Ronan, Charles E. 1914-

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RONAN, Charles E. 1914-


Born June 1, 1914, in Chicago, IL; son of Raymond (an oil expert) and Anne (a homemaker; maiden name, Foley) Ronan. Ethnicity: "Irish-American." Education: Loyola University, A.B., 1946, M.A., 1955; University of Texas, Ph.D., 1958. Politics: Democrat. Religion: Catholic. Hobbies and other interests: Swimming.


Home and office—Jesuit Residence, 6525 North Sheridan Rd., Chicago, IL 60626. E-mail—[email protected].


Roman Catholic priest of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits); University of Detroit, Detroit, MI, professor of history, 1957-58; Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH, professor of history, 1960-63; Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL, professor of history, 1964-84, professor emeritus, 1984—.


American Historical Association.


Alumni Association Award, Loyola University, 1988.


Francisco Javier Clavigero, S.J. (1731-1787): Figure of the Mexican Enlightenment; His Life and Works, Loyola University Press (Chicago, IL), 1977.

(With Walter Hanisch) Epistolario de Juan Ignacio Molina, S.J., Loyola University Press (Chicago, IL), 1979.

(Editor, with Bonnie B. C. Oh) East Meets West: The Jesuits in China, 1582-1773, Loyola University Press (Chicago, IL), 1988.

(Editor, with Joseph A. Gagliano) Jesuit Encounters in the New World: Jesuit Chroniclers, Geographers, Educators, and Missionaries in the Americas, 1549-1767, Institutum Historicum S.I. (Rome, Italy), 1997.

Juan Ignacio Molina: The World's Window on Chile, Peter Lang Publishing (New York, NY), 2002.

(Editor) Juan Ignacio Molina, A Latin Elegy on Smallpox, 2003.

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