Author Mahoney, Kathleen A
Title Catholic Higher Education in Protestant America : The Jesuits and Harvard in the Age of the University
Imprint Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003
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Note Intro -- CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- INTRODUCTION -- PART I BETWEEN PROTESTANTS AND CATHOLICS -- CHAPTER ONE The Descendants of Luther and the Sons of Loyola -- CHAPTER TWO Time: The Harvard Law School Controversy and the Modern Imperative -- PART II AMONG CATHOLICS -- CHAPTER THREE Persons: The Bonds of Religion and the Claims of Class -- CHAPTER FOUR Place: Americanism and the Higher Education of Catholics -- PART III AMONG JESUITS -- CHAPTER FIVE Novus Ordo Academicus and the Travails of Adapting -- CONCLUSION -- APPENDIX A Harvard Law School's Select List of Colleges, 1893 -- APPENDIX B Colleges and Programs Added and Removed from Harvard Law School's Select List of Institutions, 1894-1903 -- APPENDIX C President Eliot and Jesuit Colleges, by Timothy Brosnahan, S.J. -- APPENDIX D Select List of Jesuit Superiors, Provincials, and Presidents -- NOTES -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- INDEX
"A fascinating documentary on the struggles between 'descendants of Luther and the sons of Loyola'... Explains how the creation of modern secular universities forced Catholic colleges to adapt or languish." -- Connection
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Link Print version: Mahoney, Kathleen A. Catholic Higher Education in Protestant America : The Jesuits and Harvard in the Age of the University Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press,c2003 9780801873409
Subject Protestant churches - United States - Relations - Catholic Church - History
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