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The Summary of Proceedings is the official record of the Atla Annual conference and an opportunity to present the projects and scholarship of Atla and its members to a diverse, worldwide audience. 

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Only papers from the following conference sessions will be accepted for publication in Proceedings:

  • preconference workshops
  • papers and presentations
  • panel discussions
  • conversation groups
  • listen-and-learn sessions
  • lightning round presentation
  • in-conference workshops
  • posters
  • worship

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