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`IRFAN COLLOQUIUM 2010 (in Persian) — Italy


26 June – 2 July 2010

`Irfan Colloquium (in Persian) at Acuto Centre for Baha’i Studies inaugurates a four-year centenary celebration of `Abdu’l-Baha`’s Talks, and significant events associated with His historic travels to the West (1911-1913). `Irfan Colloquium programs include presentations on systematic Baha’i studies of fundamental principles of the Baha’i beliefs, the Writings of the Central Figures of the Baha’i Faith, and the interface of the Baha’i Faith with current intellectual and religious trends. There are also intervals of musical performances.`Irfan Colloquium takes place in an informal and collegiate atmosphere and provides a unique opportunity to meet and associate with those who are interested in systematic Baha’i studies. Participants receive a free set of `Irfan publications. Program starts after dinner on 26 June and ends after dinner on 2 July 2010. The English `Irfan Colloquium begins the same evening

Confirmed speaker:
Dr Shapour Rassekh
Dr Vahid Rafait
Dr Iraj Ayman
Dr Minou Foadi
Dr Armin Esraghi
Dr Arash Arjomandi
Dr Kamran Eqbal

Total charge for accommodation, all meals and registration: 300 Euros

To registers please contact:

The Centre for Baha’i Studies
For registration and reservation of accommodation contact
The Centre for Baha’i Studies
Hotel La Panoramica
Via Capodimonte 49
03010 Acuto (FR)
Tel.: 39-0775-56061
Fax: 39-0775-56841
E-Mail: acuto@bahai.it

For more information on `Irfan Colloquia: www.irfancolloquia.org


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