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  1. Wind energy development in Mexico: an authoritarian populist development project?

    • Gerardo A. Torres Contreras
    17 March 2018
    Paper

    What are the current context and consequences of Mexico's wind energy policy in the rural setting of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec?

  2. Agricultural livelihoods and voting patterns in a rural, southern state

    • Rebecca Shelton
    17 March 2018
    Paper

    How can we support cross-cultural empathy and an improved understanding of the unique and diverse contexts from which support for authoritarian populism is gained?

  3. Stateless but rooted: Resistance, land and landscape in the occupied Syrian Golan Heights

    • Maria Kastrinou, Salman Fakher Al-Deen, Steven B. Emery
    15 March 2018
    Paper

    Could the struggle against Israeli occupation within this rural vantage on the Middle East offer new insights into the emancipatory potential of agrarian and land-based political movements?

  4. Dilemmas of peasant social movements faced with the dichotomy between progressive governments and the rise of the new right in Latin America: the case of Brazil

    • Lia Pinheiro Barbosa
    17 March 2018
    Paper

    What are the dilemmas faced by peasant social movements in the face of the dichotomy between "progressive governments" and the rise to power of the new authoritarian and "populist" rights?

  5. Authoritarian populism, agrarian question and the challenge of formation of worker peasant alliance in India

    • Dinesh Abrol
    11 March 2018
    Paper

    What are the the drivers, consequences and emerging dynamics of the ascent of right wing authoritarian populism in India?

  6. Authoritarian and paternalism in Indonesian peasant cooperative

    • Ciptaningrat Larastiti
    15 March 2018
    Paper

    This paper examines the dilemmas of a former plantation workers’ cooperative attempting to develop an egalitarian and self-managed agrarian community in the face of persistent military influence in Indonesian’s rural areas.

  7. Citizen emancipation through devolved funds in rural Kenya

    • Nicholas Walter Otieno Ajwang
    17 March 2018
    Paper

    How does devolved funding influence citizen emancipation in rural Kenya?

  8. Farmer & non-farmer responsibility to each other: notes on the tensions of US agricultural governance

    • Garrett Graddy-Lovelace
    17 March 2018
    Paper

    "If farmers expect society to help protect them against the crushing effect of surpluses, they must be prepared to protect society by working out permanent arrangements for storing of reserve food supplies. Both farmers and non-farmers have a responsibility to each other, and any dodging of this responsibility by either group is likely to end in disaster.” Former US secretary of agriculture Henry A. Wallace

  9. As good as it gets? The new Sandinismo and the co-option of emancipatory rural politics in Nicaragua

    • Santiago Ripoll
    17 March 2018
    Paper

    What has Ortega's victory meant for progressive environmental and social policies in Nicaragua?

  10. Egalitarian agrarian politics and the authoritarian challenge - the emergence and destruction of Indonesia’s Gafatar movement

    • Abdul Rahman
    11 March 2018
    Paper

    In January - February 2016, 8,058 former members of the Fajar Nusantara Movement (Gafatar) were forcibly removed from several locations in Kalimantan, Indonesia where they had established egalitarian agrarian settler communities.

  11. Championing change in rural Hungary: the role of emancipatory subjectivities in the construction of alternatives to illiberal authoritarian populism

    • Noémi Gonda
    15 March 2018
    Paper

    How is state-supported land grabbing since the early 2010s by Hungarian oligarchs enabling the maintenance of the authoritarian populist regime in Hungary?

  12. Mission impossible? Social movement(s) and prospects for emancipatory rural politics in Zimbabwe

    • George T. Mudimu, Portia Kurima
    15 March 2018
    Paper

    An attempt to uncover some of the key political features of modern Zimbabwe.

  13. Was it rural populism? Returning to the country, “catching up,” and trying to understand the Trump vote

    • Adam Jadhav
    17 March 2018
    Paper

    How does the sense of collective devastation resulting from changes in upper Midwest farming communities contribute to a political “empathy wall”?

  14. People and places left behind: Work, culture and politics in the rural United States

    • Cynthia M. Duncan, Jessica D. Ulrich-Schad
    17 March 2018
    Paper
    How does looking at the rural U.S. from a "three rural americas" perspective helps provide a more nuanced framework for understanding the role of rural residents in current national politics, and especially in the last election?
  15. Bulldozing like a fascist? Authoritarian populism and rural activism in Tanzania

    • Sabatho Nyamsenda
    17 March 2018
    Paper

    Using the concept of authoritarian populism to describe the ongoing reforms in Tanzania.

  16. Populism from above and below: agriculture and the political ambiguities of the Workers’ Party in Brazil

    • Daniela Andrade
    03 July 2018
    Paper

    Brazil has recently undergone a shift from economic growth to recession, as well as from a left-wing, neo-developmentalist politics to one on the far-right, authoritarian and economically ultraliberal. Such an economic and political U-turn touched upon the countryside in contrasting ways. This paper reflects on the politics of the past. It suggests that the road to regression was paved during the tenure of the Worker’s Party (PT), when politics were considered both popular and progressive. And it was under the PT’s rule when the ‘rural world’ mattered the most for politics.

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