Crossings and Dwellings

Restored Jesuits, Women Religious, American Experience, 1814-2014

Loyola University Museum of Art, July 19-October 19, 2014

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NOVEMBER 5TH — TWO EVENTS: John Padberg, S.J. // John T. McGreevy // J. Michelle Molina

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Loyola University Chicago concludes its Fall 2013 programming commemorating the bicentennial of the Jesuit Restoration with two events on Tuesday, November 5th.

Both events are free and open to the public.


EVENT #1:

PROF. JOHN PADBERG, S.J.: LECTURE ON THE JESUIT RESTORATION.

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Respondents: Profs. J. Michelle Molina and John T. McGreevy

One year after speaking at Loyola on the topic of the Suppression of the Society of Jesus, John Padberg returns and continues his narrative with the Restoration.

Two responses will be offered: one by Professor Michelle Molina (Northwestern), author of the recently published To Overcome Oneself: The Jesuit Ethic and Spirit of Global Expansion, 1520-1767 ; and a second by Professor John T. McGreevy (Notre Dame), author of a forthcoming monograph on American Jesuits in the 19th century.

WHEN: Tuesday, November 5th at 3 P.M.

WHERE: PALM COURT, 4th floor MUNDELEIN CENTER

LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO: CTA Red Line Loyola station.


EVENT #2:

PROF. JOHN T. McGREEVY: SEMINAR


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Professor John McGreevy will lead a discussion of a chapter draft from his forthcoming history of 19th-century Jesuits in the United States.

Please request pre-circulated paper from Prof. Kyle Roberts.

WHEN: Tuesday, November 5th at 6 P.M.

WHERE: PALM COURT, 4th floor MUNDELEIN CENTER

LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO: CTA Red Line Loyola station.series

This seminar concludes the Fall 2013 “Circulation Patterns” series.

Click HERE to download pdf flyer.

Read post on the Religion in American History website.

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