The rise of authoritarian, nationalist forms of populism and the implications for rural settings is perhaps one of the most crucial foci for critical agrarian studies today, with many consequences for political action. Responding to this, the Emancipatory Rural Politics Initiative (ERPI)1was launched in early 2017, and this book is a compilation of 20 articles published in the ‘Authoritarian populism and the rural world’ Forum in TheJournal of Peasant Studies (JPS) as part of the Initiative.
|Title of host publication||Authoritarian populism and the rural world|
|Editors||scoones Ian, borras saturnino, edelman marc, wolford Wendy, hall ruth, white ben, Fernanda lyda|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - May 2021|