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Current bibliography on Jesuit history and spirituality
This bibliography is a sequel to fr. Polgár's Bibliographie sur l'histoire de la Compagnie de Jésus, 1901-1980 (Roma, 1981-1990) and its annual additions (1982-2001). Fr. Begheyn will be compiling the jesuitica items from the year 2000 on in a bibliography 'new style'. This first bibliography in 'new style' includes only part of the titles already collected.
Bibliography Begheyn (2000-2015)
The reader will find titles from the years 2000-2014. A printed version can be found in Archivum Historicum Societatis Iesu 76 (July-December 2007) 361-484, 77 (January-June 2008) 213-219, 77 (July-December 2008) 347-496, 78 (July-December 2009) 473-569, 79 (July-December 2010) 427-548, 80 (2011/II) 561-712, 81(2012/II) 599-711, 82(2013/II) 513-631, 83(2014/II) 426-531, 84(2015/II) 329-447.
Online available since 2015 issue.
Institutions wishing to consult the AHSI on-line can hence avail of the services of Chadwyck, Periodical Archives Online (vol. 1932-2000) or Ebscohost (vol. 1976-2008). See the different sites for terms and conditions. Both providers have different packages and collections of journals available to cater to everybody’s need and purse. PAO (Chadwyck) allows for determining whether a given book or article was ever incorporated in a Polgár bibliographic supplement.
Bibliografia italiana sulla spiritualità Ignaziana
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Visit the website and find the PDF files for the Ignatian bibliographies from 2000-2013 by clicking on the 'bibliography' tab.
Bibliography Jesuitica (J. Oswald – A. Wagner-Weldi)
Regularly updated Pdf print of Jesuitica bibliography [Bibliographie zur Geschichte - Kunst – Literatur – Naturwissenschaft - Philosophie – Theologie der Gesellschaft Jesu] by Julius Oswald, Johannes Baar, Andrea Wagner-Weldi and Julia Dorn posted on the site of Hochschule für Philosophie, München.
Bibliography Jesuits in China (CCT-Database KU Leuven)
The Chinese Christian Texts Database (CCT database) is a research database of primary (both Chinese and European) and secondary sources concerning the cultural contacts between China and Europe in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries (from 1582 to ca. 1840). The cultural contacts comprise documents in the various fields of cultural interaction: religion, philosophy, science, art, etc.
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