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Theological Libraries Month 2020

October is Theological Libraries Month, celebrated to increase awareness of the importance and value of libraries serving theology and religious studies programs through communications and activities for faculty, administrators, staff, and students. As Pitts Theology Library joined Emory and universities...

Open Access Week 2020

October 19–26 2020 is the tenth annual international Open Access Week, when scholars around the world celebrate resources that are open to everyone and advocate for more scholarship to be made freely available.  For many of us, this week passes...

Weekly Webinars Available on Demand!

Every semester, Pitts Theology Library hosts a series of workshops to augment, support, and enhance student learning at Candler School of Theology. Pitts Weekly Workshops will help learners become efficient researchers, prolific writers, and well-prepared students. Weekly workshops cover everything...

New Acquisition: The Earliest Italian Rejection of Martin Luther

Pitts’ Richard C. Kessler Reformation Collection recently acquired an early Italian response to Martin Luther’s reforms, the only copy known to exist outside of Europe. The work, published in 1532 as Jesus Maria. Opera Utilissima vulgare co[n]tra le p[er]nitiosissime heresie...