Category Archives: Art/Architecture

Saint John’s Heritage Edition Bible on Display

This academic year we are privileged to host two volumes from The Saint John’s Bible Heritage Edition in the Hugh & Hazel Darling Library. We are exhibiting the Pentateuch and Gospels & Acts volumes and are highlighting these beautiful works … Continue reading

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A Season of Gratitude

I love Thanksgiving – it is one of my favorite holidays in the year. I love the opportunity to spend time with family and good friends, being creative in the kitchen, and especially, in the many reminders for thankfulness. I … Continue reading

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Web Resources: Two Online Indices for Classical Studies

This week I thought I would highlight two resources that help researchers to utilize two book collections which emphasize classical studies. The first, Paulys Realencyclop├Ądie der classischen Altertumswissenschaft, is available in print in the Stamps Library but this website helps … Continue reading

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Web Resources: Cooperative Digital Resources Initiative

As this is the beginning of Theological Libraries Month (one of the many wonderful things celebrated during the month of October!), I thought I would highlight one of the fine resources available at the ATLA (American Theological Libraries Association) website. … Continue reading

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Free Museum Day!

I love visiting museums! Art museums, historical museums, gardens, research institutes …even presidential libraries (see my earlier post here). The Smithsonian Magazine has introduced a special program called Museum Day to encourage people to visit a museum for free on … Continue reading

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Busman’s Holiday, Part Two

The ATLA Conference gave me the excuse to visit close friends in Indiana. I spent two days in Northern Indiana and during my stay with my dear friends the Nagle family, we visited the campus of the University of Notre … Continue reading

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