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Writing Rules

A -  Abstract of the Paper

-Title: The title in English, should be written in capital letters in 14 font size, and just below it in article's mother language in 12 font size written in bold, the row alignment of titles should be centered, brief and in maximum 3 lines, and should reflect the content of the study, and be suitable in terms of defining and generalizing the study.

-Authors: In the bottom line of the title, the name(s) (in lower case) and surname(s) (in capital letters) of the author(s) should be written in right aligned manner with bold letters of font size 12, and the footnote given with an * after the surname should include the details of the author(s) (title, institution, and e-mail address) first in English then in article's mother language in a font size of 10.

-Abstract text of the paper: Should be written in English, and article's mother language in Times New Roman character in a font size of 12, and the space between the lines should be 1.5.

B - Full Text of the Paper

  1. The language of the paper should be either Turkish, English, French, or German.

  2. The full text of papers should be written as a Microsoft Word document, in A4 form, and leaving a space of 2.5 cm from every side of the page.

  3. In the study, the title should be written at the center of the page in bold capital letters, and just below it, the name and surname (surname in capital letters) of the author should be written in right aligned manner.

  4. The letter character of the paper text should be Times New Roman and font size 12. The font size of any footnote for the tables, illustrations, maps, and descriptions about these and the sources of any information in the text is 10. The study should not contain any colored letters, only black should be used.

  5. There should be no space between paragraphs, these should be written in justified alignment, where the indent at the beginning of the paragraph shall be 1.25 cm, and the paragraph space shall be first 6 nk, and then 6 nk and the line space shall be 1.5.

  6. Sub- and interim titles should be written in bold, with initial letters in capital, and these should be integrated into the text by providing a consistent sub-interim title order and according to a sequence of number/ letter.

  7. Tables, graphics, and maps should be given an individual number according to their categories, with titles to be written in a font size of 11, as in the format of examples (Table 1: Distribution of the Piracy Activities by Years and Nations in the Mediterranean in the 16th Century; Graphic 1: Intensity of Sea Collisions by Years in Mid Mediterranean in the first Half of the 16th Century; Map 1: Pirate Bases in Northern Africa); and the source or description should be given in a font size of 10 just below the table, graphic, or map. Depending on the author’s preference, visual materials might be listed at the end of the paper under the title of "ENCLOSURES" in the same order and format.

  8. Footnotes should be written below the text in automatically consecutive numbers in Times New Roman character of a font size of 10. When the source is referred for the first time in a footnote, the details should be written in full: author’s name and surname, the name of the book (in italic), if any, translator/editor/abbreviator in parentheses, the publishing institution, place of publishing, year of publishing, and page number.

    * Fleet Kate, European and Islamic Trade in the Early Ottoman State, The Merchants of Genoa and Turkey, Cambridge University Press, 1999, p. 74.
    In the second reference to the source in the text; only the author’s surname with initial letter in capital and the rest in lower case, and the italic abbreviation shortly instead of the book’s name, and the page number should be specified.

    * Fleet Kate, European and Islamic Trade, p. 78.
    If another book of the author, other than the referred one, will be referred as a source in the footnote, the full tag of the book shall be given with only the surname. Afterwards, in any reference to the former and latter book for the second time, the author’s surname and a shortened form of the book that will be indicative and to be selected by the author of the paper will be used.

    * Fleet Kate, The Merchants of Genoa and Turkey, p. 78.

  9. The titles of the articles published in journals should again have the Times New Roman character in the font size of 10, and should consist of the author’s name and surname, the title of the article in inverted commas, the name of the journal in italic letters, volume/issue number, place of publishing, year of publishing, and page number.   

    *Biegman N.H., “Ragusan Spying for the Ottoman Empire. Some 16th Century Documents From the State Archive at Dubrovnik”, Belleten, XXVII/106, Ankara 1963, pp. 237-255.
    In later usages:

    * Biegman N.H., “Ragusan Spying”, p. 381.
    Or if more than one article/encyclopedia item/book chapter of same author has been used in the
    paper:

      * Biegman N.H., “Ragusan Spying”, p. 242.

  10. For unpublished Master’s / Doctorate theses; the author’s name and surname, the title of the thesis in italic form, and following this, it should be specified whether it is a master’s or doctorate’s thesis in regular font within parentheses, the name of the university, institute/major, place and year of publishing, and page number should be specified.

    * Gürkan Emrah Safa, Ottoman Corsairs in The Western Mediterranean and Their Palace in The Ottoman-Habsburg Rivalry (1505-1535), (Unpublished Master’s Thesis), Bilkent University Department of History, Ankara 2006, p.47

  11.  Any quotes to be referred within the text should be specified in inverted commas ( “…” ) and in italic form, and the source from which the quote was taken should be referred to in the footnote.

  12.  If a bibliography will be given at the end of the paper, the sources should be listed in alphabetical order according to the surnames, in the form of the following examples.

*Biegman N.H., “Ragusan Spying for the Ottoman Empire. Some 16th Century Documents From the State Archive at Dubrovnik”, Belleten, XXVII/106, Ankara 1963, pp. 237-255.

*Bostan İdris, “Map, Ottoman Period”, DIA, XVI, Ankara 1997, pp.210-215

*Fleet Kate, European and Islamic Trade in the Early Ottoman State, The Merchants of Genoa and Turkey, Cambridge University Press, 1999.

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