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A Jesuit Culture of Records?: The Society of Jesus, the Life Cycle of Administrative Documents, and the Late Medieval and Early Modern History of Bureaucratic Information, by Markus Friedrich

A Jesuit Culture of Records?: The Society of Jesus, the Life Cycle of Administrative Documents, and the Late Medieval and Early Modern History of Bureaucratic Information   Markus Friedrich Universität Hamburg   Originally published: March 1, 2021 DOI: 10.51238/ISJS.2019.06     Prologue: A Broader Point This essay is part of a broader agenda. Together with

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May 2018: Lyon Hosts Symposium on Jesuits and Protestants

On May 24, a two-day symposium begins at l’Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3 to consider Jesuit-Protestant relationships from the Reformation to the 21st century. “Jésuites et protestants, XVIe-XXIe siècles” has been organized by Yves Krumenacker (université Lyon 3) and Philippe Martin (université Lyon 2).   The event features presentations by fifteen scholars on a range

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Ignatius on Health (1556)

As the rector at Leuven, Adrian Adriaenssens frequently consulted Ignatius on a variety of questions. In this letter, Ignatius addresses Adriaenssens’s problem of how to provide the proper food for his scholastics who are of different nationalities and physical constitutions. While Ignatius recommends having all get used to the ordinary local diet, he is clear

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Ignatius on Reading (1553)

Hannibal Coudret was one of the early Jesuits sent to the college at Messina, the first to be founded explicitly and primarily for the education of lay students by members of the Society of Jesus. In many ways, it became a model for later Jesuit schools. Some of the humanistic-classical texts adopted for study in

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