HISTORY; PUBLISHING PRINCIPLES

 HISTORY

Journal Of Art History, existing amongst the publications of Faculty of Letters of Ege University, started to be published under the name of Archaeology and Art History Journal in 1982 by the publication board consisting of Prof. Dr. Gönül Öney, Prof. Dr. Mükerrem (Usman) Anabolu, and Prof. Dr. Rahmi Hüseyin Ünal; the journal continued to be published with the same name until the VIth printing in 1992; and has been continuing to be published under the name of the Sanat Tarihi Dergisi / Journal Of Art History after getting ISSN as of the VIIth printing in 1994. The journal, published once in a year until 2003, has started to be published twice a year as peer-reviewed journal as of 2004 (XIIIth printing).

The faculty members / academicians, who carried the Journal of Art History from its start till its current position with their valuable endeavors with such functions as editor / publication board membership, preparation to priting and technical design are Gönül Öney, Mükerrem (Usman) Anabolu, Rahmi Hüseyin Ünal, Bozkurt Ersoy, İnci Kuyulu Ersoy, Bekir Deniz, Zeynep Mercangöz, Lale Bulut, Yekta Demiralp, Şakir Çakmak, Lale Doğer, Ertan Daş, Sedat Bayrakal, Semra Daşçı, Emine Tok, Harun Ürer, Sevinç Gök, Hasan Uçar and Ender Özbay.

 

PURPOSE, SCOPE AND PUBLISHING PRINCIPLES

Journal Of Art History is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal, and is published biannually; in April and October.

Journal Of Art History has the purposes of contributing to the information generation and knowledge accumulation on a scientific level in the field of Art History as well as the related fields such as art, cultural heritage and architecture; providing opportunities to discuss and debate on new findings and various aspects of the related fields; and it intends to be a platform enabling the researchers to present their studies to other researchers and the community.

The scope of the Journal is mainly the field of art history including Turkish & Islamic Arts, Byzantine Arts, Art of Europe and Contemporary Art branches and also fields of art (except for the literary arts, music, stage and performance arts) involving all other geographies and cultures of the world, architecture, cultural heritage. The content of the journal includes the research papers written on the related subjects about the fields in question, excavation reports, examinations, documentations, evaluation and translation as well as the promotion, discussion and critical reviews addressing the scientific papers.

The articles, which must certainly be unique and which are prepared within the framework of the above-mentioned scope and purpose, can be indited in Turkish and English languages. The writers are acknowledged to undertake that the mentioned article is not published or sent to be published anywhere else, the article is clean in terms of ‘plagiarism’ and the visual-graphical materials such as photograph, drawing, picture, and document within the article content do not have any copyright issue.

(The legal and ethical responsibility of the articles, presented to printing and finally published in the journal upon accepting these conditions, belong the writer.)

Journal of Art History does not charge any fee for article submission and publication.

Furthermore, the writers are considered to acknowledge that;

● The Journal of Art History do not carry a commercial quality; and therefore, the writers shall not be made any payment;

● They will be sent one copy of the published/printed edition containing their articles via post;

● Their article in the journal is also published at the “open access model,” where all of the internet users can view and download the document in pdf format through Dergipark, within the body of TÜBİTAK ULAKBİM and/or various national-international indexes;

and, in this respect, are considered to dispose of the copyrights to the Journal of Art History.

(Note: The author retains fundamental legal rights related to the article. In case of the author wishes to use / publish the article in different forms in the following years by re-arranging, processing or developing the whole or part of it, all the ethical responsibilities belong to him. Journal of Art History doesn't set any legal obstacle.)

(Note: Currently, one copy of the printed edition of the journal, which is printed in 50 copies, is sent to the writers and the reviewers, some institutions and university libraries.)