Open Access Titles Added to Atla in April

On April 27, 2001, Atla announced the addition of three new full-text, open-access journals: Al-Fikr al-islāmī al-muʿāṣir [Contemporary Islamic Thought] by International Institute of Islamic ThoughtAs stated by the IIIT, the aim of this publication is to: “(1) Facilitate methodological reform in Muslim thought by introducing and developing the concept and practice of ijtihad (creative intellectualContinue reading “Open Access Titles Added to Atla in April”

ATLA’s Focus on Asia

ATLA (the American Theological Library Association) lists diversification as one of its key goals for inclusion of titles in its Religion Database: “Expanding in geographic coverage, content areas, and languages are three prongs of this strategic work.” At present ATLA includes more than 220 titles “relevant to Asian content.” As of February, these include theContinue reading “ATLA’s Focus on Asia”

Open Access Additions to ATLA – March

ATLA — the American Theological Library Association — just announced additions to the Atla Religion Database including two new full text journals: The Biblical Annals from the Institute of Biblical Studies, Faculty of Theology, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland.+ Overarching aim is to present the research of Polish scholars focusing on problemsContinue reading “Open Access Additions to ATLA – March”