Thank You from JPS The Journal of Peasant Studies: Critical Perspectives on Rural Politics and Development

In June 2018, Clarivate Analytics released its Journal Citation Report (JCR) for 2017. We are happy to announce that JPS got 3.8 Impact Factor (2-year IF), placing it 2/55 in Planning & Development, and 4/84 in Anthropology. JPS 5-year Impact Factor is 6.4, placing it 1/84 in Anthropology, and 2/54 in Planning & Development. 

In the new index, CiteScore, JPS's current score is a high 5.0, placing it among the very top journals in the field.

As a way to thank everyone who has engaged with JPS – as author, peer reviewer, or reader – we are offering free access to the below content from JPS.

Thank you so much and we look forward to your continued engagement with the journal.

The JPS editorial community

The complete special issue, 'Agrarian Marxism' guest edited by Michael Levien, Michael Watts and Yan Hairong

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  • Agrarian Marxism

    • Volume 45, Issue 5-6 (2018)

    Michael Levien, Michael Watts and Yan Hairong

Two republished essays by Teodor Shanin, and the 1881 letters of Vera Zasulich and Karl Marx

The special issue, Shanin's essays, and the 1881 Zasulich-Marx letters are also JPS's contribution to worldwide commemoration of the 200th birthday (5th of May) of Karl Marx this year.

Forum on: Authoritarian Populism and the Rural World

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We also want to draw the attention of our readers to the exciting issue no. 1 of 2018 where there is a cluster of articles on right wing populism and on 'climate smart agriculture' — the entire issue is free access for a limited time.