Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more
Buy Now $3.99
Standard view
Full view
of .
Save to My Library
Look up keyword or section
Like this
0Activity

Table Of Contents

THE FLIGHT TO COLOMBIA
ARRIVAL IN MEDELLíN
“PASEO” TO SANTA FÉ DE ANTIOQUIA, COLOMBIAN PROVINCE OF ANTIOQUIAN INDEPENDENCE
THE RETURN TRIP TO MEDELLíN
OUR HOSTS THE EMERYS
LOOKING FOR THE COLONIAL HERITAGE IN BOGOTÁ
La Casa del Marqués de San Jorge, Bogotá
LA CASA DEL MARQUÉS DE SAN JORGE
EL PALACIO NACIONAL DE GOBIERNO
EL MUSEO COLONIAL
THE GOLD MUSEUM
THE CHURCH OF THE THIRD ORDER OF ST. FRANCIS
THE CHURCH OF SAN FRANCISCO
LA IGLESIA DE LA VERA CRUZ
THE CATHEDRAL OF BOGOTÁ
CHURCH OF THE JESUITS
THE “MUSEO NACIONAL”
TOURISM IN BOGOTÁ
GIRARDOT
CROSSING THE ANDES: THE INFAMOUS ANDEAN “DERRUMBES” OR LANDSLIDES
THE CAUCA VALLEY AND CALI
ON TO POPAYÁN
LOOKING FOR THE COLONIAL HERITAGE IN POPAYÁN
THE CATHEDRAL
LA TORRE DEL RELOJ
IGLESIA DE SAN FRANCISCO
THE MUSEUM OF SACRED ART
THE MUSEUM OF COLONIAL ART
THE HUMILLADERO BRIDGE
LA IGLESIA DE LA COMPANIA
“UMA PEQUEñA SALIDA:” POPAYÁN TO SILVIA AND THE GUAMBIANO INDIANS
POPAYÁN ONCE AGAIN
JOURNEY TO THE ARCHEOLOGICAL SITE OF SAN AGUSTíN
ARRIVAL IN SAN AGUSTíN
SAN AGUSTíN’S PRE-COLOMBIAN CULTURE
THE HOTEL OSOGUAIC AND THE MAGIC MUSHROOMS
RETURN TO THE ARCHEOLOGICAL PARK
MASS IN SAN AGUSTíN
RETURN TO THE HOTEL
OUTING ON HORSEBACK
SUMMARY OF SAN AGUSTíN
RETURN TO GIRARDOT
THE LEPER COLONY OF ÁGUA DE DIOS
NATIONAL POLITICS AND NEWS
MUSING IN COLOMBIA
THE RETURN TO BOGOTÁ
TOURISM TO MONSERRATE
THE DORA LUZ EPISODE ONCE AGAIN
A SOCIAL MOMENT AT THE EMERYS
SUNDAY SCENE IN BOGOTÁ
TUNJA AND BOYACÁ STATE
ARRIVAL IN TUNJA AND THE SEARCH FOR ITS COLONIAL HERITAGE
THE CENTRAL PLAZA
THE SAN FRANCISCO CHURCH
THE DOMINICAN CONVENT
THE CATHEDRAL OF TUNJA
A LITERARY HIGHLIGHT: LA CASA DE DON JUAN DE CASTELLLANOS
LA CASA DE DON JUAN DE VARGAS
THE CHURCH OF SANTA CLARA
THE CHURCH OF SANTA BÁRBARA
LA CASA DE CAPITÁN GONZALO SUÁREZ RENDóN
THE PANTANO DE VARGAS
LA HOSTERíA UCUENGUÁ
EL MUSEO DE ARTE RELIGIOSA EN DUITAMA
AN OUTING TO SOGAMOSO AND MONGUí
LA HACIENDA SUESCÚN
LA LAGUNA DE TOTA
THE COUNTRY BULL FIGHT IN DUITAMA
ON TO VILLA DE LEIVA
OUR INN—EL MOLINO DE MESOPOTAMIA
THE COLONIAL HERITAGE IN VILLA DE LEIVA
HISTORY IN VILLA DE LEIVA
MOVIE MAKING IN COLOMBIA
THE “ECCE HOMO” MONASTERY
ARRIVAL IN RÁQUIRA
FINAL BUSINESS IN BOGOTÁ
TRIP TO ZIPAQUIRÁ
RETURN TO BOGOTÁ: LAST EVENING WITH THE EMERYS
CARTAGENA DE INDIAS—INTRODUCTION AND THE SPANISH TREASURE FLEET
THE DEFENSE OF CARTAGENA
SEARCHING FOR THE COLONIAL HERITAGE
FIRST FORAY INTO THE OLD CITY
LA CASA DE LA INQUISICIóN
THE CHURCH AND CONVENT OF SAN PEDRO CLAVER
THE OLD CITY OF CARTAGENA
THE CHURCH OF SANTO DOMINGO
THE CATHEDRAL OF CARTAGENA
GOOD FRIDAY AND CHURCH SERVICES IN CARTAGENA
GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES
FORTIFICATIONS OF CARTAGENA
THE “CLUB DE PESCA” AND THE FORT OF SAN SEBASTIÁN DEL PASTELILLO
THE FORT OF SAN FELIPE DE BARAJAS
DON BLAS DE LEZO
MORE FORTIFICATIONS: THE BOAT TO BOCACHICA
THE LAST OF THE FORTIFICATIONS: “LAS BODEGAS” (“THE DUNGEONS”)
RESTING FROM THE FORTS
P. 1
A TRIP TO COLOMBIA

A TRIP TO COLOMBIA

Ratings: (0)|Views: 17 |Likes:
Published by Trafford
Coming of Age with the Jesuits chronicles a young man’s formative years from 1959 to 1968 studying on the undergraduate level at Rockhurst College in Kansas City, Missouri, and for the PhD at Saint Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri. Between junior and senior years, Curran had his first educational experience in Latin America studying at the National University of Mexico and traveling to Guatemala. This would lead to an increase in his love of languages and area studies and a future teaching career committed to the same at Arizona State University. The book is not an academic treatise on the Jesuits or their method of study, the Ratio Studiorum, but rather a chronicle of the experiences in their schools by a young man introduced to Jesuit ways and discipline followed by serious study along with college fun and travel. Students from the 1960s will surely recall, relate to, and enjoy similar moments in their own days with the Jesuits. The book chronicles as well the ongoing process of growing up of a small-town farm boy experiencing the big city, college, foreign travel, and the next step of serious study with more precise career goals on the graduate level.
Coming of Age with the Jesuits chronicles a young man’s formative years from 1959 to 1968 studying on the undergraduate level at Rockhurst College in Kansas City, Missouri, and for the PhD at Saint Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri. Between junior and senior years, Curran had his first educational experience in Latin America studying at the National University of Mexico and traveling to Guatemala. This would lead to an increase in his love of languages and area studies and a future teaching career committed to the same at Arizona State University. The book is not an academic treatise on the Jesuits or their method of study, the Ratio Studiorum, but rather a chronicle of the experiences in their schools by a young man introduced to Jesuit ways and discipline followed by serious study along with college fun and travel. Students from the 1960s will surely recall, relate to, and enjoy similar moments in their own days with the Jesuits. The book chronicles as well the ongoing process of growing up of a small-town farm boy experiencing the big city, college, foreign travel, and the next step of serious study with more precise career goals on the graduate level.

More info:

Published by: Trafford on Feb 22, 2013
Copyright:Traditional Copyright: All rights reservedISBN:9781466979109
List Price: $3.99 Buy Now

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
Buy the full version from:Amazon
See more
See less

09/16/2014

179

9781466979109

$3.99

USD

pdf

You're Reading a Free Preview
Pages 4 to 27 are not shown in this preview.
You're Reading a Free Preview
Pages 31 to 179 are not shown in this preview.

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->