Jesuit Studies

Facing Georgetown's History

A microcosm of the history of American slavery in a collection of the most important primary and secondary readings on slavery at Georgetown University and among the Maryland Jesuits

Humanity in Crisis

The major humanitarian crises of recent years are well known: the Shoah, the killing fields of Cambodia, the Rwandan genocide, the massacre in Bosnia, and the tsunami in Southeast Asia, as well as

Reimagining Human Rights

An interpretation of human rights that centers on the rhetorical—and religious—power of testimony.

The Jesuits and Globalization

The Society of Jesus, commonly known as the Jesuits, is the most successful and enduring global missionary enterprise in history.

Voices of the Border

Powerful personal accounts from migrants crossing the US-Mexico border provide an understanding of their experiences, as well as the consequences of public policy

Georgetown's Second Founder

Observations on the new American republic by an early president of Georgetown University

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