Journal of Peasant Studies

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of Peasant Studies is 7. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
This food crisis is different: COVID-19 and the fragility of the neoliberal food security order214
Agroecology and the reconstruction of a post-COVID-19 agriculture147
From biomedical to politico-economic crisis: the food system in times of Covid-1978
Subsistence in the Plantationocene: dooryard gardens, agrobiodiversity, and the subaltern economies of slavery65
From extractivism to global extractivism: the evolution of an organizing concept60
‘Keeping seeds in our hands’: the rise of seed activism59
Climate change and agrarian struggles: an invitation to contribute to aJPSForum56
The political economy of agroecology54
Pastoralists and peasants: perspectives on agrarian change46
What grows from a pandemic? Toward an abolitionist agroecology46
Generic, growing, green?: The changing political economy of the global pesticide complex43
‘Murderous energy’ in Oaxaca, Mexico: wind factories, territorial struggle and social warfare35
Riverhood: political ecologies of socionature commoning and translocal struggles for water justice34
Thresholds of resistance: agroecology, resilience and the agrarian question30
Concentration and crises: exploring the deep roots of vulnerability in the global industrial food system30
Rural land dispossession in China and India28
Dispossession by financialization: the end(s) of rurality in the making of a speculative land market27
What owns the land: the corporate organization of farmland investment24
Crisis politics and US farm labor: health justice and Florida farmworkers amid a pandemic23
Unpacking ‘authoritarian populism’ and rural politics: some comments on ERPI23
The Long New Deal22
The ties that bind? Agroecology and the agrarian question in the twenty-first century21
Sanitizing agri-food tech: COVID-19 and the politics of expectation21
Global extractivisms and transformative alternatives21
Ruptures in the agroecological transitions: institutional change and policy dismantling in Brazil19
Climate justice19
Struggles for land: comparing resistance movements against agro-industrial and mining investment projects19
Food sovereignty, gender and everyday practice: the role of Afro-Colombian women in sustaining localised food systems18
‘Neither war nor peace’: failed ceasefires and dispossession in Myanmar’s ethnic borderlands17
Placing Cambodia’s agrarian transition in an emerging Chinese food regime17
Class, caste and agrarian change: the making of farmers’ protests17
‘We are the oceans, we are the people!’: fisher people’s struggles for blue justice17
Why are the farmers of Punjab protesting?17
Does the Arab region have an agrarian question?17
From resolving land disputes to agrarian justice – dealing with the structural crisis of plantation agriculture in eastern DR Congo16
Peasant protests over land seizures in rural China16
A climate-smart world and the rise of Green Extractivism16
Commons, co-ops, and corporations: assembling Indonesia’s twenty-first century land reform16
Do women like to farm? Evidence of growing burdens of farming on women in rural India16
Heroes of the developing world? Emerging powers in WTO agriculture negotiations and dispute settlement15
Genetically modified crops and seed/food sovereignty in Argentina: scales and states in the contemporary food regime15
Farmers’ protests in India: introduction to the JPS Forum15
COVID-19 and pastoralism: reflections from three continents15
Twenty-five years under the wind turbines in La Venta, Mexico: social difference, land control and agrarian change15
The farm laws struggle 2020–2021: class-caste alliances and bypassed agrarian transition in neoliberal India14
Sugarcoating the bitter pill: compensation, land governance, and opposition to land expropriation in China14
The gender and geography of agricultural commercialisation: what implications for the food security of Ghana’s smallholder farmers?14
‘Actually existing’ right-wing populism in rural Europe: insights from eastern Germany, Spain, the United Kingdom and Ukraine14
Agrarian anarchism and authoritarian populism: towards a more (state-)critical ‘critical agrarian studies’13
A green new deal for agriculture: for, within, or against capitalism?13
Coalitions for land grabbing in wartime: state, paramilitaries and elites in Colombia12
Life on the land: new lives for agrarian questions12
Violent silence: framing out social causes of climate-related crises12
Necroeconomics: dispossession, extraction, and indispensable/expendable laborers in contemporary Myanmar12
Power for the Plantationocene: solar parks as the colonial form of an energy plantation12
Emancipatory agroecologies: social and political principles12
No cash, no food. Gendered reorganization of livelihoods and food security in Cambodia11
Catastrophic and slow violence: thinking about the impacts of the Xe Pian Xe Namnoy dam in southern Laos11
Anticipatory ruination11
Why and how is China reordering the food regime? The Brazil-China soy-meat complex and COFCO’s global strategy in the Southern Cone11
Emerging ‘agrarian climate justice’ struggles in Myanmar11
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and critical agrarian studies11
Mobilizing compliance: how the state compels village households to transfer land to large farm operators in China11
Global labor value chains, commodification, and the socioecological structure of severe exploitation. A case study of the Thai seafood sector11
Oro blanco: assembling extractivism in the lithium triangle11
Women, wellbeing and Wildlife Management Areas in Tanzania10
Productive farmers and vulnerable food securers: contradictions of gender expertise in international food security discourse10
From ‘populist moment’ to authoritarian era: challenges, dangers, possibilities10
Is there a future for indigenous and local knowledge?10
Ethnic residential segregation among seasonal migrant workers: from temporary tents to new rural ghettos in southern Turkey10
Beyond bad weather: climates of uncertainty in rural India9
Neoliberal extractivism: Brazil in the twenty-first century9
Taking Monsanto to court: legal activism around intellectual property in Brazil and India9
The politics of mechanisation in Zimbabwe: tractors, accumulation and agrarian change9
Acceptance or resistance?—Explaining local reactions to land titling in three Chinese villages9
The politics of Myanmar’s agrarian transformation9
Shifting frontiers: the making of Matopiba in Brazil and global redirected land use and control change9
Climate change and class conflict in the Anthropocene: sink or swim together?9
Forest, agriculture, and migration: contemplating the future of forestry and agriculture in the middle-hills of Nepal9
‘Nothing about us, without us’: reflections on the challenges of building Land in Our Hands, a national land network in Myanmar/Burma9
Petty commodity production8
From company town to company village: CSR and the management of rural aspirations in eastern India’s extractive economies8
The ideology of innovation: philanthropy and racial capitalism in global food governance8
The resurgence of agricultural mechanisation in Ethiopia: rhetoric or real commitment?8
Persistent rurality in Mexico and ‘the right to stay home’8
I will follow? Authoritarian populism, past and present8
The drama of the grabbed commons: anti-politics machine and local responses8
Navigating the spaces between human rights and justice: cultivating Indigenous representation in global environmental governance8
The last enclosure: smoke, fire and crisis on the Indonesian forest frontier8
Politically engaged, pluralist and internationalist: critical agrarian studies today8
Climate change as the last trigger in a long-lasting conflict: the production of vulnerability in northern Guinea-Bissau, West Africa8
Reading markets politically: on the transformativity and relevance of peasant markets8
The feminist dimensions of food sovereignty: insights from La Via Campesina’s politics8
Food sovereignty and farmer suicides: bridging political ecologies of health and education7
The imperial maize assemblage: maize dialectics in Malawi and India7
The politics of transnational fishers' movements7
How grassroots cadres broker land taking in urbanizing China7
Migration, environmental change and agrarian transition in upland regions: learning from Ethiopia, Kenya and Nepal7
The environmentalization of the agrarian question and the agrarianization of the climate justice movement7
Bringing the city to the country? Responsibility, privilege and urban agrarianism in Metro Vancouver7
(Un)making the upland: resettlement, rubber and land use planning in Namai village, Laos7
COVID-19, lockdown and peasants in Zimbabwe7
Imagined transitions: agrarian capitalism and climate change adaptation in Colombia7
La Via Campesina – transforming agrarian and knowledge politics, and co-constructing a field: alaudatio7
Covid-19, right-wing populism and agrarian struggles in Brazil: Interview with João Pedro Stédile, national leader of the MST7
Social differentiation of the peasantry (Marxist)7
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