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The Resource The Jesuits II : cultures, sciences, and the arts, 1540-1773, edited by John W. O'Malley, Gauvin Alexander Bailey, Steven J. Harris, T. Frank Kennedy

The Jesuits II : cultures, sciences, and the arts, 1540-1773, edited by John W. O'Malley, Gauvin Alexander Bailey, Steven J. Harris, T. Frank Kennedy

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The Jesuits II : cultures, sciences, and the arts, 1540-1773
Title
The Jesuits II
Title remainder
cultures, sciences, and the arts, 1540-1773
Statement of responsibility
edited by John W. O'Malley, Gauvin Alexander Bailey, Steven J. Harris, T. Frank Kennedy
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • lat
  • lat
  • eng
Cataloging source
NLC
Dewey number
271/.53
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
BX3706.3
LC item number
.J48 2006
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1954-
  • 1948-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • O'Malley, John W.
  • Bailey, Gauvin A.
  • Harris, Steven
  • Kennedy, T. Frank
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Jesuits
  • Jesuits
  • Jesuits
  • Christianity and culture
  • Christianity and culture
  • Christianity and culture
Label
The Jesuits II : cultures, sciences, and the arts, 1540-1773, edited by John W. O'Malley, Gauvin Alexander Bailey, Steven J. Harris, T. Frank Kennedy
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Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Essays originally presented as papers at a conference held in 2002
  • Reprinted in paperback 2016
Accompanying material
1 CD-ROM
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • two-dimensional moving image
Content type code
  • txt
  • tdi
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Revolutionary pedagogues?: how Jesuits used education to change society
  • Judi Loach
  • The Jesuit garden
  • Peter Davidson
  • Jesuit uses of art in the province of Flanders
  • Jeffrey Muller
  • Meditation, ministry and visual rhetoric in Peter Paul Rubens's program for the Jesuit Church in Antwerp
  • Anna C. Knaap
  • Art in the service of God: the impact of the Society of Jesus on the decorative arts in Portugal
  • Nuno Vassallo e Silva
  • Every tub on its own bottom: funding a Jesuit college in early modern Europe
  • Cultural convergence at the ends of the earth: the unique art and architecture of the Jesuit missions to the Chiloé archipelago (1608-1767)
  • Gauvin Alexander Bailey
  • The rural churches of the Jesuit haciendas on the southern Peruvian coast
  • Humberto Rodriguez-Camilloni
  • Suzhou prints and Western perspective: the painting techniques of Jesuit artists at the Qing Court, and dissemination of the contemporary court style of painting to mid-eighteenth-century Chinese society through woodblock prints
  • Hiromitsu Kobayashi
  • Picturing Jesuit anti-Copernican consensus: astronomy and biblical exegesis in the engraved title page of Clavius's Opera mathematica (1612)
  • Volker Remmert --
  • Olwen Hufton
  • The Jesuits and the art of translation in early modern Europe
  • Peter Burke
  • Join the Jesuits, see the world: early modern women in Spain and the Society of Jesus
  • Elizabeth Rhodes
  • Between history and myth: The Monita secreta Societatis Jesu
  • Sabina Pavone
  • Science and enlightenment in eighteenth-century Spain: the contribution of the Jesuits before and after the expulsion
  • Victor Navarro Brotóns
  • The reception of a theory: a provisional syllabus of Boscovich literature, 1746-1800
  • Ugo Baldini
  • 'A certain indulgence': music at the Jesuit college in Paris, 1575-1590
  • David Crook
  • Between stage and divine service: Jesuits and theatrical music
  • Franz Korndle
  • Sung catechism and college opera: two musical genres in the Jesuit evangelization of colonial Chile
  • Victor Rondon
  • Jesuit influences on Galileo's science
  • The orator's performance: gesture, word, and image in theatre at the Collegio Romano
  • Bruna Filippi
  • The Jesuit stage and theatre in Milan during the eighteenth century
  • Giovanna Zanlonghi
  • 'Lascivi Spettacoli': Jesuits and theatre (from the underside)
  • Michael Zampelli
  • Grammar and virtue: the formulation of a cultural and missionary program by the Jesuits in early colonial Peru
  • Sabine MacCormack --
  • William A. Wallace
  • Utility, edification, and superstition: Jesuit censorship and Athanasius Kircher's Oedipus Aegyptiacus
  • Daniel Stolzenberg
  • Teaching mathematics in Jesuit schools: programs, course content, and classroom practices
  • Antonella Romano
  • Entering dangerous ground: Jesuits teaching astrology and chiromancy in Lisbon
  • Henrique Leitao
  • Between the rigorist hammer and the deist anvil: the fate of the Jesuits in eighteenth-century France
  • Marc Fumaroli
  • The expulsion of the Jesuits and the treatment of Catholic representational objects during the French Revolution
  • Richard Clay
  • The Gang of Four and the campaign against the Jesuits in eighteenth-century Brazil
  • Dauril Alden
  • Twilight in the Imperial City: the Jesuit mission in China, 1748-1760
  • Ronnie Po-Chia Hsia
  • Boscovich in the Balkans: a Jesuit perspective on orthodox Christianity in the age of Enlightenment
  • Larry Wolff
  • The problematic acquisition of indigenous languages: practices and contentions in missionary specialization in the Jesuit province of Peru (1568-1640)
  • A Jesuit 'Beata' at the time of the suppression in the viceroyalty of Rio de la Plata: Maria Antonia de Paz y Figueroa, 1730-1799
  • Alicia Fraschina
  • The post-suppression Society of Jesus in the United States and Russia: two unlikely settings
  • Daniel L. Schlafly, Jr.
  • Jesuit opera in seventeenth-century Vienna: Patientis Christi memoria by Johann Bernard Staudt (1654-1712)
  • T. Frank Kennedy
  • Aliocha Maldavsky
  • The uses of shamanism: evangelizing strategies and missionary models in seventeenth-century Brazil
  • Charlotte de Castelnau-L'Estoile
  • Jesuits, too: Jesuits, women catechists, and Jezebels in Christian-century Japan
  • Haruko Nawata Ward
  • Clockwork and the Jesuit mission in China
  • Catherine Pagani
Control code
ocm58544930
Dimensions
24 cm +
Extent
xxxvi, 905 pages
Isbn
9781487520687
Lccn
2006280170
Media category
  • unmediated
  • video
Media MARC source
  • rdamedia
  • rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
  • v
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)58544930
Label
The Jesuits II : cultures, sciences, and the arts, 1540-1773, edited by John W. O'Malley, Gauvin Alexander Bailey, Steven J. Harris, T. Frank Kennedy
Link
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Essays originally presented as papers at a conference held in 2002
  • Reprinted in paperback 2016
Accompanying material
1 CD-ROM
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • two-dimensional moving image
Content type code
  • txt
  • tdi
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Revolutionary pedagogues?: how Jesuits used education to change society
  • Judi Loach
  • The Jesuit garden
  • Peter Davidson
  • Jesuit uses of art in the province of Flanders
  • Jeffrey Muller
  • Meditation, ministry and visual rhetoric in Peter Paul Rubens's program for the Jesuit Church in Antwerp
  • Anna C. Knaap
  • Art in the service of God: the impact of the Society of Jesus on the decorative arts in Portugal
  • Nuno Vassallo e Silva
  • Every tub on its own bottom: funding a Jesuit college in early modern Europe
  • Cultural convergence at the ends of the earth: the unique art and architecture of the Jesuit missions to the Chiloé archipelago (1608-1767)
  • Gauvin Alexander Bailey
  • The rural churches of the Jesuit haciendas on the southern Peruvian coast
  • Humberto Rodriguez-Camilloni
  • Suzhou prints and Western perspective: the painting techniques of Jesuit artists at the Qing Court, and dissemination of the contemporary court style of painting to mid-eighteenth-century Chinese society through woodblock prints
  • Hiromitsu Kobayashi
  • Picturing Jesuit anti-Copernican consensus: astronomy and biblical exegesis in the engraved title page of Clavius's Opera mathematica (1612)
  • Volker Remmert --
  • Olwen Hufton
  • The Jesuits and the art of translation in early modern Europe
  • Peter Burke
  • Join the Jesuits, see the world: early modern women in Spain and the Society of Jesus
  • Elizabeth Rhodes
  • Between history and myth: The Monita secreta Societatis Jesu
  • Sabina Pavone
  • Science and enlightenment in eighteenth-century Spain: the contribution of the Jesuits before and after the expulsion
  • Victor Navarro Brotóns
  • The reception of a theory: a provisional syllabus of Boscovich literature, 1746-1800
  • Ugo Baldini
  • 'A certain indulgence': music at the Jesuit college in Paris, 1575-1590
  • David Crook
  • Between stage and divine service: Jesuits and theatrical music
  • Franz Korndle
  • Sung catechism and college opera: two musical genres in the Jesuit evangelization of colonial Chile
  • Victor Rondon
  • Jesuit influences on Galileo's science
  • The orator's performance: gesture, word, and image in theatre at the Collegio Romano
  • Bruna Filippi
  • The Jesuit stage and theatre in Milan during the eighteenth century
  • Giovanna Zanlonghi
  • 'Lascivi Spettacoli': Jesuits and theatre (from the underside)
  • Michael Zampelli
  • Grammar and virtue: the formulation of a cultural and missionary program by the Jesuits in early colonial Peru
  • Sabine MacCormack --
  • William A. Wallace
  • Utility, edification, and superstition: Jesuit censorship and Athanasius Kircher's Oedipus Aegyptiacus
  • Daniel Stolzenberg
  • Teaching mathematics in Jesuit schools: programs, course content, and classroom practices
  • Antonella Romano
  • Entering dangerous ground: Jesuits teaching astrology and chiromancy in Lisbon
  • Henrique Leitao
  • Between the rigorist hammer and the deist anvil: the fate of the Jesuits in eighteenth-century France
  • Marc Fumaroli
  • The expulsion of the Jesuits and the treatment of Catholic representational objects during the French Revolution
  • Richard Clay
  • The Gang of Four and the campaign against the Jesuits in eighteenth-century Brazil
  • Dauril Alden
  • Twilight in the Imperial City: the Jesuit mission in China, 1748-1760
  • Ronnie Po-Chia Hsia
  • Boscovich in the Balkans: a Jesuit perspective on orthodox Christianity in the age of Enlightenment
  • Larry Wolff
  • The problematic acquisition of indigenous languages: practices and contentions in missionary specialization in the Jesuit province of Peru (1568-1640)
  • A Jesuit 'Beata' at the time of the suppression in the viceroyalty of Rio de la Plata: Maria Antonia de Paz y Figueroa, 1730-1799
  • Alicia Fraschina
  • The post-suppression Society of Jesus in the United States and Russia: two unlikely settings
  • Daniel L. Schlafly, Jr.
  • Jesuit opera in seventeenth-century Vienna: Patientis Christi memoria by Johann Bernard Staudt (1654-1712)
  • T. Frank Kennedy
  • Aliocha Maldavsky
  • The uses of shamanism: evangelizing strategies and missionary models in seventeenth-century Brazil
  • Charlotte de Castelnau-L'Estoile
  • Jesuits, too: Jesuits, women catechists, and Jezebels in Christian-century Japan
  • Haruko Nawata Ward
  • Clockwork and the Jesuit mission in China
  • Catherine Pagani
Control code
ocm58544930
Dimensions
24 cm +
Extent
xxxvi, 905 pages
Isbn
9781487520687
Lccn
2006280170
Media category
  • unmediated
  • video
Media MARC source
  • rdamedia
  • rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
  • v
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)58544930

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