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Collaborative Scholars

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The Institute collaborates with scholars from around the globe, whether at their home institutions or during temporary stays in Boston. The Institute engages collaborative scholars by supporting and disseminating their research, offering temporary office space and access to resources at the Institute and Boston College, and providing means for scholars to collaborate with one another--all for the promotion of the field of Jesuit Studies.

Examples of the collaborative partnerships encouraged by the Institute are hosting panel discussions and other scholarly events at Boston College, providing technical assistance and consultation for digital projects, and collaborating on the publication of significant books projects. Scholars, in turn, provide suggestions for programming at the Institute.

If you wish to collaborate with the Institute or wish to learn more about collaborative opportunities, please contact the Institute.

 


Current Collaborative Scholars


 

Emanuele Colombo, DePaul University

Cinthia Gannett and John Brereton, Interntional Society for the Study of Jesuit Rhetoric

Jean Luc Enyegue, S.J., Jesuit Historical Institute in Africa and Boston University

Pierre-Antoine Fabre, École des hautes études en sciences sociales and Société internationale d'études jésuites

José Eduardo Franco, Aberta University / Pole of CLEPUL and Société internationale d'études jésuites

Eugenio Menegon, Boston University

Robert Morrissey, University of Illinois

Francisco Sassetti da Mota, S.J, Revista Brotéria

Christopher Parsons, Northeastern University

Marco Rochini, University of Milan

Micah True, University of Alberta


Past Collaborative Scholars


 

Sophie Conte, University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne (Visiting Researcher, 2015-2016)

Cristobal Madero, S.J., Chilean Province and Fulbright Doctoral Candidate, Graduate School of Education-University of California, Berkeley (Visiting Researcher, 2017)

Cristobal Madero, S.J., Chilean Province and Fulbright Doctoral Candidate, Graduate School of Education-University of California, Berkeley (Visiting Researcher, 2017)

 

Hitomi Omata Rappo, Swiss National Science Foundation (Visiting Researcher, 2016-2017)

Hitomi Omata Rappo, Swiss National Science Foundation (Visiting Researcher, 2016-2017)
Hitomi Omata Rappo, Swiss National Science Foundation (Visiting Researcher, 2016-2017)