ISSN: 1309 4173 (Online) 1309 - 4688 (Print)
Recent Issues:The History Studies (HS) is an international, peer-reviewed online history journal. All submitted articles go through a rigorous double-blind review.The HS is published three times a year.The HS has a worldwide circulation. A limited number of each issue is printed and delivered to selected libraries.The HS publishes academic articles, interviews, translations and book reviews.The HS accepts papers in every geographical and historical period of history from the ancient times to present. The editorial board members and referees of the HS have a wide range of expertise.The primary publication language of the HS is Turkish of Turkey. The HS also accepts submissions in other Turkish dialects, in English, French, German, Italian, Russian and Spanish.The official editor and owner of the History Studies is Osman KOSE but the journal is regarded as a joint periodical of all historians. All the contributors, writers, editors and referees of the journal are historians.The HS is a common meeting place of historians regardless of their area or period of concentration.The HS has a guest editor system. The HS aims to release a special issue at least once a year with a selected theme and a guest editor. For guest editorship and special issue ideas please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.orgThe HS is an independent academic journal. It has no affiliation with an institution or an organization.
History Studies Volume 3 Issue 1 - March 2011
In this issue, there will be 15 articles,3 book reviews and an assessment essay. The articles contain the subjects that cover Ancient History, The Seljuk State, The ottoman State and history of early period Republic of Turkey. We hope you will enjoy reading and make best use of the issue. This issue has been published in the guest-editorship of Prof. Dr. Dursun Ali Akbulut
HISTORY STUDIES Ortadoğu Özel Sayısı / Middle East Special Issue – 2010
We are happy to present you the Middle East special issue of History Studies. This special issue was preparered with the co-guest editorship of Professor Dr. William W. Haddad from California State University-Fullerton and Professor Dr. Mustafa Ozturk from Firat University. Twenty two articles, two book reviews and a commentary in this issue cover different aspects of the Middle East history from past to present. We hope you will enjoy reading them.