Brady is the Reference and Instruction Librarian at Pitts Theology Library. He is also finishing a dissertation on the Hebrew Bible at Emory University. His specialties include biblical studies, theology, preaching, and New Religious Movements.
Director of Pitts Theology Library and Margaret A. Pitts Assistant Professor in the Practice of Theological Bibliography
Dr. Richard Manly Adams, Jr., known as “Bo” to most of his colleagues, directs the collections, staff, and vision of Pitts Theology Library, one of the premier theological libraries in North America. He also teaches courses at Candler, focused primarily on research methods, the history of reading practices, and the changing tools of ministry in the digital age. Trained as a New Testament scholar, a software developer, and a librarian, Adams’s research and teaching interests are in understanding reading communities, reading technologies, and reading practices, both ancient and modern. He is on the editorial board of Theological Librarianship at the American Theological Library Association, and is a member of the American Library Association and the Society of Biblical Literature.