LIBRI: Journal of Book Notices, Reviews and Translations
Aim and Scope
LIBRI: Journal of Book Notices, Reviews and Translations, is a journal which aims to present notices, reviews and criticism of the books and articles of various disciplines (ancient history, archaeology, art history, epigraphy, numismatics, etc.) published related to the antiquity through the perpective of Anatolian historical geography, for the information of readers interested in the subject, scientists, researchers and experts. It is also an interdisciplinary periodical which introduces ancient literary sources into Turkish from their original language (Ancient Greek and Latin).
Release Frequency: Once a Year (interactively)
Release Date: December
Publication Languages: Turkish, English, German, French, Italian, Spanish
LIBRI aims to contribute to the enrichment of academic knowledge from antiquity to present through ancient sources, modern literature and recent scientific studies and articles filtered in editions and criticism via analytical methods. LIBRI adopts introducing the scientific studies accompanied by notices and reviews to the interest of academicians, as a principle.
An open access journal, LIBRI 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 (libridergi.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.
LIBRI: Journal of Book Notices, Reviews and Translations 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 publisher or the author(s).
LIBRI: Journal of Book Notices, Reviews and Translations is a peer-reviewed journal. The authors are responsible for the content of their work.