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Boris Handal has taught in schools and universities for over twenty-five years in Australia, Asia and Latin America. He has written extensively on a variety of educational issues in professional journals in USA, United Kingdom, Australia, Latin America and Southeast Asia. Born in Peru, Boris earned a Masters of education from Edith Cowan University and a Doctorate of Education from the University of Sydney. He teaches at the University of Technology Sydney and is a co-editor of Reflections. His publications in the area of oriental studies include 19th century Persian history, comparative theology, human rights of the Iranian Bahá'í community and the hispanic-arabic influence in the Latin American culture.


Publications available on IDEA:

From Moorish Cordova To The Bahá'ís Of Iran: Islamic Tolerance And Intolerance
September 8, 2007 Vol.12, No.1