Guidelines for Authors
Review of Agrarian Studies invites articles on agrarian studies – on the forces and relations of production in agriculture and in rural areas, and on different aspects of social formations in the countryside. The Review carries theoretical and empirical articles on social, economic, historical, political, and scientific and technological aspects of agriculture and rural societies.
Articles submitted for publication in Review of Agrarian Studies should neither previously have been published nor currently be under consideration for publication elsewhere. The Review is peer-reviewed; articles will be reviewed by the editorial board and, where they are to be considered for publication, by an external reviewer or reviewers. The Review recognises authors as copyright holders in principle; all authors are requested to read the specific copyright terms of the Review of Agrarian Studies.
Manuscripts should be submitted either directly via the Review's web-site (strongly recommended) or as an e-mail attachment in any open-source word processing and spreadsheet or MS Word and Excel formats. The Review also invites submissions in other media -- photographic, audio, and video material, for instance – in its fields of interest. To view a list of accepted rich media formats, see below. Manuscripts and other material not uploaded directly should be e-mailed to email@example.com.
Articles will be edited and formatted in the journal's house style.
The Review publishes online first and aggregates online content into a print edition every six months. Rich media content (photographic, audio and video material, hyperlinks and interactivity) will be made available only online.
Multimedia and Supplemental Files
Video, photo, and other files may be submitted independently or to enhance article content. Video and animation files should be supplied in .avi, .wmv, .mov .mp4 or .H264 formats.Review of Agrarian Studies supports interactive content. Audio files may be submitted in .aiff, .wav, .mp3 or .mp4 formats. Please note that Review can compress or resize files for optimal performance. If files exceed the size that can be supported by the internet bandwidth available to you, they may be sent on a CD or DVD by post or courier (please add the details of the package to the submission form).
Review of Agrarian Studies authors grant the journal permission to publish, but retain copyright of their manuscripts. Review of Agrarian Studies applies a Creative Commons licensing structure known as an Attribution-NonCommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported license.
Under the terms of this framework, anyone is free to share, that is, to copy, distribute and transmit the work under the following conditions:
With the understanding that:
For more information on this copyright agreement, you may refer to http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/ and the relevant links therefrom.