Turkish Historical Review
Editor: Kate Fleet, Director of the Skilliter Centre for Ottoman Studies, Cambridge.
Book Review Editor: Ebru Boyar, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Gábor Ágoston, Georgetown University, Washington D.C., Antonis Anastasopoulos, University of Crete, Institute for Mediterranean Studies/FORTH, Rethymno, Amina Elbendary, The American University, Cairo, Ben Fortna, University of Arizona, Tucson, Svetla Ianeva, New Bulgarian University, Sofia.
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The Turkish Historical Review is devoted to Turkish history in the widest sense, covering the period from the 6th century, with the rise of the Turks in Central Asia, to the 20th century. All contributions to the journal must display a substantial use of primary-source material and also be accessible to historians in general, i.e. those working outside the specific fields of Ottoman and Turkish history. Articles with a comparative scope which cross the traditional boundaries of the area studies paradigm are therefore very welcome. The editors also encourage younger scholars to submit contributions. The journal includes a reviews section, which, in addition to publications in English, French, and other western European languages, will specifically monitor new studies in Turkish and those coming out in the Balkans, Russia and the Middle East. The Turkish Historical Review has a double-blind peer review system.