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Zotero Workshops This Week!

Are you interested in making your research world a little more organized? Do you want to keep track of your research more systematically? Do you wish to avoid the rush of having to generate bibliographies at the end of a research project? Zotero is a citation management tool that can, in the words of one […]

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Save Time, Use Research Guides!

Did you know that Pitts Theology Library creates guides to save you time and help you with your research? These “guides” are web pages that contain suggested resources for researching a particular topic. Each guide includes general resources and a more focused bibliography, so they are useful for beginners as well as more advanced researchers. There are guides […]

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Resource Spotlight: Oxford Bibliographies

Have you ever had to do a project or assignment on a new topic or one you know very little about? Are you looking for introductory online resources apart from Wikipedia? Emory Library systems, including Pitts Theology Library, provides an easy to use resource for learning about a new field or topic! Oxford Bibliographies Online provides […]

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Weekly Workshops Begin Next Week!

Join us for Weekly Workshops (with free lunch for the first 10 registrants) on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 12:00 – 12:50 pm. We will be exploring a range of topics this term – everything from research at Pitts to the citation management software Zotero and exegesis! Learn more and sign up at pitts.emory.edu/ww.

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Welcome, Candler Class of 2021!

We are so excited to see all the new faces on campus for Orientation! Although there will be much to see and do this week, we would love to see you in the Pitts Theology Library, located on the second floor of the Candler (Rita Anne Rollins) building. Come by for a tour (pitts.emory.edu/tours) and […]

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Welcome Candler Doctor of Ministry Students!

We are delighted to welcome two cohorts of Candler Doctor of Ministry students to campus and to Pitts this week! For all questions related to borrowing privileges for DMin students, visit our DMin FAQ page, which is filled with valuable information. You may also be interested in the details of printing at Pitts, or in […]

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Fall Exhibition Coming Aug. 20th!

Pitts Theology Library is delighted to announce the title of our Fall 2018 exhibition, “Looking Back — Looking Forward: Reading the Reformation through the Lens of Contemporary Christianity,” curated by Dr. Armin Siedlecki! This exhibition will present books and documents from the Richard C. Kessler Reformation Collection to shed light on the original context of […]

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Summer Reads, vol. 9: Bo Adams

For our final summer reading post in this blog series, we spoke with Dr. Bo Adams, Director of the Pitts Theology Library and Candler’s Margaret A. Pitts Assistant Professor in the Practice of Theological Bibliography! Bo holds a doctorate in New Testament studies from Emory, but also has a background in computer science, an interest […]

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Summer Reads, vol. 8: Joel LeMon

For our penultimate blog in this summer reading series, we spoke with Dr. Joel LeMon, Associate Professor of Old Testament and Associate Director of Emory’s the Graduate Division of Religion! Dr. LeMon is well known for his mentorship of doctoral students in Hebrew Bible and for his passionate teaching of Candler’s required Old Testament introductory […]

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Summer Reads, vol. 7: Deanna Ferree Womack

This week we spoke to Deanna Ferree Womack, Assistant Professor of History of Religions and Multifaith Relations at Candler. Dr. Womack teaches courses on Christian-Muslim dialogue and has a book that will appear soon entitled “Protestants, Gender, and the Arab Renaissance in Late Ottoman Syria”! Dr. Womack’s summer reading recommendation is a brand new memoir […]

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