Association for Baha'í Studies

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The Association for Bahá’í Studies "was founded in Canada, in 1975, to promote the systematic study of the Bahá’í Faith and its application to the needs of humanity. Soon afterward, the Association expanded to serve the United States and Canada. Since that time, a network of affiliated Associations has emerged in other regions around the world.

"The Association for Bahá’í Studies – North America – is now a cooperative effort of the National Spiritual Assemblies of the Bahá'ís of Canada, the United States, and Alaska. It operates under the supervision of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of Canada. It holds an annual conference and sponsors occasional seminars and symposia. It publishes a peer-reviewed scholarly journal, The Journal of Baha'í Studies, occasional books and monographs, as well as other publications, including a quarterly ABS Bulletin." [1]



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  1. Background, Association for Baha'í Studies, accessed March 25, 2009.