Research

A Jesuit studying at Oxford University has been awarded the runner-up prize for the Peter Beaconsfield Prize in Physiological Sciences, 2014. Fr Sumeth Perera SJ from Sri Lanka is in the second year of his DPhil. A member of the Campion Hall Community, he is reading for his doctorate in Genetics at the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics (DPAG), working in the Goberdhan and Wilson laboratories.The Peter Beaconsfield Prize, which is open to postgraduate students in Physiological...
I am the Province Archivist and thus I am responsible for caring for the archival documents as well as a collection of antiquarian books and some historical artefacts belonging to the Jesuits in Britain. As archivist, I ensure that archival records are collected, catalogued, preserved and where necessary I arrange for conservation work to be done to repair and restore items identified as needing this. In addition, I provide a professional service by responding to enquiries and by making...
 The purpose of the Jesuit in Britain Archives is to collect, preserve and make available records concerning the Jesuits in Britain.  The Archive (Archivum Britannicum Societatis Iesu: ABSI) primarily holds records relating to the Jesuits in Britain. It is not, however, the only archive of the British Province. As well as small scale local collections, there are also significant holdings at Stonyhurst College, Lancashire and at Campion Hall, Oxford.  The collection at...