We are happy to inform you that NIT is taking over the editorial responsibilities of the journal Anatolica in 2024. Researchers can submit their manuscripts to be reviewed for the 2024 issue now.
The journal Anatolica has been publishing original research on the archaeology, history and cultures of ancient Anatolia since 1967. Over that long time span, it was published under the auspices of the Netherlands Institute for the Near East (NINO) in Leiden and its subsidiary Netherlands Historical Archaeological Institute in Istanbul, now called the Netherlands Institute in Turkey (NIT). Dr. Jacob Roodenberg was on the editorial board from 1977/78 onwards and editor-in-chief between 1994 and 2022, supported by an editorial board and with editorial assistance from 2005 onwards from Mrs. Carolien van Zoest.
In 2024, volume 50 will appear. From that issue onwards, a new editorial team will be responsible for publishing Anatolica. The team will consist of Dr. Fokke Gerritsen as editor and Dr. Aysel Arslan and Dr. Gülşah Günata as assistant editors. In this new constellation, NIT will become the institutional home of the journal, in close collaboration with NINO. Peeters in Leuven will continue to be the publisher of the journal. Researchers can submit their manuscripts to be reviewed for the 2024 issue now. Please go here for further information about the scope and style guide of Anatolica.