Journal of Atatürk

About the Journal of Atatürk
Journal of Atatürk is a peer-reviewed, open-access, online-only publication issued by Atatürk University.

The journal is released biannually in both English and Turkish, with issues published in June and December.

Journal History
As of 2000, the journal has changed its title to Journal of Atatürk.
Previous Title (1978-1999)

Institute of Atatürk Principles and History of Turkish Revolution

Current Title (2000-)
Journal of Atatürk
EISSN: 1302-7549

Abstracting and Indexing 
Journal of Atatürk is covered in the following abstracting and indexing databases;

•    DOAJ
•    EBSCO
•    CNKI 

All content published in the journal is permanently archived in Portico.

Aims, Scope, and Audience
The Journal of Atatürk aims to significantly contribute to the academic discourse by publishing manuscripts of the utmost scientific caliber that revolve around Atatürk's principles and reforms. The journal's content encompasses original articles and reviews that adhere to ethical guidelines.

The journal's scope is comprehensive and includes an in-depth exploration of the reforms enacted by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, among other subjects. This investigation extends to the societal, political, military, economic, and cultural factors that facilitated these reforms, all of which are analyzed through historical scientific methods.

The primary audience for this journal comprises researchers specializing in Mustafa Kemal Atatürk's principles and reforms, as well as both amateur and professional individuals engaged in this domain. It also welcomes anyone with an interest in this field.

Publication Services by

İbrahim Kara
General Manager

Ali Şahin
Finance Coordinator

Sinem Fehime İlhan

Journal Managers
Deniz Kaya
Irmak Berberoğlu
Arzu Arı
Publications Coordinators

Alara Ergin
İrem Özmen
Derya Azer
Beril Tekay
Nisanur Atıcı
Şeref Mert Gücün

Web Specialists
Erdem Ercivan
Doğan Oruç

Project Assistant
Batuhan Kara

EISSN 1302-7549