We hope you have a chance to meet Bobby Smiley, the new Liaison Librarian for Theology and Religion. Bobby provides professional research instruction and information consultation services for faculty and students in the Divinity School, Graduate Department of Religion and the Religious Studies Department of the College of Arts & Science. Bobby has a B.A. in Political Science… Keep Reading
Lost? Confused? Check out our Divinity Library orientation guide. Questions? Let us know!
As part of New Student Orientation, the Divinity Library is inviting the Divinity School community to an Open House. Wednesday August 17 2-4pm Divinity Library (Central Library building, 2nd floor) Join us for Las Paletas popsicles, library tours, and meeting your friendly Divinity Librarians
A new tool, called SIPX, will help streamline the copyright clearance process. Integrated with Blackboard, SIPIX draws in all types of content and data, including library-licensed content and open-access materials. The library will host SIPX training for faculty and staff from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. on July 26, 27 and 28 at the Central Library,… Keep Reading
Listen to Bruce Morrill talk about his recent article “Good Table Manners? The Presence and Participation of Fellow Christians at Roman Catholic Mass.” The interview is part of a new series, called Open Exchanges, that focuses on publications available in open-access format. Various versions of Bruce’s article can be found on his faculty Web page.
We are pleased to announce that Bobby Smiley has accepted the Subject Liaison for Theology and Religion position for the Divinity Library and will begin employment at Vanderbilt on May 20th. Bobby will provide professional research instruction and information consultation services for faculty and students in the Divinity School, Graduate Department of Religion and the Religious Studies Department of the College of… Keep Reading
Explore a collection of alternative press journals, magazines, and newspapers covering feminists, dissident GIs, campus radicals, Native Americans, anti-war activists, Black Power advocates, Latinos, gays, lesbians, etc. (Off-campus access requires logging in.)
View a collection of documents detailing the activities of the Freedom Riders, an interracial group who rode buses in May 1961 from Washington, DC, bound for New Orleans to protest segregation in the southern United States. Learn more. (Off-campus access requires logging in.)
All Vanderbilt libraries plan to open as scheduled today. Stay safe and warm!