Boston College. Jesuit Institute
The Jesuit Institute at Boston College was founded in 1988 and promotes research and collaboration on issues that emerge at the intersection of faith and culture. The Institute hosts lectures, visiting scholars, conferences, and interdisciplinary seminars.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Composed of publications, videocassettes, correspondence, and other materials relating to the Jesuit Institute. Includes newsletters and some letters of the Director.
Collection is closed until processed.
This collection documents the professional and personal life of John E. Murphy, SJ, a twentieth-century Jesuit and professor of Irish Literature at Boston College. The bulk of the papers consists of religious materials and subject files used for his research and lectures. Of note are a small collection of Irish fine print press cards from Dun Emer and Cuala Press.
Collection is open for research.