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The University of Mantua, the Gonzaga, and the Jesuits, 1584-1630

Paul F. Grendler

The University of Mantua, the Gonzaga, and the Jesuits, 1584-1630

by Paul F. Grendler

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Published by Johns Hopkins University Press in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gonzaga family,
  • Pacifico ginnasio mantovano,
  • Jesuits -- Education (Higher) -- Italy -- History -- 17th century,
  • Jesuits -- Education (Higher) -- Italy -- History -- 16th century

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementPaul F. Grendler.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLF3893.M36 G74 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22513536M
    ISBN 109780801891717
    LC Control Number2008035750
    OCLC/WorldCa245020762

    A Metropolitan University fit for Empire; Anthony Grafton & Joanna Weinberg, “I have always loved the Holy Tongue” Paul F. Grendler, The University of Mantua, the Gonzaga, and the Jesuits, – (Baltimore MD, ), xxi + pp.; includes index and bibliography. ISBN: the Jesuits faced a regime which profoundly distrusted them. 8 The Jesuit province of Venice included not only the Serene Republic but also Bologna, Ferrara, Mantua, and Parma. The Jesuits enjoyed excellent relations with the rulers of these areas. Few Venetian nobles entered the order, but a Gonzaga prince became a Jesuit.

    The Society of Jesus arrived in Italy in brimming with enthusiasm to found new universities. These would be better than Italian universities, which the Jesuits believed were full of professors teaching philosophical atheism to debauched students. The Jesuits also wanted to become professors in existing Italian universities. They would teach. *Dr. Grendler is professor emeritus of history in the University of Toronto and past president of the American Catholic Historical Association. He came across Marta during research for a book in progress tentatively entitled "The Gonzaga, the Jesuits, and the University of Mantua, " Because of space constraints, the documentation.

      Gonzaga University is a private Catholic, Jesuit, and humanistic university providing education to more than 7, students. Situated along the Spokane River near downtown Spokane, Washington, Gonzaga is routinely recognized among the .   Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History series. New York, Cambridge University Press, viii, pp. $ US (cloth). This is an important book for what it says about seventeenth-century England, but also for what it could mean for our understanding of intellectual discussions occurring in the Enlightenment.


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Universities were driving forces of change in late Renaissance Italy. The Gonzaga, the ruling family. Davies, Jonathan () Review of The University of Mantua, the Gonzaga and the Jesuits,by Grendler, P. Renaissance Quarterly, Vol (No.1). ISSN Research output not available from this repository, contact author.

This is a book about the University of Mantua. It began in when I saw tantalizing references to a Jesuit university in Mantua in documents in the Archivum Romanum Societatis Iesu.

Then in December I found a treasure trove of material about a real and lively institution in the Archivio di Stato of by: 2.

"His study of the university and its connections with both the Society of Jesus and the Gonzaga, the noble family that ruled Mantua for generations, is meticulously researched and exquisitely detailed, and provides readers with a richly-textured exploration of political and intellectual life in northern Italy.".

The University of Mantua, the Gonzaga, and the Jesuits, By Paul F. Grendler. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. xxiv, $ ISBN ) For many years, Paul F. Grendler has provided illuminating studies of education and culture in Italy during the Renaissance and the Reformation.

The University of Mantua, the Gonzaga, and the Jesuits, – / Paul F. Grendler. Includes bibliographical references and index. isbn (hardcover: alk. paper) 1. ZAlerts allow you to be notified by email about the availability of new books according to your search query.

A search query can be a title of the book, a name of. A constant throughout the years is Gonzaga's educational philosophy, based on the centuries-old Ignatian model of educating the whole person, mind, body and spirit.

At Gonzaga, students discover how to integrate science and art, faith and reason, action and contemplation. "Cura personalis," or care for the individual, is our guiding theme.

Early life. Gonzaga was born the eldest of seven children, at his family's castle in Castiglione delle Stiviere, between Brescia and Mantua in northern Italy in what was then part of the Duchy of Mantua, into the illustrious House of Gonzaga.

"Aloysius" is the Latin form of Aloysius de Gonzaga's given name in Italian, Luigi. He was the son of Ferrante de Gonzaga (–), Marquis of. This chapter reviews the book The University of Mantua, the Gonzaga, and the Jesuits, – (), by Paul F. Grendler. Grendler offers an account of the University of Mantua and Gonzaga University, both founded by the Jesuits.

He looks at the rise of Mantua's university, placing it within its more general political context, and recounts the Jesuits' first attempts to enter the. Today, Gonzaga University looks a lot different than its simple beginnings in The student body has grown from those first seven boys to a coed enrollment of about 8, The faculty and staff has increased from 17 Jesuits to over 1, people.

Gonzaga’s campus. - Palazzo del Te built near Mantua. - Jesuit college established. 17thth centuries. - Monteverdi's opera L'Orfeo premieres in Mantua.

- Jesuit Pacifico Ginnasio Mantovano (university) established. City sacked by Austrian forces during the War of. Gonzaga University Accounting Book. Gonzaga University. Published by n/a () ISBN ISBN Used the Gonzaga, and the Jesuits, Grendler, Paul F. Published by Johns Hopkins University Press.

The University of Mantua, the Gonzaga, and the Jesuits, â " Grendler, Paul F.Review of The University of Mantua, the Gonzaga and the Jesuits,by Grendler, P. F.Tworek MT. Review of Paul Grendler, The University of Mantua, the Gonzaga and the Jesuits, Journal of Eclesiastical History.

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