Quakerism, Its Legacy, and Its Relevance for Gandhian Research now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Quakerism, Its Legacy, and Its Relevance for Gandhian Research by Satish Sharma.
This elaborate book explores Quakerism, its legacy, and its relevance for Gandhian research. The topics covered here include the historical circumstances, conditions, and thought that led to the birth of Quakerism; the seeds and history of the movement; the themes, principles, and practices of the sect; and the aid, change, reform, and conciliation efforts Quakers made to make people, communities, and nations more tolerant, problem-free, and united. As such, the book will appeal to scholars, planners, policy-makers, and practitioners concerned with the boundaries of liberties, freedoms, pacifism, peace, and justice across people, communities, and nations.
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About the Author
Dr Satish Sharma is a Professor and Former Director of School of Social Work at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA. He is recognized internationally, and has been included in many biographical listings from India, England, Hong Kong, and America. He served as Associate Editor and Book Review Editor of New Global Development and International Journal of Contemporary Sociology, serves on the editorial boards of other journals, and advises commercial publishers. He recently finishing publishing a four-book series on “Gandhi’s Teachers,” focused on Rajchandra, Tolstoy, Ruskin, and Thoreau. Additionally, he is the author of Gandhi, Women, and Social Development; Modernism and Planned Social Change; and Migratory Workers and Their Socio-Cultural Adjustment.