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Summer Reads, vol. 4: Callie Tabor and Brady Beard

This week we spoke to our two Graduate Reference Assistants: Callie Tabor, a doctoral student in Theology, and Brady Beard, a doctoral candidate in Hebrew Bible. Callie and Brady are familiar faces at the reference desk, supporting student and faculty research in a variety of areas. They have also been instrumental in the reference weeding […]

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Summer Reads, vol. 3: Kwok Pui Lan

This week, we spoke to Distinguished Visiting Professor of Theology Dr. Kwok Pui Lan! Dr. Kwok received the “Faculty Person of the Year” award, bestowed by Candler students on the professor who has most impacted them in the past year. She specializes in feminist and post-colonial theology, but her suggestions for your summer reading demonstrate […]

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Summer Reading, vol. 2: Myron McGhee

This week, we spoke with Circulation Specialist Myron McGhee (’95T)! Myron was this year’s recipient of the Candler Black Student Caucus Award for Excellence for a staff member, and has been a vital part of the Pitts staff for many years. As a Candler MDiv graduate himself, Myron has been a source of inspiration and […]

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Summer Reading, vol. 1: Tony Alonso

Despite what the calendar may say, it is most definitely summer here in Atlanta—this means curling up at the pool (or in the A/C) with some summer reading! Over the course of the next few weeks, this blog will introduce you to a diverse array of recommendations for your bookshelf and iPhone from staff members […]

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Pitts is in Finals-Mode

As we approach the end of the Spring Semester, the staff of Pitts Theology Library wishes you well on your upcoming work and invites you to rely on the spaces and the resources of the library to help you do your best. As we move into the Finals period, there are a few changes to […]

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Easter Break Hours

Pitts Theology Library will be closed Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (3/30-4/1) in observance of the Easter holiday. If you’re in search of online exegetical resources during that time, check out this handy guide that we’ve designed!

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Easter Resources in the DIA

As Holy Week approaches, the to-do lists get longer and the time gets shorter! Even though it isn’t, strictly speaking, the “good news” of this liturgical season, Pitts does have some good news! You can cross at least one item off your list by finding bulletin and program images in the Pitts Digital Image Archive. In addition to the regular character search features, […]

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Exciting Printing News!

There’s a new way to print at Emory: the “MyPrintCenter,” which allows you to print from any browser (including browsers on mobile devices)! This tool can be accessed by going to https://eagleprint.emory.edu/myprintcenter. You’ll log in using your Emory NetID/password, and then you can upload files you wish to print. Again, this tool is available via […]

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Graphic Design Workshop

As church leaders and scholars, we are increasingly called upon to design materials for print and the web. In this workshop, we will learn how to use Canva (www.canva.com), a free, online design tool. Using the templates in Canva, you can create elegant website graphics, brochures, church bulletins, social media posts, posters, presentations, and more. […]

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Keep Up with Pitts!

There’s a lot going on at Pitts: workshops, exhibits, lectures, and seasonal academic events! The best way to make sure you don’t miss any of these opportunities is to sign up for the Pitts Prospectus, a weekly email that will keep you updated with all the happenings at Pitts. Visit pitts.emory.edu/prospectus to sign up (you […]

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