PHASELIS: Journal of Interdisciplinary Mediterranean Studies
Aim and Scope
PHASELIS: Journal of Interdisciplinary Mediterranean Studies is an interdisciplinary periodical established to serve as a platform for debate for the scientists, researchers and experts examining the culture-historical background of the Mediterranean Basin and Geography of Asia Minor from a chronological perspective, focusing upon the ancient city of Phaselis.
PHASELIS intends to present original scientific studies contributing to the development of dialogue amongst scientists from various disciplines, to update and expand the current knowledge and published record available to the scientific world.[/one_half] An open access journal, PHASELIS is an annual periodical interactively published on-line throughout the year. Articles, the assessment research processes of which have ended, are published on the website of the journal (journal.phaselis.org) within the related volume throughout the course of the year (Volume I: January-December 2015). The volume of the current year is completed at the end of December of that year.
PHASELIS: Journal of Interdisciplinary Mediterranean Studies is an open access periodical all of the contents of which are open to users. The users can read, freely download, distribute and print the articles in full text, as well as giving link to the articles with reference, without requiring any permission from the authors.
PHASELIS: Journal of Interdisciplinary Mediterranean Studies is a peer-reviewed journal. The authors are responsible for the content of their work.
Prof. Dr. Murat ARSLAN
Editor in Chief
Prof. Dr. Murat ARSLAN
Assoc. Prof. Nihal TÜNER ÖNEN
Prof. Dr. A. Vedat ÇELGİN
Prof. Dr. François de CALLATAY
Royal Library of Belgium
Prof. Dr. Serra DURUGÖNÜL
Prof. Dr. Burcu ERCİYAS
Middle East Technical University
Res. Assist. Aykan AKÇAY
Res. Assist. Betül GÜREL
PhD. Şenkal KİLECİ
MA. Tolga KARAHAN
Release Frequency: Once a Year (interactively)
Release Date: December
Languages: Turkish, English, German, French, Italian, Spanish
Article Submission and Publication Process
The articles to be submitted to Phaselis must be in a methodology that contains originality, new finds and approaches, or that reviews published articles, and suggests both analytical and remarkable opinions. To be able to publish the submitted articles in Phaselis, it is required that the article must not be published or submitted before to any book/journal. The articles to be submitted to the journal must be prepared in accordance with “spelling rules”.
PHASELIS: Journal of Interdisciplinary Mediterranean Studies is an independent, nonprofit, educational and cultural journal published by academicians. The responsibility of the published articles in Phaselis in terms of science and language belongs to the authors, and both the journal and editors cannot be held responsible. The articles are free to use, and every kind of quotation can be done by giving reference. No fee is required for the submitted articles.
The articles submitted to Phaselis is examined against plagiarism through iThenticate. This journal uses “double-blind review”, and at least two reviewers. In case of having a negative and a positive statement of opinion, the Editing Commission of Journal may decide either a third reviewer, or to return the article to its author. To publish the article at least two positive statement of opinion is required.
Peer Reviewing Process
Each article submitted to the journal is examined by Editor and/or Assistant Editor, whether the article is convenience in the journal’s scope. It is then controlled by iThenticate program for the measurement of similarity values and plagiarism. If the article is unsuitable to the requirements of the journal or cannot pass the iThenticate audit, rejection is decided.
This journal uses “double-blind review”, and at least two reviewers. The reviewer and author identities are concealed from each other. In case of having a negative and a positive statement of opinion, the Editing Commission of Journal may decide either a third reviewer, or to return the article to its author. To publish the article at least two positive statement of opinion is required.