Author Guidelines

OKSİDENT is a peer-reviewed journal published twice a year in June and December.

Our journal includes articles on Judaism, Christianity, Muslim-Jewish Relations, Muslim-Christian Relations, Christian-Jewish Relations, religion-society and religion-politics relations in Europe and America.

Articles must be original or unpublished.

Our journal will primarily include articles that try to find answers to a question or provide solutions to a problem. Research articles, book reviews, literature reviews, and translations are also published in our journal.

Manuscripts must be submitted via the dergipark system. Click here for a visual description of how to send an article to a journal in the journal.

Articles (excluding abstracts and bibliography) should not exceed 6000 words (approximately 20 pages).

Articles may be written in Turkish or English.

Bibliography should be included at the end of the articles.

MECRA Citation System should be used in footnotes and bibliography.

Our journal uses the double-sided blind referee process. Referee names are not published in the journal.

Articles submitted to the journal are first passed through plagiarism query. Then, it is examined whether the article deals with a subject covered by the journal. Finally, “Preliminary Review” is completed by evaluating in terms of figures, footnotes and bibliography.

After the preliminary examination, the articles are sent to 2 referees for evaluation.

The article which receives positive reports from both referees is accepted to the journal. If the referees disagree about the publication of the article, the article is sent to the third referee.

The authors whose articles are accepted for publication are required to have an abstract of 150 words and a summary of 750 words in Turkish and English languages.

Authors who submit an article to our journal are deemed to have declared that they comply with the rules of scientific ethics.

Our journal does not charge any fee for application or publication.