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Summary of Proceedings
The annual Atla Summary of Proceedings is a historical record of the Annual Conference of Atla.
This open-access publication includes summaries of the pre-conference professional development workshops, reports of business meetings and conversation groups, texts or programs from worship meetings, and the full text or abstracts of plenary sessions, papers, posters, and workshops presented during the conference.
- Editor in Chief (2018 & 2019 Proceedings): Miranda Bennett (July 2017 – June 2020)
- Editor in Chief (2020 & 2021 Proceedings): Kris Veldheer (June 2019 – May 2022)
How to Access
The Summary of Proceedings can be found here: https://serials.atla.com/proceedings/index. Members, as well as Atla Annual attendees who did not opt-out of receiving a print copy, will receive a printed copy of the Proceedings. Print editions will be shipped this February. Members may also view the Proceedings from 2011 to 2018 at the My Atla Web Portal under the Members Only tab.
Non-members or members seeking additional print copies may order the printed edition at $60 USD for domestic and $80 USD international per volume. Contact an Atla membership associate for more information on how to order.
Persons speaking at or presenting at the Annual Conference, including persons who lead conversation groups as well as pre-conference or in-conference workshops, will submit their papers and other accepted documents at the Proceedings site. All submissions must comply with the submission guidelines. The guidelines list all conference sessions for which papers will be accepted. We have also prepared a video that shows step-by-step how to submit papers to the OJS site for the Proceedings.
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The Atla Summary of Proceedings is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial (CC-BY-NC 4.0 International) license.
Presenters grant Atla a non-exclusive right to publish, publicly display, reproduce, distribute and prepare derivative works of their submissions in the Proceedings and retain all other rights, including copyright, in their submissions. If a presenter or a third party by the presenter’s request or agreement republishes or otherwise distributes the submission, proper attribution must be given to the publication in the Atla Summary of Proceedings if first published therein.
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