The Journal of International Crimes and History invites submissions related to historical tragedies and past human rights abuses as well as current legal debates addressing international crimes and the courts and tribunals that have jurisdiction over these crimes.
The peer-reviewed Journal of International Crimes and History is published once a year. The journalís language is English and Turkish.
Previous issues include contributions from prominent academics (including Prof. Michael Bohlander and Prof. Ivan Simonovic) as well as leading practitioners and accomplished students engaged in the field of historical research, human rights and international criminal law.
Manuscripts should range from 3,000 to 13,000 words and be approximately 10-30 single-spaced pages in length including footnotes and bibliography.
The editorial office will make every effort to deal with submissions to the journal as quickly as possible. All papers will be acknowledged on receipt by email.
The deadline for submissions is November 30, 2011.
Dr. Deniz Altinbas
Center for Eurasian Studies (AVİM)
Phone: 0090 312 4385024
Fax: 0090 312 4385026
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