New Journal for Graduate Students in Rural Studies

by the editors 11/02/2013

This was added to the ICRPS Linked-In group recently. We repost it here, for those who missed it.

Manuscripts by March 15th, 2013

Agrarian Frontiers: A Rural Studies Review
University of Missouri-Columbia • 100 Gentry Hall • Columbia, Missouri • 65211
Agrarian Frontiers is an interdisciplinary journal intended to provide graduate students researching in the general arena of rural studies a peer-reviewed outlet for their work.
Topics: Papers from all areas of rural studies are encouraged. Topics may include but are not limited to: rural disparities: globally and domestically, inequalities, international development, food security, food injustice, agricultural production, consumption, environmental issues in rural areas
Author Guidelines: Agrarian Frontiers follows ASA style. In general refer to the Rural Sociology Journal’s guidelines when formatting (

1. Title Page:
a. Full article title
b. Acknowledgements and credits
c. Each author’s complete name and affiliation
d. Any pertinent funding information
e. Key words (6-8)
2. Abstract: 250-500 words, please remove any identifying information
3. Blinded Manuscript: Manuscripts should not include any identifying information, this may require self-citations to be removed or re-written
Submission Guidelines: All manuscripts should be received by the editor no later than March 15th, 2012 by 5pm CST. Please send manuscripts and supporting materials, as well as direct all questions to the contact below. Authors will be notified by April 1st of acceptance status and full publication will occur on May 1st.

Anne M. Cafer
University of Missouri-Columbia
Dept. of Rural Sociology
101 Gentry Hall
Columbia, MO 65211