For basic questions about the library including reference requests, Interlibrary loans, research access, and library tours please contact us at Sage.Library@nbts.edu or 732-247-5243
Dr. T. Patrick Milas
Director of the Gardner A. Sage Library
Assistant Professor of Theological Bibliography & Research
Dr. Milas earned an A.B. in Religion from Davidson College, and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Library and Information Studies from Florida State University. For the last 21 years he has served in public, government, and academic libraries, most recently at Princeton Theological Seminary. He enjoys harnessing the latest bibliographic management and biblical research technology for his research, and integrating them to teach research methods. His research focuses on intersections of religion, technology, and libraries. Dr. Milas enjoys worship and music at Trinity Episcopal Church where he serves on the Vestry.
Phone: 732-247-5241 x 1772
Technical Services Librarian and Archivist
Christina Geuther earned a BA in Psychology and International Studies, with a minor in Organizations and Social Responsibility, from Russell Sage College in Troy, NY. Her theological education includes a Master of Divinity from Boston University and a Graduate Certificate in Religion and Conflict Transformation from Boston Theological Interreligious Consortium. Christina specialized in Digital Libraries at Rutgers University where she earned an MLIS. Her background includes technical services at Feehan Memorial Library at Mundelein Seminary and Kansas State University, as well as experience with archives and digitization at Boston University School of Theology Library.
Phone: 732-247-5241 x 1775
The official Archives of the Reformed Church in America (RCA) is located in Sage Library, however, it is institutionally separate from Sage Library. If you are in search of genealogical information or other archival records from RCA churches, missions, or programs, please directly contact the RCA archives. The Sage Library staff is not able to provide access to the RCA archives.
Dr. Elizabeth A. Pallitto
Archivist, Reformed Church in America
Dr. Elizabeth Pallitto brings her love of history to the RCA Archives at Sage Library. She holds a B.A. from Douglass College, an M.I. from Rutgers, and a distinguished Ph.D. in Literature from CUNY Graduate Center. Archival research undergirds her book Sweet Fire: Tullia d’Aragona’s Poetry of Dialogue (2007), the first English edition of this 1547 work. The editor of Leaves of Autumn (2015) and Better Late (2021), she has published in journals such as Renaissance Quarterly, Philosophical Forum, and North American Review. Elizabeth has worked with refugees at the Reformed Church of Highland Park, where she sings in the choir.