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Bahá’í Studies

This series publishes monographs and other works of distinction in Bahá’í Studies, including the study of the Sacred Texts, theology, law, teachings, and principles of the Bahá’í Faith as well as the history of the Bahá’í religion (including its precursor movements, the Shaykhí school and the Bábí religion), its central figures, and the development of the Bahá’í community. Bahá’í Studies also encompasses the application of Bahá’í teachings and principles to the contemporary needs of humanity including (but not limited to) peace, human rights, ethics, governance, development, gender and family, the environment, the arts, race and ethnic relations, and Aboriginal peoples.

Books in the Bahá’í Studies series are published for the Association for Bahá’í Studies–North America by Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

For more information about the Bahá’í Studies series, please contact the series editor:

John S. Hatcher, PhD
Association for Bahá'í Studies
34 Copernicus Street
Ottawa, ON  K1N 7K4
Phone: (613) 233-1903
Fax: (613) 233-3644

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Religion and Public Discourse in an Age of Transition

Technology, tourism, politics, and law have connected human beings around the world more closely than ever before, but this closeness has, paradoxically, given rise to fear, distrust, and misunderstanding ...