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Seneca Falls First Woman's Rights Convention of 1848

AuthorBradford W. Miller
Title of item
Seneca Falls First Woman's Rights Convention of 1848
Subtitle of item
The Sacred Rites of the Nation
Parent publication   Journal of Bahá'í Studies
Publisher of this ed.
Ottawa: Association for Bahá'í Studies North America
Date of this edition 1998
Permission author and publisher
Posted 2011-06-06 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Published Articles
Abstract Explores parallels between the Seneca Fails First Woman’s Rights Convention in the USA and the Badasht Conference in Iran, both in July 1848, in terms of the emancipation of women.
Notes See also author's Returning to Seneca Falls: The First Women's Rights Convention and Its Meaning for Men Today: A Journey into the Historical Soul of America (Lindisfarne Books, 1995), online at amazon.

See also The Calling: Tahirih of Persia and Her American Contemporaries (Ahdieh and Chapman, 2017).

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Tags Conference of Badasht; Equality; Gender; History (general); Human rights; Quddus; Tahirih; Veils; Women
Locations Seneca Falls; New York; United States; Badasht; Iran (documents)
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