The BIAA has a number of publication series: an annual peer-reviewed journal, Anatolian Studies, a monograph series, a series of electronic monographs and an annual magazine, Heritage Turkey. Please use the links below to find out more.
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Anatolian Studies is the flagship journal of the British Institute at Ankara and is published by Cambridge University Press. It publishes peer-reviewed research articles focused on Turkey and the Black Sea littoral region in the fields of history, archaeology and related social sciences.
The BIAA publishes scholarly monographs relating to the archaeology and history of Turkey, with a particular emphasis on publishing the results of Institute-funded research.
The BIAA’s online publications initiative aims to publish substantial works which the BIAA considers especially well suited to the online format.
Heritage Turkey is an annual, full-colour 'magazine-style' publication which contains reports on research supported by the BIAA. Short articles are written by project directors and scholars.
In 2013 the BIAA entered into an agreement with I.B.Tauris with respect to the production and publication of two book series devoted respectively to Ottoman and contemporary Turkey. These series provide an outlet for the Institute’s substantial body of non-archaeological research.
A list of publications and research output in the fields of Contemporary History, Social & Political Sciences supported by the BIAA. The list includes monographs and edited volumes that are the outcome of research funded or supported by the BIAA in various ways (fellowships, small or large research grants, conference-workshop support, works of appointed academic staff, etc.). The list follows a chronological order. Please scroll down to navigate through the items.
A list of publications and research output in the fields of Archaeology & History supported by the BIAA. The list includes monographs and edited volumes that are the outcome of research funded or supported by the BIAA in various ways (fellowships, small or large research grants, conference-workshop support, works of appointed academic staff, administrative support etc.).