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New Faculty Book: ​Philippians

May 18, 2020

Prof. George Hunsinger's new book, Philippians (Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible), is now available to authorized users in e-book form.

Call Number: Online
eISBN: 9781493420001
Publication Date: 2020-03-17

"In this volume, a leading theologian known for his expertise on Barth offers a theological reading of Philippians. George Hunsinger draws on patristic and medieval theology and on Calvin, Edwards, Barth, and Torrance as he explores what the biblical text means for ecclesial interpretation today."

Lean Library

May 4, 2020

Encounter and access the same scholarly material purchased for you by the Princeton Theological Seminary Library in new and more convenient ways with Lean Library's browser extension.

Celebrate Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

May 1, 2020

May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month. Explore lectures and conferences recorded at Princeton Theological Seminary, select reading and more in this online guide.

Upcoming Sources Chrétiennes Online Webinar

Apr 8, 2020

Want to learn more about one of our most recently purchased databases, Sources Chrétiennes Online?

Content provider, Brepols, is offering a webinar next week!

Before Tuesday, April 14, contact us, so we can share with you the registration email address for the free webinar, which is scheduled for 11am Eastern on Wed 4/15.

Using Electronic Resources

Apr 6, 2020

Here are a few quick notes to start your week:

  • There's a new research guide all about using electronic (online) resources.
  • Lean Library's Library Access browser extension provides quick and simple access to library-purchased online content.
  • Online resources, including e-books and e-journals, continue to be available in Summon.

Spotlight on Temporarily Free Content

Apr 1, 2020

In addition to all the purchased content, we want to spotlight some of the things that are suddenly free to all from content providers.

Find more freely available resources by following the link below.

Authorized users, of course, may continue to access purchased resources as well. Follow the Databases A-Z link below for those.

Project MUSE Scholarly Content

"In response to the challenges created by the global public health crisis of COVID-19, Project MUSE is pleased to support its participating publishers in making scholarly content temporarily available for free..." Learn more

Internet Archive National Emergency Library

The Internet Archive has suspended "waitlists for the 1.4 million (and growing) books in our lending library by creating a National Emergency Library to serve the nation’s displaced learners. This suspension will run through June 30, 2020, or the end of the US national emergency, whichever is later, to meet students’ and readers’ needs while schools and libraries are closed at global scale." Learn more

Visiting the Virtual Library

Even though the building is closed and we find ourselves physically apart, the virtual library remains open. We're here for you!

Women's History Month: Selected Reading

Mar 1, 2020

Explore recommended titles, research databases, theses, links and more in celebration of Women's History Month.

Lenten Devotional 2020 and more

Feb 26, 2020

Explore a selected reading list, including the current and past years' Lenten Devotionals from Princeton Seminary.

You'll also find subject headings and other links for the season of Lent in this online guide.

Reminder: Special Collections is closed

Feb 3, 2020

Beginning November 25, 2019 and until further notice, Special Collections and Archives is closed to Princeton Theological Seminary faculty, students and staff and outside researchers, scholars and the public. All inquiries should be directed to the Managing Director.

Black History Month 2020

Feb 1, 2020

Browse a selection of books by Ruby Bridges, Austin Channing Brown, Ta-Nehisi Coates, James H. Cone, Gregory C. Ellison II, Tamura Lomax, Darnell L. Moore, Cornel West and many others currently on display on the first floor Concourse near the New Books shelves.

More books can be found in the Black History Month curated bibliography online (link below) as well as throughout the library. The call numbers of these books, the names of their authors and the subject headings found in their library catalog records are all good entry points for further research.

The curated bibliography also contains links to research databases, such as the Oxford African American Studies Center; lectures, such as the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. lectures at Princeton Theological Seminary; and other suggested reading, listening and viewing for Black History Month.