ContentsPrefaceixLessons Learned and Possible Future Pathways: A Summary of Key Themes and FindingsHansde Wit, AndrésBernasconi, VisnjaCar, TessaDeLaquil, FionaHunter, MichaelJames, KelberTozini, and DanielaVélizxiIntroductionEmbedding Identity and Internationalization into Institutional PracticeFionaHunter, and MichaelJames3Latin AmericaExploring Levels of Internationalization in Latin American Catholic UniversitiesPedro PabloRosso17Internationalization as a Dimension of Identity in Latin American Jesuit UniversitiesRicardo CarboneBruna31Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile: Searching for Meaningful Links between Identity and InternationalizationAndrésBernasconi, DanielaVéliz, and AstridPickenpack43Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Santiago, Chile: Strengthening Mission through International CooperationSebastiánKaufmann, and ConstanzaBaue55Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá, Colombia: The Emergence of a Symbiotic Relationship between Identity and InternationalizationLuis FernandoÁlvarez Londoño S.J.65Universidad La Salle Mexico City: Polyphony of Values between Christian Identity and the Educational Market DemandsFelipe GaytánAlcalá75Universidade do Vale do Rio Dos Sinos, UNISINOS, Brazil: How Identity Has Given Meaning to the Internationalization ProcessCristianoRichter, GustavoBorba, Laura KnijnikBaumvol, Paula Dal BoCampagnolo, and SaraRudnicki87United States of AmericaIdentifying Characteristics of Identity and Internationalization in Catholic Universities in the United States of AmericaMichaelJames97Regional Perspectives from the USA: Understanding Internationalization Efforts in the Jesuit Higher Education NetworkBaoNguyen105Boston College: Integrating Identity into New Strategic Directions for InternationalizationHans deWit, and MichaelJames121Asia PacificInternational Cooperation and Globalization in Asia and the Role of Jesuit UniversitiesMikiSugimura135Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan: When Identity Is Strengthened by New Understandings of InternationalizationMikiSugimura147Australian Catholic University, Melbourne: Expressing Identity through International OpportunityAnthonyCasamento, and ChrisRiley159St. Paul University, Tuguegarao City, the Philippines: Preserving Catholic Identity with an Increasingly Diverse Student PopulationJeremy Godofredo C.Morales169EuropeCatholic Identity and Internationalization in Europe: Linking the Past to the FutureVisnjaCar183Universidad de Deusto, Bilbao, Spain: Internationalization as a Means to Realize Institutional Mission and VisionMaría J. PandoCanteli, and Alvaro de la RicaAspiunza195Universidad Loyola Andalucía, Sevilla, Spain: Cultivating Jesuit-Inspired Connections to InternationalizationFrancisco de BorjaMartín Garrido209Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Portugal: How Identity Guides International Partnerships and PositioningIsabel CapeloaGil, and Teresa LloydBraga223John Paul II University of Lublin, Poland: How History Defines the Relationship between Identity and InternationalizationVisnjaCar, and AgnieszkaLekka-Kowalik231Tilburg University, the Netherlands: Attuning Catholic Identity to a Secular SocietyVisnjaCar243Catholic University of Croatia: A Renaissance of Catholic IdentityVisnjaCar257Università Cattolica Del Sacro Cuore (UCSC), Milan, Italy: Re-Shaping Catholic Identity in a Changing ContextVisnjaCar, and FionaHunter269Global PerspectivesIdentity Meets Internationalization: The Case of the International Association of La Salle UniversitiesCarlosCoelho283About the Contributors293

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