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What are the features of Critical Agrarian Studies? And are these still relevant in today's neoliberal, globalized world?

Jun  Borras provides some answers.

In this article published in The Journal of Peasant Studies, Professor Jun Borras argues that Critical Agrarian Studies has three interlocking features. It is politically engaged, pluralist and internationalist.

Despite radical changes in the agrarian world in the face of neoliberal globalization, Borras contends that agrarian studies has become even more relevant within a context in which political engagement, pluralism and internationalism develop new meanings and manifest in new ways.

Read the full article online - 'Politically engaged, pluralist and internationalist: Critical agrarian studies today' The Journal of Peasant Studies, January 2023.

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Professor Jun Borras

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