I am pleased to announce the publication of Agricultural History volume 96, issues 1-2 at its new online content site, read.dukepress.edu/agricultural-history. This is the first issue produced by our new publisher, Duke University Press. A roundtable discussion, “Should Agricultural Historians Care about the New Materialism?” is included, as is Adrienne Monteith Petty’s presidential address from the 2021 meeting of the Agricultural History Society. Twenty reviews of recent books are also included.
Contributors to this issue include Juri Auderset, Andrew C. Baker, Bryant K. Barnes, Margaret Cook, David Danbom, Margaret E. Derry, Carlos S. Dimas, Shane Hamilton, Mark D. Hersey, Marilyn Irvin Holt, Timothy James LeCain, Peter Moser, Adrienne Monteith Petty, Kendra Smith-Howard, John Soluri, Joshua Specht, Frank Uekötter, and Nicole Welk-Joerger.
Browse the table of contents. The issue will be freely available for the next three months.
Agricultural History is the official publication of the Agricultural History Society.
Albert G. Way, Kennesaw State University
Editor, Agricultural History