1. The Journal of Medieval Research publishes Turkish and English abstracts of articles. Therefore, abstracts should be included in the articles, not exceeding 200 words.
2. In order to be able to index articles, 4 - 5 word Keywords should be added in Turkish and English under the abstracts.
3. No fee is requested from the authors who publish our journal.
4. The article should not contain any name or institution information about the author. This issue should be considered as our journal will use the Blind Referee System.
5. The Journal of Medieval Research uses Open Journal Systems Software. For detailed information about Open Journal Systems; see. http://pkp.sfu.ca/ojs/. To upload an article to the journal, you must first register. After making your registration, you can upload your article to the system under the "New Post" title on the system. You can follow the referee and publication stages of the article from your User Panel.
6. The articles submitted to the journal should not be published before or they should not be in the evaluation process of another journal at the same time. Symposium papers can be published in our journal on condition that this issue is notified.
7. The Journal of Medieval Research uses iThenticate plagiarism detection software to prevent scientific unethical uses. In accordance with scientific ethical rules, in case of a similarity with another publication over 25%, the articles will be returned to the author without being sent to the referee. The authors should send their articles together with their plagiarism reports.
8. Authors should prepare their articles in accordance with the following page layout:
- Paper Size: A4 Portrait
- Margins: Top (2.5 cm), Bottom (2.5 cm), Left (2.5), Right (2.5)
- Paragraph Head: 0.5 cm
- Block Quote: 0.5 cm on both sides
- Typefont: Times News Roman
- Line Spacing: Single
- Font Size: 11 Point (Bibliography and Block Citation: 10 Point)
- Paragraph Spacing: Lower and Upper 6 pt
The resources used in the article will be included under the title of “Bibliography”. The works in the bibliography will be shown as 10 points as in the examples below.
Ülgen, Pınar; Orta Çağ Avrupasında Kölelik – Toplum ve Hukuk, Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları, İstanbul, 2013.
Serdar, Murat; “Bilginin Peşinde Bir Din Adamı: Bathlı Adelard”, Münir Atalar Armağanı: Orta Çağ Tarihi Yazıları, (Ed. Pınar Ülgen – Alpaslan Demir – Murat Serdar), Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları, İstanbul, 2016, pp. 277 - 286.
Özer, Gülnur; Orta Çağ Avrupa’sının Çehresini Değiştiren Batıl İnançlar, Unpublished Postgraduate Thesis, Tokat Gaziosmanpaşa Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü, Tokat, 2017.
Showing Footnotes And References
Footnotes will be at the bottom of the page. The sources to be included in the footnote will be as in the examples given below where they first passed.
Footnote number, author name and surname, book title, city in which it was published, date of publication, reference page number.
Pınar Ülgen, Orta Çağ Avrupasında Kölelik – Toplum ve Hukuk, Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları, İstanbul, 2013, p. 35.
Murat Serdar, “Bilginin Peşinde Bir Din Adamı: Bathlı Adelard”, Münir Atalar Armağanı: Orta Çağ Tarihi Yazıları, (Ed. Pınar Ülgen – Alpaslan Demir – Murat Serdar), Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları, İstanbul, 2016, p. 279.
Gülnur Özer, Orta Çağ Avrupa’sının Çehresini Değiştiren Batıl İnançlar, Unpublished Postgraduate Thesis, Tokat Gaziosmanpaşa Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü, Tokat, 2017, p. 67.
Reusing the Same Source:
In the previously cited books, theses and articles: author surname, first few words of the publication, page number:
- Serdar, “Bilginin Peşinde…”, p. 30.
- Özer, Orta Çağ Avrupası'nın …, p. 45.