Jesuit Studies Café

15 September 2020

The Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies and its collaborating partners at the University of Lisbon and the Italian German Historical Institute, invite you to join informal conversations with the world’s preeminent scholars working on the history, spirituality, and educational heritage of the Society of Jesus. These discussions – hosted at the Institute over coffee and also available via Zoom videoconference – are unique opportunities to learn more about the newest and most interesting scholarship in Jesuit Studies.

 

September 17
„Joseph de Jouvancy and The Way to Learn and the Way to Teach“
Cristiano Casalini, Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies
Claude Pavur, S.J., Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies

Info and registration
https://www.bc.edu/content/bc-web/centers/iajs/programs/jesuit-studies-cafe.html

15:20 (Rome Time)


October 22

„Jesuit Science in the Portuguese Assistancy (1540–1759)“
Henrique Leitão, University of Lisbon

15:20 (Rome Time)


November 19

„Filling the Memory Gap. French Jesuit Historians between the Pre-Suppression and the Restored Society of Jesus“
Adina Ruiu, University of Montreal

15:20 (Rome Time)


December 17

„Exiled and Returned Jesuits between Utopian Societies and the Republic of Peru. A transnational history of media (1767-1855)“
Sarah Barthélemy, Université Saint-Louis – Bruxelles

15:20 (Rome Time)