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Focus on Asia: Atla Continuing Content Expansion

We continue to expand our resources in Asian studies, including geographic coverage, content areas, and languages. View a spotlight list of indexed and full-text titles.

Atla Annual 2021 – Hybrid is Hot

The Conference Committee and Atla staff are working hard to make Atla Annual 2021 an exceptional experience. Learn more about their plans.

Register for Atla’s Four-Part Copyright Webinar Series

Check out Atla's new Copyright Webinar Series, featuring one webinar per month from January through April and presented by Christine Fruin.

Potential New Interest Group for LGBTQ+ Inclusivity – A Call for Interest

Atla DEI Committee member Alexis Weiss calls for interested participants for a new Atla Interest Group for LGBTQ+ members and allies.

After They Graduate: A Conversation on Research Tools for Alumni

Atla Product Specialist Cristina Ochoa sat down with Director of Business Development Margot Lyon to discuss how Atla supports alumni and other unaffiliated scholars with their research pursuits.

New Theology Review: A Progressive Journal for the Lived Catholic Experience

Learn all about the ceased journal New Theology Review, which filled an important gap in Catholic scholarship for over three decades.

Atla ‘Summary of Proceedings’ and ‘Yearbook’ for 2020 Now Available

The Atla 'Summary of Proceedings' and 'Yearbook' for 2020 are now available to read online and in print. Both are open access publications.

First Volume Published in New Book Series, ‘Claiming Notability for Women Activists in Religion’

Read the first volume in the open access 'Women in Religion' series, 'Claiming Notability for Women Activists in Religion.'

Atla Digital Library Welcomes Sounding Spirit!

Please join us in welcoming our newest contributor to the Atla Digital Library, Sounding Spirit! Check out this sample from their collection.

Tools for the Study of Religion & Theology

Atla produces a variety of research tools for the study of religion and theology. Atla research tools are available through libraries who subscribe to our products, while resources developed collaboratively by Atla members are freely available to all. If you are looking for bibliographic information or full-text collections of journal articles covering diverse topics and languages, these tools are the place to start.

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