The Divinity Library has added several new resources including: America’s Historical Newspapers (1690-1789) “Comprising titles from Readex’s Early American Newspapers collection, this resource allows full-text access to newspapers from communities across New England, the Mid-Atlantic, to coastal South Carolina and Georgia. Publications include news, opinion, prose, advertisements and more.” Check out America’s Historical Newspapers (1690-1789)… Keep Reading
“The digital Loeb Classical Library presents an interconnected, fully searchable, perpetually growing, virtual library of Greek and Latin literature. Works of epic and lyric poetry; tragedy and comedy; history, travel, philosophy, and oratory; the great medical writers and mathematicians; and those Church Fathers who made particular use of pagan culture are represented here with up-to-date… Keep Reading
Lost? Confused? Check out our Divinity Library orientation guide – and for those entering MDiv and MTS students, don’t forget to attend your meeting with your personal librarian. Questions? Let us know!
In conjunction with the Jean & Alexander Heard Library Special Collections’ exhibit, “The Fight for Freedom,” the Divinity Library has a display on minister-activists the Rev. Kelly Miller Smith and Rev. James Lawson, both of whom have ties to the Divinity School and whose papers reside in our Special Collections. The exhibit will be on… Keep Reading
Listen to an interview with Lenn Goodman, Professor of Philosophy and Andrew Mellon Professor of Humanities, about his soon-to-be-published book Religious Pluralism and Values in the Public Sphere.
Room 221 in the Divinity Library will be reserved every Thursday from 9 to 10 o’clock for walk-in reference help and database training sessions. The library has a wealth of resources — books, databases, periodicals, and digital material on multiple platforms. But all of this wealth can be overwhelming. We invite you to “walk-in” sessions… Keep Reading