Jesuit Online Bibliography

Institutional Partners


 

The Jesuit Online Bibliography is a collaborative effort that serves as a bridge between Jesuit research centers and archives and the scholars and publishers who use them. The following institutions are partners in that endeavor. Learn more about these institutions and their initiatives by visiting their websites linked below.

 

It is through such partnerships that collaboration will increase between institutions, scholars, and others interested to promote and enhance the inquiry, understanding, and appreciation of the history of the Society of Jesus.

 

To learn more or to become an institutional partner, please contact the project’s editors at: jesuitonlinebibliography@bc.edu.

 


Founding Institutions

 

Archivum Romanum Societatis Iesu (ARSI)

ARSI is located on the grounds of the Jesuit General Curia in Rome. It oversees the archives of the central government for the Society of Jesus. ARSI also has a publishing division, Institutum Historicum Societatis Iesu (IHSI). Founded in 1930, the IHSI has several book series and a biennial, peer-reviewed journal, the Archivum Historicum Societatis Iesu.

Visit ARSI at http://www.sjweb.info/arsi/

 

Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies

Founded at Boston College in 2014, the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies seeks to deepen understanding and appreciation of the history, spirituality, educational heritage, and pedagogical approach of the Society of Jesus through courses, workshops, publications, and scholarly symposia. It offers online courses, operates Jesuit Sources, hosts in-residence fellows, and partners with institutions on a number of digital projects whose contents are aggregated into the Portal to Jesuit Studies.

Visit the Institute at https://www.bc.edu/iajs/

 

Jesuitica

The Jesuitica Project is a collaborative initiative from the University of Leuven (KU Leuven, Belgium) and the Jesuit Region of European Low Countries, the former provinces of the Netherlands and North Belgium (Flanders). Its main goal is to stimulate research into the history and spirituality of the Jesuits by making the rich collections of Jesuit books in the Maurits Sabbe Library accessible and by hosting www.jesuitica.be, a website that offers a virtual portal with digital tools for the research community.

Subscribe to the project's weekly email list -- with announcements of new records and other news -- here: https://www.jesuitica.be/mailinglist/subscribe/.

Visit the Project at www.jesuitica.be

 

 

Institutional Partners

 

The full list of other institutional partners will be released when the database is launched formally.