New scholarship on religion and society in South Asia, engaging with the history of Christianity and the Jesuits.
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BOOK | Invitation and Belonging in a Christian Ashram: Building Interreligious Community in Northern India | Nadya Pohran
BOOK | Being a Jesuit in Renaissance Italy: Biographical Writing in the Early Global Age | Camilla Russell
SEMINAR | Teatros Hagiográficos: Santos, Mestres e Peregrinos | 6 April 2022
SEMINAR | The Goa Inquisition: New Perspectives on the State and Religious Violence | 13 March 2022
SEMINAR | The Disinherited: Christianity and Conversion in Calcutta in the 19th Century | Mou Banerjee
BOOK | Religion and Empire in Portuguese India: Conversion, Resistance, and the Making of Goa | Ângela Barreto Xavier
BOOK | Missionaries and Modernity: Education in the British Empire, 1830-1910 | Felicity Jensz
Unsuccessful ‘Saints’ of the Society of Jesus: Antonio Criminali and Leonard Lessius (16th-20th centuries)
SEMINAR | Unsuccessful ‘Saints’ of the Society of Jesus: Antonio Criminali and Leonard Lessius (16th-20th centuries) | 28 January 2022
BOOK | Religion and Governance in England’s Emerging Colonial Empire, 1601–1698 | Haig Z. Smith