SEJUTI DAS GUPTA AND ISHITA MEHROTRA The farmers’ protests in India since November 2020 has resurrected the question ‘who is a farmer?’, and with it, the agrarian political economy exercise of identifying rural classes and examining their nature. In classical agrarian political economy scholarship in India, the capitalist classes or the rural rich are variously…

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Our fourth video in the AQs Shorts series features Teo Ballvé. He speaks about how narco capital accelerates processes of agrarian change in the Colombian countryside, especially through land dispossession and deforestation, and about his concepts of ‘narco-frontiers’ and ‘Magical Marxism’. Teo Ballvé is Assistant Professor in Peace and Conflict Studies and Geography at Colgate…

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The editorial team at Journal of Agrarian Change are delighted to announce that Dr Carla Gras is joining us as an editor. Carla is based at the National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET) and University of San Martin in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Dr. Gras, a rural sociologist, combines her work on the political economy…

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