Category: Learners

Ain’t I a Woman: The Re-Mix

Racism in America: The Most Challenging Issue Guy Emerson Mount, Gwendolyn Etter-Lewis, Niki Daniels, Robert Stockman When Hermione C. Pickens joined the Wilmette Institute’s course Racism in America: The Most Challenging Issue June 2018, she greeted her fellow learners with

Being Part of the Discussion of How a Champlain Monument Affronts the Mohawk Nation

Indigenous Perspectives on the Sacred 2018 Faculty: Brian O’Flanagan, Ceylan Isgor, Kevin Locke, Richard Hainsworth Three months after Chahbaz Azarkadeh finished the Wilmette Institute course Indigenous Perspectives on the Sacred 2018, the Wilmette Institute staff wrote to ask him how

Why We Don’t Want to Talk about Climate Change—Explained!

Climate Change 2018 Faculty: Christine Muller, Arthur Lyon Dahl, Laurent Mesbah Faced with choosing a final project for the Wilmette Institute course Climate Change 2018, Khela Baskett, a Bahá’í living in Redwood City, California, USA, decided to give a talk

Bahá’í Institutions, the Community, and the Individual: “I Am No Longer a Purely Social Bahá’í”

Judy Russell

Bahá’í Institutions, the Community, and the Individual: Challenges and Changes 2018 Faculty: Barney Leith, Wendi Momen A Bahá’í for forty-six years, an assistant to an Auxiliary Board member for protection, and a veteran of sixteen Wilmette Institute courses, Judy Russell

Wilmette Institute Learner Presents at ‘Irfán Colloquia in Italy

Bahá’í Theology: Concepts of God, Revelation, Manifestation, Creation, Humanity, Afterlife, and Covenant 2017 Faculty: Mikhail Sergeev When Marco Oliviera, a Bahá’í from Portugal, completed the Wilmette Institute’s course Bahá’í Theology: Concepts of God, Revelation, Manifestation, Creation, Humanity, Afterlife, and Covenant

History of Toronto Bahá’í Community Published by Wilmette Institute Learner

Writing Biographies and Histories: Recording Stories of Peoples and Places 2016 Faculty: Thelma Batchelor, Roger Dahl, Robert Stockman, Adam Thorne Marlene Macke, an author and dramatist, has published a history about the Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Bahá’í community in honor of

A Journey of Opportunities: Climate Change and Me

Climate Change 2018 Faculty: Christine Muller, Arthur Lyon Dahl, Laurent Mesbah To the Wilmette Institute’s Climate Change 2018 course, Roger Lutley, who lives in Edwardsville, Illinois, USA, brought an extensive background: a degree in biology from the University of California, Berkeley;

A Personal Journey Aided by Climate Change 2018 Course

Climate Change 2018 Faculty: Christine Muller, Arthur Lyon Dahl, Laurent Mesbah Andrew Scott, from Tunbridge Wells in the United Kingdom, sounds like a lot of us. There is never enough time to read everything he wants to read or to write

Climate Change: From Despair to Understanding to Action

Climate Change 2018 Faculty: Christine Muller, Arthur Lyon Dahl, Laurent Mesbah Brad James, a learner in the Wilmette Institute’s online course Climate Change 2018, found his experience in the course a journey that included despair, then understanding, and finally a commitment

What Healing Means to a Veterinarian: God Is the Ultimate Healer

Health Care and Social Action 2018 Faculty: Babak Etemad, Stephen Karnik, John Safapour Shawna Wishart, a Bahá’í from New Plymouth, New Zealand, set out her goal for the Wilmette Institute’s course on Health Care and Social Action quite succinctly: “My

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