Thanks to the JPS community a new impact factor for 2022, and free access articles!

Thanks to the JPS community a new impact factor for 2022, and free access articles! Promo Image

The Clarivate Journal Citation Reports (JCR) 2022 – that is, covering articles released in 2019 and 2020 cited in 2021 – was released on 28 June 2022.

Journal of Peasant Studies (JPS) has received an Impact Factor of 5.33. Our 5-year Impact Factor is 6.6. We rank 1/93 in Anthropology, and 5/43 in Development Studies.

In addition, in early June 2022, CiteScore 2022 was released and JPS has received the score of 10.1. We rank 1/1127 in Cultural Studies, and 2/443 in Anthropology.

We would like to thank JPS authors, reviewers and readers for keeping the Journal in an important position in our field in this particular metric. Thank you!

On this occasion, we are releasing a set of recent articles free access until 31 August 2022. Enjoy reading!

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We also partnered with several international research networks and have launched a new website: Agrarian Conversations – a hub for conversations on agrarian issues among scholars and activists.

Selected recent JPS articles, free access:

‘Murderous energy’ in Oaxaca, Mexico: wind factories, territorial struggle and social warfare, Alexander DunlapMartín Correa Arce

A climate-smart world and the rise of Green Extractivism, Natacha Bruna

The rise of Arab Gulf agro-capital: continuity and change in the corporate food regime, Christian Henderson (OA)

Unanticipated transformations of infrapolitics, Andrew Nova Le

Excavating agrarian transformation under ‘secure’ crop booms: insights from the China-Myanmar borderland, Xiaobo Hua, Yasuyuki Kono & Le Zhang

Household diversification and market dependence: understanding vulnerability in rural West Africa, Matthew D. Turner & Augustine Ayantunde

Is there a future for indigenous and local knowledge?, Erik Gómez-Baggethun (OA)

Why and how is China reordering the food regime? The Brazil-China soy-meat complex and COFCO’s global strategy in the Southern Cone, Valdemar João Wesz JuniorFabiano Escher & Tomaz Mefano Fares

The politics of transnational fishers' movements, Elyse N. Mills (OA)

Reading markets politically: on the transformativity and relevance of peasant markets, Jan Douwe van der PloegJingzhong Ye & Sergio Schneider

Neoliberal extractivism: Brazil in the twenty-first century, Daniela Andrade (OA)

Necroeconomics: dispossession, extraction, and indispensable/expendable laborers in contemporary Myanmar, Elliott Prasse-Freeman

Re-making Pascua Lama: corporate financialisation and the production of extractive space, Julie Ann de los Reyes

From resolving land disputes to agrarian justice – dealing with the structural crisis of plantation agriculture in eastern DR Congo, Mathijs van LeeuwenGillian MathysLotje de Vries & Gemma van der Haar (OA)

Navigating the spaces between human rights and justice: cultivating Indigenous representation in global environmental governance, Kimberly R. Marion SuiseeyaLaura Zanotti & Kate Haapala

Development, governmentality and the sedentary state: the productive safety net programme in Ethiopia’s Somali pastoral periphery, Getu Demeke Alene, Jessica Duncan & Han van Dijk (OA)

‘If there's no evidence, there's no victim’: undone science and political organisation in marginalising women as victims of DBCP in Nicaragua, Grettel Navas

Harvesting consent: South Asian tea plantation workers’ experience of Fairtrade certification, Karin Astrid Siegmann (OA)

Seed sovereignty as decommodification: a perspective from subsistence peasant communities in Southern Mexico, Carol Hernández Rodríguez

Deception and default in a global marketplace: the political economy of livestock export trade in Ethiopia, Waktole Tiki & Peter D. Little

‘Waiting for the call to prayer’: exploitation, accumulation and social reproduction in rural Java, Jonathan Pattenden & Mia Wastuti (OA)

(Un)making the upland: resettlement, rubber and land use planning in Namai village, Laos, Jonas KrampDiana Suhardiman & Oulavanh Keovilignavong (OA)

The farm laws struggle 2020–2021: class-caste alliances and bypassed agrarian transition in neoliberal India, Jens Lerche

The political ecology of shaded coffee plantations: conservation narratives and the everyday-lived-experience of farmworkers, Esteli Jimenez-Soto