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CONTRIBUTORS Xill
PREFACE XVii
ABBREVIATIONS XXi
INTRODUCTION JOHN W. O'MALLEY, S.J. XXiii
PART ONE
The Society in Society 1
1 / Every Tub on Its Own Bottom: Funding a Jesuit College
in Early Modem Europe 5
OLWEN HUFTON
2 / The Jesuits and the Art of Translation in Early Moder Europe 24
PETER BURKE
3 / Join the Jesuits, See the World: Early Moder Women in Spain
and the Society of Jesus 33
ELIZABETH RHODES
4 / Between History and Myth: The Monita secreta Societatis Jesu 50
SABINA PAVONE
5 / Revolutionary Pedagogues? How Jesuits Used Education
to Change Society 66
JUDI LOACH
6 / The Jesuit Garden 86
PETER DAVIDSON
PART TWO
The Visual Arts and the Arts of Persuasion 109
7 / Jesuit Uses of Art in the Province of Flanders 113
JEFFREY MULLER
8 / Meditation, Ministry, and Visual Rhetoric in Peter Paul Rubens's Program
for the Jesuit Church in Antwerp 157
ANNA C. KNAAP
9 / Art in the Service of God: The Impact of the Society of Jesus on the Deco-
rative Arts in Portugal 182
NUNO VASSALLO E SILVA
10 / Cultural Convergence at the Ends of the Earth: The Unique Art
and Architecture of the Jesuit Missions to the
Chilo6 Archipelago (1608-1767) 211
GAUVIN ALEXANDER BAILEY
11 / The Rural Churches of the Jesuit Haciendas on the
Southern Peruvian Coast 240
HUMBERTO RODRIGUEZ-CAMILLONI
12 / Suzhou Prints and Western Perspective: The Painting Techniques of
Jesuit Artists at the Qing Court, and Dissemination of the
Contemporary Court Style of Painting to Mid-Eighteenth-Century
Chinese Society through Woodblock Prints 262
HIROMITSU KOBAYASHI
PART THREE
Scientific Knowledge, the Order of Nature, and Natural Theology 287
13 / Picturing Jesuit Anti-Copernican Consensus: Astronomy
and Biblical Exegesis in the Engraved Title-Page of
Clavius's Opera mathematica (1612) 291
VOLKER R. REMMERT
14 / Jesuit Influences on Galileo's Science 314
WILLIAM A. WALLACE, O.P.
15 / Utility, Edification, and Superstition: Jesuit Censorship
and Athanasius Kircher's Oedipus Aegyptiacus 336
DANIEL STOLZENBERG
16 / Teaching Mathematics in Jesuit Schools: Programs,
Course Content, and Classroom Practices 355
ANTONELLA ROMANO
17 / Entering Dangerous Ground: Jesuits Teaching Astrology
and Chiromancy in Lisbon 371
HENRIQUE LEITAO
18 / Science and Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century Spain:
The Contribution of the Jesuits before and after the Expulsion 390
VfCTOR NAVARRO BROT6NS
19 / The Reception of a Theory: A Provisional Syllabus of
Boscovich Literature, 1746-1800 405
UGO BALDINI
PART FOUR
Music, Theatre, and the Uses of Performance 451
20 / 'A Certain Indulgence': Music at the Jesuit College
in Paris, 1575-1590 454
DAVID CROOK
21 / Between Stage and Divine Service: Jesuits and Theatrical Music 479
FRANZ KORNDLE
22 / Sung Catechism and College Opera: Two Musical Genres in the
Jesuit Evangelization of Colonial Chile 498
VfCTOR ROND6N
23 / The Orator's Performance: Gesture, Word, and Image in
Theatre at the Collegio Romano 512
BRUNA FILIPPI
24 / The Jesuit Stage and Theatre in Milan during the Eighteenth Century 530
GIOVANNA ZANLONGHI
25 / 'Lascivi Spettacoli': Jesuits and Theatre (from the Underside) 550
MICHAEL ZAMPELLI, S.J.
PART FIVE
The Overseas Missions: Challenges and Strategies 573
26 / Grammar and Virtue: The Formulation of a Cultural and Missionary
Program by the Jesuits in Early Colonial Peru 576
SABINE MACCORMACK
27 / The Problematic Acquisition of Indigenous Languages:
Practices and Contentions in Missionary Specialization in the
Jesuit Province of Peru (1568-1640) 602
ALIOCHA MALDAVSKY
28 / The Uses of Shamanism: Evangelizing Strategies and Missionary Models
in Seventeenth-Century Brazil 616
CHARLOTTE DE CASTELNAU-L'ESTOILE
29 / Jesuits, Too: Jesuits, Women Catechists, and Jezebels
in Christian-Century Japan 638
HARUKO NAWATA WARD
30 / Clockwork and the Jesuit Mission in China 658
CATHERINE PAGANI
PART SIX
Expulsions, Suppressions, and the Surviving Remnant 679
31 / Between the Rigorist Hammer and the Deist Anvil:
The Fate of the Jesuits in Eighteenth-Century France 682
MARC FUMAROLI
32 / The Expulsion of the Jesuits and the Treatment of Catholic
Representational Objects during the French Revolution 691
RICHARD CLAY
33 / The Gang of Four and the Campaign against the
Jesuits in Eighteenth-Century Brazil 707
DAURIL ALDEN
34 / Twilight in the Imperial City: The Jesuit Mission in China, 1748-60 725
RONNIE PO-CHIA HSIA
35 / Boscovich in the Balkans: A Jesuit Perspective on Orthodox Christianity
in the Age of Enlightenment 738
LARRY WOLFF
36 / A Jesuit Beata at the Time of the Suppression in the Viceroyalty of
Rio de la Plata: Marfa Antonia de Paz y Figueroa, 1730-1799 758
ALICIA FRASCHINA
37 / The Post-Suppression Society of Jesus in the United States and Russia:
Two Unlikely Settings 772
DANIEL L. SCHLAFLY, JR
APPENDIX 785
Jesuit Opera in Seventeenth-Century Vienna: Patientis Christi memoria
by Johann Bernhard Staudt (1654-1712) 787
T. FRANK KENNEDY, S.J.
Patientis Christi memoria: Text 793



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