This database provides indexing of periodicals, essay collections, church documents, papal documents and electronic resources expressly addressing the practice and intellectual tradition of Roman Catholicism. Content within its scope is selected for indexing based on enduring scholarly merit. By the spring of 2018, ATLA Catholic Periodical and Literature Index will be included within ATLA RDB instead of being offered as a stand-alone product.
This database offers university and college alumni access to premium scholarly information covering many areas of Roman Catholic theology and spirituality. Updated quarterly, it allows alumni to search the same valuable resources they used as students.
This database is an essential resource for religious and theological studies, providing bibliographic records covering topics such as biblical studies, world religions, church history and religion in social issues. Indexed journals are selected for inclusion according to their scholarly merit and scope.
Produced by the American Theological Library Association (ATLA), this database combines the premier indexing from ATLA Religion Database® (ATLA RDB®) with ATLASerials® (ATLAS®), one of ATLA's online full-text collections of major religion and theology journals.
This unique full-text database is ideal for students and researchers of Arabic studies, Middle Eastern studies and Islamic studies. Covering many disciplines, it offers academic journals, magazines, trade publications, conference papers and industry profiles published in or pertaining to the Arab World.
Published by the Association of Christian Librarians, this database indexes articles and reviews written from an evangelical perspective or of interest to the evangelical community.
Intended for students of Jewish thought and others interested in contemporary Jewish and Middle Eastern studies, this Index provides a comprehensive guide to English-language articles, book reviews and feature stories devoted to Jewish affairs and published throughout the world.
This rich full-text database offers a multidisciplinary view of the study of Jewish civilization, from its historical origins to the present. It is one of the only full-text databases that focuses exclusively on Jewish studies.
A product of a partnership between the American Theological Library Association (ATLA) and Boston College, this database is an indispensable research and bibliographic aid for scholars, librarians, clergy and students of the New Testament and its historical milieu.
A product of a partnership between the American Theological Library Association (ATLA) and the Catholic Biblical Association, this database features indexing and abstracts for journal articles, monographs, multi-author works and software related to Old Testament studies.
Produced by the Philosopher’s Information Center, this current and comprehensive bibliographic database covers scholarly research in all major fields of philosophy.
This database is an essential tool for researchers and students of theology and philosophical studies, providing a full-text source of content pertaining to the topics related to and discussed in disciplines of religion and philosophy.
With the ATLA Historical Monographs Collection (11 Series), religion and theology scholars can focus their research on the era and topics that most closely fit their fields of study. Eleven thematic series provide researchers with specialized content spanning from the 13th century through 1922.
ATLA Historical Monographs Collection: Series 1 contains over five million pages of content, and consists of titles from the late 13th century through the 1893 World Parliament of Religions, with the majority of titles from the 19th century. Because religion was such an integral part of the social, political and economic fabric of life during this time period, historians researching a wide range of areas, not just religion, will find invaluable material relevant to their work.
ATLA Historical Monographs Collection: Series 2 consists of over five million pages of content from over 14,880 monographs dating from 1894 through 1922. This collection provides a broad view of the changing landscape of religion in America at the end of a century of dramatic cultural and political change.