Monthly Archives: July 2019

Summer Reading, vol. 11: Sarah Bogue

For our second to last Summer Reading blog post, we consulted a familiar face from the Pitts Reference and Circulation desks, and occasionally in your classroom! Sarah Bogue, Head of Research and Access Services, coordinates the busy service points of the library, conducts research consultations for both students and faculty, delivers instructional sessions in a […]

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Summer Reading, vol. 10: Carl Holladay

While Dr. Carl Holladay, Charles Howard Candler Professor of New Testament, may be retiring after 39 years on the Candler faculty, his book shelves are still full as he moves on to a new chapter, and he was enthused to provide us with some parting reading suggestions this week! Dr. Holladay is currently reading Robert Caro’s […]

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Summer Reading, vol. 9: Kailyn Middleton

Pitts’ Interlibrary Loan and Circulation Specialist, Kailyn Middleton, not only brought a new face to the library team this year, but also fascinating reading and listening suggestions for the summer! Kailyn joins the Pitts staff from the University of North Georgia and now works on Level 2 to bring you any books Emory’s libraries don’t […]

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Summer Reading, vol. 8: Roxanne Russell

This week Candler’s Director of Online Learning, Roxanne Russell, gave her two cents on great reads for the summer intercession! Roxanne supports the fully online Doctor of Ministry program and collaborates with Candler faculty to facilitate innovative methods of digital pedagogy. First, Roxanne suggests a book of short stories by innovative Chinese writer, Can Xue, titled […]

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Summer Reading, vol. 7: Liz Miller

Summer reading suggestions are brought to you this week by Elizabeth (Liz) Miller, Pitts Theology Library’s Reserves and Circulation Specialist. First, Liz recommends The privileged poor: how elite colleges are failing disadvantaged students by Anthony Abraham Jack (Harvard University Press, 2019). Written by a former scholarship student of elite institutions, this book sheds light on how and why disadvantaged students struggle at top […]

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