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Scholarship from an Aboriginal Perspective

 
AuthorDiana Rose Yoka
 
Title of item
Scholarship from an Aboriginal Perspective
Parent publication   Bahá'í Studies in Australasia vol. 3
 
Publisher of this ed.
Rosebery: Association for Bahá'í Studies Australia
Date of this edition 1996
LanguageEnglish
Permission Fair use (see notes on copyright)
Posted 2011-09-21 by Jonah Winters
Formatted 2011-09-21 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Essays and short articles and Poetry
URLbahai-library.com/yoka_scholarship_aboriginal_perspective
Abstract Scholarship can be demonstrated in our daily lives, through how we interact with each other and put Bahá'u'lláh's admonitions into action; it is not limited to the written word: to have meaning it needs to include experiential learning.
Notes This document is no longer available at its original host; mirrored from archive.org.
Tags Aboriginal people; Indigenous people; Scholarship
Locations Australia
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