Loomie, Albert Joseph
LOOMIE, Albert Joseph
LOOMIE, Albert Joseph. American, b. 1922. Genres: History. Career: Emeritus Professor of History, Fordham University, NYC, 1993- (member of faculty since 1958; Professor, 1968-93). Member of the Jesuit Order since 1939. Publications: (with C. M. Lewis) The Spanish Jesuit Mission in Virginia, 1570-72, 1953; Toleration and Diplomacy: The Religious Issue in Anglo-Spanish Relations 1603-1605, 1963; The Spanish Elizabethans: The English Exiles at the Court of Philip II, 1964; Guy Fawkes in Spain, 1971; Spain and the Jacobean Catholics, vol. I, 1973, vol. II, 1978; Ceremonies of Charles I: The Notebooks of John Finet 1628-41, 1987; English Polemics at the Spanish Court: Joseph Creswell's Letter to the Ambassador from England, The English and Spanish Texts of 1606, 1993; Spain and the Early Stuarts 1585-1655, 1996. Address: Loyola Hall, Fordham University, Bronx, NY 10458, U.S.A.