Write About Your Research, Scholarship, and Experience


Have you been engaged in any interesting research or professional activities that you would like to report? Consider submitting your work to one of ATLA’s publications!

The ATLA Monograph Series publishes open monographs that explore the intersection of librarianship and religious studies. For more information or instructions on submitting a book proposal, see the ATLA Press submission guidelines.

Theological Librarianship is an open access journal publishing essays, critical reviews, and peer-reviewed articles on various aspects of theological librarianship and its contribution to theological education. For more information, see the Theological Librarianship submission guidelines.

Theology Cataloging Bulletin (TCB) includes a column from a first-person perspective on activities or information related to technical services in addition to reporting on new and changed subject headings and LC classification. For more information, contact memberrep@atla.com.

The ATLA Newsletter may be the primary source of information about ATLA activities and membership news, but it also publishes articles that feature information and experiences related to theological librarianship and religious studies. For more information, see the ATLA Newsletter guidelines.

Build your scholarly portfolio and promote the profession of theological librarianship by publishing with ATLA.

Learn more about the ATLA Publishing Program.

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  1. […] currently have the internal capacity to publish and host their own scholarly journals. We recently put out a call to our members to consider sharing with us their projects or research by submitting a manuscript or […]

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