We hope you will join us for a screening of the film Munich ’72 & Beyond: A Film of Redemption, a Monument of Remembrance. This film screening, sponsored by the Pitts Theology Library, the Tam Institute for Jewish Studies, and Emory Film and Media Studies, will be held on Thursday, March 30, at 7pm in […]
Join us for the annual Friends of the Library Book Sale in the third floor lecture hall and atrium at Pitts Theology Library on Tuesday, March 21 and Wednesday, March 22 from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. Thousands of books will be on sale for $1 – 5, with a few special items for $10. […]
Emory University’s Spring Break is Monday 3/6-Friday 3/10. The Pitts Theology Library will be closed the weekend before (3/4-3/5) and the weekend after (3/11-3/12). During Spring Break, the Library will be open Monday through Friday, 7:30am-5:00pm. Enjoy the break! For a full list of library hours, visit http://pitts.emory.edu/hours.
Five hundred years ago, in 1517, Martin Luther published his Ninety-Five Theses, a series of statements and proposals about the power of indulgences and the nature of repentance, forgiveness and salvation. Originally intended for academic debate, the document quickly gained popularity, garnering praise and condemnation alike, and is generally seen as the beginning of the […]
Do you have an exegesis assignment coming up? Exegesis can be daunting, but you are not alone. We have created two workshops to help you master the exegesis process. Join Prof. Steve Kraftchick this Wednesday in RARB 250 to learn about his expectations for exegesis papers. And next Tuesday, join Bo Adams in CST 369 […]
The 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 doing […]
As you get into the swing of the new semester, consider making a Pitts Weekly Workshop part of your schedule, beginning this week! These workshops happen on Wednesdays (12-1, with lunch) and Tuesdays (2:30-3:30, with coffee). This semester, we will be discussing a wide variety of topics, ranging from citation management software Zotero (don’t begin another paper […]
The Pitts Theology Library will be closed Saturday, January 14th, through Monday, January 16th, in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr., holiday. The library will resume normal semester hours at 7:30am on Tuesday, January 17th. For all library hours, visit http://pitts.emory.edu/hours. Happy Martin Luther King, Jr., Day!
Pitts Theology Library is back to our normally scheduled hours. For more information, please visit pitts.emory.edu/hours.
Friends, Pitts will be closed again tomorrow, Saturday, January 7th, following Emory’s closure. Stay warm and enjoy another etching from Jan Luiken! This image has an accompanying poem by the artist, which has been translated by Josephine V. Brown, one of our dedicated Pitts volunteers!