JPS Writeshop 2021

Background

JPS 2021 Writeshop in Critical Agrarian Studies and Scholar-Activism

The Journal of Peasant Studies (JPS), College of Humanities and Development Studies (COHD) of China Agricultural University (Beijing), Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies at the University of the Western Cape (PLAAS), Young African Researchers in Agriculture (YARA), Future Agricultures Consortium (FAC), and the Global South Young Critical Agrarian Studies Scholars (the emerging association of graduates of this annual writeshop) are jointly organising the Second JPS Annual Summer Writeshop-Workshop in Critical Agrarian Studies and Scholar-Activism for PhD students and young researchers (up to 5 years from PhD completion) who are based in, or are originally from, the Global South.

Programme

Download and view the overall programme for the JPS 2021 Writeshop in Critical Agrarian Studies and Scholar-Activism here.

Additional programs for each wave can be viewed below:

Watch presentations on scholar-activism by various academics and activists including Jun Borras, Shapan Adnan, Diana Aguiar, Ricado Jacobs, and Dzifa Torvikey. Click below to watch.

Participants

Afonso Henrique de Menezes Fernandes

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Alejandra Guzmán Luna

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Ali Kaba

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Amod Shah

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Amrita Kurian

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Atakan Büke

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Babur Hussain

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Bhoopendra Kumar Ahirwar

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Bruna Figueiredo Gonçalves

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Camille Munezero

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Camilo Eduardo Espinosa Díaz

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Claudia Isabel Camacho Benavides

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Cynthia Embido Bejeno

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Daniela Pessoa de Goes Calmon

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Daren Leung

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Diana Valencia Duarte

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Diana Isabel Guiza-Gomez

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Diana Jimenez Thomas Rodriguez

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Diana Paola

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Diego Alonso Palacios Llaque

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Alejandra Huamán Tejo

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Diego Cabrol

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Dimas Laksmana

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Ding Ling

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Duygu Avci

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Edmore Mwandiringana

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Fabricio Teló

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Fatema Sarker

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Faustina Obeng

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Francis Guedes

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Guliver Aladin Rojas Navarro

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Hua Guo

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Huiying Ng

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Itayosara Rojas Herrera

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Jackson Wachira

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Joseph Martínez

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José Sobreiro Filho

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Qi Zhou

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Juan Camilo Portela García

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Julián Cortés

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Kennedy Manduna

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Komal Chauhan

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Laila Thomaz Sandroni

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Larissa Da Silva Araujo

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Muhamed Lunyago

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Malvika Gupta

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Mandla Mubecua

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Marcelo Santos Rocha da Silva

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Mary Ann Manahan

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Meenakshi Nair Ambujam

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Melek Mutioglu Özkesen

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Murat Devres

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Nadya Karimasari

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Nathália Tavares

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Rahardhika Utama

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Rocio Juarez

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Rosine Tchatchoua Djomo

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Salma Abouelhossein

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Siyum Adugna Mamo

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Somashree Das

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Song Zheren

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Thai Van Nguyen

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Ursula Andrea Harman Canalle

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Veronica De Leon Gregorio

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Vikas Dubey

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Xiomara-Fernanda Quinones-Ruiz

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Zeynep Ceren Eren Benlisoy

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Facilitators

Daniela Manuschevich

Daniela Manuschevich

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Tania Martinez-Cruz

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Sergio Coronado

Sergio Coronado

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Gertrude Dzifa Torvikey

Gertrude Dzifa Torvikey

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Deniz Pelek

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George Mudimu

George Mudimu

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Dibe Ayoub

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Diana Aguiar

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boaventura monjane

Boaventura Monjane

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Cyriaque Hakizimana

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Feedback

Enquiries

Enquires may be directed to the following persons:

Jun Borras, JPS Editor: junborras5@gmail.com
Ruth Hall, JPS Editorial Collective member: rhall@plaas.org.za
Chunyu Wang, COHD, Beijing: wangchunyu1978@yahoo.com
Cyriaque Hakizimana: PLAAS, South Africa: chakizimana@plaas.org.za

Organisers

The JPS Summer 2020 Writeshop in Critical Agrarian Studies and Scholar-Activism is jointly organised by the Journal of Peasant Studies (JPS), College of Humanities and Development Studies (COHD) of China Agricultural University (Beijing), Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies at the University of the Western Cape (PLAAS), Young African Researchers in Agriculture (YARA), Future Agricultures Consortium (FAC), and the Global South Young Critical Agrarian Studies Scholars.

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