Abstract

This is an empirical study of how ten Baha’i women learn to cultivate a sense of global belonging through mapping and entering the world from a spiritual paradigm. Emerging from the (re)constitution of their identities across place, nations, and religion is a widening of loyalties and expanded belonging.

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Border Crossings: Baha’i Women and Narratives of Learning to be Global Citizens

This is an empirical study of how ten Baha’i women learn to cultivate a sense of global belonging through mapping and entering the world from a spiritual paradigm. Emerging from the (re)constitution of their identities across place, nations, and religion is a widening of loyalties and expanded belonging.