The Journal of Atatürk Research Center, the academic peer-reviewed periodical publication of Atatürk Research Center, started to be published first in 1984. Originally published three times a year (March-July-November), the Journal is published twice a year, in the spring (May) and fall (November) as of 2015.
The Journal of Atatürk Research Center, which is indexed by SOBIAD (Social Sciences Citation Index) and EBSCO Historical Abstracts, was included in the database by the TÜBİTAK ULAKBİM Social and Human Sciences Database Committee and started to be indexed in TrDizin starting from its 93rd issue in 2016. All the issues of the journal, which are published in the printed form, can be accessed free of charge on the website (atamdergi.gov.tr) and DergiPark (https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/aamd).
Purpose and Scope
The Journal of Atatürk Research Center aims to lay the groundwork for academic studies carried out on the subjects within the scope of Turkish and world history from the second half of the 19th century and to convey these studies to the interested parties.
The Journal of Atatürk Research Center, which publishes studies in the field of social and human sciences, is a recent history journal that focuses on the political and social developments in the Ottoman Empire in the 19th and 20th centuries besides the subjects about Atatürk and the history of the Republic of Türkiye. Filling a substantial gap in its field, the peer-reviewed journal presents new and remarkable views on the subjects it covers and includes original scientific studies.