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  1. 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.

  2. From cold war origins to the neoliberal order: Formation, trajectory and social base of Colombia's far-right

    • Kyla Sankey
    17 March 2018
    Paper

    How can Colombia's contemporary right-wing populism be traced back to the historical trajectories of its rural struggles?

  3. Neoliberal developmentalism, authoritarian populism, and extractivism in the countryside: The soma mining disaster in Turkey

    • Fikret Adaman, Murat Arsel, Bengi Akbulut
    15 March 2018
    Paper

    While state-society relations in Turkey have historically been top-down and coups d’etat periodically interrupted the functioning of electoral politics, the recent authoritarian turn under President Erdogan is remarkable. This paper examines two especially salient political economic dynamics at play.

  4. Rural roots of the rise of the Justice and Development Party in Turkey

    • Burak Gürel , Bermal Küçük, Sercan Taş
    15 March 2018
    Paper

    Analysing the rural roots of Erdoğan’s Justice and Development Party's political power in Turkey and providing an alternative to existing explanations, by identifying its material basis.

  5. In the Chasm between Oil and Ag

    • Priya R. Chandrasekaran
    17 March 2018
    Paper

    The stretch from Bakersfield to Arvin, California in Kern County, California reveals a great deal about the role of “Big Ag” and “Big Oil” in the wave of authoritarian populism that brought Trump to political power in 2016.

  6. After land reform in Zimbabwe: What about the youth?

    • Clement Chipenda
    17 March 2018
    Paper

    How has Zimbabwe's fast track land reform programme affected the socioeconomic status of its young people?

  7. Populism v. neoliberalism: Indigeneity, territorial rights, and hegemony in Honduras

    • Fernando Galeana Rodriguez
    17 March 2018
    Paper

    How has the “populist” administration of Zelaya and the “neoliberal” administrations of Lobo and Hernandez dealt with the question of territorial rights in Mosquitia?

  8. Nostalgia and precarious placemaking in southern poultry worlds: Immigration, labour, and community building in rural northern Alabama

    • Brian Walter
    17 March 2018
    Paper

    How do white and Latinx community members in a rural Alabama town manage the tension between national and local, past and present discourses around race, community and belonging?

  9. Contested spaces, political practices, and Hindutva: Spatial upheaval and authoritarian populism in Noida, India

    • Ritanjan Das, Nilotpal Kumar, Praveen Priyadarshi
    15 March 2018
    Paper

    This paper explores if and how the dynamic of authoritarian populism relates to concrete spaces – as already produced through the process of accumulation – from the grounded vantage of Noida, a city adjacent to New Delhi.

  10. 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?

  11. 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?

  12. Agriculture and migration in rural southern Italy in the 2010s: new populisms and a new rural mutualism

    • Giulio Iocco, Martina Lo Cascio, Mimmo Perrotta
    17 March 2018
    Paper

    What features do the emergent forms of authoritarian populism assume in Italy?

  13. The agrarian question in Brazilian Amazonia: Authoritarian populism and neo-clientalism among timber companies and riberinho communities in western Para state, Brazil

    • Paulo Henrique Lima, James Angus Fraser, Mauricio Gonsalves Torres
    17 March 2018
    Paper

    How is authoritarian populism reconfiguring relationships between timber companies and riberhino communities in Brazilian Amazonia?

  14. Solidarities from below in the making of an emancipatory rural politics: insights from food sovereignty struggles in the Basque Country

    • Rita Calvário, Annette Aurélie Desmarais, Joseba Azkarraga
    15 March 2018
    Paper

    Exclusionary and regressive politics are on the rise globally. How do food sovereignty struggles contribute to counter these forces?

  15. 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?

  16. 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.

  17. 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

  18. 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?

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