Do you have an exegesis assignment coming up? Exegesis can be daunting, but you are not alone. We have created two workshops to help you master the exegesis process.
Join Prof. Steve Kraftchick this Wednesday in RARB 250 to learn about his expectations for exegesis papers. And next Tuesday, join Bo Adams in CST 369 to explore the mechanics of exegesis in-depth.
Sign up for one session or both at: http://pitts.emory.edu/ww. We look forward to seeing you there!
The Pitts Theology Library is committed to improving the service we offer our community. To this end, each year we ask users of the library to let us know how we’re doing, as a way of better understanding your experience of our staff, spaces, and materials.
Please take a moment to tell us how we are doing by visiting pitts.emory.edu/survey. We value your feedback—each response helps us improve our existing services and address new needs.
If you respond to the survey, you will be entered to receive early access to our annual Book Sale! Winners will be able to peruse all the books prior to the sale, selecting up to 10 books to purchase in advance.
We look forward to hearing from you! As always, please feel free to contact a reference librarian if you have any questions or concerns.
As you get into the swing of the new semester, consider making a Pitts Weekly Workshop part of your schedule, beginning this week! These workshops happen on Wednesdays (12-1, with lunch) and Tuesdays (2:30-3:30, with coffee). This semester, we will be discussing a wide variety of topics, ranging from citation management software Zotero (don’t begin another paper without it!), a session on setting up cloud-based storage, and a session on creating a website for yourself or your church. See the full list of offerings and sign up at pitts.emory.edu/ww!
The Pitts Theology Library will be closed Saturday, January 14th, through Monday, January 16th, in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr., holiday. The library will resume normal semester hours at 7:30am on Tuesday, January 17th. For all library hours, visit http://pitts.emory.edu/hours. Happy Martin Luther King, Jr., Day!
Pitts Theology Library is back to our normally scheduled hours. For more information, please visit pitts.emory.edu/hours.
Friends, Pitts will be closed again tomorrow, Saturday, January 7th, following Emory’s closure. Stay warm and enjoy another etching from Jan Luiken! This image has an accompanying poem by the artist, which has been translated by Josephine V. Brown, one of our dedicated Pitts volunteers!
Pitts Theology Library will be closed Friday, January 6th, following Emory University’s closure for inclement weather. We will keep you posted about any further closures. In the meantime, stay safe and enjoy this lovely etching by Jan Luiken, which can be found, along with a poem by the artist, in our Digital Image Archive!
On Tuesday, January 3rd, the Pitts Theology Library began its spring semester hours. The library is open Monday through Thursday, 7:30am through 9:00pm, Friday, 7:30am through 6:00pm, Saturday, 10:00am through 5:00pm, and Sunday 2:00pm through 8:00pm. The library will be closed 1/14-1/16 for the MLK holiday. For all of the library’s hours, visit http://pitts.emory.edu/hours. Happy New Year!
The Pitts Theology Library will be closed on Friday, December 30th, and Monday, January 2nd, for the New Year’s holiday. We will resume our normal academic-year hours on Tuesday, January 3, 2017. To see a full list of library hours, including holiday schedules, visit http://pitts.emory.edu/hours. Happy New Year!
The Pitts Theology Library will be closed on Friday, December 23rd, and Monday, December 26th, for the Christmas holiday. To see a full list of library hours, including holiday schedules, visit http://pitts.emory.edu/hours. Merry Christmas!