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Dauril Alden. The Making of an Enterprise: The Society of Jesus in Portugal, Its Empire, and Beyond, 1540-1750. Stanford University Press. 1996. 707pp.

George M. Anderson. With Christ in Prison: Jesuits in Jail from St. Ignatius to the Present. Fordham University Press. 2000. 238pp.

Thomas Joseph Campbell. The Jesuits, 1534-1921: A History of the Society of Jesus from Its Foundation to the Present Time. New York: Encyclopedia Press. 1921. 937pp.

Mordechai Feingold (editor). The New Science and Jesuit Science: Seventeenth Century Perspectives. Springer. 2003. 270pp.

Róisín Healy. The Jesuit Specter in Imperial Germany. E. J. Brill. 2003. 263pp.

Jean Lacouture. Translated by Jeremy Leggatt. Jesuits: A Multibiography. Basic Books. 1997. 564pp.

Douglas Letson; Michael Higgins. The Jesuit Mystique. Loyola Press. 1995. 276pp.

Thomas M. McCoog. The Society of Jesus in Ireland, Scotland, and England 1541-1588: "Our Way of Proceeding?". E. J. Brill. 1996. 316pp.

Gerald McKevitt. Brokers of Culture: Italian Jesuits in the American West, 1848-1919. Stanford University Press. 2007. 428pp.

David Mitchell. The Jesuits: A History. Franklin Watts. 1981. 320pp.

Eric Nelson. The Jesuits and the Monarchy: Catholic Reform and Political Authority in France (1590-1615). Ashgate Publishing. 2005. 275pp.

Raymond A. Schroth. The American Jesuits: A History. NYU Press. 2007. 313pp.

Andrew Steinmetz. History of the Jesuits: From the Foundation of Their Society to Its Suppression by Pope Clement XIV. London: Richard Bentley. 1848. (3 vols.)

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