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Remire-Montjoly (French Guiana). Wind mill
The Loyola dwelling was founded in 1668 by the Jesuit fathers in the Rémire funds. It knows its peak in the years 1720-1740. The sugar factory produced raw and refined sugar, molasses and guildive (generic name of cane alcohol). The card of Cayenne by Hébert, which was executed in 1730, is decorated...
5th Coptic Papyrology Summer School: Barcelona, 6-13 July 2014
The 5th Coptic Papyrology Summer School was held in Barcelona from 6 to 13 July 2014. Co-organised by Maria Jesús Albarrán and Anne Boud hors, the title was “International Seminar in Coptic Papyrology” (see post of 22 November 2013). The host institutions were, on the one hand, the Pompeu Fabra Univ...
Preface. Teaching and renting
It is striking to see how culturally and literary studies have been the place, continuously and for several decades, of interest in jellies ‘among men in xvie and centuries’ — this was the title of a colloquium held in Clermont-Ferrand in 1985 — now with new land. No doubt the pioneering book, a cen...
MFF — “The idea of the perfect daughter”. Jesuces as promoters of the saintness of women from the origins of Christianity today
This colloquium is organised by the School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (Paris) and the Centre for Research in the History of Law and Institutions (University of Saint-Louis — Brussels). It will take place on 4 February and 4 March 2022. The hagiographic literature, often under tension wit...
Irreverenter dicta: the opposition to Agustín in Spanish jesuitas (1644)
This article deals with the singular fortune of a list of offensive propositions against san Agustín which were attributed to Spanish Jesuan theologists and who circulate across Europe in the 1640s. The origins of these proposals are acalorous statements made by Juan Schinckels, statements which Jua...
Forced migration of the branches of the Spanish Empire to Italy (1767-1801): creative integration and religious identity
The work of the enlightened hispano-American Jews, residing in Italy, reveals a wide and diverse cultural panorama, beyond the great signatures such as Viscardo or Clavigero. Since the 18th century italic peninsula, melancolic but also committed literature has become, in the long term, the extension...
Jésuite et Sciences Humanities (years
There was a “humanities” moment in France in the 1960s, marked by the publication of the works of Louis Althusser, Roland Barthes, Michel Foucault, Jacques Lacan or Claude Lévi-Strauss. Based on the identification of sign systems that are necessary for the subject without his awareness, these works...
Forge the “Christian soldier” Forging the “Christian soldier”: the Catholic leadership of the pontifical and royal troops in France in 1568-1569
This article looks at a crucial moment in the history of the Church in its relations with the military institution, when Popauté truly formalises, building on the Jesuit, a model of the ‘Christian soldier’, which will now guide the entire conception of war and discipline to the armed forces deployed...
The educational collections of the Emile-Zola lycée in Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine)
In 2019, in connection with the Brittany lycée inventory, one section sought to measure the extent of the educational collections, to study them and to build awareness-raising and valorisation tools. This work resulted in 24 study dossiers being made available online and a leaflet published. Among t...
Thesis, late June — early July 2017
Support of thesis of Taeko Yamamoto, member of CRISES-EA 4424, entitled "Catholic reform and urban societies in France. The th and eighteenth centuries of the marriage congregations will be held on Thursday 22 June 2017, starting at 14: 00, at the Paul-Valéry Montpellier III University — Site Saint-...
The Lhande Fère, jésuite-reporter from the suburbs
in the 1920s, when the Parisian suburbs was fully extended and the myth of the red suburbs emerged, a jésuite, the P. Lhande travelled through the ‘area’, fortifications, large plots, and a series of works with the impact of Le Christ in the suburbs, La Croix sur les Fortives or Le God that moved. T...
Refinement of lean meat and exotic gourmandises: Reception of the ‘King of fruits’ and ‘traditional fruit’ at the beds in Brazil and Angola (1549-1600)
The vanities in the theatre of Calder-n
The Spanish religious vision, where Christianity and stoicism are mixed together, is also that of the dramaturge Calder-de la Barca (1600-1681), for whom every man in his life only ‘walks on the shadow of death’. With regard to his work as a whole, an attempt is made to clarify which sources have de...
Latin and political. Part 1: from Pétrarque to Jésuite (Thomas Münzer)
at Rue Saint-Martin (Paris 2e), this Latin inscription, omnia sunt communia, is found on the outside of a gallery, a slogan ‘share’, as he says everything is for everyone. This slogan was topical on 10 October in Poitiers at a violent demonstration as the same expression was tagued on the Baptistère...
The Jesuit and daily evangelisation of the Noirs in Cartagena des Indes in the first half of the 17th century
Demerson (G. and G.) Dompnier (B.) Regond (A.) Les Jésuite among men in the 16th and 17th centuries
Séguy Jean. Demerson (G. and G.) Dompnier (B.) Regond (A.) Eds Les Jésuite among men in the 16th and 17th centuries. In: Archives of Social Sciences of Religions, No. 72, 1990. pp. 248-249.
A theology of the marriage image
This article looks at the scope of the event reported by a chronist called Antonio Ortiz through two short stories (relaciones) printed in 1600 in Madrid: in the presence of Queen Marguerite in Habsburg, a polychromed wooden statue of the Vierge, ‘outrageous’ by the iconoclaste attack of the English...
The “timing” of the suspicion. Humanities and Compagnie de Jésus (1960s)
Become a “Missionnaire des Sauvages”: origins, training and entry into service of subjects in the Amerindian missions of Canada and ACADIE (1700-1763)
From the Ryswick peace concluded in 1697, the rivalry between France and Great Britain to control Atlantic colonial trade has a direct impact on the North American political climate. In order to remove the territories claimed by France in North America from the British convoy, the French authorities...
Jansenism and reform of the Church in Portuguese America in the Xviia century
It appears that the adoption and dissemination of jansenist ideas, from the 1760s onwards, have been supported by the state in the Lusitanian world. In its crusade against Jesuit, the Portuguese Crown has systematically replaced ultramontain ecclesiological penchant works with gallican. It also supp...
Forging the ‘Christian soldier’. The Catholic leadership of the pontifical and royal troops in France in 1568-1569
This article looks at a crucial moment in the history of the Church in its relationship with the military institution, when the Popauté truly formalises, on the basis of the Jesuit, a model of the ‘Christian soldier’, which will now guide the entire conception of war and discipline to the armed forc...
What is so dredge in duck hunting? What the language openings tell us about the meeting between the followers and the Nehiraw-Iriniw
. This article looks at the various language registers that can be found in the corpus of writing produced by followers in Canada during the centuries. These manuscripts, which look very close to the daily work of the mission, were written in several languages in India and Latin. They highlight the...
Ignace de Loyola: the Jesuit and modernity
: Moderne Confucianism in China and South Korea
Polemics on Confucius in Europe around the XVIIth and XVIIIth centuries<br /><br />On October 18th 1700, the Faculty of Theology of Sorbonne prohibited three books on China, written by Jesuits. The sentence blamed the use of expressions labelled as false, preposterous, full of errors and slanderous...
Peruvian space in the precursor of Viscardo y Guzmán independence: territorial registration, geo-graphics and spatial abandonment
The reflection emanating from Juan Pablo Viscardo, the ideological precursor of Ibero-American independence, will clearly start and shape when this jumps will abandon Cusco in 1767, and thus face a new space, the European space. Through the movement it creates, this exile will be an act that creates...