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Editor-in-Chief Robert Aleksander Maryks

This is a full Open Access journal. All articles are available for free from the moment of publication and authors do not pay an article publication charge.

The Journal of Jesuit Studies (JJS) is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal dedicated to the study of Jesuit history from the sixteenth to the twenty-first century. It welcomes articles on all aspects of the Jesuit past and present including, but not limited to, the Jesuit role in the arts and sciences, theology, philosophy, mission, literature, and interreligious/inter-cultural encounters.

In its themed issues the JJS highlights studies with a given topical, chronological or geographical focus. In addition there are two open-topic issues per year. The journal publishes a significant number of book reviews as well. One of the key tasks of the JJS is to relate episodes in Jesuit history, particularly those which have suffered from scholarly neglect, to broader trends in global history over the past five centuries. The journal also aims to bring the highest quality non-Anglophone scholarship to an English-speaking audience by means of translated original articles.

The Journal of Jesuit Studies is published in Open Access thanks to generous support from the following institutions:

- Fairfield University
- The Francis & Ann Curran Center for American Catholic Studies at Fordham University
- Loyola University Chicago
- Universidad Iberoamericana
- Universidad Loyola Andalucía
- The University of Scranton

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Agustín Udías

scientific knowledge, especially astronomy, to China and India, as well as their pioneering work of presenting the flora, fauna, and geography of the newly discovered countries of America to a European audience for the very first time. Although some Jesuits were able to continue their work after the

Thomas M. McCoog S.J.

. in 8 parts (London: Burns & Oates, 1877–84), and the general histories of Bernard Basset, S.J., The English Jesuits from Campion to Martindale (London: Herder & Herder, 1967), and Francis Edwards, S.J., The Jesuits in England: From 1580 to the Present Day (Tunbridge Wells: Burns & Oates, 1985). 2

Paul F. Grendler

Jesuit education: 15. From among those who are at present only students, various persons will in time emerge—some for preaching and the care of souls, others for the government of the land and the administration of justice, and others for other responsibilities. In short, since young people turn into

Alexandre Coello de la Rosa

(confraternities) and schools for the evangelization of the natives. 78 In the Marianas mission, the Jesuits had almost exclusive control over the dynamics of conquest and colonization, but the fierce resistance presented by the natives meant that war was practically inherent in Spanish and Jesuit frontier