Author Guidelines

MANUSCRIPT STYLES


The articles submitted to The Art-Sanat Journal must be in Microsoft Word and PDF format. The name and surname of the author should be under the title of the article. The author's title, mail address and the date of submission of the article should be written bottom of the first page as a footnote with an asterisk (*).

The articles should have a summary in Turkish and English (150-250 words) and keywords. Each piece of visual material must be in jpeg format with a resolution of at least 300 dpi. Visual/v must be written indicating the visual materials and they must be numbered as (Visual 3/G), etc. There should be explanations under visual materials. Articles have to be written in Times New Roman, 12 pt., 1.5 line spacing and both side Justified. Footnotes have to be written in Times New Roman, 10 pt., 1. line spacing and both side Justified.   Words or phrases that need to emphasized should be written in italic. Quotations less than five lines should be written in quotation marks and quotations longer than five lines should be written within 1 cm from the sides, and in 8 pts. The article text should not exceed 25 pages and maximum 25 images are allowed.


The footnotes should be numbered under the page in the classic method. The name of the author, the name of the work, if any, the name of the editor or translator, the volume, the issue, the publishing place, the date and the page number are stated in order. Publication names should be in italics, article names should be quoted. Thesis names should be in italics, the institution in which the thesis is made, whether it is published or not, the academic grade of the thesis, the place, date, page are stated. If the work is used more than once, the firstly surname of the author, then ibid is written in italics and the lastly page sholud be given.


A classical footnote example for books:


Nurhan Atasoy, İbrahim Paşa Sarayı, İstanbul, 1972, s. 85.


A footnote example for articles:


Semavi Eyice, “Mimar Sinan’ın Osmanlı-Türk Mimarisinin Gelişmesindeki Yeri”, Sanat Tarihi Araştırmaları Dergisi, S. 4, 1990, s.75.


A footnote example for thesis:


M. Baha Tanman, İstanbul Tekkelerinin Mimari ve Süsleme Özellikleri Tipoloji Denemeleri, İstanbul Üniversitesi, Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü, Sanat Tarihi Bilim Dalı, Yayımlanmamış Doktora Tezi, İstanbul, 1990, s. 496.


The sources that are used in footnotes must be given in the end of the article under the title of Bibliography. When using the classical footnote system, in bibliography, the surname of the author should be written first and in capital letters; the name should be written in small letters. Author names should be sorted alphabetically by the surname. The page number of the cited article should be fully specified.


ATASOY, Nurhan, İbrahim Paşa Sarayı, İstanbul,  1972.


EYİCE, Semavi, “Mimar Sinan’ın Osmanlı-Türk Mimarisinin Gelişmesindeki Yeri”, Sanat Tarihi Araştırmaları Dergisi, S. 4, Nisan1989, s. 75-80.


TANMAN, M. Baha, İstanbul Tekkelerinin Mimari ve Süsleme Özellikleri Tipoloji Denemeleri, İstanbul Üniversitesi, Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü, Sanat Tarihi Bilim Dalı, Yayımlanmamış Doktora Tezi, İstanbul, 1990.


When an online  scientific resource is used, the entire address link should be given in the footnote and bibliography, and the date of viewing should be added.