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NOW AVAILABLE
VALUABLE NEW DIGITAL RESOURCE IN THE STUDY OF LUTHERAN HISTORY IN NORTH AMERICA

Concordia Historical Institute, in collaboration with the American Theological Library Association (ATLA), announces the appearance of its journal, Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (CHIQ) on ATLASerials PLUS (ATLAS PLUS) in full, searchable text. This will be available through EBSCO’s EBSCOhost platform.

The CHIQ has been indexed on ATLAS since 1965. Now, however, for the first time, the Quarterly is both indexed and available in full text from its very first issue (1928) to the present. The enhanced availability of the CHIQ is sure to be a valuable resource to all scholars and researchers in American Lutheran history.

Those who are currently members of Concordia Historical Institute may request CHIQ articles from the 90-year publication. (Appropriate fees for digital copies of CHIQ articles may apply.)

Libraries, academic and others, that hold a subscription to ATLAS PLUS are now able to digitally access CHIQ, the longest-running Lutheran historical journal in North America. Additionally, graduates of seminaries and other institutions that provide alumni access to the ATLAS PLUS now have access to the text of the Quarterly.

If you have found CHIQ articles that you need in “hard copy,” Concordia Historical Institute maintains an extensive inventory of the printed issues of the CHIQ, all the way back to the first issues in 1928. A single issue more than three years old is available for $4.00 (plus shipping).

For details about making use of this valuable resource, please contact the reference and research department of Concordia Historical Institute at 314-505-7935

Concordia Historical Institute is the department of Archives and History of The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod.

CHI is located at 804 Seminary Place, Saint Louis, MO 63105 and is open 8:30AM to 4:00PM, Monday through Friday.

Check out CHI’s online resources today!

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