Announcing Additions to Atla Products – June 2022
by Todd Aiello/
June 20, 2022
Chicago, IL, June 20, 2022 – Atla is pleased to announce the addition of titles now available in Atla Religion Database® (Atla RDB®) and AtlaSerials PLUS® (Atlas PLUS®).
New Indexing Titles in Atla Religion Database
- Ghana Journal of Religion and Theology, published by University of Ghana
- Journal of Religion and Demography, including preceding title Yearbook of International Religious Demography, published by Brill
- Archiv für Religionsgeschichte, published by De Gruyter
- Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy, published by Cambridge University Press
- Studia Moralia, published by Academia Alfonsiana
- St. Tikhon’s University Review. History. Russian Church History, published by St. Tikhon’s Orthodox University
- Materialdienst des konfessionskundlichen Instituts Bensheim, published by De Gruyter, on behalf of the Evangelischer Bund, Konfessionskundliches Institut
- Women-Church, published by Women-Church
New Full-text Titles in Atlas PLUS*
- Isidorianum, published by Facultad de Teologia San Isidoro de Sevilla
- Hervormde teologiese studies (aka HTS Teologiese Studies), published by AOSIS OpenJournals
- Verbum et Ecclesia, published by AOSIS OpenJournals
- Holocaust and Genocide Studies, published by Oxford University Press
This June, Atla research tools added titles from ten countries, nine languages, and numerous topics.
In Atla Religion Database
- Ghana Journal of Religion and Theology, published by University of Ghana, is an interdisciplinary and interreligious refereed journal that seeks to serve as a forum for religious studies and to promote the encounter between people of different faith commitments and different perspectives on religion. It was formerly known as Ghana Bulletin of Theology.
- Journal of Religion and Demography, including the preceding title Yearbook of International Religious Demography, published by Brill, is the only journal to feature annual estimates for religious and non-religious affiliation by continent, pairing them with scholarly analyses from diverse disciplines such as social science, demography, history, and geography. Each issue presents summaries of findings, sources, and methods, along with their implications for the demography of religion.
- Archiv für Religionsgeschichte, published by De Gruyter, is a specialized journal dealing primarily with religions of the ancient world. The different aspects of the field of research are covered in essays, reports on the main areas of religious studies, and individual articles.
- Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy, published by Cambridge University Press, is a forum for cutting-edge work in feminist philosophy. Since its inception in the mid-1980s, Hypatia has been a catalyst for broadening and refining feminist philosophy as well as an invaluable resource for those who teach in this area. Feminist philosophy arises out of diverse traditions and methods within philosophy and is also richly interdisciplinary in orientation.
- Studia Moralia, published by Academia Alfonsiana, is the scientific journal of the Alphonsian Academy, a Graduate Institute of Moral Theology incorporated into the Faculty of Theology of the Pontifical Lateran University. The Academy is a real and genuine institute of moral theology, the first of its kind in the whole history of the Church. Inspired by the teaching of St. Alphonsus de Liguori, its purpose is to study in-depth all problems of the moral life according to the demands of the modern world and in the light of the teachings of the Church magisterium.
- St. Tikhon’s University Review, published by St. Tikhon’s Orthodox University, is a scientific periodical intended for the publication of findings of academic theses as well as of other research studies carried out at the university. The Review also publishes academic materials within the scope of the humanities and social science that have theoretical and practical significance.
- Materialdienst des konfessionskundlichen Instituts Bensheim, published by De Gruyter, on behalf of Evangelischer Bund, Konfessionskundliches Institut, is the highest-circulation German language journal on denominational and ecumenical studies. The journal provides comprehensive information on confessional, denominational, and ecumenical topics. Important ecumenical events and the publication of significant documents in the various churches are analyzed and evaluated. In addition, MdKI offers reviews of the latest literature in the aforementioned fields.
- Women-Church, published by Women-Church, covers a broad range of topics in the fields of feminist theology, religion, and spirituality. Under the broader umbrella of feminism, the journal included content from authors that held a diversity of understandings and perspectives. The journal documented major changes in feminist religious culture over a 20-year period. It encouraged contributions from more marginalized groups and it remained a non-refereed title as a way of making it accessible to a wide range of readers.
In Atlas Plus
- Isidorianum, published by Facultad de Teologia San Isidoro de Sevilla, publishes works on theology, philosophy, and church history, as well as humanities, provided that the research is related to the cultural presence of Christianity or the religious phenomenon in the south of Spain. It is aimed at scholars of these disciplines and any other reader who wants to become familiar with them. It is open to the participation of authors outside of the faculty of Facultad de Teologia San Isidoro de Sevilla.
- Hervormde teologiese studies (aka HTS Teologiese Studies), published by AOSIS OpenJournals, is an acclaimed Open Access journal with broad coverage that promotes multi-, inter-, and transdisciplinary religious aspects of studies in the international theological arena. The journal’s publication criteria are based on rigorous research, accountable methodologies, and novel findings based on sound ethical standards. Its focus and scope are therefore contested Historical Thought and Source Interpretation (HTS). From a multidisciplinary theological perspective, the notion of “historical thought” covers the textual and oral history and hermeneutical studies, myths, legends, narratives, and philosophies behind the Abrahamic religions as expressed in the Hebrew Scriptures, Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, Qumran literature, the New Testament, Intertestamental literature, Rabbinic literature, Patristic literature, and the Qur’an.
- Verbum et Ecclesia, published by AOSIS OpenJournals, seeks to create an intra- and interdisciplinary space for the conversation between theology and the sciences from a contextual perspective. It encourages research that challenges traditional discourses within and between the fields of biblical, religious, social, and human sciences as well as the constructive engagement with the natural sciences. Verbum et Ecclesia is thus an instrument of engagement between theological disciplines, on the one hand, and theology and other disciplines, on the other.
- Holocaust and Genocide Studies, published by Oxford University Press, is an international journal featuring research articles, interpretive essays, book reviews, a comprehensive bibliography of recently published relevant works in the social sciences and humanities, and an annual list of major research centers specializing in Holocaust studies. Articles compel readers to: confront many aspects of human behavior, contemplate major moral issues, consider the role of sciences and technology in human affairs, and reconsider important features of political and social organization.
New Additions to Indexing of Essay Collections in Atla Religion Database
Download a full list of the essay collections we have indexed in Atla Religion Database from April to June 2022 here.
* Atlas PLUS includes all of the titles in Atla’s original full-text product, Atlas, and 240+ additional full-text titles.
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