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World Order: Vol 38 No 1

World Order: Vol 38 No 1
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General issue

  • Editorial on Consultation: Seeking a Common Purpose.
  • Jack McLean and Moojan Momen consider the Bahá'ís as a mystic community.
  • The Editors interview John A. Grayzel about the Bahá'í Chair for World Peace at the University of Maryland.
  • Poem by Mary Lucas.
  • The music of poetry, an anthology of poems selected and introduced by Herbert Woodward Martin.
  • Poems by Albino Carrillo, Shahbaz Fatheazam (trans. Guitty Ejtemai), Ray Hudson, Diane Lotfi, J. A. McLean, Herbert Woodward Martin, Peter E. Murphy, June Perkins, Ron Price, Julio Savi, and Jim Stokes.
  • Photographs courtesy Sourav Chowdhury; National Bahá'í Archives, Wilmette, Illinois; Steve Garrigues; and Shari Meyer.
  • World Order: Vol 37 No 4

    World Order: Vol 37 No 4
    Editor: World Order Editorial Board
    Product Code: WO3704
    Publisher: World Order Magazine
    Pages: 48
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    General Issue

  • Editorial on civility, society, and individual freedom.
  • Bahá'í International Community statement on the eradication of violence against women and girls.
  • Moojan Momen on The Bahá'ís as a Mystic Community.
  • Alexandra Humphrey reviews Building Sustainable Peace, edited by Tom Keating and W. Andy Knight (2004).
  • Poems by Bret Breneman, Larry Gates, Diane Lotfi, and Julio Savi.
  • Photographs courtesy Doug Nelson, Shari Meyer, Steve Garrigues, and Melanie Smith.
  • World Order: Vol 37 No 3

    World Order: Vol 37 No 3 : Persecution of Baha'is in Iran and Egypt
    Product Code: WO3703
    Publisher: World Order Magazine
    Pages: 48
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    Genocide and Persecution Issue

  • Editorial on the genocide in Darfur.
  • Robert H. Stockman and Betty J. Fisher update the persecution of the Bahá'ís in Iran and Egypt.
  • An 1867 petition from Bahá'ís in Shushtar, Iran, to the U.S. Congress.
  • Firuz Kazemzadeh translates and introduces Russian documents about Iranian Bahá'ís in Ashgabat and Baku, Iran, 1897 and 1902.
  • Firuz Kazemzadeh reviews Kenneth E. Bowers' God Speaks Again: An Introduction to the Bahá'í Faith (2004).
  • Robert H. Stockman reviews In Service to the Common Good: The American Bahá'í Community's Commitment to Social Change (2004).
  • Photographs courtesy Darko Novakovic, Emrah Turudu, Darius Himes, Glenford E. Mitchell, International Bahá'í Audio-Visual Center, and Steve Garrigues.
  • World Order: Vol 37 No 2

    World Order: Vol 37 No 2
    Product Code: WO3702
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    Robert Hayden Issue

  • Editorial asking Is Religion Necessary?
  • Derik Smith on the maturation of the poetics of Robert Hayden.
  • Glenford E. Mitchell's 1976 interview with Hayden, introduced by Derik Smith.
  • Poems by Robert Hayden.
  • Photographs courtesy David Smith; National Bahá'í Archives, Wilmette, Illinois; and Glenford E. Mitchell.
  • World Order: Vol 36 No 2

    World Order: Vol 36 No 2
    Product Code: WO3602
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    Arts Issue

  • Editorial on historical absolutism versus historical diversity.
  • Adrienne Jervis on Island Life-Robin White in New Zealand and Kiribati.
  • Lynne Yancy on rethinking "There goes our neighborhood" through an analysis of Paula Henderson's paintings of the demolition of the Robert Taylor Homes in Chicago.
  • Anne Gordon Perry reviews an exhibit of the art of Romare Bearden.
  • Nonfiction by B. Barry Darugar about escaping from Iran.
  • Poems by Susan McLaren, Paul Mantle, Valerie Martinez, Ron Price, and Janet Tompkins.
  • Photographs courtesy Steve Garrigues, Robin White, Paula Henderson, Stan Phillips, and Art © Romare Bearden Foundation/Licensed by VAGA, New York, New York.
  • World Order: Vol 36 No 1

    World Order: Vol 36 No 1
    Editor: World Order Editorial Board
    Product Code: WO3601
    Publisher: World Order
    Pages: 48
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    Fiftieth Anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education, 1954, Issue

  • Editorial on Brown v. Board of Education: the beginnings of judicial desegregation in the United States.
  • U.S. Supreme Court Decision, Brown v. Board of Education, 1954.
  • June Manning Thomas' personal memories on school desegregation and social change.
  • Steven Gonzales on the road to Brown.
  • Richard W. Thomas on teaching about Brown v. Board of Education, lessons in race relations for today's history students.
  • Michael L. Penn on reflections on Brown.
  • Ted Amsden on interracial unity and the implications of a judicial deadline.
  • Nancy Branham Songer reflects on the Louis G. Gregory Bahá'í Museum in Charleston, South Carolina.
  • Poems by Carol F. Black, Janet Tomkins, Irving Kelsey, Paul Mantle, and Kurt Hein.
  • Photographs courtesy Steve Garrigues, Stan Phillips, Linsay Carlson, Susan Reed, Paul Slaughter, and National Bahá'í Archives, Wilmette, Illinois.
  • World Order: Winter 2002-2003 Vol. 3402

    World Order: Winter 2002-2003 Vol. 3402
    Editor: Betty J. Fisher
    Product Code: WO3402
    Publisher: The National Spiritual Assembly of The National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'i
    Pages: 56
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    International Criminal Court Issue

  • Editorial on the International Criminal Court as a step toward the peace, security, and well-being of the world.
  • Lloyd Axworthy and Robert Adamson on pursuing world order through international justice and the International Criminal Court.
  • John L. Washburn on negotiating the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.
  • Arash Abizadeh introducing the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.
  • Jim Stokes asking if a common conscience is possible in the modern world.
  • Payam Akhavan reflecting on the historical significance of the ICC.
  • Poems by Paul Mantle, Victorina D'Araujo, and Michael Fitzgerald.
  • Photographs courtesy Jodie Coston, Steve Garrigues, Michael Winger-Bearskin, Harry A. Taylor, Sr., and Della L. Marcus.
  • World Order: Winter 2001-2002, Vol. 33 No. 2

    World Order: Winter 2001-2002, Vol. 33 No. 2
    Editor: Betty J. Fisher
    Product Code: WO3302
    Publisher: The National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States
    Pages: 48
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    Reeducating Ourselves about Gender Issues

  • Editorial on the challenges and rewards for women and men on transforming behavior.
  • Jeanne Gazel on transformative education and how African American women's history challenges traditional historical narrative.
  • Erin Murphy-Graham on why the education of women is not enough.
  • Jia-Yi Cheng-Levine reviews Dangerous Intersections: Feminist Perspectives on Population, Environment, and Development (1999).
  • AfterWord on lessons on international inequality from Afghanistan, eliminating domestic violence in the United States, and the Tahirih Justice Center.
  • Poems by Janet Tomkins and Bret Breneman.
  • Photographs courtesy Stan Phillips, Darius Himes, Nat Daniels, Simintaj Soroushazri, and Steve Garrigues.
  • World Order: Fall 2001, Vol. 33 No. 1

    World Order: Fall 2001, Vol. 33 No. 1
    Editor: Betty J. Fisher
    Product Code: WO3301
    Publisher: The National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States
    Pages: 48
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    Does Race Exist? Issue Editorial on seizing the moment for achieving unity. Algernon Austin on race as neither a biological fact nor social fiction. Arash Abizadeh on ethnicity, race, and a possible humanity. David Diehl and Elizabeth Ansel Kirsch on children and racism and the complexities of culture and cognition. Poems by Druzelle Cederquist, Michael Fitzgerald, and Cynthia Sheperd Jaskwhich. Photographs courtesy Steve Garrigues, Simintaj Soroushazri, and Darius Himes.
    World Order: Summer 2001, Vol. 32 No. 4

    World Order: Summer 2001, Vol. 32 No. 4
    Editor: Dr. Firuz Kazemzadeh
    Product Code: WO3204
    Publisher: The National Spiritual Assembly of The National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'i
    Pages: 48
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    Perspectives on The Promise of World Peace Issue

  • Editorial on the International Criminal Court and the birth pangs of global justice.
  • Leila Rassekh Milani on a case for including women in decision making.
  • Jeffrey S. Gruber on the movement toward a world language seen in indigenization and universalism.
  • Richard W. Thomas on interracial and multiracial unity movements in the U.S., models of world peace.
  • Firuz Kazemzadeh reviews Century of Light (2001).
  • Poems by Janet Tomkins, William P. Collins, Florence DiPasquale Kindel, Michael Fitzgerald, and Diane Huff.
  • Photographs courtesy Stan Phillips, Steve Garrigues, and Hans J. Knospe.
  • World Order: Spring 2001, Vol. 32 No. 3

    World Order: Spring 2001, Vol. 32 No. 3
    Editor: Dr. Firuz Kazemzadeh
    Product Code: WO3203
    Publisher: The National Spiritual Assembly of The National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'i
    Pages: 64
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    Perspectives on the Changing Family Issue

  • Editorial on a member of the family.
  • Martha L. Schweitz on family governance, love, and justice
  • Michael L. Penn on successes and challenges in eradicating gender-based violence.
  • Caren Rosenthal and Leili Towfigh review Thomas Vinterberg's film The Celebration (1998) about truth telling and healing families.
  • Poems by Monica Reller, Diane Huff, and Florence DiPasquale Kindel.
  • Photographs courtesy Stan Phillips and Steve Garrigues; painting by Feng Bin.
  • World Order: Winter 2000-2001 Vol. 32 No. 2

    World Order: Winter 2000-2001 Vol. 32 No. 2
    Editor: Dr. Firuz Kazemzadeh
    Product Code: WO3202
    Publisher: The National Spiritual Assembly of The National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'i
    Pages: 48
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    General Issue

  • Editorial on being confused about culture.
  • Julio Savi on whether the declaration Dominus Iesus is a brake on ecumenism and interfaith dialogue.
  • Peter Murphy reviews America's Favorite Poems: The Favorite Poem Project Anthology (1999).
  • Poems by Marlaina B. Tanny, C. Reid, Anne Lawton Lunt, and Monica Reller.
  • Photographs courtesy Susan Reed, Steve Garrigues, Darius Himes, Allegra Kazemzadeh, and Jeffery Newbury.
  • World Order: Fall 2000, Vol. 32 No. 1

    World Order: Fall 2000, Vol. 32 No. 1
    Editor: Dr. Firuz Kazemzadeh
    Product Code: WO3201
    Publisher: The National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States
    Pages: 48
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    Further Reflections on the Twentieth Century Issue The second of two issues including review essays on significant works of the twentieth century. (See Vol. 31, No. 3 for the first installment.)

  • Editorial on racism-are we ready to answer the question.
  • Points of light, review essays on significant twentieth-century books, second installment.
  • Michael Penn reviews Dudley Fitts' and Robert Fitzgerald's Oedipus Cycle (1977)
  • Gwendolyn Etter-Lewis reviews Toni Morrison's The Beloved (1987); Tsitsi Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions (1989); and the two-volume Black Women in America: An Historical Encyclopedia (1993).
  • Gayle Morrison reviews two books on transmigrations: Robert Hughes' The Fatal Shore (1987) and Edward Ball's Slaves in the Family (1998).
  • Dorothy Marcic reviews books on healthy organizations as building blocks for a new paradigm.
  • U.S. Congressional Concurrent Resolution upholding the rights of the Iranian Bahá'í community (2000).
  • Photographs courtesy Susan Reed and Steve Garrigues; painting courtesy Feng Bin.
  • World Order: Summer 2000, Vol. 31 No. 4

    World Order: Summer 2000, Vol. 31 No. 4
    Editor: Dr. Firuz Kazemzadeh
    Product Code: WO3104
    Publisher: The National Spiritual Assembly of The National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'i
    Pages: 32
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    The 150th Anniversary of the Passing of the Báb Issue

  • Editorial remembering the Báb (1817-50), the Co-Founder of the Bahá'í Faith.
  • Muhammad Afnan's analytic summary of the Báb's Bayán.
  • Howard B. Garey's translation of Gobineau's account of the beginnings of the Bahá'í revelation.
  • Kevin A. Morrison reviews The Cure's Bloodflower (2000) in search of a cure.
  • Poems by Robert G. Wilson, Florence DiPasquale Kindel, and Druzelle Cederquist.
  • Photographs courtesy Genford E. Mitchell, Sepehr Moshtael, and Steve Garrigues; illustration by Ada James.
  • World Order: Spring 2000, Vol. 31 No. 3

    World Order: Spring 2000, Vol. 31 No. 3
    Editor: Dr. Firuz Kazemzadeh
    Product Code: WO3103
    Publisher: The National Spiritual Assembly of The National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'i
    Pages: 56
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    Reflections on the Twentieth Century Issue The first of two issues including review essays on significant works of the twentieth century. (See Vol. 32, No. 1, for the second installment.)

  • Editorial asking if the twentieth century was the century of light.
  • Kevin A. Morrison introduces review essays on significant twentieth-century books.
  • Milan Voykovic reviews Carlo Ginzburg's The Cheese and the Worms (1976).
  • Jim Stokes reviews the history of ideas in F. O. Lovejoy's Great Chain of Being (1933), Erich Auerbach's Mimesis (1953), and C. S. Lewis' Allegory of Love (1936).
  • Gary L. Morrison reviews the dynamics of change and transition in V. Gordon Childe's What Happened in History? (1946), John Cowper Powys' A Romance of the Dark Ages (1951), and Bernard Philippe Groslier's The Art of Indochina (1962).
  • Stephen R. Friberg reviews paradigm shifts in Thomas S. Kuhn's The Structure of Scientific Revolution (1962), Rachel L. Carson's Silent Spring (1962), and Fritjof Capra's The Tao of Physics: An Exploration of the Parallels between Modern Physics and Eastern Mysticism (1975).
  • Geoffry W. Marks reviews the novels of Chaim Potok, finding gold in the clash of cultures.
  • Poems by Nina Marin, Joan Imig Taylor, Diane Huff, and Peter Murphy.
  • Photographs courtesy Steve Garrigues, Camille O'Reilly, and Darius Himes.