Journal of Balkan and Black Sea Studies
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ISSN 2667-470X | e-ISSN 2667-470X | Yayın Aralığı Yılda 2 Sayı | Başlangıç: 2018 | Yayıncı Mehmet HACISALİHOĞLU | https://dergipark.org.tr/balkar


Journal of Balkan and Black Sea Studies is a peer reviewed journal and all submissions are evaluated through a double-review process. The journal started in 2018 and the first issue was published in December 2018. Two issues per year are published (June and December). The next issue will be published in June 2021. 

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Journal of Balkan and Black Sea Studies

ISSN 2667-470X | e-ISSN 2667-470X | Yayın Aralığı Yılda 2 Sayı | Başlangıç: 2018 | Yayıncı Mehmet HACISALİHOĞLU | https://dergipark.org.tr/balkar
Kapak Resmi


Journal of Balkan and Black Sea Studies is a peer reviewed journal and all submissions are evaluated through a double-review process. The journal started in 2018 and the first issue was published in December 2018. Two issues per year are published (June and December). The next issue will be published in June 2021. 

Indexes and Platforms:

Index Copernicus,

ISI,

DRJI

ASOS, 

EuroPub Publishing Company http://europub.co.uk/ 5ac546a9cbd16.png

Cite Factor, 

H-Soz-Kult, 

H-Net, 

WorldCat, 

ResearchGate,

WZB, academia.edu

Sayı 5 - 27 Ara 2020
  1. Introduction to the Special Issue: Transottoman Infrastructures and Networks across the Black
    Sayfalar 11 - 18
    Lyubomir POZHARLİEV, Florian RIEDLER, Stefan ROHDEWALD
  2. Concessions and Mirages along the Lower Danube: The Town of Silistria in the Plans of Foreign Railway Promoters during the mid-1850s
    Sayfalar 19 - 47
    Boriana ANTONOVA-GOLEVA
  3. (Dis-)Connected. Railway, Steamships and Trade in the Port of Odessa 1865–1888
    Sayfalar 49 - 69
    Boris BELGE
  4. State Goals and Private Interests in the Development of Transport Infrastructure in the Russian Black Sea Region in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century
    Sayfalar 71 - 96
    Lyubomir POZHARLİEV
  5. Integrating the Danube into Modern Networks of Infrastructure: The Ottoman Contribution
    Sayfalar 97 - 120
    Florian RIEDLER
  6. An Ottoman Story Until the End: Reading Fan Noli’s Post-Mediterranean Struggle in America, 1906-1922
    Sayfalar 121 - 144
    Isa BLUMİ
  7. Kemalism, Literature and Politics: Turkish Historical Novel in a Comparative Perspective
    Sayfalar 145 - 170
    Asli DALDAL
  8. Theoretical Approaches to the Black Sea Region: ‘Is the Wider Black Sea Area a Region?’
    Sayfalar 171 - 190
    Nasuh SOFUOĞLU
  9. The Beginnings of Macedonian Academic Research and Institution Building (19th ‒ Early 20th Century). Edited by Biljana Ristovska-Josifovska, Dragi Ǵorgiev, Skopje: Institute of National History, 2018.
    Sayfalar 191 - 193
    Vladimir JANEV
  10. Dimitar Bechev, Rival Power: Russia’s Influence in Southeast Europe. New Haven, CT & London: Yale University Press, 2017.
    Sayfalar 195 - 206
    Jahja MUHASİLOVİC
  11. Tomasz Kamusella, Ethnic Cleansing During the Cold War: The Forgotten 1989 Expulsion of Turks from Communist Bulgaria. London & New York: Routledge, 2019.
    Sayfalar 207 - 212
    Cengiz YOLCU
  12. İbrahim Kamil, Bulgaristan Türkleri ve Göçler. Bulgaristan Komünist Partisi Gizli Belgeleri (1944-1989). 8 volums, Ankara: AKDTYK Atatürk Araştırma Merkezi, 2018.
    Sayfalar 213 - 216
    Mehmet HACISALİHOĞLU
JOURNAL OF BALKAN AND BLACK SEA STUDIES

Journal of Balkan and Black Sea Studies (ISSN 2667-470X) is an interdisciplinary journal focusing on the humanities and social sciences of the Balkan countries and the former Soviet republics. The journal welcomes contributions in the fields of history, economics, politics, international relations, culture, art, geography, literature, theology, ethnography and environmental sciences. The idea behind this initiative is to extend a cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary approach over issues of regional importance. Under this light, the journal aspires to act as an academic forum for scholars in historical as well as contemporary context on a wide range of cross-regional issues and to provide the epistemological framework for a comparative investigation, which would enhance our understanding of the Balkan, and Black Sea societies, polities and communities. Furthermore, manuscripts connecting the region with wider scopes, such as technological applications, will be also considered.

The journal will be published online with two issues per year commencing in 2018 and themed issues are anticipated. Submitted manuscripts should be original and not published or under consideration for publication elsewhere. Their length should not exceed 8.000 words and will be subject to anonymous peer-review by at least two members of the scientific committee. The use of graphics and images in colour is encouraged and not subject to limitations (within reason). However, it is the responsibility of the individual authors to acquire copyright permission if needed. The language for submissions is English and Turkish. Articles, other than in English or Turkish, will be occasionally accepted. Articles must have an abstract of up to 150 words in English.

For more information and paper submission, please, visit our website: http://www.dergipark.gov.tr/balkar

Kontakt

Mehmet Hacısalihoğlu

Yıldız Technical University, IIBF, Davutpasa Campus, Esenler, Istanbul, Turkey

mehmethacisalihoglu@gmail.com