The Jordan residence is affiliated to the New England province in the United States, which is considering reopening a residence in Iraq. The Jesuit presence in the Middle East is linked to their missionary apostolate during the nineteenth century.
They were following in the footsteps of other Jesuits who had been sent to the Aegean Islands or the United States, and preceding those who, in later years, would go to the Indies , Madurai , and Algeria The Syrian mission started in Mount Lebanon before expanding into inner Syria and the coast, into Egypt, and among the Armenians of Anatolia. When the US Jesuits were expelled at the end of the s, some of them moved to Jordan.
It is also reflected in the writing of their history. Studying the Jesuits of the Middle East in the period spanning the nineteenth century up until the Second World War means studying the history of the Catholic missions closely linked to France—its government as well as its church—and then to the Middle Eastern states founded after the fall of the Ottoman Empire, which initially fell under European domination before gaining independence. This is a history written first and foremost by Jesuits and by French-language authors, a virtual monopoly explained by the fact that most of the sources are in French and are sometimes difficult to access.
Religious history here refers to the history of the Oriental churches, since the relations between the Jesuits and Islam have until recently received little attention, whether from historians or from the Jesuits themselves. Thus most of those who have written about the history of the Society in the Middle East are Jesuits themselves. On his return to Beirut, he approached fellow members of the Society for further information, which he recorded in a notebook in the late s.
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After the Second World War, there emerged a sort of tradition whereby the Jesuit archivists began publishing works drawing on the documents in their care. The first of these archivists, Father Henri Jalabert —99 , a nephew of Louis Jalabert, published a description of the works of the new province , followed by biographical notes on the Jesuits of the Middle East. Although published with an index and invaluable notes, his work is sometimes difficult to use, as Kuri selected documents without defining his selection criteria and without identifying extracts or the reasons why they had been selected.
He also omitted several anti-Protestant and anti-Muslim passages. Instead, he emphasized the links with the Netherlands and did justice to the American Jesuits, who were very active in Iraq as well as in Jordan and Lebanon. In addition to these general writings, the Jesuits published works celebrating their accomplishments or paying tribute to particular priests. Many of the earlier texts were published to mark an anniversary in order to highlight the longevity of the Jesuit presence in the Middle East and to justify the legitimacy of their actions. Researchers have sometimes come up against real obstacles, especially because of difficulties in accessing sources.
These letters are arranged according to geographical origin. The correspondence between Rome and the province of Lyon, which was in charge of the Middle East missions, is also useful.
The catalogs, which list the Jesuits present in the different provinces of the Society on a year-by-year basis, have been digitized and are available online for the period from to Theses archives are extremely useful, since most of the Middle Eastern missions Syria, Egypt, Armenia , as well as the Algerian mission, were affiliated to the Lyon province, either from the beginning of the mission, or, in the case of the oldest ones, a few years after they were established. My own research, for example, has uncovered large numbers of invitations to theatrical performances staged by the students of Saint Joseph University at the end of the Ottoman period.
In addition to these Jesuit archives, there are also diplomatic archives, especially the French diplomatic archives. Held in Paris and Nantes, these archives contain a multitude of documents relating to the presence and activities of the Jesuits, who received diplomatic and financial support from the French government. Most of these documents are in French; the remainder are in Arabic, Italian, or Latin. This largely explains the predominance of the French language or French-speaking researchers in this field.
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Another reason for the predominance of French-language research is the division that has emerged in missionary studies between English-speaking scholars and French-speaking scholars. Whereas the former have mainly been interested in the American or English Protestant missions, the latter have tended to focus on the Catholic missions.
This gap is now beginning to narrow, with an increasing number of studies that explore the different networks from a comparative perspective. That the sources are scattered across several continents, and the difficulties that are sometimes involved in trying to access them, explains the near monopoly of the Jesuits on the recording of their Middle Eastern history. The rules are less strict in the other archive collections, but researchers are still subject to the decisions of individual archivists or their superiors.
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The number and variety of Jesuit writings also betrays the desire of the Society of Jesus in the Middle East to retain control over what is written about it. Appresso Gio. Gabbriello Hertz. A Amsterdam, chez J. Bernard, marchand libraire.
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Job Field. And countable ones can definitely take partitive articles. It's not seen often, but it can, as per DesertGlass' example. The difference is that only countable nouns can take numeral articles usually, there are some context specific and rare exceptions, as in every French rule ;-. It may be confusing to an English speaker because you have the distinction between the indefinite singular article and the numeral article indicating one object "a" vs "one" whereas French only has one word for the two functions un. EDIT : As per DXLi's explanation, when countable nouns take a partitive article, it's because they're used as a "mass" noun, or the matter instead of the stand alone and countable discrete object.
Thanks for taking the time to explain that. It's to Duolingo's credit that it had managed to instil this into me already so that when an inconsistent answer came up I knew something was amiss. Um, when you say "only uncountable nouns can take partitive articles" But "tomate" isn't an uncountable noun, just used in an "uncountable sense" This difference is mostly semantics. Almost all nouns that can be used in a mass sense also can be used in a discrete sense, so when we say "mass noun", it essentially means the mass sense of that noun.
In your example, de la tomate means an uncountable mass of tomato, while une tomate means a particular tomato. So even though tomate can sometimes be a count noun, it is also considered a mass noun when used with a partitive. There's some debate about whether or not countable nouns can take partitives, and most of this comes from the question of whether or not des is a partitive. Regardless, for singular nouns, partitives can only be used for mass nouns. For instance, j'ai de la robe is nonsensical. Thanks for the info DXLi. Let me stress I'm coming at this from a completely innocent angle and have no doubt that you guys know your stuff, it's just hard to communicate it sometimes.
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