Journal of Jesuit Studies
The European Jesuit Libraries Provenance Project is a census of books once owned by a Jesuit college or house in Europe between the 1550s and 1773. The suppression of the Society of Jesus led to the dispersal of its books, and the ejlpp uses both manuscript inventories and searches in modern libraries to locate the volumes once associated with the Society of Jesus. It is multimedia, digital humanities endeavor, supervised by Kathleen M. Comerford and employing student interns at Georgia Southern University.
Comerford, Kathleen M..
"News and Notes: The European Jesuit Libraries Provenance Project."
Journal of Jesuit Studies, 7 (2): 299-310: Brill.
doi: 10.1163/22141332-00702009 source: https://brill.com/view/journals/jjs/7/2/article-p299_299.xml
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