- Ankara Review of European Studies is a refereed journal, published two times a year in June and December in the field of social sciences. The Review is interested in the works in the field of European Union or European studies.
- Articles, case comments and book reviews etc. may be submitted to the Ankara Review of European Studies.
- The works can be in Turkish or English.
- The works to be sent to the Review should be original which introduces a new dimension to the topic it treats and should not have been sent to or be published in any other publication unit.
- Book reviews etc. should be in principle 1500-2000 words (footnotes included).
- Case comments etc. should be in principle 3000-5000 words (footnotes included). A bibliography should be added to the end of the work.
- Articles should be in principle 6.000-10.000 words (footnotes included). A bibliography should be added to the end of the work. The Article should include Turkish and English abstract and keywords. The abstract should be 125 words at max and the key words should be 5 at max. [As regards the Articles written in a language other than Turkish, where appropriate, the editors and assistant editors may add the abstract and keywords in Turkish.]
- The works should be written in Microsoft Word, in Times New Roman. The row spacing should be 1,5. The type size should be 12 for the text and 10 for the footnotes.
- The heading system to be used in the works should be as follows: First Heading will be like “I-II-III-…”, Second Heading will be like “A-B-C-…”, Third Heading will be like “1-2-3…”, Fourth Heading will be like “a-b-c-…”, Fifth Heading will be like “i-ii-iii-…” and Sixth Heading will be like “aa-bb-cc-…”.
- The footnotes in the works should be in line with Chicago style (Notes and Bibliography).
For the Chicago style, see: http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/home.html
For the “Footnote Writing Principles” prepared in line with Chicago style (Notes and Bibliography), see http://aacd.ankara.edu.tr/en/footnote-writing-principles/