Baha'i Studies Review
ISSN: 13548697
Online ISSN: 20401701
First published in 1991
1 issues per volume
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American Theological Library Association (ALTA) Religion Database; Current Abstracts; Humanities International Complete; Humanities International Index; Index Islamicus; PQ Religion; Science & Technology Collection.

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