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The Journal of Jesuit Studies is a peer-reviewed quarterly dedicated to the study of Jesuit history, publishing research articles and a substantial number of book reviews.

 

The Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies provided the financial support to make the journal’s first five years available in Open Access, during which time the publication was indexed by both SCOPUS and the Web of Science as monthly downloads increased from 500 to more than 4,000.

 

For that time period, the full contents of the Journal of Jesuit Studies, hosted by Brill Publishers, are available through the Portal’s aggregate search engine and all the relevant research articles appear in the interactive table below.

 

wdt_ID Year Volume Issue Title Author1 Author2 Author3
1 2014 1 1 Editors' Preface Maryks, Robert A. Wright, Jonathan
2 2014 1 1 Jesuit Schools in Europe. A Historiographical Essay Grendler, Paul F.
3 2014 1 1 The Vineyard of Verse Haskell, Yasmin
4 2014 1 1 Jesuit Foreign Missions. A Historiographical Essay Po-chia Hsia, Ronnie
5 2014 1 1 Early Modern Jesuit Arts and Jesuit Visual Culture Levy, Evonne
6 2014 1 1 Early Modern Jesuit Science. A Historiographical Essay Rabin, Sheila J.
7 2014 1 1 Recent Works in Jesuit Philosophy Schloesser, Stephen
8 2014 1 2 Introduction: Jesuit Missionary Perspectives and Strategies McShea, Bronwen Catherine
9 2014 1 2 Assessing Indigenous Forms of Writing Hosne, Ana Carolina
10 2014 1 2 “Infidels” at Home Colombo, Emanuele
Year Volume Title Author1 Author2 Author3