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Outreach Librarian Kashif Graham was interviewed on the QueerVotion podcast and talks about his journey as a queer Christian, the politics of believing, and his work as a theological librarian. You can listen to the episode HERE.
Behold, Reflect, and Transform: Art in the Christian Tradition Database is an exhibit in the Vanderbilt Divinity Library curated by Anne Richardson and Charlotte Lew. The Art in the Christian Tradition database integrates curated Creative Commons images with concepts and scripture texts from the Bible. The exhibit highlights thematic ACT images that demonstrate the time periods,… Keep reading
The Religious Magazine Archive is a collection of 22 periodicals that represent a variety of religious traditions. The coverage of the entire collection ranges from 1845 to 2015. Contents include The American Theosophist, The Catholic World, Islamic Horizons, and The Sikh Messenger, among other titles. More popular than scholarly, these magazines show how religious traditions… Keep reading
A new episode of Chris Benda’s Authorial Intentions podcast is available, featuring an interview with Professor Jaco Hamman about his book, The Millennial Narrative: Sharing a Good Life with the Next Generation. More interviews are available on the Authorial Intentions site on SoundCloud.
A new episode of Chris Benda’s Authorial Intentions podcast is live, featuring an interview with Professor John McClure about his book, Speaking Together and With God: Liturgy and Communicative Ethics. Check out this interview and others HERE.
Roots, Influences, and Beyond: Christian Hebraism and Bible Translation is curated by Professor Choon-leong Seow, Almond Sin and Charlotte Lew. This exhibit highlights the contributions of Christian Hebraists and their influence on early modern Bible translations in the sixteenth century. It is on view through May 12, 2019.
Dr. Andrea Seri, Professor of Ancient History at Universidad Nacional de Córdoba in Argentina will give two lectures on the Cultures in Clay exhibit. The Cuneiform Tablets in the Vanderbilt Divinity Library Collection Jan. 30, 4:10 PM at Divinity Library, Reference Room Before Noah: Gilgamesh and the Flood Feb. 6, 4:10 PM… Keep reading
Want some background on a religious topic from people you can trust? Browse to Oxford Research Encyclopedias: Religion, where you’ll find articles about subjects like African Religions, Hinduism, Religion and Art, and Religion in America, among other categories. All of the articles are written by scholars who work in the areas they’re writing about (Vanderbilt’s… Keep reading
Margaret Ann Trotter (MAT) has worked for the Vanderbilt University Libraries since 1979. She began working in the Divinity Library, moved to several other positions around the system, then returned ‘home’ to Divinity in 1994. Her current position is Manager of Leganto Service; Coordinator of Divinity Reserves. What is something about your job that you… Keep reading