Baha'i Studies Review (Journal)

ISSN 13548697 , ONLINE ISSN 20401701

The Baha’i Studies Review (1991–2015) is a platform for academic studies of the Baha’i Faith. The journal publishes papers, short research notes and essays, debate about methodological issues, commentaries and book reviews. It also publishes translations of Baha’i scriptures, historical documents and reports. 
 
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Category: Cultural Studies


Co-Editors

Barney Leith
barney.leith@bahai.org.uk

Brendan McNamara
info@normac.ie


Co-Editors

Barney Leith
barney.leith@bahai.org.uk

Brendan McNamara
info@normac.ie

Co-Editors

Barney Leith
barney.leith@bahai.org.uk

Brendan McNamara
info@normac.ie

Co-Editors

Barney Leith
barney.leith@bahai.org.uk

Brendan McNamara
info@normac.ie

Download the Notes for Contributors here:


Baha’i Studies Review was published between 1991–2015 (vols 1–21). 

Co-Editors

Barney Leith
barney.leith@bahai.org.uk

Brendan McNamara
info@normac.ie

Editorial Board

William Collins
Library of Congress

Arthur Dahl
United Nations Environment Programme

Nazila Ghanea
University of Oxford

Will van den Hoonaard
University of New Brunswick

Moojan Momen
Bedfordshire, Independent Scholar

Ulf Petresson
University of Goteborg

Sholeh Quinn
Ohio University

Peter Smith
Mahidol University International College

Mina Yazdani

Co-Editors

Barney Leith
barney.leith@bahai.org.uk

Brendan McNamara
info@normac.ie

Contents

  • Volume (20): Issue (1)
  • Cover date: 2014


Co-Editors

Barney Leith
barney.leith@bahai.org.uk

Brendan McNamara
info@normac.ie

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