Journal objectives: coordination and promotion of researches of the Turko-Tatar history at the international level, introduction into the scholarly circulation of new historical sources, reviewing of research monographs on the aforementioned subject, establishment of a platform for academic discussions and development of this branch of knowledge.
Publications of concrete historical, historiographical and source study content relating to all areas of the study of the history of the Golden Horde and Tatar khanates are reflected in the journal’s pages. At the same time, the journal is based on the academic concept considering the history of the Golden Horde and Tatar khanates as united world of the “Golden Horde civilization”.
An independent peer review service of incoming materials operates since the journal’s establishment. In addition to the members of editorial board the journal resorts to the help of well-known experts in the field of humanitarian studies for this purpose.
The subjects of the journal consist of the following rubrics:
Golden Horde predecessors;
Golden Horde civilization and post Golden Horde space;
History of the Tatar Khanates;
History of the Chinggisid States;
The Volga-Ural interfluve, Siberia and the Black Sea steppes during the period of inclusion into the Moscow State in the context of Tatar history (16th–17th centuries);
Tatar polities outside the Golden Horde space;
The source study of Turkic-Tatar history and Tatar (Golden Horde and Crimean Khanate) numismatics;
Historical views on the Medieval Turkic-Tatar history in modern world;
Chronicle of main academic events (conferences, publications).
The journal publishes original, previously unpublished materials in Russian (with a summary in English) and English languages. “Golden Horde Review” also pays much attention to the discussion of new research publications (monographs, academic publications) implemented in the form of reviews.
Core policy of the journal “Golden Horde Review” implies the principle of openness of the journal to authors and readers.
Open Access Statement: “Golden Horde Review” is an open access journal, which means that all its content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, distribute, copy, print, search, or link to the full texts of the papers, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.All the materials of the journal are available under Creative Commons “Attribution” 4.0 license (CC BY 4.0).
Editorial staff of the journal applies the principles, developed by International Committee on Publication Ethics – COPENews
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