The Jesuit Online Bibliography is a free, collaborative, multilingual, and fully searchable database of bibliographic records for scholarship in Jesuit Studies produced in the 21st century. This project provides the citations, abstracts, subject categories, and direct links for books, book chapters, journal articles, book reviews, dissertations, conference papers, and other scholarly works related to the study of Jesuits and the Society of Jesus.
The editorial oversight of the Jesuit Online Bibliography is a collaborative effort between Jesuit institutions — the Archivum Romanum Societatis Iesu, the Jesuitica Project at KU Leuven, and the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies at Boston College. Voluntary contributors regularly submit records, and individual scholars, publishers, and librarians are encouraged to contribute as well. Thanks to the project's institutional partners, this resource is available in Open Access. Users also have the option to create a free account to save searches and to bookmark results.
All the records of the Jesuit Online Bibliography are aggregated within the search capabilities of the Portal to Jesuit Studies.
Barbara Ganson's prize-winnging ethnographic study of the Guaraní Indians and the Jesuit missions in Paraguay, Argentina, and Brazil (2003)
Visit the publisher, Stanford University Press.
Dale K. Van Kley's one-volume history of the national expulsions of the Jesuits before their papal suppression (2018)
Visit the publisher, Yale University Press.
Wenceslao Soto's biography of the 16th-century Spanish Jesuit, Alonso de Barzana, one of the first missionaries in Latin America (2018)
Visit the publisher, Mensajero.
Edited by Leo Kenis and Rob Faesen, essays from an international colloquium at KU Leuven examining the Jesuits' impact the development of cultural, scientific and political life in the Low Countries (2012)
Visit the publisher, Peeters Publishing.
Full text is available from the Jesuitica Project at KU Leuven.