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Jesuit Education in Central Europe

In May and June 2016, Sarah Jannarone spent three weeks conducting research at the Jesuit College Magis in Maribor, Slovenia as part of an ongoing initiative of the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs and the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching, and Service at Georgetown University. While at Magis, the first Jesuit residential college for university students in Slovenia, she interviewed members of the Magis community, including students, administrators, Jesuits, and the rector of the college. Jannarone also interviewed students from St. Ignatius College in Budapest, Hungary and Jesuits in Ljubljana, Slovenia as a part of her investigation into the network of Jesuit residential colleges that are to be built throughout Central Europe.
Jesuit College Magis in Maribor, Slovenia

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