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Gerald McKevitt, SJ
Ph.D. University of California - Los Angeles, 1972
"Jesuit Higher Education in the United States, 1814-c.1970" The Cambridge Companion to the Jesuits, ed. Thomas Worcester (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008), 278-297
"Italian Jesuits in Maryland: A Clash of Theological Cultures," Studies in Jesuit Spirituality 39 (Spring 2007).Brokers of Culture: Italian Jesuits in the American West, 1848-1919, (Stanford University Press, 2007).
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"Foreign Aid: Northwest Indian Evangelization by European Jesuits, 1841-1909," The Catholic Historical Review 91 (2005): 688-713.
"'Habits of Industry': Jesuits and Nineteenth-Century Native American Education," Spirit, Style, Story: Essays Honoring John Padberg, S.J., ed. Thomas M. Lucas (Chicago: Loyola Press, 2002), 365-401.
Serving the Intellect, Touching the Heart: A Portrait of Santa Clara University, 1851-2001, with George F. Giacomini, Jr. (Santa Clara University, 2000)
"The Art of Conversion: Jesuit and Flatheads in Nineteenth-Century Montana," U.S. Catholic Historian 12 (1994): 49-64.
"Italian Jesuits in New Mexico: A Report by Donato M. Gasparri, 1867-1869," New Mexico Historical Review 67 (1992): 357-392.
"Jesuit Higher Education in the United States," Mid-America, An Historical Review 72 (1991): 209-226.
"Gregorio Mengarini, 1811-1886, North American Missionary and Linguist," Archivum Historicum Societatis Iesu, 61 (1992): 171-189.
"Hispanic Californians and Catholic Higher Education: The Diary of Jesús María Estudillo, 1857-1864," California History 69 (Winter 1990-1991): 320-331, 401-403.
"Jesuit Missionary Linguistics in the Pacific Northwest: A Comparative Study," The Western Historical Quarterly 21 (1990): 281-304.
"The Jump That Saved the Rocky Mountain Mission&": Jesuit Recruitment and the Pacific Northwest," Pacific Historical Review 55 (1986): 427-453.
The University of Santa Clara, A History, 1851-1977 (Stanford University Press, 1979).
Administration and Service
Member, Board of Trustees, Santa Clara University, 1993-1999.
Rector, Jesuit Community at Santa Clara University, 1993-1999.
University Historian, Santa Clara University, 1985-present.
Member, Board of Trustees, Gonzaga University, 1988-1997.
Member, National Seminar on Jesuit Higher Education, 1990-1994.
Chair, History Department, Santa Clara University, 1984-1988.
Division Director, History and Social Science Division, Santa Clara University, 1985-1986.
University Archivist, Santa Clara University, 1975-1985.