The Journal of Cyprus Studies (JCS) is a publication of EMU-CCS (Centre for Cyprus Studies) which was launched in 1995. It is a multi-disciplinary, refereed, and bilingual journal (both in English and Turkish) published biannually.  Journal of Cyprus Studies/ Kıbrıs Araştırmaları Dergisi is dedicated to the scholarly study of all aspects of Cyprus issues at a global level. It plays an active role in the development of an authoritative archive and bibliography of sources and the provision of a scholarly, academic forum for the analysis, exchange, and critique of ideas on social, cultural, historical, environmental, political, and legal matters relevant to the past, present or future of Cyprus.

Papers submitted for consideration are expected to focus on the subject matter specifically related to the island of Cyprus. The topics could be in (but are not restricted to) the following areas of interest: art, history, literature, linguistics, music, theatre, architecture, archaeology, cultural studies, communication, education, psychology, sociology, geography, folklore, gender studies, politics, international relations, law, business, management, finance, economics, tourism, medicine, environment, engineering as well as book reviews on recent publications, historical sources, abstracts of recent theses on Cyprus and news and reports on important current scientific events.

The Journal Publishes in both print and online versions.

JCS is inviting papers for Vol. 23, No. 48, which will be published in 2023.

Please submit your manuscript at  

For more information, visit the official website of the journal:  

*Author(s) will be entitled to one copy of the printed journal against each accepted paper.