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des Collegium Germanicum et Hungaricum’, p. 93. 25 Cesareo, ‘Jesuit colleges in Rome’, p. 622. 26 Steinhuber, Geschichte, p. 12f. 27 J. W. O’Malley, ‘Renaissance Humanism and the religious culture of the first Jesuits’, Heythrop Journal, 31 (1990), 471–87. 28 See P. F. Grendler, Schooling in Renaissance Italy: Literacy and Learning, 1300–1600 (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989). 29 A. P. Farrell, The Jesuit Code of Liberal Education: Development and Scope of the Ratio Studiorum (Milwaukee: The Bruce Publishing Company, 1938); P. R. Blum

in College communities abroad
Manchester and the Basque children of 1937
Bill Williams

children who began to arrive on the Kindertransport, just as most of the Basques were departing, in December 1938.226 This was as much a matter of education as of numbers. Whereas most of the Kindertransport children were drawn from aspiring middle-class professional and commercial families in which their liberal education had been a priority, the Basque children were chiefly members of working-class families which had lacked both the resources and the cultural horizons to foster their children’s educational 127 ‘Jews and other foreigners’ ambitions. Unlike the kinder

in ‘Jews and other foreigners’
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The Veda as an alternative to the Bible
Dorothy Figueira

, India, What Can It Teach Us? , p. 112: ‘I maintain that to everybody who cares for himself, for his ancestors, for his history, or for his intellectual development, a study of Vedic literature is indispensable; and that, as an element of liberal education, it is far more important and far more improving than the reigns of Babylonian and Persian kings, yea even, than the dates and deeds of many of the kings of Judah and Israel.’ 64

in Chosen peoples
Emily J. Manktelow

situation in these Islands, could you be more effectually accomplishing your Mission’. 39 The Directors also joined in these assurances. The good, resulting from an Institution like this … may be expected … not only to be visible in the further progress of the Mission, but also felt in the effects of a systematic and liberal education, upon civil society throughout the islands. We therefore strongly recommend, that … you will continue to make the superintendence of the Academy your chief business; and

in Missionary families
Andrew J. May

Calcutta’s Hindu College, she crystallised this view that government patronage in providing a liberal education to Indian students using the medium of English was as much about maintaining racialised categories as encouraging their permeability: they are ‘British subjects,’ inasmuch as Britain has

in Welsh missionaries and British imperialism
A study in language politics
Heather J. Sharkey

British and Foreign Bible Society for the Year Ending March MCMXX (London: The Bible House, 1920), p. 2. 34 Betty S. Anderson, The American University of Beirut: Arab Nationalism and Liberal Education (Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 2011); Marwa Elshakry, Reading Darwin in Arabic, 1860–1950 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2013

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