Journal of Peasant Studies free access

Journal of Peasant Studies 40th Anniversary special issues (2014)

The first volume of JPS appeared in 1973-74. To mark the 40th anniversary of JPS in 2013-14, it published two special issues on ‘global agrarian transformations’. The first volume has been published online on 22 Sept 2014; and for this important occasion, we are happy to provide free access to this collection through a special URL:

http://www.tandfonline.com/r/fjps-41-5

Users simply need to go through this URL to access JPS 41(5) for free!

GLOBAL AGRARIAN TRANSFORMATIONS – Volume 1: new directions in political economy, volume 41, issue no. 5

Guest Editors: Madeleine Fairbairn, Jonathan Fox, Ryan Isakson, Michael Levien, Nancy Peluso, Shahra Razavi, Ian Scoones & Kalyanakrishnan (“Shivi”) Sivaramakrishnan

Table of Contents

Introduction: New directions in agrarian political economy, Madeleine Fairbairn, Jonathan Fox, Ryan Isakson, Michael Levien, Nancy Peluso,  Shahra Razavi, Ian Scoones & Kalyanakrishnan (“Shivi”) Sivaramakrishnan * Cause and response: vulnerability and climate in the Anthropocene, Jesse Ribot * The problem of property in industrial fisheries, Liam Campling & Elizabeth Havice * The role of rural indebtedness in the evolution of capitalism, Julien-François Gerber * Financialization and the Transformation of Agro-food Supply Chains, S. Ryan Isakson * ‘Like gold with yield’: evolving intersections between farmland and finance, Madeleine Fairbairn * Financialization, Distance and Global Food Politics, Jennifer Clapp * Moral economy in a global era: the politics of provisions during the 2011 food price spike, Naomi Hossain & Devangana Kalita * Adverse Incorporation and Mobile Strategies: Jobless De-Agrarianization and the Arts of Survival in South African Rural-Urban Networks, Andries du Toit & David Neves * Rural-urban migration in Vietnam and China: gendered householding, production of space and the state, Minh Nguyen & Catherine Locke *  Forests lost and found in tropical Latin America: the woodland ‘green revolution’, Susanna Hecht

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