Publications

There has been a vast amount written over the years about Camphill and the work that goes on. Here you will find works written either by Camphill co-workers or individuals closely involved in one or more Camphill communities, and research projects undertaken which have involved Camphill School Aberdeen.

A.  BOOKS

 

Advocacy

 

Jackson, R.  (2005)  Advocacy.  In J. Miller (ed)  Care Practice for S/NVQ 3.  London: Hodder Arnold.

 

Jackson, R.  (2004)  Advocacy and Adults with Down Syndrome.  Southsea: Down Syndrome Educational Trust.

 

Gray, B. and Jackson, R.  (2002)  Advocacy and Learning Disability.  London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

 

 

Autism

 

Woodward, B. and Hogenboom, M.  (2002)  Autism: A Holistic Approach.  Edinburgh: Floris Books.

 

 

Bertha König

 

König, B.  (2010)  Recollections of My Life.  Trans. R. Jackson.  Aberdeen: Karl König Institute.

 

 

Camphill Movement

 

Brennan-Krohn, Z.  (2012)  In the Nearness of our Striving: Camphill communities re-imagining disability and society.  Aberdeen: Karl König Institute.

 

Jackson, R.  (ed)  (2011) Discovering Camphill: New Perspectives, Research and Developments.  Edinburgh: Floris Books.

 

Bang, J.  (2010)  A Portrait of Camphill: From founding seed to worldwide movement.  Edinburgh: Floris Books.

 

Nauck, E.  (2009)  We Came...Biographic sketches of the twenty-five participants of the First Camphill Seminar on Curative Education: 1949-1951.  Botton: Private publication.

 

Ritchie, J.  (2008)  Dr Karl König and the Camphill Movement.  In A. Grenville and A. Reiter (eds) Refugee Organisations in Britain: 1933-1945.  The Yearbook of the Research Centre for German and Austrian Exile Studies, 10, 169-182.

 

McKanan, D.  (2007)  Touching the World: Christian communities transforming society.  Collegeville, Minnesota: Liturgical Press.

 

Surkamp, J.  (2007)  The Lives of Camphill: An anthology of the pioneers.  Edinburgh: Floris Books.

 

Jackson, R.  (ed)  (2006)  Holistic Special Education: Camphill Principles and Practice.  Edinburgh: Floris Books.

 

Bock, F.  (ed)  (2004)  The Builders of Camphill - Lives and Destinies of the Founders.  Edinburgh: Floris Books.

 

König, K.  (1993)  The Camphill Movement.  Danby: Camphill Press.

 

Hansmann, H.  (1992)  Education for Special Needs: Principles and Practice in Camphill Schools.  Edinburgh: Floris Books.

 

Christie, N.  (1989)  Beyond Loneliness and Institutions: Communes for extraordinary people.  Oslo: Norwegian University Press.

 

Bloor, M., McKeganey, N. and Fonkert, D.  (1988)  One Foot in Eden: A sociological study of the range of therapeutic community practice.  London: Routledge.

 

 

Family and disability

 

Taylor, M.  (1999)  My Brother, My Sister.  A study of the long-term impact of sibling disability on the brothers and sisters within families.  Aberdeen: Northern College.

 

 

Genetic  syndromes

 

Hogenboom, M.  (1999)  Living with Genetic Syndromes associated with Intellectual Disability.  London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. 

 

 

Hermann Gross

 

Jackson, R.  (2008)  Hermann Gross: Art and Soul.  Edinburgh: Floris Books. 

 

 

Intentional communities

 

McConkey, R., Dunne, J. and Blitz, N.  (2009)  Building Relationships and Community with People with Intellectual Disabilities.  Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

 

Bang, J.  (2005) Ecovillages: A practical guide to sustainable communities.  Edinburgh: Floris Books. 

 

 

Karl König

 

König, K.  (2011)  At the Threshold of the Modern Age.  Edinburgh: Floris Books.

 

König, K.  (2011)  Becoming Human: A Social Task - The threefold social order.  Edinburgh: Floris Books.

 

Steele, R.  (ed)  (2011)  Communities for Tomorrow.  Edinburgh: Floris Books.

 

König, K.  (2010) The Calendar of the Soul.  Edinburgh: Floris Books.

 

König, K.  (2010)  An Inner Journey through the Year: Soul images and the calendar of the soul.  Edinburgh: Floris Books.

 

König, K.  (2009)  The Child with Special Needs.  Edinburgh: Floris Books.

 

König, K.  (2009)  Seeds for Social Revival: The Camphill village conferences.  Edinburgh: Floris Books.

 

König, K.  (2008)  Karl König: My task.  Edinburgh: Floris Books.

 

Konig, K.  (2008)  Karl König’s Path into Anthroposophy: Reflections from his diary.  Edinburgh: Floris Books.

Selg, P.  (ed)  (2008)  Ita Wegman and Karl König: Letters and documents.  Edinburgh: Floris Books. 

 

 

Spiritual well-being

 

Crompton, M. and Jackson, R.  (2004)  Spiritual Well-being of Adults with Down Syndrome.  Southsea: Down Syndrome Educational Trust.

 

 

 

B.  ARTICLES

 

(An article which has been published in a peer reviewed journal is marked with an asterisk.)

 

 

Advocacy

 

Jackson, R.  (2005)  Does advocacy have a future?  Journal of Developmental Disabilities/Le journal sur les handicaps du développement, 12(1): 19-30.*

 

 

Arts and crafts

 

Costa, A.  (2009)  Heads, hands and heart.  Special Children, 34-35.  (August/September).

 

 

Autism

 

Menzinger, B. and Jackson, R.  (2009)  The effects of light intensity and noise on the classroom behaviour of pupils with Asperger syndrome.  British Journal of Learning Support, 24(4): 170-175.*

 

Walter, C.  (2008)  Intensive interaction with autistic children.  Relational Child and Youth Care Practice, 21(2): 60-70.*

 

 

Camphill Movement 

 

Garfat, T.  (2011)  Discovering Camphill: A personal narrative.  Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care, 11(2): 36-47.

 

Jackson, R.  (2011)  Camphill communities: orthodoxies challenged.  CYC-Online November/ Issue 153.

http://www.cyc-net.org/cyc-online/nov2011.pdf#page=20

 

Peucker, P.  (2008)  Archives receive valuable manuscripts.  Voices from the Past (Newsletter from the Moravian Archives, Bethlehem PA), Issue 11 (November), 1-2.

 

Jackson, R.  (2008)  The Camphill Movement: The Moravian dimension.  Journal of Moravian History, 5: 89-100.*

 

Jackson, R.  (2006)  The Camphill Movement: The vision of Karl König.  Encounter: Education for Meaning and Social Justice, 19(3): 45-48.

 

Smith, M.  (2005)  Dare to be different.  The International Child and Youth Care Network.  Issue 77  (June)

www.cyc-net.org/cyc-online/cycol-0605-smith.html

 

Hart, N. and Monteux, A.  (2004)  An introduction to Camphill communities and the BA in Curative Education.  Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care, 3(1): 67-74.*

 

Baron, S. and Haldane, D.  (1991)  Approaching Camphill: From the boundary.  British Journal of Special Education, 18(2), 75-78.*

 

 

Hermann Gross

 

Jackson, R.  (2011)  Hermann Gross: subversive Luftwaffe artist.  War, Literature & the Arts.*

http://wlajournal.com/23_1/images/jackson.pdf

 

Jackson, R.  (2010)  Hermann Gross: some final reflections.  The International Child and Youth Care Network, CYC-Online, Issue 135 (May) http://www.cyc-net.org/cyc-online/cyconline-may2010-jackson.html

 

Jackson, R.  (2010)  Child care: masks and masquerades.  The International Child and Youth Care Network, CYC-Online, Issue 134 (April) http://cyc-net.org/cyc-online/cyconline-apr2010-jackson.html

 

Jackson, R.  (2010)  Representation of children in art: Hermann Gross. The International Child and Youth Care Network, CYC-Online, Issue 132 (February) http://cyc-net.org/cyc-online/cyconline-feb2010-jackson.html

 

Jackson, R.  (2009)  Representation of children in art: Hermann Gross.  Relational Child and Youth Care Practice, 22(3): 20-29.*

 

Jackson, R.  (2008)  Hermann Gross: War artist.  Scottish Society for Art History Newsletter, 4-7.  (Spring/Summer)

 

Jackson, R.  (2006)  Hermann Gross: An artist’s odyssey from Berlin via Paris to Bieldside.  Aberdeen University Review, 61(4): 262-278.* 

 

 

Intellectual disability

 

Jackson, R. and Irvine, H.  (2012)  The impact of ideology on provision of services for people with a learning disability.  International Journal of Developmental Disabilities, 58(1).

 

Jackson, R.  (2011)  Challenges of residential and community care: ‘the times they are a-changin’  Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 55(9): 933-944.*

 

Jackson, R.  (2010)  Current challenges to the quality of social care services for people with intellectual disabilities in the UK.  Research, Policy and Planning, 28(1): 17-27.* 

 

 

Nature Nurture

 

Harrison, T.  (2010)  Lessons from the natural world.  Special Children, 18-20. (February/March) 

 

 

Residential child care

 

Jackson, R.  (2011)  The case for professional candour.  CYC-Online, Issue 154: 45-47.  (December)

 

 

 Residential special schooling

 

Jackson, R.  (2010)  In step with the child.  Special Children, 36-38.  (June/July)

 

Jackson, R.  (2008)  Residential special education, market forces and integration: caught between a rock and a hard place?  Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care, 7(2):41-49.*

 

Cushing, P.  (2008)  Enriching research on developmental disability: the fieldwork advantage.  Anthropology News  (American Anthropological Association) April 2008, 15-16.*

 

Walter, C.  (2007)  The story of Matthew: an ecological approach to assessment.  Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care, 6(1): 45-53.*

 

Jackson, R.  (2004)  Residential special schooling: the inclusive option!  Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care, 3(2): 17-32.*

 

 

Social pedagogy

 

Alfred, L. (2014)  Camphill’s approach: relevant and effective for today’s vulnerable learners. Education in the North, University of Aberdeen. Volume 21 (Issue: Special Issue) (2014) 

 

Jackson, R.  (2011)  The origin of Camphill and the social pedagogic impulse.  Educational Review, 63(1): 95-104.

 

Hart, N. and Monteux, A.  (2009)  The first pedagogy degree on UK shores.  Working it Out, Issue 3, 6-7, Edinburgh: ChildrenInScotland.

 

Jackson, R.  (2006)  The role of social pedagogy in the training of residential child care workers.  Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 10(1): 61-73. 

 

 

Spiritual well-being

 

Jackson, R.  (2003)  The spiritual dimension in child and youth care work.  The International Child and Youth Care Network, Issue 57, (October) http://www.cyc-net.org/cyc-online/cycol-1003-spiritualneeds.html

 

Jackson, R.  and Monteux, A.  (2003)  Promoting the spiritual well-being of children and young people with special needs.  Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care, 2(1): 52-54.*