The subtitle would be: "or the inevitable arguments which follow said refutation."
Almost all of the work in the atheist department is by pop-culture philosophers like Christopher Hitchens or Sam Harris, neither of which were/are well-respected philosophers in theological circles or in the usually corresponding field of ethics.
Other more famous works are things like David Hume's Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion, Nietzsche's Antichrist, and Baron d'Holbach's Christianity unveiled.
Is there an ongoing academic sector of anti-religious philosophy, in the same way that there is a huge theological presence in still many circles? It is not the same thing to be an atheist philosopher, of which there are innumerable examples, but I am looking for those who actively refute the existence of God(s) in academic papers. I'm not sure if I count Dennett's books or not.
An example would be works which examine the morality in the absence of a creator.