The Legends Journal of European History Studies

ISSN:2718-0190

Publication Policies


Publication Policies

Legends Journal of European History Studies is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes academic articles based on scientific research.

- There will be at least 5 and 10 articles in each issue of the journal, which will be published once a year in September.

- The articles are published in German, French, English, Italian, Russian and Turkish languages.

- Authors who submit an article to The Legends Journal of European History Studies acknowledge the papers' originality. Each author is responsible for the content of the study.

- The article should not have been published before or should not be under evaluation of another journal at the same time.

- Each article is evaluated by at least two referees. An article that fails to receive a favorable report from two referees is not published. If a positive or negative report is received, a third reviewer is appointed to the article.

- Authors are not required to pay a publication fee, and no royalties are paid for the articles sent to the journal.

- The journal follows a blind-review process. The names of the authors can not be included in the article.

- The article should be written according to the spelling rules stated below. Manuscripts that do not comply with the spelling rules will not be evaluated.

 

Writing Rules

Abstracts that should not exceed 200 words should be added to the articles submitted to The Legends Journal of European History Studies.

  • At least 5 keywords should be added under the abstract section.

- Authors should prepare their articles following the following page layout:

 Text: Times-News Roman should be written in font style in A4 size.

- Margins: 2.5 cm margins on the top and bottom edges, 2.5 cm margins on the right and left edges should be left .0.5 cm clearance should be left on both sides of block quotations.

- Headings: All headings should be written in bold and 12 font size with only initial capital letters. The main head should be center-aligned, and the intermediate head should be left-aligned. References and block citation should be written in 10 pt.

Paragraphs: Paragraphs should be 0.5 cm, paragraph spacing should be the bottom and top 6 nk, line spacing should be single.

- Page numbers: It should be written with 10 pt in the middle of the page.

- Author Information: Under the main title, it should be written in 12 pt, right aligned with capital letters. Title, Orcid number, and contact information should be added to the footnote in 10 pt like this mark *.

Principles of Quotation and Referencing

Book, written by a single author

Footnote: Heinrich Fichtenau, The Carolingian Empire the Age of Charlemagne, Trans. Peter Munz, Harper Torchbook, New York 1964, p.16.

Bibliography: FICHTENAU, Heinrich, The Carolingian Empire the Age of Charlemagne, Trans. Peter Munz, Harper Torchbook, New York 1964.

Book, written by two-three authors

Footnote: Kristen Mossler Figg- John Block Friedman, Arts and Humanities Through The Eras: Medieval Europe (814–1450), Ed. Danielle Behr, Pamela A. Dear, Rachel J. Kain vd., Thomson Gale, America 2005, p.14.

Bibliography: FIGG, Kristen Mossler - John Block Friedman, Arts and Humanities Through The Eras: Medieval Europe (814–1450), Ed. Danielle Behr, Pamela A. Dear, Rachel J. Kain vd., Thomson Gale, America 2005.

Articles from Journal

Footnote: Jennifer P. Kingsley," To Touch the Image: Embodying Christ in the Bernward Gospel"”, Peregrinations: Journal of Medieval Art and Architecture, Vol.3, Issue.1, 2010, p.138.

Bibliography: KINGSLEY, Jennifer P.," To Touch the Image: Embodying Christ in the Bernward Gospel"”, Peregrinations: Journal of Medieval Art and Architecture, Vol.3, Issue.1, 2010, pp: 138-173.

Encyclopedia

Footnote: G.Cyprian Alston,"“Clun"”, The Catholic Encyclopedia, Vol. IV, The Encyclopedia Press, New York 1913, p.73.

Bibliography: ALSTON, G.Cyprian,"“Clun"”, The Catholic Encyclopedia, Vol. IV, The Encyclopedia Press, New York 1913, pp:73-74.

 

Same source that is used for second time;Author'ss Name Surname, Title of the work / article, page no.

Sample;

Book: Heinrich Fichtenau, The Carolingian Empire the Age of Charlemagne, p.16.

Article: Jennifer P. Kingsley," To Touch the Image: Embodying Christ in the Bernward Gospel"”, p.138.

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