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Sewanee School of Theology Library Guide: Home

Gathering of information especially for the students at the School of Theology

Hours

Basic Academic year schedule

Mondays-Thursdays:  7:45 am-1 am

Fridays:  7:45 am-9 pm

Saturdays:  9 am-6 pm

Sundays:  noon to 1 am

other hours

Jessie Ball duPont Library News

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Welcome to the Sewanee School of Theology Library home page

 

Most of the library resources for the School of Theology are housed on the third floor of the Jessie Ball duPont Library.  The offices for the Theology Librarians, Theology Reserve, Theology Reference, Theology Periodicals (current and bound), Diocesan Journals, and general collection material for Philosophy, Psychology, Religion, World Religions, Bible and Theology are all located on the third floor.  There are also computers, a photocopier, and many study tables and carrels.  The Urban T. Holmes reading area is furnished with comfortable leather overstuffed furniture.  The third floor is the "quiet" study floor in the library, and there is a locked group-study room reserved for Theology students.

Jim's Theology Reference corner

  • November 7, 2013  

    There is a short article on the 2013 Episcopal Seminarian Leadership Conference in the fall 2013 SEED & HARVEST, Trinity School for Ministry’s magazine.  Shelley Ryan represented Sewanee, as you can see from the group photo.

  • November 5, 2013  

    The latest (fall) issue of ANGLICAN THEOLOGICAL REVIEW is now in the library, shelved with other current theology periodicals on the third floor.  The table of contents can be viewed here: http://www.anglicantheologicalreview.org/read/issue/current/. Note that the contents include a book review by Rob MacSwain.  

  • August 28, 2013  

    The latest (fall) issue of ANGLICAN THEOLOGICAL REVIEW is now in the library, shelved with other current theology periodicals on the third floor.  The table of contents can be viewed here: http://www.anglicantheologicalreview.org/read/issue/current/. Note that the contents include a book review by Rob MacSwain.

  • August 28, 2013

    The Living Church for September 1 has several items connected with Sewanee.  The lead news article (page 4) is about the updating and enriching of the EfM program,now reaching 8000 people a year around the world in a four-year theological education enterprise for lay people.  A full page (page 8) is given to this past July’s Sewanee Church Music Conference, the 64th consecutive iteration.  Notice is given there of the 2015 conference, in which the Dean of the School of Theology, Neil Alexander, will participate.  Then there is a two-page review (pages 20-21) of Deep Engagement, Fresh Discovery, a report on the use of the Bible in the life of the many churches in the Anglican Communion.  Rob MacSwain of the School of Theology’s faculty was the North American coordinator for this project.

    The Living Church is displayed on the third floor of the library along with other currently received theological periodicals.