The Jesuit Historiography Online features four new essays, all available in Open Access:
— Moreno Bonda, “History-Writing and the Philosophy of Language: A Proposal for the Periodization of Early Modern Jesuit Historiography.”
— Róisín Healy, “Jesuits in Germany—Post-Restoration.”
— Teodora Shek Brnardić, “From Acceptance to Animosity: Trajectories of Croatian Jesuit Historiography.”
— Chantal Verdeil, “The Jesuits and the Middle East from the Nineteenth Century to the Present Day: A Historiographical Essay.”
Jesuit Historiography Online is an Open Access resource that will offer more than 70 scholarly essays that summarize the state of scholarship in the variety of fields in Jesuit Studies. The essays explore trends in Jesuit historiography and provide a nuanced, systematic, and in-depth analysis of what has been written—when, why, and by whom.
Access these essays and learn more on the Portal’s dedicated page to the historiographical project.