About the Irfán Colloquium session #69 (English)
Center for Bahá'í Studies: Acuto ItalyJuly 7–10, 2006.
'IRFÁN COLLOQUIUM IN 2006
The main aims of the 'Irfán Colloquium is promoting systematic studies of the scriptures of the world's religions from the Baha'i perspective and scholarly studies in the sacred writings, verities, and fundamental principles of the belief system of the Baha'i Faith. Colloquium program also includes presentations of the interface between the Baha'i Faith and various religious traditions and schools of thoughts. Annual sessions of the colloquium are held in two successive gatherings, one in Persian and the other in English. 'Irfán is a Persian-Arabic word referring to mystical, theological, and spiritual knowledge. 'Irfán Colloquium provides an opportunity for dialogue, networking and team-building among those engaged in Baha'i studies. It is also a unique occasion for all those attending these gatherings to meet and associate with researchers and scholars and benefit form their presentations. A lighter program including poetry, music and songs is offered in the evenings. Participants receive a set of the 'Irfán publications.
Persian Session: From the evening of 30 June to the evening of 5 July, 2006. An optional group tour to Capri is scheduled for 6 July, 2006.
English Session: From the evening of 7 July to the Lunch time of 10 July 2006
Registration and Reservation:
For registration and reservation of accommodation contact
The Centre for Baha'i Studies
Hotel La Panoramica
Via Capodimonte 49
03010 Acuto (FR), ITALY
Tel: 39-0775-56061 * Fax 39-0775-56841 * E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
For program details of the Persian and English sessions and further information look at: www.irfancolloquium.org