The Journal of Cyprus Studies will start a new period with the twin editors Netice Yıldız and Luca Zavagno with December 2010 issue. The Journal of Cyprus Studies welcomes papers, book reviews or news and reports ralated to Cyprus topics for the forthcoming issues to be published in 2009 and 2010.
The Journal of Cyprus Studies is a publication of EMU-CCS (Centre for Cyprus Studies). It is published biannually and is a multi-disciplinary, refereed and bilingual journal (both in English and Turkish) dedicated to the scholarly study of all aspects of Cyprus issues at global level. Papers submitted for consideration must focus on subject matter specific to the island of Cyprus and may include (but are not restricted to) the following areas of interest: archaeology, anthropology, architecture, history, art, history of art, linguistics, literature, music, law, economics, sociology., folklore, gender studies, philology, psychology, political science, international relations, environmental issues, as well as reviews on recent publications, movies and historical sources, abstracts of recent theses on Cyprus and news and reports on important scientific events. Because of its peculiar interdisciplinary aspects JCS does not accept technical or highly specialized engineering material.
Manuscripts may be submitted as an email attachment (in Word) to either of the editors. Your submission should include full mailing address, an email address (if available), and daytime telephone and fax numbers (if available). For detailed submission guidelines, see our website: http://jcs.emu.edu.tr/or write to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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