ARSP Archive Available through Atla Digital Library

The American Religious Sounds Project collection is now searchable through the Atla Digital Library.  Atla Digital Library brings religious and theological collections from dozens of libraries, archives, and religious institutions together in one open access platform. 

A screenshot of the Atla Digital Library Website page for the American Religious Sounds Project collectio, shoowing the ARSP logo, a description of the project, and a list of sound clips.

Kate Topham, our digital archivist, collaborated with Christy Karpinski, the Digital Projects Coordinator at Atla to integrate our metadata and improve discoverability.  Scholars, students, and other interested parties have easier access to our materials, opening up new avenues for utility and exploration. Users can browse the collection as a whole, peruse each item’s record, or search by subject or location. 

A screenshot of the Atla Digital Library website page for " Cowboy church service - sermon," a clip from the American Religious Sounds Project archive.
Each entry in Atla Digital Library links back to the ARSP website.


We look forward to the opportunities this partnership provides in supporting research and understanding of religion in America. 

Explore the ARSP Archive on Atla

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