Announcing Additions to Atla Products – January 2023
by Todd Aiello/
January 24, 2023
Chicago, IL, January 24, 2023 – Atla is pleased to announce the addition of titles now available in Atla Religion Database® (Atla RDB®), AtlaSerials® (Atlas®), and AtlaSerials PLUS® (Atlas PLUS®).
New Indexing Titles in Atla Religion Database
- International Journal of Asian Christianity, published by Brill
- Τέλειoς/Teleios: A Journal to Promote Holistic Christian Spirituality, published by Crossroad Publishing Company
- Journal of the Philosophy and Religion Society of Thailand, published by Philosophy and Religion Society of Thailand
- Daoism: Religion, History and Society, published by Chinese University of Hong Kong. Centre for Studies of Daoist Culture; Ecole française d’Extrême-Orient
- The Caecilia (ceased), published by American Society of St. Cecilia
- The Gregorian Review: Studies in sacred chant and liturgy (ceased), published by Gregorian Institute of America
New Full-text Titles in Atlas
- Zutot (Perspectives on Jewish Culture), published by Brill
- Strata, published by The Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society
New Full-text Titles in Atlas PLUS*
- Theology and Science, published by Taylor & Francis
- Religion, Brain & Behavior, published by Taylor & Francis
- Mental Health, Religion & Culture, published by Taylor & Francis
- Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health, published by Taylor & Francis
- Journal of Religion & Spirituality in Social Work: Social Thought, published by Taylor & Francis
- Journal of Religion, Spirituality & Aging, published by Taylor & Francis
This January, Atla research tools added titles on many diverse topics in three languages from six countries.
In Atla Religion Database
- International Journal of Asian Christianity, published by Brill, is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the scholarly examination of Christianity in Asia and of the Asian Christian diaspora in the West and elsewhere. While other major Asian religions such as Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam have received a great deal of international scholarly attention, Christianity in Asia is relatively neglected as a subject of study. This journal intends to rectify this neglect by providing a multidisciplinary forum for the examination of Asian Christianity from sociological, anthropological, comparative religion, religious studies, theological, historical, and similar perspectives.
- Τέλειoς/Teleios: A Journal to Promote Holistic Christian Spirituality, published by Crossroad Publishing Company, exists to promote holistic Christian spirituality in the lives of disciples of Jesus. The editors believe the Christian community needs an academic journal that explores both the theory and praxis of “teleios,” a Koine (biblical) Greek word that means “whole, complete, mature, perfect.”
- Journal of the Philosophy and Religion Society of Thailand, published by the Philosophy and Religion Society of Thailand, is the main organ of communication of the Society. It publishes research articles in all areas of philosophy. Its objective is to create, promote, and develop personnel in the academic fields of philosophy and religion at an international level. It provides a forum for scholarly discussions on philosophy and religion and disseminates this knowledge to the public.
- Daoism: Religion, History and Society, published by Chinese University of Hong Kong. Centre for Studies of Daoist Culture; Ecole française d’Extrême-Orient, is a peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to the publication of original research articles exploring Daoism in its social and historical contexts from the pre-modern to the contemporary period. The journal encourages innovative research based on new documents and/or fieldwork.
- The Caecilia (ceased), published by American Society of St. Cecilia, was published from 1874 until 1965, when it merged with the journal The Catholic Choirmaster to become the new periodical Sacred Music. It is an essential resource for church musicians, professionals, and amateurs who are interested in the restoration of the sacred in Catholic liturgical life.
- The Gregorian Review: Studies in sacred chant and liturgy (ceased), published by Gregorian Institute of America, is a bimonthly journal specializing in Gregorian chant, covering the practice and study of this musical form, as well as related topics of interest to practitioners.
- Zutot (Perspectives on Jewish Culture), published by Brill, aims to fill a gap that has become more and more conspicuous among the wealth of scholarly periodicals in the field of Jewish Studies. The Zutot serves as a platform for small but incisive contributions and provides them with a distinct context. It covers Jewish culture in its broadest sense, i.e., encompassing various academic disciplines—literature, languages and linguistics, philosophy, art, sociology, politics, and history and reflects binary oppositions such as religious and secular, high and low, written and oral, male and female culture.
- Strata, published by The Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society, is an annual peer-reviewed academic journal that seeks to bring the latest studies of the archaeology of Israel-Palestine and its surrounding regions to a wider international audience. It welcomes articles on many aspects of research that lead to a better understanding of the archaeology in this region, which is of great interest internationally because of its significance both for understanding the development of three of the world’s great religions and for the important history of Israel-Palestine.
In Atlas Plus: Six New Titles from Taylor & Francis
- Theology and Science, published by Taylor & Francis, has a primary editorial goal to publish critically reviewed articles that promote the creative mutual interaction between the natural sciences and theology. While the journal assumes the integrity of each domain, its primary aim is to explore this interaction in terms of the implications of the natural sciences for constructive research in philosophical and systematic theology, the philosophical and theological elements within and underlying theoretical research in the natural sciences, and the relations and interactions between theological and scientific methodologies.
- Religion, Brain & Behavior, published by Taylor & Francis, provides a vehicle for the advancement of current biological approaches to understanding religion at every level from brain to behavior. RBB unites multiple disciplinary perspectives that share these interests. The journal seeks empirical and theoretical studies that reflect rigorous scientific standards and a sophisticated appreciation of the academic study of religion.
- Mental Health, Religion & Culture, published by Taylor & Francis, provides an authoritative forum and a single point of reference for the growing number of professionals and academics working in the expanding field of mental health and religion. The journal publishes empirically-based work which explores the relationships between mental health and aspects of religion and culture and discusses conceptual and philosophical aspects.
- Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health, published by Taylor & Francis, is an interdisciplinary professional journal that is devoted to the scholarly study of spirituality as a resource for counseling and psychotherapeutic disciplines. This peer-reviewed quarterly journal seeks to enhance the understanding of spirituality as a core component of human well-being in individual, relational, and communal life.
- Journal of Religion & Spirituality in Social Work: Social Thought, published by Taylor & Francis, scholars, researchers, and practitioners examine issues of social justice and religion as they relate to the development of policy and delivery of social services. In addition to timely literature reviews, the journal presents up-to-date, in-depth, expert information on sectarian and nonsectarian approaches to spirituality and ethics; justice and peace; philosophically oriented aspects of religion in the social services; conceptual frameworks; the philosophy of social work; and a great deal more. It is a continuation of the preceding title Social Thought.
- Journal of Religion, Spirituality & Aging, published by Taylor & Francis, is an interdisciplinary, interfaith professional journal in which the needs, aspirations, and resources of aging constituencies come clearly into focus. Combining practical innovation and scholarly insight, the peer-reviewed journal offers timely information and probing articles on such subjects as long-term care for the aging, support systems for families of the aging, retirement, counseling, death, ethical issues, and more.
* Atlas PLUS includes all of the titles in Atla’s original full-text product, Atlas, and 260+ additional full-text titles.
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