Journal of Seljuk Civilizational Studies
Publishing and Writing Principles
• Journal of Seljuk Civilizational Studies is a scientific, academic and peer-reviewed journal as a publication of Necmettin Erbakan University, Seljuk Culture and Civilization Application and Research Center.
• Journal of Seljuk Civilizational Studies publishes historical, cultural, art, and civilization etc. in Medieval Period.
• Articles in other areas can be also published with the decision of editorial board.
• It is published once a year both as an e-journal (open access) and a printed.
• All responsibilities of published manuscripts belong to the authors.
• Publication Language of journal is Turkish, but studies in other languages as English, Arabic, French, etc. may also be published.
• Authors can follow the publication procedure through email@example.com; dergipark.gov.tr.
• Contributors will be given published issue of their articles.
• Articles submitted for consideration of publication in Journal of Seljuk Civilizational Studies must be academic, original, and make contributions to the concerning area.
• Articles published anywhere in any form or greatly extracted from any published materials are not taken into consideration.
• Articles submitted for consideration of publication are subject to re-view of editor in terms of technical and academic criteria.
• Following the decision of editorial board, the appropriate articles are then sent to two referees known for their academic reputation in their respective areas.
• The referees send their scientific and technical evaluation reports to the editorial board by Article Evaluation Form.
• The publication of the article is decided upon the choices "Issuable", "Non-issuable" and "Issuable after Correction".
• In order an article to be published, two referees must deliver positive reports.
• If one of them delivers a negative report, the article is sent to a third referee and his/her report, whether positive or negative, will determine the result.
• In the situations of "Issuable after the correction", the study is introduced to the revision of the author and the editorial board decides whether the article will be published or not.
• If the referee wants to see the final revision of the article, it is sent to him/her once more.
• Articles should be written via Microsoft Word and upload to der-gipark.gov.tr.
• Articles must be no more than 30 pages.
• Around 150-words abstract of the articles and English translation of the abstract should be submitted for the Turkish articles. Turkish and English abstracts should be submitted for foreign language articles.
• There should be Key Words consisting of five both in Turkish and English.
• There should be a bibliography at the end of the article.
• The articles will be published in web-site konya.edu.tr/selcuk and dergipark.gov.tr
Footnote Writing Principles
• Name of the author should be written under the title, and if there is his/her academic name, and the institution where he/her works must be indicated as a footnote on first page.
• All sources used in the article must be put on bibliography, but a source should not be put in bibliography if it does not be used.
• Articles should be written via Microsoft Word and used 12-point Times New Roman font the main text with 1,5 nk space. Margins of 2,5 cm should be left on top, bottom and sides. Footnotes should be written with 10-point Times New Roman font with 1 nk space and justified. Documents such as pictures, drawings, tables etc. requested to be published can be sending via e-mail.
• For book footnote: The name and surname of the author, book title (italic), name and surname of the translator or editor and so on, number of edition, printing place and date, volume (with Roman numerals) and page. If the volumes’ print-dates are different, dates all the volumes are stated together.
• For article footnote: the name and surname of the writer, title (in quotes), title of journal or book (italic), name of the translator-if it is a translation, printing place and date, volume or year, issue number and page.
• For encyclopedia footnote: the name and surname of the author, title (in quotes), the name of encyclopedia (bold and italic) and if there is it’s abbreviation should be written, number of edition, printing place and date, volume (with Roman numerals) and page.
• Bibliography: The bibliography should be written at the end of the text, listed in the order of the surnames of authors. if there are more than one works of an author, they should be ordered according to the publication date. If he/her works published in the same date, they should be given as (1982a, 1982b)