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This volume deals with Jesuit educational strategy in the far North with a view to infiltrating the body politic of the Scandinavian kingdoms. Reactions and counter-reactions are traced as far as extant authentic and original documents permit.
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Oskar Bernhard Garstein, Th.D. (1954) and Ph.D. (1965), Oslo University, is Research Professor in Oslo. Next to many newspaper articles on historical subjects, his publications includeRome and the Counter-Reformation in Scandinavia, Vols. I-III (1963 sqq.); Epistolarum Commercium P. Laurentii Nicolai Norvegi S.J. (1980).Review:
'"It is a worthy addition to the noted publisher's series, Studies in the History of Christian Thought."' "Bibliotheque d'Humanisme et Renaissance," 1992. '"Garstein's scholarship is impressive in its depth and breadth, and these volumes will no doubt be definitive for many decades to come."' Jole Shackelford, "Scandinavian Studies," 1997. '"The author's analysis of the social background of students are extraordinarily interesting...the book also represents an essential contribution to the history of academic peregrination in general."' Zdenek Hojda, "Acta Comeniana," 1995.
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Book Description Brill Academic Pub, 1991. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M9004093931