Jesuit Survival and Restoration - An International Conference 11-15 June 2014


SCHEDULE
Jesuit Survival and Restoration: 200th Anniversary Perspectives from Boston and Macau
An International Conference
Boston College
, 11-15 June 2014

Wednesday, June 11
Thursday, June 12
Friday, June 13
Saturday, June 14
Sunday June 15
BREAKFAST

8:00-9:00AM
8:00-9:00AM
8:00-9:00AM
8:00-9:00AM
1ST SESSION


9:00AM-11:00AM. Panel I:
THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT

CHAIR:  John W. O’Malley, S.J.

9.00 Jesuit Survival and Restoration: A Historical Context, Robert A. Maryks (Boston College)

9:20
Jesuits post-1814: A Restored Society of Jesus or a New Society of Jesus? Thomas Worcester, S.J. (Holy Cross)
9:40 Some Remarks on Jesuit Historiography 1773-1814, Robert Danieluk, S.J. (ARSI, Rome)
10:00 Papal Discontent and the Centennial Anniversary of the Restored Society, Peter Bernardi, S.J. (Loyola University, Chicago)
10:20 Discussion
9:00AM-11:00AM. Panel IV: CENTRAL AND WESTERN EUROPE II

CHAIR:  Andrea VIcini

9.00 Exiled Spanish Jesuits and the Restoration of the Society of Jesus, Niccolò Guasti (Università degli Studi di Foggia)
9.20 The Society of Jesus Under Another Name. The Paccanarists in the Restored Society of Jesus, Eva Fontana Castelli (Rome, independent scholar)
9:40 Between Suppression and Restoration in Italy: Luigi Mozzi de’ Capitani (1746-1813), Emanuele Colombo (DePaul University)
10:00 Discussion



9.00AM-11:00AM. Panel VI:
CHINA AND BEYOND II

CHAIR:  Eugenio Menegon
9.00 The Phoenix Rises from its Ashes: The Restoration of the Jesuit Shanghai Mission, Paul Mariani, S.J. (Santa Clara University)
9:20 The Long Shadow of the Rites Controversy on a New Generation of China Jesuits, Jeremy Clarke, S.J. (Boston College)
9:40 From Polotsk to Kiakhta: Jesuit Survival and Russo-Chinese Diplomacy, Greg Afinogenov (Harvard University)
10.00 The Jesuits in India between the Old and the New Society of Jesus, Sabina Pavone (University of Macerata)
10:20 Discussion
9.00AM-10:50AM. Panel VI:
Panel IX: AFRICA

CHAIR:  Charles Gallagher, S.J.

9:00 The Restoration in Africa—an Overview, Festo Mkenda, S.J. (Hekima College, Nairobi)
9:20 The Survival of the Jesuits in Southern Africa after the Restoration of the Society of Jesus (1875-1900), Aquinata Nanyonjo Agonga (Jesuit Historical Institute in Africa, Nairobi)
9:40 The Post-Restoration Jesuit Mission in Fernando Po, 1859-1871, Jean-Luc Enyeque, S.J. (Boston University)

10:00 Discussion
BREAK

11.00-11.15
11.00-11.15
11.00-11.15
10:30-11:00
2ND SESSION

11.15AM-1.00PM. Panel II:
THE COMMONWEALTH OF POLAND-LITHUANIA AND THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE

CHAIR:  Arthur Madaigan, S.J.
11:15 Before and After Suppression: Jesuits and Former Jesuits in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, 1763-1795, Richard Butterwick (University College London)
11:35 The Society of Jesus in the Russian Empire (1772-1820) and the Restoration of the Order (1814), Marek Inglot, S.J. (Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome)
11:55 Sebastian Sierakowski, S.J. and the Language of Architecture in Early-Nineteenth Century Galicia, Carolyn C. Guile (Colgate University)
12.15
Discussion
11.15AM-1.00PM. Panel V:
CHINA AND BEYOND I



CHAIR:  Jeremy Clark, S.J.
11:15 Twilight of the Jesuit China Mission, 1750-1800, Ronnie Po-chia Hsia (Pennsylvania University State)
11:35 Restoration or Recreation? The Return of the Society of Jesus to China, Paul Rule (La Trobe University)
11:55 Rising from the Ashes: the Gothic Revival and the Architecture of the New Society of Jesus in China and Macao, César Guillen (Macau Ricci Institute)
12:15 Discussion
11.15AM-1.00PM. Panel VII:
THE AMERICAS I


CHAIR:   David Quigley
11:15 Understanding Jesuit Restoration: The American Experience, Jonathan Wright (Durham University)

11:35 The “Russian” Society and the American Jesuits: Giovanni Grassi’s Crucial Role, Daniel Schlafly (St. Louis University)
11:55 The Restoration in Canada: A Troubled Inheritance, John Meehan, S.J. (Campion College) and Jacques Monet, S.J. (Regis College)
12:15 Discussion

11:00AM-12:00PM ROUNDTABLE PANEL
Coordinated by John Padberg, S.J.:
What have we learned? Where do we go from here?

LUNCH

1:00-3:00PM
1:00-2.00PM
1.00-3.00PM

3RD SESSION

3:00PM-5:00PM. Panel III:
CENTRAL AND WESTERN EUROPE I

CHAIR:
3.00 The Jesuits and their Artistic Diaspora in Germany, Jeffrey Chipps Smith (University of Texas at Austin)
3.20 Enduring the Deluge: Hungarian Jesuit Astronomers from Suppression to Restoration, Paul Shore (St. Paul’s College, University of Manitoba)
3:40 “By any other name”: Retaining a Jesuit Identity in England during the Suppression, Thomas McCoog, S.J. (Fordham University)
4.00 Discussion
2.00PM Visit

Visit to the Exhibition “Jesuit Survival and Restoration” and “The Jesuit Victorian Poet Gerard Manley Hopkins” at John J. Burns Library, Boston College
Free afternoon.
3:00PM-5:00PM. Panel VII:
THE AMERICAS II
CHAIR:T Frank Kennedy, S.J.
3:00 The Restoration of the Society of Jesus and Latin America, Jeffrey Klaiber, S.J. (Pontifical Catholic University of Peru)
3:20 Jesuit Tradition and the Rise of South-American Nationalism, 1782-1810, Andrés Prieto (University of Colorado at Boulder)
3:40 The First Return of the Jesuits to Paraguay, Ignacio Telesca (Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas, Argentina)
4.00 The Restoration of the Jesuits in Mexico: Some Historiographical Remarks, Perla Chinchilla (Universidad Iberoamericana)
4:20 Discussion

BREAK

4:30-6:00PM

5:00-6:00PM

4th SESSION
4:00-6:00 PM
The Heights Room

4:00 Introduction to Conference: Robert A. Maryks and Jonathan Wright
4:20 Welcome: Dean David Quigley and T Frank Kennedy, S.J.
4:30 Keynote Speaker: John W. O’Malley, S.J.
5:30 Informal Introductions [in the room where this first panel takes place]




DINNER
7:00 Boston Room
6:00 Faculty Dining Hall
NO DINNER
6:00 Faculty Dinning Hall
NO DINNER








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