Category Archives: Research

Luther Handwriting Discovery!

A three line inscription on the title page of a 1520 pamphlet from the Richard C. Kessler Reformation Collection (pictured above) was recently identified by the German Church Historian Ulrich Bubenheimer as being in the hand of Martin Luther himself! The author of the pamphlet–a fictitious dialogue critical of Pope Leo X’s bull that threatened […]

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Planning for End of Semester Projects

This is a good time to make sure you have all the materials you’ll need for your final papers and projects.  To help you make the most of your time, we suggest the following: 1. Schedule a research consultation with one of Pitts’ Research Librarians for suggestions regarding sources and search strategies for your topics […]

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Research Boot Camp at Pitts Theology Library

What is a Research Boot Camp?  In short, it’s a day dedicated to moving you ahead in your individual research projects.  Research Boot Camp goals include: Setting aside the time needed to make progress on your research goals Increasing awareness of your own research and writing process through the use of logs and journals Consulting […]

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