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Exhibition Opening: A Book More Precious Than Gold

Books often tell stories that go far beyond their printed text. Explore these stories at Pitts’ new exhibition A Book More Precious than Gold: Reading the Printed Book Alongside Its Previous Owners and Readers curated by Dr. Armin Siedlecki and Dr. Ulrich Bubenheimer with Dr. Eric Moore. This exhibition will run until November 30, 2019 […]

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DiscoverE Changes, August 15 2019

During the day on Thursday August 15, the Library will make some changes to DiscoverE; it’ll look a little different, as we work to make it easier for  users to find information they need. If you encounter something that’s not working normally in DiscoverE, please contact coreserviceshelp [at] emory [dot] edu.  If you have a […]

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Welcome, Candler Class of 2022!

Are you an incoming Candler student? Make space in your orientation week to take a library tour, where you will learn your way around as well as get started practicing with the tools of research (and you may even win some prizes!). Guided tours are available on Tuesday afternoon during pre-orientation and on Friday afternoon after the […]

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Easter Weekend Hours

Please note that Pitts Theology Library will be closed from Friday, April 19 until Sunday, April 21 for Good Friday and the Easter weekend. The library will re-open at 7:30 AM on Monday, April 22. Please refer to the Table of All Libraries’ Hours for alternative study spaces!

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New Exhibition Coming Soon!

March 15th marked the final day of the “Materiality of Devotion: From Manuscript to Print” exhibition! We acknowledge the hard work from our curators, the Rose Library, and the Carlos Museum to make this collaborative exhibition a success. Remember, you can now view the catalog online and watch talks from the Exhibition Symposium on Candler’s Vimeo website. […]

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Easter Resources Weekly Workshop

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! Next week’s workshop will help you prepare for the busy season of Easter by exploring key resources for Holy Week worship services. In this workshop, we […]

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Exegesis Weekly Workshops

It’s time to start thinking critically about your exegesis assignments! Pitts Theology Library has all the tools you’ll need online and in print to produce a successful paper. Learn about key strategies, resources, and how to best use them at Pitts’ Exegesis workshops this week – register at this link and enjoy a free lunch as […]

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Tell Us What You Think!

Pitts Theology Library is committed to improving the service we offer our community. To this end, each year, we ask users of the library to let us know how we’re doing, as a way of better understanding your experience of our staff, spaces, and materials. Please take a moment to tell us how we are […]

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Brandon Wason Named SBL Archivist

Pitts Theology Library’s Curator of Archives and Manuscripts, Brandon Wason, has been appointed Archivist of the Society of Biblical Literature (SBL). Brandon will head efforts to provide access to and digitize the rich collection of institutional records, which were recently relocated and absorbed by Pitts in January 2018 (see here). Commenting on his appointment, Brandon […]

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Jan Term Hours

Happy New Year! J Term hours began this Wednesday, January 2 and runs through Sunday, January 13. During J Term, the library will be open from 7:30 am – 5:00 pm Monday to Friday. The library will be closed on weekends. For full Spring hours, visit pitts.emory.edu/hours

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