposophical Society and works as life coach, organizational consultant, and human biography counselor. She loves to travel, study languages and get to know the different cultures of this diverse world.
Free and open to the public! Donations welcome.
Lecture held at the Rudolf Steiner Library (351 Fairview Ave, Hudson, NY).
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