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Jessie Ball duPont Library

Sewanee School of Theology Library Guide

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

Welcome

Most of the library resources for the School of Theology are housed on the third floor of the Jessie Ball duPont Library.  The entire Theology collection including Theology Reference, Theology Periodicals (current and bound), Diocesan Journals, as well as the general collection for Philosophy, Psychology, Religion, World Religions are all located on the third floor.  There are also 16 computers, a photocopier, and numerous study tables and carrels.  The Urban T. Holmes reading area is furnished with comfortable leather overstuffed furniture.  Most importantly, the third floor is the "quiet" study floor in the library, and there is a locked group-study room reserved for Theology students.

Romulus' Theology Reference Corner

ADVENT 2018

Close-Reading Library Workshop on Alasdair MacIntyre's After Virtue (9/18-11/20 on Fridays from 1:00-2:00 pm in the Hamilton Hall Reading Room)

New Library Databases: 

- TLG (Thesaurus Lingue Greacae) - http://0-stephanus.tlg.uci.edu.catalog.sewanee.edu/

- Proquest's Thesis & Dissertationhttps://0-search-proquest-com.catalog.sewanee.edu/pqdthss/advanced?accountid=14751

- Dead Sea Scrollshttp://0-referenceworks.brillonline.com.catalog.sewanee.edu/cluster/Dead%20Sea%20Scrolls%20Electronic%20Library

New Lib Guide for e-resources: http://library.sewanee.edu/e-resources4theology

Completed Summer Projects:

- Current Theology Periodicals: consolidation and rearrangement by LoC classification system

- Dewey 100 & 200 books: re-classified by Library of Congress (LoC) classification system

Library Hours

Basic Academic year schedule

Mondays-Thursdays:  7:30 am-1:00 am

Fridays:  7:30 am-10:00 pm

Saturdays:  9:00 am-6:00 pm

Sundays:  11:00 am - 1:00 am

 

Third floor map

SoT Library basics

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