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Abstract:
Articles from a conference held at the University of Copenhagen in 2001.

Bahá'í and Globalisation

edited by Margit Warburg.
Denmark: Aarhus University Press, 2005
Introduction, by Margit Warburg7
Part I: Diachronic Perspectives
1.The Messianic Roots of Babi-Baha’i Globalism
Stephen Lambden
17
2.Globalization and the Hidden Words
Todd Lawson
35
3.Globalization and Religion in the Thought of ‘Abdu’l-Baha
Juan R. I. Cole
55
4.The Globalization of the Baha’i Community: 1892-1921
Moojan Momen
77
5.The Baha’i Faith and Globalization 1900-1912
Robert Stockman
95
6.Iranian Nationalism and Baha’i Globalism in Iranian Polemic Literature
Fereydun Vahman
107
7.Global Claims, Global Aims: An Analysis of Shoghi Effendi’s The World Order of Bahá’u’lláh
Zaid Lundberg
119
8.Baha’i and Ahmadiyya: Globalisation and Images of Modernity
Morten Warmind
141
9.The Dual Global Field: A Model for Transnational Religions and Globalisation
Margit Warburg
153
Part II: Some Synchronic Themes
10.Globalization and Decentralization: The Concept of Subsidiarity in the Baha’i Faith
Wendi Momen
175
11.The Globalization of Information: Baha’i Constructions of the Internet
David Piff
195
12.The Canadian Baha’is 1938–2000: Constructions of Oneness in Personal And Collective Identity
Lynn Echevarria
221
13.Etching the Idea of ‘Unity in Diversity’ in the Baha’i Community: Popular Opinion and Organizing Principle
Will van den Hoonaard
245
14.Baha’i Meets Globalisation: A New Synergy?
Sen McGlinn
269
15.Baha’ism: Some Uncertainties about its Role as a Globalizing Religion
Denis MacEoin
287
Contributors307

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