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PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

  • Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Jesuit Studies (Brill) and of the monograph Series of Jesuit Studies (Brill);
  • General Editor of The New Sommervogel Project: Jesuit Library Online (Boston College/Brill);
  • Coordinator of Jesuit-themed panels at the annual meetings of the Renaissance Society of America and the Sixteenth Century Studies Conference;
  • Co-organizer of the conference “The Tragic Couple: Encounters Between Jews and Jesuits” at Boston College (July 2012);
  • Curator of the Exhibition “The Tragic Couple: Encounters Between Jews and Jesuits” at the Burns Library, Boston College (July 2012);
  • Organizer of the twofold conference “Jesuit Survival and Restoration: 200th Anniversary Perspectives” (June 2014 at Boston College and in October 2014 in Macau);
  • Co-curator of the exhibition “The Jesuit Victorian Poet Gerard Manley Hopkins” (April 2014 at Burns Library, Boston College);
  • Co-curator of the exhibition “Jesuit Survival and Restoration: 200th Anniversary Perspectives” (June 2014 at Burns Library, Boston College);
  • Organizer of the First International Symposium on Jesuit Studies (forthcoming in June 2015, Boston College)
  • Organizer of the conference “Encounters between Jesuits and Protestants in Africa” (forthcoming in June 2016 in Nairobi, Kenya);
  • Organizer of the conference “Encounters between Jesuits and Protestants in Asia” (forthcoming in November 2016 in Macau, China); 
  • Organizer of the conference “Encounters between Jesuits and Protestants in the Americas” (forthcoming in June 2017 at Boston College);
  • Curator of the exhibition “Encounters between Jesuits and Protestants in the Americas in Fine Arts and Print” (forthcoming in June 2017 at McMullen Museum, Boston College)
  • Manuscript/project reviewer for Brill Academic Publishers, Ashgate/Jesuit Historical Institute, Oxford University Press, Archivum Historicum Societatis Iesu, Journal of the History of Ideas, Canadian Journal of History/Annales canadiennes d’histoire, Reformation and Renaissance Review, Rocznik Teologiczny ChAT, European Research Council, and Czech Science Foundation. 
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