Institutional Partners

The following institutions have a working relationship or have signed partnership agreements with JHIA:

Institute for Advanced Jesuit StudiesFounded at Boston College in 2014, the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies seeks to deepen understanding and appreciation for the history, spirituality, educational heritage, and pedagogical approaches of the Society of Jesus. The Institute hopes to serve as a dynamic and collaborative scholarly resource—both at Boston College and around the world—for important coursework, publications, symposia, online materials, and other programs that convey the distinctive character of the Jesuit mission. Read more

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DACB-logoThe DACB is an international undertaking aimed at producing an electronic database containing the essential biographical facts of African Christian leaders, evangelists, and lay workers chiefly responsible for laying the foundations, shaping the character, and advancing the growth of Christian communities across Africa. An international team of African scholars is facilitating the project. Contributors are drawn from academic, church, and mission communities in Africa and elsewhere. Read more

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missioafricanusMissio Africanus is the flagship project of a larger cross-cultural missions initiative being carried out by the Missional Innovations Inc. in London, UK. It is a missions training project that helps missionaries and Christian leaders from around the world to understand and overcome the cultural barriers they encounter in their work in the West. Read more

 

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refo500Refo500 is the international platform for knowledge, expertise, ideas, products and events, specializing in the 500 year legacy of the Reformation. Worldwide, more than 120 partners have joined Refo500 and the number of partners is still growing. Partners collaborate in order to offer a program and to tell the story of the Reformation. Refo500 partners include Protestant and Catholic organizations, churches, universities, museums, cities, publishers, and so on.... Read more

 


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ReforcThe Reformation Research Consortium, RefoRC, as the academic department within Refo500, connects academics and supports them in their research activities. Thereby RefoRC collaborates as closely as possible with all the RefoRC members and their scholars whose field of activity is connected with the history and theology of the reformation era... Read more



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On the grounds of the Jesuit General Curia in Rome is located the Archives building housing ARSI which is the archives of the central government for the worldwide Society of Jesus (founded 1540). ARSI includes archives, library and publishing division.... Read more