Announcing Additions to Atla Products – March 2022
by Todd Aiello/
March 23, 2022
Chicago, IL, March 23, 2022 – 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
- Tidsskrift for Praktisk Teologi/Nordic Journal of Practical Theology, published by SMF vitenskapelig høyskole for teologi, religion og samfunn (MF Scientific College for Theology, Religion and Society)
- European Journal of Jewish Studies, published by Brill
- Journal of Islamic and Muslim Studies, published by Indiana University Press
- Melita Theologica, published by University of Malta, the Theology Students Association, and the Foundation for Theological Studies.
- 日本仏敎綜合硏究 (Interdisciplinary Studies of Japanese Buddhism), published by 日本仏敎綜合硏究学会 (Association for the Interdisciplinary Studies of Japanese Buddhism)
- Journal of the Christian Society for Kinesiology, Leisure and Sport Studies, published by Christian Society for Kinesiology, Leisure and Sport Studies
- Journal of Chan Buddhism: East Asian and Global Perspectives, published by Brill
New Full-text Journals in Atlas
- The Dunwoodie Review, published by St. Joseph’s Seminary
New Full-text Titles in Atlas PLUS*
- Journal of Anglican Studies, published by Cambridge University Press on behalf of the Journal of Anglican Studies Trust
- The Pacific Journal of Theology, published by Lotu Pasifika Productions for South Pacific Association of Theological Schools
- Dao: a journal of comparative philosophy, published by Springer
- Lucas: An Evangelical History Review, published by Evangelical History Association
This March, Atla research tools added titles from nine countries, seven languages, and numerous topics.
In Atla Religion Database
- Tidsskrift for Praktisk Teologi/Nordic Journal of Practical Theology, published by SMF vitenskapelig høyskole for teologi, religion og samfunn (MF Scientific College for Theology, Religion and Society), is a scientific journal that publishes peer-reviewed articles, book reviews, and other academic contributions in practical theology. TPT is published twice a year, in April and October.
- European Journal of Jewish Studies, published by Brill, presents high-quality research articles, essays, and shorter contributions on all aspects of Jewish Studies. Submissions are all double-blind peer-reviewed. Additionally, EJJS seeks to inform its readers on current developments in Jewish Studies: it carries comprehensive review-essays on specific topics, trends, and debated questions, as well as regular book reviews.
- Journal of Islamic and Muslim Studies, published by Indiana University Press, is a double-blind, peer-reviewed multidisciplinary academic journal sponsored by the North American Association of Islamic and Muslim Studies (NAAIMS). Published semiannually, JIMS is dedicated to expanding a repertoire of scholarship on Muslim societies and Islam as a religion and civilization. Its purpose is to forward the field of Islamic and Muslim studies more broadly, and to make contributions to its represented disciplines in advancing theories, epistemologies, pedagogies, and methods.
- Melita Theologica, published by University of Malta, the Theology Students Association, and the Foundation for Theological Studies, is a scholarly peer-reviewed journal published biannually since 1947. It contains articles penned by academics on a range of topics that includes systematics, biblical studies, spiritual and pastoral theology, bioethics, liturgy, and psychology. At a time when different outlooks, new questions, and contemporary challenges continue to mold Christian theological thought, Melita Theologica provides a forum for academic expression that interests and stimulates scholars and students alike.
- 日本仏敎綜合硏究 (Interdisciplinary Studies of Japanese Buddhism), published by 日本仏敎綜合硏究学会 (Association for the Interdisciplinary Studies of Japanese Buddhism), covers Japanese Buddhism in history, literature, religion, ethics, Japanese thought history, art history, architecture, music, and archeology. It includes comprehensive research from an interdisciplinary point of view. Research has become increasingly fragmented in each of these fields, and the publication seeks to bring Buddhist scholarship from different disciplines together to exchange research in related fields.
- Journal of the Christian Society for Kinesiology, Leisure and Sport Studies, published by Christian Society for Kinesiology, Leisure and Sport Studies, is an electronic, peer-reviewed journal devoted to scholarly faith-integrated research in kinesiology, leisure studies, health and wellness, sport management, sport studies, recreation, physical education, and related areas. The Journal encourages collaboration between scholars and practitioners. It welcomes submissions reporting research, new applications, advancements in theory, pedagogy, and faith integration.
- Journal of Chan Buddhism: East Asian and Global Perspectives, published by Brill, is the first of its kind in English to specifically present academic research about Chinese Chan, Korean Sŏn, Vietnamese Thìên, and Japanese Zen Buddhism. The Journal of Chan Buddhism is an interdisciplinary or cross-disciplinary journal and accepts submissions from all academic disciplines related to the study of Chan/Sŏn/Zen Buddhism, including, but not limited to: the history of religions, literary studies, Dunhuang Chan studies, Tibetan and Tangut language Chan studies, doctrinal studies, art historical perspectives, institutional history, anthropological research, and comparative, philosophical studies.
- The Dunwoodie Review is a theological journal published by St. Joseph’s Seminary, which is the diocesan seminary for the Archdiocese of New York, the Diocese of Brooklyn, and the Diocese of Rockville Centre. The Dunwoodie Review was published from 1961 to 1974 and, after a hiatus, annually from 1990 to the present.
In Atlas Plus
- Journal of Anglican Studies, published by Cambridge University Press on behalf of the Journal of Anglican Studies Trust, provides a serious scholarly conversation on all aspects of Anglicanism. It embraces history, theology, worship, ethics, scripture, canon law, aesthetics, and education. Anglicans live enmeshed in many different cultural contexts. How their faith is expressed in the particular and how it is shared across the globe is a fundamental issue in this tradition. With its international reach, the Journal of Anglican Studies is able to focus on this question and by doing so offers a distinctive and unique contribution to our understanding of Anglicanism today.
- The Pacific Journal of Theology, published by Lotu Pasifika Productions for South Pacific Assoc. of Theological Schools, consists of articles that focus mainly on the contextual significance of theological education in the Pacific. Each and every article is strongly rooted in Pacific epistemology. It is a resourceful contribution for theological students and researchers in and around the Pacific.
- Dao: a journal of comparative philosophy, published by Springer, is dedicated to publishing quality articles and reviews of books in Chinese philosophy, particularly those relating Chinese philosophy to other philosophical traditions in the world, including but not limited to Western philosophy, Islamic philosophy, African philosophy, Indian philosophy, Japanese philosophy, and Korean philosophy, as well as articles on theories and methodologies of comparative philosophy. All articles are peer-reviewed.
- Lucas: An Evangelical History Review, published by the Evangelical History Association, publishes between two and three issues a year, depending on submissions. It is peer-reviewed and enjoys an international distribution. Its focus is on the history of Australian evangelicalism, but it does publish quality submissions on the wider history of evangelicalism. It also welcomes submissions on the topic of evangelicalism and methodology.
New Additions to Indexing of Essay Collections in Atla Religion Database
View a full list of the essay collections we have indexed in Atla Religion Database from January to March 2022 below or click on this link to view the PDF:
*Atlas PLUS includes all of the titles in Atla’s original full-text product, Atlas, and 230+ additional full-text titles.
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