Türkiye Araştırmaları Literatür Dergisi is a biannual (in June and December), refereed academic journal. TALİD embraces an established field in each issue and presents the existing literature on that field. The journal accepts academic articles especially literature review articles, theses and dissertations, and book reviews in humanities and social sciences both in Turkish and English. Abstracts of the articles are given both in Turkish and English at the end of each article. At each issue, the journal focuses on a specific topic of Turkish studies. Each issue of the journal includes also an interview with a leading scholar in the field (according to the topic of the issue). TALID has presented a supplement at the end of each issue until its 33rd issue. These supplements contained the contents of the national and international periodicals that are related to Turkish/Near East/Middle Eastern Studies, published within the past six months.

The major contribution of the journal to the field is that the articles to be published in TALID are required to evaluate the literature (which is determined according to the topic of the issue). The articles also point out the themes that have not yet been studied so far, so that they not only attract attention to the problematic of the field but also suggest new research areas. Furthermore, TALID assigns greater importance to the evaluation of the sources and approaches used in the literature. Therefore, the articles published in TALID present a golden opportunity for the readers to grasp a specific field in humanities and social sciences. Moreover, these reviews and evaluations will certainly prepare the necessary background for the forthcoming studies in the field.

Another important contribution of the TALID is to review Ph.D. dissertations. Especially the theses that were not published are difficult to get and read. By allocating room for these reviews, TALID makes the Ph.D. dissertations to be known by wide reader circles. Finally, the contents of the national and international academic periodicals are given a place in the journal. The benefit of this is twofold: Firstly, the readers become aware of the academic publications in different languages. Secondly, the academics who work in Turkey have an opportunity to follow the academic debates/publications.


Türkiye Araştırmaları Literatür Dergisi (TALID)

ISSN 1303- 9369

e-ISSN 2687-6299



Mr. Salih Pulcu

on Behalf of

The Foundation for Sciences and Arts



Dr. Yunus Uğur, Marmara University, [email protected]

Serhat Aslaner, [email protected]


Field Editors

Muhammed Zahit Atçıl, İstanbul Medeniyet University, [email protected]

Hediyetullah Aydeniz, Marmara University, [email protected]

Özgür Kavak, Marmara University, [email protected]

Özgür Oral, İstanbul University, [email protected]

Ali Adem Yörük, İstanbul University, [email protected]


Editorial Assistants

Uğur Topal, Yildiz Technical University, [email protected]


Editorial Board

Şevket Kamil Akar, İstanbul University

Yusuf Ziya Altıntaş, İstanbul Technical University

Nurullah Ardıç, İstanbul Technical University

Alim Arlı, İstanbul Tecnical University

Serhat Aslaner, Sakarya University

Zahit Atçıl, İstanbul Medeniyet University

Hediyetullah Aydeniz, Marmara University

Ayşe Başaran, Boğaziçi University

Yücel Bulut, İstanbul University

Ebubekir Ceylan, İstanbul Technical University

Coşkun Çakır, İstanbul University

Nicole Kançal- Ferrari, Marmara University

Fatma Samime İnceoğlu, Turkish Republic, Ministery of Culture and Tourism

Özgür Kavak, Marmara University

Abdülhamit Kırmızı, İstanbul Şehir University and Bamberg University

Özgür Oral, İstanbul University

Yunus Uğur, Marmara University

Ali Adem Yörük, İstanbul University


Advisory Board

Gabor Agoston, Georgetown University

Engin Deniz Akarlı, Brown University

Cemil Aydın, Noth Carolina University

Evangelia Balta, National Hellenic Research Foundation

Ali Birinci, Police Academy, Retired

Gökhan Çetinsaya, İstanbul Şehir University

İhsan Fazlıoğlu, İstanbul Medeniyet University

Tevfik Güran, İstanbul University

Nelly Hanna, Cairo American University

Mehmet İpşirli, İstanbul Medipol University

Cemal Kafadar, Harvard University

Mustafa Kara, Uludağ University

Orlin Sabev, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Zan Tao, Peking University

Hüseyin Yılmaz, George Mason University




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