Call for Papers Journal Historia Agraria de América Latina (HAAL)

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Call for Papers
September 21, 2019
Subject Fields: 
Economic History / Studies, Labor History / Studies, Latin American and Caribbean History / Studies, Rural History / Studies, Social History / Studies

Historia Agraria de América Latina (HAAL) invites articles and book reviews for its first isssue (April 2020)


Deadline: 21 September 2019 

HAAL is an academic, peer-reviewed journal published by Centro de Estudios de Historia Agraria de América Latina (CEHAL), a reseach center established in Santiago, Chile in 2017. HAAL aims to promote and disseminate research and interdisciplinary debate on the history of rural societies of Latin America and the Caribbean. The journal seeks to publish research that analyzes new topics and problems, makes theoretical and methodological contributions, and develops new interpretations. Manuscripts must be original and not in the process of being evaluated at another journal. HAAL also accepts manuscripts from economics, anthropology, political science, geography, sociology and other disciplines that examine issues in rural society from a historical perspective. Article manuscripts and book reviews can be submitted in Spanish, Portuguese, and English. Articles should have a lenght of 8000 words (including notes and references), and must be presented in accordance with the journal style guidelines. Book reviews should have a lenght of 1500 words. For detailed information on submissions, please visit our webpage:

HAAL Editors:

Claudio Robles (Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Chile), María Inés Moraes (Universidad de la República, Uruguay), Roy Hora (CONICET, Argentina), Vanderlei Vazelesk (Universidade Federal de Estado de Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), Anna Cant (London School of Economics and Political Science, Great Britain).


Contact Info: 

Dr. Claudio Robles, Associate Professor, Economic History, Department of Economics, Universidad de Santiago de Chile, USACh.

Dr. Anna Cant, Assistant Professor of Latin American History, London School of Economics and Political Science, LSE.

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