Jesuit Tradition in Education
450 Year Perspective
Part One: The Jesuit Order: Formation and Education
Quest for Identity: The Ideals of Jesuit Education in the Sixteenth Century, by Francesco C. Cesareo
Mysticism as Biology and Educational Foundation in Ignatius de Loyal, by Antonio T. De Nicolas
Parents and Children in the Sermons of Pere Bourdaloue: A Jesuit Perspective on the Early Modern Family, by Lawrence Wolff
Social Order, Social Reform, and the Society of Jesus, by Peter McDonough
Policies and Predicaments for the Jesuit Educational Mission from the Past Three General Congregations, by Thomas Faase
Jesuit Education in America, by Joseph A. O'hare, S.J.
Theology in the Jesuit University: Reassessing the Ignatian Vision, by Paul G. Crowley, S.J.
Jesuit Contribution to the Culture of Modernity in Latin America: An Essay toward a Critical Understanding, by Allan Figueroa Deck, S.J.
The Influence of Ignatian Spirituality on Women's Teaching Orders in the United States, by Margaret Gorman, R.S.C.J.
Part Two: The Jesuit Tradition: History, Missions, and Cultural Insight
The Peruvian Indian through Jesuit Eyes: The Case of José de Acosta and Pablo José
de Arriaga, by Luis Martín
An Integrated Perspective: Music and Art in the Jesuit Reductions of Paraguay, by T. Frank Kennedy, S.J.
Kino: On People and Places, Charles W. Polzer, S.J.
"Faith Enters by the Ear": Missionary Linguistics in the Pacific Northwest, by Gerald McKevitt, S.J.
The Jesuits in Africa, by John Orr Dwyer
Translating the Good: Robert de Nobili's Moral Argument and Jesuit Education Today, by Francis X. Clooney, S.J.
List of Contributors