New Wrapper for ATLA Religion & ATLAS

For years now, the ATLA Religion and ATLAS databases have been integral and invaluable tools for doing theological research here at GTS. For that entire time we’ve been accessing these databases through OCLC’s Firstsearch interface. And while we are quite comfortable with this interface, St. Mark’s Library is not averse to change; so we are…

NYATLA goes to the Watson Library @ The Met

Last week I had the good fortune to attend a visit to the Watson Library arranged by my colleagues in NYATLA. The Watson Library is the main research library within the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and boasts one of the largest collections of books on art and art history in the world. It was a…

Hours of Catherine of Cleves at the Morgan Library

The Morgan Library has recently put up a digitized facsimile of the Hours of Catherine of Cleves. The facsimile’s web pages allow the viewer to examine the minute details of  the work’s “unusually rich series of devotions illustrated with especially elaborate suites of miniatures.” This is recommended viewing/reading for those interested in illuminated manuscripts.