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Project

World of Jesuit Archives (WJA) is a collaborative project with Jesuit archives around the world and aims to raise awareness and appreciation of the documentary heritage of the Society of Jesus, the institutions responsible for the conservation of archival material, and the people involved in the management of the collections in which the Society’s history […]

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Partners

Archiv České provincie Tovaryšstva Ježíšova Archív Spoločnosti Ježišovej na Slovensku Archives jésuites de France Archivio storico della Provincia Euro-Mediterranea della Compagnia di Gesù British Jesuit Archives Irish Jesuit Archive

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About Us

A free service provided by the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies, the Portal offers informed direction to some of the richest materials associated with the Society of Jesus located at a variety of websites. The Portal grants online access to a curated and fully searchable collection of important primary sources and some of the latest secondary

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Jesuit Maps

Geohistory is the study of a double relation, of nature to man and of man to nature, the study of action and reaction, mixed, confused, repeated endlessly in the reality of each day.It is indeed the quality, the power of this effort that forces us to reverse the usual approach of the Geographer. Fernand Braudel,

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Digital Database

Jesuit Online Bibliography The Jesuit Online Bibliography is a database of bibliographical records on scholarship (books, chapters, articles, reviews, dissertations, and others materials) in the field of Jesuit Studies. To learn more, please contact jesuitportal@bc.edu. World of Jesuit Archive World of Jesuit Archives s a collaborative project with Jesuit archives around the world and aims

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The Portal’s Collaborators

The Portal’s editors welcome collaborative partners to provide free online access to the some of the richest content associated with the history, spirituality, educational heritage, and pedagogical approach of the Society of Jesus. The Portal’s editors are very pleased to acknowledge the collaborative assistance they receive from the following institutions: Archivum Romanum Societatis Iesu (ARSI)

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The Portal to Jesuit Studies

A free service provided by the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies, the Portal offers informed direction to some of the richest materials associated with the Society of Jesus located at a variety of websites. The Portal grants online access to a curated and fully searchable collection of important primary sources and some of the latest secondary

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Contributing to the Portal

The Portal’s editors—wishing to provide a free, dynamic, collaborative, and ever-going online service to users—welcome contributions to the site. There are two ways users can contribute to the Portal. 1.    You can contribute content. The Portal’s editors welcome contributions of your research, such as important primary sources to be included in the document collection. The

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Contact

The Portal’s editors welcome comments, corrections to posted content, suggestions for new content, and general feedback from users. You can reach the editors through the following means: Email:  iajs@bc.edu Phone: 617-552-2568 Twitter: @jesuitportal (https://twitter.com/JesuitPortal) Mail:   Institute for Advanced Jesuit StudiesAttn: Jesuit Studies PortalBoston College140 Commonwealth AvenueChestnut Hill, MA 02467

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