Journal of Peasant Studies
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The Journal of Peasant Studies is one of the most outstanding journals in the field of the political economy of agrarian change. With its focus on considering peasants within the broader systems and historical situations in which they exist, it is essential reading for all who want to achieve an understanding of the role of peasants in political, economic and social transformation. It embraces both the theoretical and the empirical, and encompasses a multi-disciplinary area of study, rigorously pursued: catering for economists, historians (including historians of art), anthropologists, political scientists, geographers and sociologists, as well as literary scholars. It has a comprehensive reviews section, and a meticulously compiled Index of the first twenty volumes of the journal's contents was published separately in 1994.
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