Announcing Additions to Atla Products – May 2021/
May 19, 2021
Chicago, IL, May 19, 2021 – 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
- The Journal of Education in Muslim Societies by Indiana University Press and the International Institute of Islamic Thought
- Judaica: Neue digitale Folge by University of Bern
- 문학과 종교 by 한국문학과종교학회 [The Korean Society for Literature and Religion]
- Hualin International Journal of Buddhist Studies by Cambria Press
- Indologica Taurinensia by Asia Institute Torino
- International Journal of Latin American Religions by Springer
New Full-text Journals in Atlas
- Ecclesial Practices by Brill
New Full-text Titles in Atlas PLUS*
- McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry by McMaster Divinity College
- American Journal of Islam and Society by International Institute of Islamic Thought
- One Preceding Title to American Journal of Islam and Society:
- American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences by International Institute of Islamic Thought
Multinational, Multilingual, Multidisciplinary
This May, Atla research tools again include titles from six countries, six languages, and numerous topics.
In Atla Religion Database
From Indiana University Press and the International Institute of Islamic Thought, The Journal of Education in Muslim Societies publishes work on a wide range of topics relating to the education sector, including but not limited to pedagogies, teacher practices, leadership, and policy as it relates to the conditions and status of education in Muslim societies and communities.
From the University of Bern, Judaica: Neue digitale Folge is an open-access, German, French, and English language journal discussing Judaism and Jewish history.
From the Korean Society for Literature and Religion, 문학과 종교 is an open-access, Korean language journal that covers scholarly scope of literature and religion in the Korean context.
From Cambria Press, Hualin International Journal of Buddhist Studies is an open-access, Chinese and English language journal that highlights interdisciplinary, multi-sourced, multi-media, and cross-cultural academic research about Buddhism.
From Asia Institute Torino, Indologica Taurinensia is an open-access, Italian and English language journal that discusses Hinduism, Vedic religions in the Indian context. It is the Official Organ of the International Association of Sanskrit Studies.
From Springer, International Journal of Latin American Religions is a multidisciplinary journal the contributes to the scientific study of the history and present situation of Latin American religions, both in the region and among Latin American minorities in other parts of the world.
From longtime partner Brill, Ecclesial Practices publishes scholarship at the intersection of a range of qualitative approaches with theological approaches to the study of a variety of ecclesial practices and contexts of practice, including but not limited to churches, congregations, and virtual ecclesial communities.
In Atlas PLUS
From McMaster Divinity College, McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry is an open-access journal that seeks to provide pastors, educators, and interested laypersons with theological, biblical, and professional scholarship in an accessible form.
From the International Institute of Islamic Thought, American Journal of Islam and Society gained its new name in 2020. Previously published as American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, the name change signals that social sciences and humanities are interrelated and that an Islamic engagement with one requires examining the other.
* Atlas PLUS includes all of the titles in Atla’s original full-text product, Atlas, and 210+ additional full-text titles.
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