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As a student member of the Atla Press Coordinating Committee, the presenter has spent the past eight months evaluating, developing, and implementing digital tools to support the Press' initiatives in open access scholarship. This session frames those efforts in the context of theology's status as a "minor participant" (Hutchings 2015) in the digital humanities as well as the emergence of a trans-disciplinary domain increasingly identified as "digital theology" (Phillips 2014). Drawing ondoi:10.31046/proceedings.2019.1557 fatcat:gwodybmapnbzjkieqi2d7ozpdy