In June 2016, the International Symposium on Jesuit Studies took place at the Jesuit Historical Institute of Africa and Madagascar in Nairobi, Kenya.
Emerging from the second symposium, Encounters between Jesuits and Protestants in Africa offers two introductory essays (one by Robert Maryks and the other by Festo Mkenda, S.J.) and 12 chapters. Due to support from the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies, the book’s contents appear in open access, and its chapters are available for download at no cost.
Memories of Earlier Missions
Following in Jesuit Footsteps: British Expeditions to Ethiopia in the Early Victorian Era
— Jesse Sargent
A Protestant Verdict on the Jesuit Missionary Approach in Africa: David Livingstone and Memories of the Early Jesuit Presence in South Central Africa
— Festo Mkenda, S.J.
Encounters in Southern Africa
Jesuits and Protestants in South Africa, 1685–2015
— Anthony Egan, S.J.
Encounters between Jesuit and Protestant Missionaries in Their Approaches to Evangelization in Zambia
— Choobe Maambo, S.J.
Soror nostra es: Jesuits, Protestants, and Political Elites in Southern Africa among the Shona and the Ndebele, 1889–1900
— Aquinata Agonga
Jesuit Portraits of Protestant Missionary Activity in Southern Africa in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
Wilfred Sumani, S.J.
Encounters in Madagascar, Congo, and Fernando Po
Jesuits and Protestants in Nineteenth-Century Madagascar
— Jocelyn Rabeson, S.J.
Jesuit–Protestant Encounters in Colonial Congo in the Late Nineteenth Century: Perceptions, Prejudices, and the Competition for African Souls
— Toussaint Kafarhire Murhula, S.J.
The Adulteresses Were Reformers: The Perception and Position of Women in the Religious Fight of Fernando Po, 1843–1900
— Jean Luc Enyegue, S.J.